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Karly Kay Robb
October 1, 1990 ~ September 1, 2022 (age 31) 31 Years Old
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Karly K Robb
October 1, 1990 - September 1, 2022
Karly was born October 1, 1990 to Lori Robb and Edward Singledecker. Karly passed away Thursday, September 1st at her mother's home in Frazeysburg, Ohio after an 8 month battle with mucinous ovarian cancer. Karly wished to donate her remains for the study of this rare cancer so that a screening tool, treatment, or cure could be found, but her donation was denied due to her size and the plethora of information that could be gained was lost.
Karly handled every blow of bad news concerning her cancer with courage grace and dignity. She was scared but knew her fate. Karly always put family first and was always willing to set aside what she had planned when family needed her help. Close friends were and are considered family.
In addition to her parents she leaves behind her grandmother Kay Robb of Barnesville siblings Richard Miller of Frazeysburg, Loye Miller of Mt. Vernon, Joshua and Alivia Bice of Frazeysburg, her aunt Stacy Roscovich and her best friend Theresa (Dustin) Bannworth. In addition to several step siblings and half siblngs.
She is preceded in death by her maternal grandfather Harlan "Loye" Robb paternal grandmother Elizabeth "Betty" Singledecker, Uncle Alfred "Fred" Roskovich.
In lieu of flowers we invite you to register under team Karly K & participate in the walk 4 hope walk where you are on September 25 at www.hope4moc.org/walk-where-you-are/ we will gather at a location to be determined at a later date and walk together in Karly's memory. Or make a direct donation that can be found on the www.hope4moc.org website. We feel that this is the best way to contribute to research into her cancer.
Karly's care has been entrusted to Campbell-Plumly-Milburn Funeral Home, 319 N. Chestnut Street, Barnesville, Ohio.