Taylor Whitney Robbins-Schelin, 36, of Skellytown, Texas, went to be with her Lord and Savior on May 10, 2022.
There will be a Graveside Service at Mountain View Cemetery in Auburn, Washington at a later date.
Taylor was born November 8, 1985, to Marlo Estelle (Schelin) Black in Renton Washington.
She was preceded in death by her grandparents, John L. Schelin Sr. and Marian M. Schelin of Auburn, Washington, and her uncle, John L. Schelin Jr.
Those left to cherish her memory are her mother, Marlo (Schelin) Black; her step-father, Robert Black of Skellytown, Texas; her father, Dave Nelson; her step-mother, Yolanda Nelson of Auburn, Washington; her brothers, Joseph Schelin of Skellytown, Texas, Dylan Nelson and his wife Alisha of Davenport, Floridam and Joseph Evans-Nelson, of Auburn, Washington; her aunts and uncles, Jamie Schelin, Anita Elmhdi, Cheryl Myers-Marsh, Duane Marsh, Bridget Dorsett and Rocky Dorsett all of Auburn, Washington, Eric Schelin Sr, of Montana, Deloras Schelin of San Diego, California and Bobbie Schelin of Bonney Lake, Washington; her grandmother, Deborah Comler of Spanaway, Washington; her great aunt, Karen Werts of Stasop, Washington; her special aunt, Chris Burke and her husband of Pennsylvania and more cousins then we can name here. She loved her family with all her heart and missed seeing them.
Special note: To Lindsey, she loved being your best friend and your ride or die chickie, she loved you completely.
Taylor also loved writing, drawing and very loud music. Best of all she loved life and everything about the colors of it.
Taylor passed away from Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma Large B-cell cancer, so in lieu of flowers we ask that you donate to your local lymphoma cancer center.
As her mother, I want to say a special thank you to the two men that raised her, Robert and Dave you both were the best daddies a girl could ask for. She loved you both so very much. She felt like the luckiest girl in the world. Love you all.
Baby girl, I miss you more than these words could ever say. My only comfort is I know you are in heaven with your grammy and poppa and your uncle Johnny and they are taking care of you, with our Lord and savior.
You called me not too long ago. We hadn’t communicated for a while. I am glad we shared a moment together. You have found the peace you desired. Bless you child. You are in the creators hands now.
TayTay, We will all miss you more then anyone could miss a family member. I am so glad that you received our Lord Jesus Christ in the week before you passed. My heart knows how much you loved life, your surroundings an what was part of it.
I know how much you loved your parents brothers and extended family.
I am so glad I was able to be your Aunt, I recall all the things you would do to make people laugh when you was a little girl. ❤️🤗😊
Your physical body is going to be missed always, however your soul spirit is with all who love and continue to love you for all of who you are.
I am glad to know your Grandma Grandpa, Uncle Johnny and all those who have passed into the heavens was there to bring you into the glorious heaven to know there is no more pain an sorrow.
TayTay I love you so much. Will miss you.
I miss you sunshine. Being your bonus mom made me so happy. Love you with all my heart
It has been 46 days now since you left this earth, I am trying to survive the pain, the loss, the grief, the heartache that embers in my soul, I miss your laughter, I miss your smart remarks, I miss that beautiful face, but most of all I just miss you. To be able to just hold you one more time is just a dream now, a conversation is now only in my mind, and the laughter is now in the distance. I know an angel took your hand and whisked you into heaven’s gates, where you now live, with no pain, no grief, no regrets, smiling, dancing, laughing, and loving yourself for you know you are okay now.
Mommy will always miss you and love you until we see each other again.