Amber Robinson, age 21 of Seabrook, passed away February 15, 2018. The Addison family and staff of Magnolia Funeral Home extend condolences to her family.
In Loving Memory
Amber Garcia Robinson was born June 7, 1996 in Corpus Christi Texas to Gillian Ann Harrison and Todd E Robinson. On Thursday, February 15, 2018, she departed this life. She is survived by her Mother Gillian Ann Harrison and husband Tom Harrison, father Todd E. Robinson and wife Maggie Robinson, brother Hunter Aric Robinson, half-sister Arabella Harrison, step-sister Beth Harrison Stevens and husband Michael Stevens, step-sister Sarah Harrison, niece Reece Harrison, step-brother Marshall Harrison, step-brother Joshua Harrison, step-sister Harley Robinson. Grandfather Cresencio A. Garcia, grandmother Elena Garcia, grandfather Danny Robinson, grandmother Cynthia Robinson, grandmother Betsy Harrison, uncle Cresencio Garcia III, Aunt Elsa G. Davila, uncle Lionel Garcia and uncle Shane Robinson.
Amber graduated from Gregory Portland High School in Portland, Texas in 2015. She participated in softball, volleyball and weight lifting, lettering in power lifting.
Amber had a radiant, light-up-a-room kind of smile and an infectious laugh that filled those around her with joy. She projected happiness and wrapped you up in it. Amber's smile fostered immediate connections with children; they were drawn to her. Adults were similarly affected by her vivacious personality.
At the age of 15, still a high-school student, Amber started her first job. She worked hard, evening and weekends, and continued to do so throughout high-school and afterward. Armed with her smile, she made selling an art. After high-school, she worked in many sales positions, often quickly becoming the top salesperson in a company.
Amber lived fully outside of work as well. She embodied the phrase: "work hard, play hard." Fun-loving and boisterous, she knew how to enjoy the company of her many close friends. She was loyal and fierce on their behalf, and they on hers.
She was strong-willed and competitive, never backing down from a challenge. She had a fighting spirit, but a playful heart. Her smile seemed care-free when she wrestled with family in the living room, mischievous as she talked smack during card games. When bested, she would always stand up, smile confidently and say, "I'll get you next time." One could not help but admire her strength and determination.
Loving and protecting her family came naturally to Amber. She never hesitated to stand up for her mother, Gillian, and her brother, Hunter. Amber loved and was loved by all her family beyond measure. She will be missed so very much.
Special Instructions/Comments: If you wish to donate flowers, please have them delivered to Magnolia Funeral Home by 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, February 20, 2018. A donation in lieu of flowers can be made to Moms Demand Action.