Brian Robison passed suddenly and unexpectedly into God’s Kingdom on February 1, 2022.
Brian was born in Memphis, Tennessee to Rod and Terry Robison. Growing up, he attended Riveroaks Reformed Presbyterian Church and Evangelical Christian School. After graduating high school in 1997, he went to the University of Memphis. Shortly after, he began his career in Information Technology.
In 2001, he married his wife, Cammie Allmon. Brian and Cammie have four children: Brinsley, Jacob, Samuel, and Benjamin. They have been living in Colorado since 2011 where Brian enjoyed hiking, backpacking, Jeeping, camping, and fishing with his family. He was the Director of IT and DevOps at Boostlingo.
Brian was a loyal and generous man who always said yes when someone asked for his help. He
loved his family and friends deeply and was ready for an adventure at a moment's notice. Brian was a servant to God and a disciple of Jesus. He was a devoted husband and father, as well as a loving son to his parents, a faithful brother to his siblings, and a fun-loving uncle to his nieces and nephews. Brian’s family and friends are shocked and deeply saddened by the loss of such an important and beloved member of their family.
Brian is survived by his wife, Cammie, and their four children ages 8-15; his parents, Rod and Terry Robison; his siblings Timothy (Angie) Robison, and Lacey Robison; and two nephews; as well as his Grandparents, Bill and Carol Woods; and many loving aunts, uncles and cousins. He is also survived by his in-laws, George and Trudy Allmon and his brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Tom (Sissy) Allmon, Barry (Michelle) Allmon, John (Susan) McSpadden, and Kelly (Jeff) Trouy; and 15 nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his Grandparents, John and Martha Robison.
A service celebrating Brian’s life will be held for family and friends on February 15 in Evergreen, CO., at 1 p.m. at Bergen Park Church, 31919 Rocky Village Drive, Evergreen, CO.
In lieu of flowers, please visit their GoFundMe page: https://gofund.me/27495842
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