Kimberly Ann "Kim" Robison of Plano TX, slipped away to her eternal home on Tuesday November 16, 2021, with the loving support of her family by her side.
Kim was born in Flint Michigan on Sunday, November 1st 1959, to Harold and Mary Louise Wilson. She was the youngest of six children. Kim spent her early years in Flint and Davison Michigan, and later moved "Upnorth" to Hale MI with her family.
Kim graduated from Hale High School in 1977, and then from Baker College in Flint MI with a Medical Assistance degree in 1982. Kim worked in the medical field all her career, starting as a medical assistant and then as a medical assistant instructor for a school in Massachusetts. In her most recent years, she did medical transcription, credentialing, and medical records compliance.
Kim married Brad Robison in 1982 in Davison MI and had one son, Chip, who was always the pride and joy of her life. She was very proud of his accomplishments and enjoyed spending time with his friends, most of whom called her Momkim.
Kim loved life and brought as much energy to her work as her play. Her favorite thing to do was spend time with Brad at their lake house on Cedar Creek Lake. It brought Kim joy to transform every house she has lived in into a beautiful home for her family and friends. She enjoyed watching all sports. Kim and Brad were huge Texas country music fans, where they made close friends with many artists and fellow fans. Many fun times were spent playing board games, crafting, and going to flea markets with her friends and family. Kim adored the family's pets, and her beloved little dogs Rooney and Busby will miss her loving attention.
Kim was preceded in death by her parents, Harold and Marylou Wilson; brother John Allison; sisters Karen Carr and Jackie Fernelius; and mother-in-law Ann Robison.
She leaves behind to cherish her memory, her best friend in life and husband Brad Robison of Plano TX; son Chip Robison and his wife Brittany of Frisco TX; sisters Sandi (Ron) DuFresne of Flushing MI and Sharon (Phil) Koerber of Davison MI; sister-in-laws Sandy Allison of Flushing MI and Maxine (Gib) DuBois of Swartz Creek MI; father-in law Bill Robison of Davison MI; brother-in-laws Scott (Bonnie) Robison of Flint MI and Ted (Denise) Robison of Ovid MI; and many special nieces and nephews.
Kim's life was an example of a life well-lived. She was a very loving, loyal, supportive, sincere, patriotic and at times, stubborn woman. She will be greatly missed and will be remembered by many.
Kim was a life-long Lutheran and a member of Resurrection Lutheran Church in Plano since moving to Texas in 1997. Memorial Services will be held at Resurrection Lutheran Church on December 3rd at 4 pm.