Jeriome-Robertson-Obituary

Jeriome Robertson

Obituary

Jeriome Paul Robertson passed away at the age of 33 in a motorcycle accident May 29, 2010 in Exeter, CA. He was born on March 30 1977 in San Jose, CA. From the earliest age he loved to play baseball. While attending Exeter High School he helped lead the Monarchs to the Central Section...

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Jeriome, I miss you big time bud. Been feelin like you've been near hear lately man, got the chills for the fifth time again tonight right now. Been spending a lot of time with your sis dude, she misses you so much man. I check on your Mom every chance I get, she is hangin in there I hope you can give her as much comfort as you can from up there though it would help. Her and Sheila both need some strength to go in your room and clean it and what not, no one has been in there since you left...

Back in 2002, I was in the stands of Sky Sox Stadium, Colorado Springs, Colorado. I was just a local fan ready to watch the New Orleans Zephyrs, vs the Skysox. I sat directly behind home plate, right next to Jeriome Robertson. It was standard procedure for the pitcher scheduled to start the next day to keep tally. I talked to Jeriome most of the game, and at the end I got him to sign a baseball. I remember telling him that he better make it to the Majors because I just spent $5.00 on a...

Thinking of u bro. Put in a good word 4 me. C ya when I c ya man.

JERIOME YOU ARE GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN ITS WAS A GREAT PLEASURE TO BE CALLED YOUR FRIEND I LOVE YOU AND DAMN I MISS YOU

Memory Eternal!

The past few days, I haven't stopped thinking about you, man. it's just now setting in that you're actually gone. I keep having flashbacks to when I first met you, when I was ten. Then two years later when you were a staple in the Z's clubhouse- you started in the AAA all-star game that season and you struck out something like 200 batters. I'll NEVER forget that season or you. You're the reason I stuck with that job for so long. I'll be campaigning for the Zephyrs to retire your number 2 for...

J-Rob in his prime

Ill b seeing u son bro, hope ur there to greet me. U were my only true friend. we,ll b back in the ol orange groves again chucking oranges at cars :)

I had the pleasure to see Jeriome pitch in person a few times at Minute Maid Park,and I am saddened to hear of such a nice young guy's passing.He will live on in the heart's of fans of the Houston Astros forever.RIP.