Keicia was a beautiful, fun loving woman that loved everyone & excitement! She loved the country, hanging with family & friend’s, & going to the beach. She struggled years with addiction but, before her death had more of a fight in her to beat this addiction, had got closer to God, & was actually trying hard! She relapsed and unfortunately on day 3 overdosed and died. Had she been with better people, she would be alive now! The overdose, we as her family feel was intentional & is being investigated, no arrests yet. But, when you have someone who doesn’t take someone straight to the hospital, go down one road, then go to a store, finally call 911 BUT, your more worried about stashing dope, and a gun before the cops arrive than actually helping them or getting them help you should be charged. 3 people went to jail for drugs, & guns that night that were with her. So, I beg everyone with an addiction problem to please seek help! It’s a dangerous world, the drug world! We will forever miss her & have to mourn a beautiful soul because of this evil drug!
Keicia Nicole Robinson, 31, gained her wings on Tuesday, November 13, 2018.
Family, friends, and others whose lives Keicia touched are invited to attend the Celebration of Life service for Keicia to reminisce, celebrate, and support each other in this hard time on Saturday, Nov. 17, 2018 at 3:00 PM at the Chapel of Evans-Skipper Funeral Home with Dr. Gary Smith officiating. Interment will follow in Salem-Seminole Baptist Church Cemetery with Josh Robinson, Larry Robinson, Hayden Haire, Michael Romine, and Blake Robinson serving as active casketbearers. Visitation will be held one hour prior to the service at 2:00 PM at the funeral home.
She would never have wanted to be remembered by her addiction and mistakes. She was feisty, outspoken, and loved her people. She chased the dream of happiness and fought really tough battles. She was a country girl to the core; she was tough and brave.
Keicia is survived by her parents, Keith Robinson, Sr. of Smithville, GA and Patricia Hall of Albany, GA; her siblings, Amanda Robinson Parton and husband Larry of Smithville, GA, Gregory Keith Robinson, Jr. and wife Nicole of Albany, GA, Miranda Dixon of Leesburg, GA, Brooke Wise of Bainbridge, GA, and Brandy Wise of Donalsonville, GA; her children, Billy Joe Hand, Jr. of Bainbridge, GA, Peyton Stewart of Sylvester, GA, Stephen Etherton of Albany, GA, and Elizabeth Robinson of Albany, GA; along with many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins