Kyle Larry Robertson went to be with his Lord on January 31, 2022, his 44th Birthday. He loved the ocean and died in Galveston, Texas. He was born to Charlie and Maryla Robertson on a cold and icy day on January 31, 1978, in Arlington Memorial Hospital, Arlington, Texas. Always smiling, happy and fun loving, he was always up for a good time. In his youth, he excelled in the USA BMX Bicycle Association, winning 1st place in his division race at the Nationals in Oklahoma City and State championships. He traveled extensively chasing points and was rated as one of the best in his class in the nation.
Kyle was a 1996 graduate of Northwest High School, Justin, Texas. Kyle had the gift of gab, was a deep thinker, writer and very talented artist. His work was sought after because of the originality he put in each piece, creating whatever was on his mind at the time. In Kyle’s own words, taken from a recent diary entry, “My life story is a very long, complicated subject that spans many degrees and depths of success, failure, depravity, and times that were a blast.”
He is survived by his adored daughter, Kylie Robertson-Dyer of Haslet; his parents, Maryla and Charlie Robertson, of Newark; sister, Nikki Robertson Cantrell of Keller; his nephews Caleb Cantrell of San Antonio and Cade Cantrell of Fayetteville, Arkansas. Other survivors are his aunt, Jacque Howell Harthcock, husband Clyde Harthcock, of Magnolia; cousins, Shelly Tomlinson and family of Conroe and Bill Harthcock and family of Round Rock; aunt, Janice Robertson of Houston; his cousins Janet Remchek and family, of Tulsa, OK, Susan Wilbanks and husband Gregg of Porter, and Amy Raymon and family, Houston; aunt, Helen Robertson Hopkins, her husband, Mark of Decatur; cousins Courtney Hopkins Mullaney and family, of Fort Worth, Amanda Hopkins Black and family of Austin. He had an honorary aunt, Sherry Chuprathoom of Springtown; Denver family: cousin, Heidi Robertson and daughter Dominique; cousin Deborah, her husband Jesse and their children, Jessica, Jesse Jr. and Tiffany. He had many second cousins and lifelong friends.
“To live in the hearts we leave behind is not to die.” – Thomas Campbell
Go be with Jesus and all those who love you. Kyle will be missed and loved always and forever by those of us left on this earth. Private services will be held at a later date.