Taurean Nathaniel Robinson

April 2, 1984 ~ April 20, 2022 (age 38)


Taurean Nathaniel Robinson a.k.a “Beeper” 38, was born to Lolita Michelle Robinson and Kearney Elijah Robinson, on April 2, 1984, in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Taurean became Beeper because when he was born, he was supposed to be a twin. Due to complications, he was immediately placed on a machine to monitor his heart. The machine kept beeping…beep…beep…beep, his mom said aloud “shut the beeper up.” She thought it was someone’s beeper going off, but it was Taurean’s heart beeping on the heart monitor. He received his nickname that day, “Beeper” and from that point on the name stuck with him his entire life. Growing up he was known to be mommy’s little helper. Although, he was quiet at times he was very playful, funny, outspoken, and outgoing.

Taurean started his education at Paul Turner Elementary school. He was always on the honor roll. This led to him always being on top and becoming one of Paul Turner’s “McKnight Achievers.” He continued his brilliance throughout Middle and High School at which he started to shine as he became more of himself. His penmanship was incredibly beautiful. He started to show more of his creative side as well as his love for dancing. Dancing pushed him to join the Boyd Hugh Anderson High School Step Team. He also decided to join ROTC. He transferred to Pompano Beach High for his sophomore year “Home of the Tornado’s.” Everywhere he went; he recited the school song and even acted it out. If anyone asked about what school he attended during this time, they were sure to get the whole experience. He was only there for a brief period before returning to Boyd H. Anderson to continue his junior and senior year of high school. Taurean graduated from Boyd Hugh Anderson’s class of 2002. After his high school, he went on to attend Bethune Cookman for his college years. Knowing he loved to sing he joined the Bethune Cookman Choir.

He continued his creativity throughout college and into his personal life. Even though he focused hard on his studies he still found time to assist in his community. In Broward County he was a Devil Dawg and a Police Explorer which he graduated Valedictorian from the Police Explorers class of 2000. These positions allowed him to increase his skills in different areas. He was able to ride along with police officers and provide help where needed within the community.

Taurean worked hard as a young man. He was known to go to work and live his life to the fullest. He enjoyed diving into his spiritual side, roller skating, and listening to his favorite R&B songs by Beyonce and TLC. He was a people person and made friends everywhere he went.

He briefly stayed in Coral Springs, Florida before shortly retuning back down south. In March of 2022, Taurean decided to make a move to Texas to fulfill dreams he has always had. It was not until his birthday evening that he experienced a terrible seizure, one of many that he experienced throughout his life. This one however was different; it sent him into a deep coma. One in which he never returned from. Several of us wanted to have our last words but were never given the opportunity to do so. Although, it seems like this is a forever goodbye, it is only temporary, and we will see him again.

Taurean leaves to cherish his memories his loving parents: Lolita Michelle Cartwright and Pastor Kearney Elijah Robinson; step parents: Bishop Vincent Emanuel Cartwright (Lolita) and Padmini Robinson (Kearney); Siblings: Anthony Robinson, Tamakia Robinson Thorpe,

Laureatha Robinson Young (Sean), Ebony Robinson Givens, Kearney Robinson Jr. (Michelle), Brandi Robinson, TaShanna Robinson, Termaine Robinson, Chearease “Reasey” Aleacea Robinson, Lomaun Elisha Cartwright, Joshua “Josh” Emanuel Cartwright; Grandparents: Helen Marie Arnold, the late Elijah and Lureatha Robinson; His Best Friend, Paul St. Hilaire; a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, relatives, friends, “Yoshi” his cat and “Prince” his dog.

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24 Hour Viewing
May 13, 2022

5:00 PM
National Church of God
3050 NW 12th St
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33311

Funeral Service
May 14, 2022

10:00 AM
National Church of God - Headquarters
977 NW 17th Ave
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33311

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