Dwayne Robinson, affectionately known as “Dee” by his loving wife, Louise “Weezy” and “Skillz” by all of his family and friends was born in Long Island, New York on January 25, 1977.
He was the beloved son of Orssie Dean Seabury and Clarence T Robinson.
Dwayne lived the majority of his childhood in Long Island, New York, where he was always so proud to have been from. He later relocated to Reading, PA as a young adult. He attended Reading High School. Dwayne held various jobs in the field of manufacturing, warehouse, home improvement, and other industrial establishments. Dwayne loved spending endless time with his wife, family and friends no matter the occasion. He was “the life of the party” and always wanted to make sure everyone was having a good time. He enjoyed listening to Hip Hop, was an avid fan of the New York Giants, a great cook and grill master. Dwayne also had a love for sneakers and fitted caps.
Dwayne met his wife and the love of his life, Louise Robinson in February 1999. They were married in November 2006 in Reading, PA and from then on, were completely inseparable. They enjoyed traveling, casino trips, and spending quality time amongst themselves and family. He was loved by so many who knew him!
Dwayne was a believer in Christ and attended church on a regular basis.
Dwayne leaves to cherish his loving memory his wife and “rock” Louise, mother Orssie Dean Seabury, brothers Anthony Seabury and his wife Terry of Reading PA, Gerald Seabury (Tampa, Fl), Charles Seabury (Rome, New York), Tashaun Pearson and Naquan Seabury (both of Reading, PA). His three sisters Laurese Seabury (Jacksonville, FL), Victoria Gunther (Temple, PA) and Nigeria Seabury (Tampa, Fl). He held a very special and unique bond with each one of his siblings including cousins Chaka Evans and Evans “Preme” Booker. He also leaves to cherish his memory mother-in-law, Joan Carthon, sister-in-law, Angel Barrett, brother-in-law, Nathan Bradford, along with a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Dwayne was preceded in death by his father, Clarence T Robinson, maternal grandparents Ulysses and Virginia Frazier and brother-in-law Christopher Bradford.