On Kilee Sanders’ Facebook page, she talks about her nephew:
“With an incredibly heavy heart. My sweetest nephew has passed away. He was the most kind and loving soul. Everyone who met him, loved him. His contagious laugh and smile. He was truly an amazing person. He will be missed by so many, he is loved by so many. So many awesome talents. I can’t say enough good about this sweet soul. Because of the gospel and plan of salvation I have faith we will be with him again. Quinton Robbins, I, and your entire family will miss you so much everyday. Always will be thinking about you. Please pray for his parents and siblings at this time. Please also respect their privacy as this is a devastating loss that is incredibly painful for the families.
For those who are asking us how you can help. Prayer will be the biggest help. For them and the other victims and families. Here is also gofundme page that was set up by a member of Quints family that can help towards funeral costs. Anything is appreciated dearly.”
According to the Review Journal in Las Vegas Quinton was living in Las Vegas and previously attended Basic High and studied at UNLV.
UNLV spokesman Francis McCabe said Robbins’ was a student at the university through July 2015, but was not currently enrolled.
In an interview with Newsweek, Tyce Jones, a longtime friend of the Robbins family called Robbins a “pay-it-forward kinda guy” who was always seeking to do good in his community, where he also worked in his local city government.
“[He] always had a smile on his face and was a nice guy,” Jones said. “He loved his family and loved to coach his little brother’s flag football team. He will be missed.”
If you would like to donate to his Gofund me page, the link again can be found here..