This memorial website was created as a way for family and friends to share photos, videos, and our fondest moments in memory of our loved one, Asia Robertson. Please feel free to leave a tribute to Asia: upload photos, videos, light a candle, lay a flower, or leave a note. 
We will remember and celebrate Asia forever.

Asia Imani Robertson affectionately known as “Tutu” and “Happy” was born to her parents Dominique Robertson (Johnson) and Aaron Harrington at Providence Hospital in Washington, D.C. on August 17, 1995. God sent down His angels to reclaim His daughter on Friday, April 29, 2022.

Asia graduated from Frederick Douglass High School in Upper Marlboro, MD in 2013. In 2015, Asia received her Medical Assisting Certificate from Fortis College in Landover, MD.

Throughout Asia’s life, she was a brave, strong, and resilient young woman who never allowed her health issues to stop her from enjoying life. Asia was always smiling and spread her love and joy to everyone she crossed paths with. Despite struggling with health issues throughout most of her life, Asia was a nurturer and took great pride in looking after and caring for her loved ones. She played an instrumental role in helping to raise her younger sisters, India and Sydney, who meant the world to her.

Asia was a kind and loveable young woman with a great sense of humor. Nothing was more important to her than spending quality time with family and close friends. Asia had a passion for art - she had recently started drawing and coloring again. She absolutely loved singing karaoke, and enjoyed listening to 90s R&B music, playing with, and babysitting her young nephews and cousins, watching reality TV, and going out for a good steak dinner. 

Asia leaves to mourn her mother, Dominique Johnson; fathers, Aaron Harrington and Mister Johnson (Dominique Johnson); sisters, India and Sydney Johnson, Lakia Harrington, Aeisha Harrington, Shauntae Alleyne, Avia and Aleisha Moore, Sade Montivero, Shana and Shanell Green, Brenay Fombay, Karrera Mahoney, Chiquita Smalls, Mistie Smallwood (preceded in death), Christie Smallwood-Green and brothers, D’Aunte and Armani Jones, Amari Jenkins (preceded in death), and Aaron Rucker; as well as a host of nieces, nephews, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins and extended family and friends. 

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My letter to Asia

My dearest Asia,

From the moment you were born, I was always your biggest admirer and your number one fan. I was constantly in awe of your strength and courage. You never allowed yourself to be defeated despite the unfair odds stacked against you. You never wanted anyone to feel sorry for you and you persevered until you became too tired to keep fighting.

Anyone that met you saw how beautiful you were, inside and out. You took so much pride in caring for India and Syd - you loved them immensely - and it showed. You took care of me when I was ill and always made sure that Dadz was good. Family meant everything to you.

You were and forever will be my first heartbeat, my first born, my forever angel, my pride and joy.

Although nothing can fix my shattered heart or fill this void that your departure has left, I promise to keep your memory alive and spend my time celebrating the short time we had together instead of only mourning the time that we’ve lost.

Mommy loves you, forever and always, Tutu. Your fight is over. You can rest easy now.
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