Anita Allison Robinson, 42, of Bryan, passed away on Wednesday, May 5, 2021. A celebration of life will begin at 5 pm, on Wednesday, May 19th, at Hillier of BRYAN.
Allison, a miracle child, was born on January 29, 1979, in Bellingham, Washington, to her parents, John Utterback and Mary Walker. Allison was a true miracle. The doctors said she would not live a day, she did. Then they said she would not live a week, she did. The doctors said she would never walk or talk, she did. She accomplished so much more than any doctor said she ever would. Her family was so proud of her, and wanted her to live the best life she could, she did. She brought a lot of happiness to everyone she knew. She will be forever missed in her family and loved one's hearts.
Allison was always close to her mom, and helped with her younger brothers. Always dragging them in for dinner even if they did not want to come. Growing up, she would always tell her mom she was going to get married one day, and she did just that! She fell in love and married, Timmy Robinson. It was the greatest day of her life! Timmy was a very special person in her life.
Allison had a very loving way about her. She had a big smile with big hugs. Allison loved swimming, fishing, and the Special Olympics. She participated in the Special Olympics since she graduated from Bryan High School. Her favorite special Olympic sports were bocce, bowling, and track. She loved shopping for clothes, especially when Allison and her mom would have a girl's day out shopping! They would get together every Friday for a day out together, which included shopping, lunch, and running errands!
Family was especially important to Allison. She loved family gatherings with her aunts, uncles, cousins, and grandparents! She loved to spoil her nephew, Carter, with all kinds of toys, books, and would always want to be with him so she could watch him grow.
Allison lived a simple life, and taught those around her to live a simple life too. She was full of fun and love! A special woman, Allison will be missed immensely by her friends, loved ones, and family.
Allison will be reunited with her Dad, John M. Utterback; grandmother, Anita Utterback; grandfather, John M. Utterback; uncle, Bobby L. Hulsey; grandfather, Bobby Hulsey; grandfather Hershel O. Walker Jr. and grandmother Betty Walker.
Allison will be remembered by her husband, Timmy A. Robinson; mom, Mary H. Walker; step-dad, Hershel O. Walker III; brothers, Jesse K. Walker and Shawn M. Walker; sister-in-law, Brooke Walker; and nephew, Carter Walker.
Allison's family would like to say a special thank you to the Special Olympics and Aggie Bombers, who both helped keep Allison active, socializing with friends, and being an extension of family.
In lieu of flowers, we would like for you to make a donation in her memory to Aggieland Animal Shelter or to Special Olymipics . Both are places that played a role in her life.