Shakim Parrish Robinson

March 7, 2001January 14, 2021

Shakim Parrish Robinson, 19, of Arlington, Texas passed away January 14, 2021. He was born March 7, 2001 in Brooklyn, New York to Parrish Robinson and Alicia Haswell.

He had a passion for playing basketball, dancing and writing.

Shakim is survived by his newborn daughter Sa’Rai BrookLynn Robinson; father Parrish Robinson; mother Alicia Haswell and her husband, Adonis Rodgers; siblings: Samir, Ahtiani, Breona, Mekai, Najee, Nia, Messiah, Amya and Alanis.

Memorial Service will be held Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 2pm at Grand Prairie Funeral Home, 733 Dalworth St. Grand Prairie, Texas 75050.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Robinson family.


27 February

Memorial Service

2:00 pm

Grand Prairie Funeral Home

733 Dalworth Street
Grand Prairie, TX 75050


Shakim Parrish Robinson

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Pamela Robinson

February 27, 2021

Shakim from the day you were born you were loved. Your smile bright up the world We love you and always will we will carry you in our hearts 💙 memories will stay with us. Rest up baby boy 💙❤️Love grandma

Tracy Pleasant-lopez

February 26, 2021


Asharri Haswell

February 25, 2021

Damn nephew ! This one took the cake for me . Remember that trip to emerald pointe. Boy you did not want to come up out that shirt . lol crazy We was just talking 💔 ........ that smile was so bright Conversations replaying over and over again. The memories will live on ‼️ I love you beyond words ! Ever a goodbye just a see ya later . Until we meet again 🤞🏾💙

Tess Foti

February 25, 2021


No words can even explain how hard this has been. I know your here with me, but it’s still not easy. You’ll live through everyone your loved. Rest easy bestfriend🤞🏼💙

Ashon haswell

February 25, 2021

You don't plan for these goodbyes least i didn't u always feel like u have time when in reality it becomes too late lil folk i love u you were the the 1st on set most the memories are from your childhood but least i have that to hold on to i can't explain or express the emotion i feel even the last time i saw u seeing the growth was crazy i love u gang save a spot for me until we link again ❤🤟🏽💯

Tamara Henderson

February 25, 2021

My sweet birthday twin, Shakim. We’d play fight (I as a teen and you as a child) and your strength would take me out every time. But it’s your smile that will remain in my heart for eternity. I will celebrate each birthday we share by living as unapologetically and joyfully as I possibly can for you. None of us knew your pain nor your plight, but we knew your love and your light. May the ancestors cover and comfort you until we all see you again. Our sweet baby Shakim; you are loved, valued, and worthy of peace. 🖤

Natalie Brown

February 24, 2021

To our sweet prince words aren’t coming so easy as the days approach our final goodbyes... I just remember Alicia bringing this bundle of joy to us in Jersey six fingers you were different from birth we said how did that happen. You spent some time with us. I’ll always remember the day your poor little toe got stuck with thread wrapped around Nigel and your mother rushed you to the hospital to get it cut off. Poor baby you didn’t want anyone to touch your foot. You moved to VA made sure to see you spent a weekend with you. Then all the basketball games Alicia was going to posting pictures for us to see you was our all star love you and forever in our hearts. The last time I saw you was for your Uncles wedding your mom and I would talk about you and Nick for hours love you always may you rest peacefully

CaSandra, Bryson & Bryndon Looney

February 23, 2021

It’s been really hard trying to type without crying. We are torn! As y’all got older, we may not have seen or talked to you much, but you always knew, you were “family.”
From the moment you became a brother to Bryson and Bryndon, you also became my son and a part of our lil family. As young boys, I remember ya’lls, early morning loud PlayStation games, basketball, sneaking out with the boys, cooking up all the food at both your moms house and mine, and laughing all night with the boys talking about girls.
The guys are saddened that y’all didn’t get the chance to hang out one more time. The memories of you, will forever be etched in our hearts......

“We Love You.”
“The Looneys”

Desiree Henderson

February 23, 2021

Nephew, I have so many memories of you. I remember you being at my 12th grade graduation. The times in NY, even the times when we lived in VA all the way up until the time of living here in Texas. You begging me to drive my car but I was to afraid to let you. Your birthdays, you calling me to come pick you up from ya friends house, you riding back with me from B.A & India’s Wedding... I Miss you so much nephew. 🥺💙 I love you and you will always be remembered.

antonia marrero

February 23, 2021

My loving grand who I will keep dear to my ❤ ilove you so much Gma is what you called me for the last time. ❤ 🤍 💙 🧡 🖤 ♥️ ❤ 🤍 💙 🧡 🖤 ♥️ ❤ 🤍 💙 🧡 🖤