In loving memory of

Raymond D. Robinson, Jr.
March 12, 2002 - March 18, 2021

Raymond Robinson Jr, 19 of Kingston NY Aka Ray Ray was born on March 12th 2002. Ray Ray was born in Middletown, NY to Yakiesha Morbeth and Raymond Robinson Sr. To have known Ray Ray was to love Ray Ray. He was known by many to be a jokester. He was full of energy, jokes, laughs and lots of respect. His sisters and brother would say don't sleep on Ray Ray "he is smart". His mentor said he was often the center of attention- that annoying class clown you can't help but love and gravitate towards. He also said he was deep, a introspective thinker, smart and a curious young man. The countless jokes and laughs that he brought to many was priceless! You can always count on him to lift your spirit. Even in his last moments on earth he found a way to give life to someone else!

Ray Ray is survived by his parents Raymond Robinson Sr and Yakiesha Morbeth. His siblings Keasia Francis, Rafael Cruz, Paeshance Robinson, and Paige Robinson. His grandmother's, Sylvia Francis and Alda Lightfoot. Great grandmother Cynthia Williams and predeceased great grandmother, Alberther Francis. Lots of Aunts; Corteckia Lightfoot, Coreen Sanchez, Rose Grey, Tiffany Francis, Kasey Robinson, Kelly Robinson, Denise Robinson, Latisha Wright, Dede Morbeth, Sarah Morbeth, and Tamar Morbeth. His Uncles include; James Grey, Edward Evans and Mario Morbeth. Great Aunts: Margo Francis, and Donna Cooper. Great Uncles: Michael Lightfoot, Robert Lightfoot, and Frank Lightfoot. A Godmother Pender M King. As well as a host of cousins that he loved dearly.

Arrangements entrusted to Keyser Funeral & Cremation Service, Kingston, NY. Family and friends may visit on Friday March 26, 2021 from 9am to 10am at His Word Revealed Church, 205 State Route 28, Kingston, NY 12401. The funeral service will take place at 10am followed by burial in Montrepose Cemetery, Kingston.


The Freer Family wrote on Apr 3, 2021:

"Ray Ray was a kind and thoughtful young man. He was such a hard worker whose laugh was so contagious. We pray for him and his family for such a heartbreaking loss. "

Kirk Reinhardt wrote on Mar 26, 2021:

"Thoughts and prayers ?for Ray and his family. Ray's smile will be missed."