Tron “aka Boo” Latrell Robinson, son of the late Roy and Geveda A. Robinson, was born April 23, 1978 in Wilmington, Delaware at Wilmington General Hospital. Tron took his eternal rest in the early morning of June 17, 2020, at St. Francis Hospital.
He received his early education in the Wilmington Public schools. Prior to graduating high school, Tron was a boy scout where he received numerous awards and metals. He graduated from John Dickinson High School class of 97. After graduating high school, he went on to accomplish opening his own barbershop, in which he was a self-taught barber. Tron loved working as a barber, and he was very talented at it. Tron was employed at Brandywine School District as a custodian and later promoted to mail carrier.
In addition to being a barber and working for the school district, Tron started his own landscaping business “Touch of Grass." He touched many lives within the Delaware school district. Tron was dedicated to everything he put his mind to and in the process brought smiles to numerous people. He was outgoing, funny (always with a corny joke), and he brought laughter and joy to everyone that he encountered. “YOU FEEL ME” (his favorite saying)
Tron's hobbies were going to The Plato Park in Philadelphia with his old school crew. He also enjoyed fishing, operating gas cars, riding dirt bikes, and riding motorcycles. Tron was an avid fan of the Philadelphia Eagles and 76ers. On football Sundays, he really enjoyed having family and friends over for dinner.
Tron was preceded in death by his biological parents, Roy and Geveda A. Robinson; his brothers, Douglass Robinson, Dennis Brown, and Thomas Parker, his step-father Thomas Brown, and his special friend Qiana Lancaster.
He leaves to cherish in his memory his son, Latrell Jason Robinson (Naomi Stewart); his mother, Mary Alice Brown; 7 sisters, Geveda Robinson, Penny Parker, Eunice Pulliam, Alisa Campbell (Michael), Sandra “Baye” Brown, and Justina “Tina” Brown; god-sister, Doreen “Debbie” Robinson; 2 brothers, Tony Brown and Gregory Brown; devoted Nephew Kenny Truitt; 7 nieces, 2 nephews, 9 great-nieces, 5 great-nephews, and a host of other aunts, uncles, cousins, and family. Tron had so many close friends to name male and female, but a shout out to Monica, Bianca, A. J., Herk, Rob, and D. Rock. Tron will be truly missed by his family, friends, co-workers, clients, and those who knew and came to know him.
Funeral 5 PM Thursday, June 25, 2020, at Congo Funeral Home, 2317 N. Market Street, Wilmington, DE 19802. There will be a public viewing from 3 PM until 5 PM.
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