Chloe Unique Robinson  2018

Chloe Unique Robinson 2018

Chloe Unique Robinson, 37, was given her wings on June 29, 2018. She attended elementary school at Christ the King in Columbus, Ohio. Chloe (Marie) Robinson, vowed her life as a Catholic. She later attended and graduated from Bishop Hartley High School in the Class of 2000. While at Hartley, she excelled as an athlete playing basketball and volleyball; Chloe was later accepted to be a “Rocket Girl” at the University of Toledo. With her love of sports, Chloe missed her calling as a sports commentator. Chloe… Read More » was known for her inclusive heart and she enjoyed working with and helping people. She volunteered at the Jewish Center as a Camp Counselor working with children with special needs and children with Autism. Chloe was employed at Franklin County Clerk of Courts for eleven years. In addition, she worked part-time as a sales representative at Lane Bryant and a make-up consultant for Younique. She loved the art of make-up and her favorite color was purple. Chloe was a wonderful young woman with an infectious smile and her parents loved her dearly. Chloe will be missed by family and lifelong friends who adored her.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Chloe Unique Robinson 2018. Diehl-Whittaker Funeral/Cremation Services

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