Robin Rutledge Obituary, 22-year-old Woaman Of Magnolia Has Died

Robin Rutledge Obituary, Death – Robin Lynn Wilson Rutledge, who was 22 years old and a resident of Magnolia, Texas, passed away as a result of injuries sustained in a car accident. On Friday, January 6, 2023, she left this world forever. She graduated from Hart County High School in 2018 with her high school diploma and is planning to earn her bachelor’s degree in Music Education from Campbellsville University in 2022. Her high school diploma was awarded by Hart County High School. Both the Hart County Raider Band and the CU Tiger Marching Band allowed her to participate for a total of four years, which resulted in her graduation from both ensembles.

She served as the band’s drum major and was a clarinetist during both of her years as a senior in high school. At North Jackson Elementary School, where she was a music teacher, and with the Hart County Marching Band, where she was an assistant director, she was very involved in the musical life of the students. She was a member of the congregation of the Rowletts Baptist Church, where she also participated on the church’s Worship Team and played the piano. She had a love and passion for music that lasted her entire life, and one of the things that brought her the greatest joy was being able to share that love and passion with her students and the family that she had discovered in her church.

Robin Wilson was reared without her maternal grandparents, Tony and Sandra Wilson, who both went away while she was growing up. Robin is survived by her husband, Jacob Rutledge, of Magnolia; her parents A.J. and Ronda Wilson and a sister, Carlee Wilson, all of Jonesville; her grandparents, Ron and Doneva Reynolds of Magnolia; her uncles, Tom (Hope) Reynolds and Ethan (Kaitlyn) Reynolds, both of Magnolia; her aunt, Renee (John) Garner Bonnieville; her cousins Madden Reynolds, Brody and Collins Garner; and her father and mother-in


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