Remembering Miranda Renee Robinette

Miranda Renee Robinette started her travels on October 12, 1995, in Natchitoches, LA.  Anyone who knew Miranda would agree her middle name was really “Go-Go-Go”.  She loved her adventures and was always going “somewhere”.  Her BIG trip began on June 30, 2023, surrounded by her family.  Living life to the fullest each and every day was her objective, to gain experience, so that’s what she did.  If references are needed, just ask her Dad, Burt Robinette, Grandparent, Betty Robinette; her sister and brother, Haley and Austin, or her niece and nephew, Landon and Ava.  If those are not enough, you can check with her Aunt and Uncles or her cousins or anyone else in her family, and it’s a BIG one.  There are also a few hundred friends around to ask.

She graduated from Castor High School in 2014.  She participated in track and softball but that was not her passion.  She loved being a member of her 4-H club and performing in livestock shows with her lambs and goats.  Barrel racing was also a big part of her heart along with her horses Chex, Lightening, Striker, and Gunner.  She loved rescuing animals of all kinds.  You never knew what she would be coming home with to love on.  But for all who knew her, her true love was her baby, Tinsey.

She was definitely well-traveled.  Her modeling adventures took her to so many places as well, again, just to “GO” somewhere.  From snow-skiing in the mountains of Colorado and New Mexico, visiting the Statue of Liberty in New York City, sitting on the beach in the “Carolinas”, and almost everywhere in between the east and west coast and the Gulf of Mexico.  She was always encouraging other kids to attend church camps and go on mission trips.  Also, we can’t forget her love for those “Fighting LSU Tigers”.

She graduated from Northwest LA Technical College in December 2021 with a Degree in Practical Nursing.   Her goal was to work as a Pediatric Oncology Nurse.  Her journey early in life led her to want to pursue a nursing career.  She just loved caring for others.  She truly had a nursing heart.  She was so courageous, patient, understanding, tender, compassionate, and empathetic.  Through every trial and tribulation, she never once complained of pain or hurting.  She just kept fighting every day.  

She has had so many people who have been an influence on her through her life here on Earth.  Her number one is Her Dad who instilled in her to love the Lord, first and foremost, that family is so important, respect is a must, and that unconditional love is the best kind.  It’s hard to name the multitude of others that have been a part of her story.  But she loved them all very much every day.

Twenty-seven years, eight months, and eighteen days doesn’t sound like a lot of living for most, but Miranda was not most people.

She was preceded in death by her grandfather, Gerald “Poppa” Robinette.

She is survived by her father, Burt Robinette and mother, Frances E. Clark; sister, Haley Gutierrez (Brandon); brother, Austin Evans; niece and nephew, Landon and Ava; and grandmother, Betty Robinette.

The family would like to invite you to celebrate in Miranda’s Final Journey at 10 A.M. Wednesday, July 5, 2023 at Martin Baptist Church with Bro. Richard Kaufman and Bro. Preston Young officiating.  Interment will follow in Martin Cemetery. Let’s rejoice in knowing that Miranda is now riding horses with the Angels in Heaven.

Pallbearers will be Chris Robinette, Kevin Robinette, Brit Robinette, Stephen Robinette, Bryan Robinette and Britton Robinette.  Honorary pallbearers will be Austin Evans, Brandon Gutierrez, Victor Faust, Gerry Norris and Josh Cline.

By the Grace of God I am what I am, And His Grace to me was not in vain.  1 Corinthians 15:10

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