In Loving Memory of

Latalia Nicole “Nikki” Robinson


On December 29,2013, our beloved Nikki left this life. She was a loving mother to her three children who called her, ‘supermom’.  She was born in Montego Bay and moved to the United States at a very young age. She attended Boyd Anderson High School in Fort Lauderdale and then the University of Florida. She was employed as a teacher at West Port High School in Marion County. We thank God for the time that we had Nikki. We are truly blessed to have had her in our family.

She will be forever missed by her mother Jacqueline Brissett, father Lincoln Robinson, Sister Jenelle  Ashley, Brother-in-law Douglas Ashley. Brothers: Lincoln Robinson II, Christopher & Kyle McCreath, children: Aaron, Leah & Rachel. Aunt Karlene, Uncle Tony, Grandmother Gladys Hines.

We will love you forever Nikki. Rest in perfect peace.

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  1. Harry Hicks at · Reply

    Mrs Robinson was a great teacher at west port high school. she all ways had a smile on her face and also she loves being with us during 3rd period. It would never be the same without her. We as the class of 2016 and the rest of the students at west port is going to miss her truly may she rest in eternal peace.

  2. Charlton Samuels at · Reply

    Latalia was one of my best friends while we were going to cornaldi avenue primary school jamaica class of 92 . She was a very quite person always smiling .on behalf of the C.A.P.S class of 92 would like to express my deepest condolences to her family at this time has they mourn the lost of latalia my her soul rest in peace.

    Charlton samuels

  3. Bobby Johnson at · Reply

    Latalia worked at Micanopy Middle School for a brief period in 2012. During this time I found her to be an extremely intelligent, caring, insightful and gregarious employee. She was the consummate professional. She had way to light up the room when she entered it. A pure joy to work with, a pleasure to know and an honor to have had her grace my life. If it is true that its not the years in your life but the life in your years then surely hers was bountiful beyond measure. So I will selfishly weep for having lost a friend and a peer whose physical beauty was only surpassed by her intellectual acuity. RIP

    Bobby Johnson

  4. Hunter McBride at · Reply

    Mrs. Robinson or “Lata;ia” as her 5th period called her was a great biology teacher. She taught me a lot in the short time she taught me. I am going to miss walking into her classroom and seeing her. She will always have a special place in my heart. RIP Mrs. Robinson I am going to miss you. Hunter McBride – 5th period Biology

  5. Jean Kiner at · Reply

    I only knew Latalia briefly, but she was a beautiful personable young lady who made a lasting impression on me. She shall surely be missed. May God rest her soul.
    Jean Kiner

  6. Janet Smith at · Reply

    Those we love don’t go away,
    They walk beside us every day,
    Unseen, unheard, but always near,
    Still loved, still missed and very dear.
    I will miss you everyday my sweet friend!

  7. Maher at · Reply

    I am sorry for your loss. There are no words that can take your pain away. You all will be in my prayers.

  8. Kerryn O'Neal at · Reply

    I truly will miss you Mrs.Robinson…Who would’ve known that we’d be so close.Everything feels different already.
    When you came to Sweetwater Branch Academy my 8th Grade year in 2012 I was honored to have you as a teacher.You were more than just a “science teacher” ,you were a Bestfriend and a role model..You were just so loving,caring and sweet.But no matter what you ALWAYS encouraged me to do better.It’s very rare to find someone like you but I am very happy that I got a chance to meet you and know you.I will miss those random Text messages from you til the little “Girl talks”.But memories last a lifetime …& To the family,I know this won’t be easy but God has his hands on you.
    Stay strong and I will continue to keep you all in my prayers.
    – Kerryn O’Neal

  9. Alene Williams at · Reply

    I met Mrs. Robinson in 2012 while she was a substitute at Micanopy Middle School. She was a very nice and loving person who cared about the students. She always carried a smile and was highly respected by the students and staff. We will miss her. My thoughts and prayers are with her children and family.

  10. Gina Page at · Reply

    I have been Nikki’s neighbor since she built her home in Rainbow Lakes Estates. What a wonderful person and Mother! I pray for her beautiful children. May God Bless them and Nikki’s family at this most tragic and difficult time.
    Sincerely, Gina and Hans

  11. Leilani Jackson's Family at · Reply

    RIP Ms. Robinson. We are forever warmed by our memories of you.

  12. Aaron Robinson at · Reply

    Latalia robinson was my mother this is aaron her oldest son i am currently 13 she was the that gave me my knowledge and i will always remember the time she spent helping me with my work and in return i helped grade her papers and got guestion that none of her class could get i will remember

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