Scott “Scotty” Christopher Robinson 1981 – 2016
Our beautiful son and brother passed from his earthly home Wednesday night from an accidental prescription drug overdose. If you haven't dealt with someone battling an addiction you may not understand and might judge. We need to speak up about the epidemic tearing apart families and destroying our communities. Our family is not alone in this. Scott loved Mother Teresa quotes and gave me a sheet of them long ago. This is one for this situation: “If you judge people, you have no time to love them.” Scott was handsome, intelligent, and enjoyed writing poetry. He was raised in a loving home and loved both his work and co-workers. His inner struggles and later a back injury turned him to prescription drugs. Our love wasn't enough to save him from the true addiction he could not overcome. To all children, turn to those who love you if you are struggling. To all parents, watch your children's behavior, and be aware of and try to avoid putting your children on prescription drugs. Scott's battle has ended. He was a baptized Christian who knew the Bible. God knew his struggles and his true heart away from his addiction and has allowed him to enter his new home in Heaven. He is at peace. Scott loved to help others and wrote these words on his way to work last August thinking of his patients. “There have been times that I've wondered why God doesn't send his angels to help us when we need them the most. But I realized today that sometimes you just have to be one.” – Scott Robinson
Scott leaves behind his loving friend, Leah who always loved him no matter what; his father, Don; mother, Janet; and brothers, Brandon and Nick Robinson.
A service Celebrating Scott's life will be held Thursday, March 31, 2016 at 7:30 p.m., at the Paquelet-Falk Funeral Home in Louisville, with Pastor Ryan Rasmussen officiating. Scott's family will receive friends Thursday from 6-7:00 p.m. at the funeral home. Condolences and special memories may be shared online at: www.heritagecremationsociety.com
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