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Nicole "Nickie" A. Robinson


January 15, 1970 ~ November 6, 2023

Born in: San Antonio, Texas
Resided in: San Antonio, Texas

Nicole “Nickie” A. Robinson was born 15 January 1970 in San Antonio, Tx to Milton and Anita Robinson at Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center. She confessed Jesus Christ as her Savior at an early age.

Nickie suffered from heart defects from birth to her transition to her heavenly home on November 6, 2023. However, nothing stopped her from enjoying her childhood as if there was never a complication. At age 5, she was a cheerleader (top of pyramid) for the Lackland Eagles football team. She was also their Homecoming queen.

Nickie’s most active years were spent in California when her military family transferred to Travis AB. There, she participated in parades with her school, gymnastics, the base youth swim team, (the only black member and multi-medalist) Girl Scouts, and she pitched a no-hitter with her fast pitch softball team, dad coaching.

On returning from that tour back to San Antonio, Nickie was a junior at a new school, Taft High School. Always tumbling, she won “Best in Show” for her interpretation of Janet Jackson’s, “Control” video at the school’s first talent show. Nickie somersaulted from the left side of the stage to the right side, landing squarely on her feet ending her routine and bringing the house down.

After graduation, Nickie gave birth to Courtney, followed by Jerrod and Tyler. She faced the hardships and challenges of being a single parent, but with her faith in God plus love and support from a close family, she endured.

Nickie was heavily involved with her son’s school and extracurricular activities. She was dance instructor for the cheerleaders of her son’s football team. For her efforts, she was awarded “Most Popular Team Mom” 3 consecutive years. Everybody loved her. Nicole was widely recognized as a “programming guru” in the local tech community. While it was never difficult to gain employment, her worsening health issues and subsequent hospitalizations prevented her from attaining long term employment and company benefits. COVID further weakened her immune system, and for her last 5 years, she worked from home as a licensed travel agent with limited benefits. Nickie was hospitalized in late March of this year, and remained in long term care and hospice watching Macedonia’s livestreams and videos of the kids until she passed very peacefully on November 6.

Her favorite gospel song was “That’s Love”. That’s who she was.

She leaves to cherish her memory: Milton and Anita, parents; 3 sons: Courtney Marquel (Talishya), Jerrod Mason, and Tyler Mitchell; 5 grandchildren: Kennedy Mc’Kiyah, Jerrod Mason Jr., Kameron Marquel, Konnor Myles, and Kaliyah Melody. All children and grands have middle names beginning with “M” in tribute to grandpa. Also missing her are many aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives and friends.


Memorial Service: November 30, 2023 11:00 am

Macedonia Baptist Church
111 Hobart St.
San Antonio, TX


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  1. CandleImageNicole Robinson, my best friend since six grade. A friend that would drop anything if I needed you. I’m going to miss you BFF. RIP my beautiful friend until we meet again 💔💔💔

  2. CandleImageMy one and only daughter. you brought me many tears and so much joy, I love you my baby girl and i would never change anything about our time together I miss you and I love you to the moon and back. Rest my baby Rest. Mom


  3. CandleImageTo the Robison family, Kevin and I extend our deepest heartfelt condolences to you all in the passing of Nickie. You all are in thoughts and prayers.
    Rest peacefully sweet Nickie in the arms of Jesus!🙏🏽

  4. CandleImageTo Milton & Anita
    I extend my deepest condolences to you and your family on the loss of Nicole. May the Comfort and Peace of God strengthen you during this transition. God be with you, Blessings Vada Coleman

  5. CandleImageMy condolences to the Robinson family.We love Nicole to the moon and back. She will be missed but most of all we will miss her laughter and her love for her family.
    Love Uncle Gerald , Aunt Ingrid, Dawn, Perry and Mason

  6. CandleImageNickie Nicole! (What I would call you whenever we called each other.) You will be truly missed. Especially your wit and laughter. Condolences to your family. Rest easy Queen. You are no longer in pain. We loved you… but God loved you more. Fly High Nicole. 🕊

  7. CandleImageNicole I am so grateful for the time we shared. You came back into my life at a critical time and helped me turn around my grief and pain. You have a big heart and you used it for healing others no matter what you were going through at the time. You kept me laughing all the time and I have been blessed to have known you. Rest in peace in heaven my friend 🙏

  8. To the family, may you find peace and comfort in this time in life. The memories that you’ve will always bring comfort, love, joy and strength. Anita, I remember that Janet Jackson show at Taft I was there. I remember the park and rec talent show that she was in with Sheree and Wendy. The Brown family extends their condolences to you all. Too God Be The Glory.

  9. Sending my condolences 💐
    I’m still in disbelief, I went to High School with Nickie ♥️ I have some great memories of her, us AirForce Brats stuck together and had a special bond.

  10. CandleImageOur deepest condolences and prayers to my grandson Jerrod and great-grandson Baby J, Courtney/wife and kids, Tyler and parents Mr and Mrs Robinson. Words are not enough to express the lost of Nicole and the influence she had on her family and friends. She always told you exactly what was on her mind and the love she had for her boys, parents and grandbabies. Nicole was a ‘smart cookie ‘ well informed on many subjects especially medical, technical and law related. You will be missed here on this earth but your suffering is no longer. Rest In Heavenly Peace, beautiful soul❤️🙏
    Ms. Woods (MiMi) , Gerald and Devante Woods

  11. To the Robinson Family,
    I pray that God comforts your heart. Continue to lean and depend on him. I have some great AAU memories of Nikki. Love you all.

  12. CandleImageNicole, we had some good good times and although adulthood changed our relationship, I always kept love in my heart for you. You are missed and even though I would never want death to be the outcome for anyone, Im at peace knowing you made it to the ultimate peace . Rest well until we see each other again.

  13. Sending out prayers and condolences to Milton, Anita. her family, and friends. May GOD provide HIS PEACE and COMFORT during this season of bereavement. WE LOVE YOU.🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾💖💖💖

  14. CandleImageMay God be with your family! May God provide you with peace, love and everlasting hugs. God will hold you during this time. Lean on Him. We love you both! Quinn and Amanda McEachirn

  15. CandleImageMy deepest condolences. May God Grant You Serenity and peace through this trying time. Rest In Paradise Nickie

  16. CandleImageThe Pouncy family expresses our heartfelt and deepest condolences to Nicole’s family. She is in the presence of the Lord. Rest in Heaven, Young Lady!

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