Robbie Warren Robertson

On March 5th, 2021, Robbie Warren Robertson passed away unexpectedly at his home, in Las Vegas, NV. He was only 39 years old.

Robbie was born in Fountain Valley California on August 30th, 1981 to his parents Richard Lee Robertson and Debra Lorraine Heise. He grew up with his seven siblings in Newberry Springs California, until his parents divorced when he was 10 years old. He then moved with his mother and siblings to Las Vegas, Nevada. It was here that he went on to graduate from Vo Tech High School, with high honors and as valedictorian of his class. He attended college and obtained a Degree in Medical Billing.

In 2018, Robbie moved back to California to be close to his family. After the death of his mother, Debra Heise, in 2019. He decided to move back to Las Vegas, Nevada to pursue his career in Medical Billing.

Robbie loved being a brother and an uncle more than anything, constantly saying how much he loved his family. He really enjoyed painting and was incredibly talented. Robbie could see beauty where others did not, he will be greatly missed.

He is survived by his father Richard, brother Jason, 6 sister’s Christa, Erica, Katelyn, Jessica, Anna, and Shannon. Also, his 9 nieces and 10 nephews, and 1 great nephew and his Uncle Jerry.

Funeral Services for Robbie will be held on April 17th, 2021 at 12:00 pm at Hi-Desert Word Center Church in Barstow, California, located at 30918 Soapmine Rd, Barstow, CA 92311. The family welcome’s all those who wish to help celebrate the life of Robbie Robertson to attend.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions masks will be required.

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  • Robbie was so fun. I loved that he was authentic and said not only what he thought, but what he knew everyone was thinking! Our 1:1 time at work was always just so full of laughs. It will definitely not be the same without him.

  • I worked with Robbie & just wanted to send my condolences to his family. Although, I was not able to work along side him for a long time due to Covid, the time that we did work in office he was very nice & definitely funny. Even working from home, we would still check up on each other through messaging. His love for his art, fashion & his family was evident through all the stories he would tell me. I enjoyed learning new things about him each time I would see him at the office. In the beginning I wasn’t sure he would stick around with us, but in the end, I’m glad that he did & I’m glad that I was able to know him even if it was for a short time. He will be missed by all of us. I am truly sorry for your loss & know that your family will be in my prayers! God Bless!

  • My condolences to Robbie’s family… I am so sorry for your loss. Robbie thank you for the friendship and memories. You will be missed…RIP my friend…


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