Stanley Sticks dead: UConn Stanley “Sticks” Robinson cause of death – obituary – tributes How did Stanley “Sticks” Robinso die? funeral plans.
- Died: July 21, 2020
- Age: 32 year old
- Cause of death: Stanley Sticks was found dead by his mother in his home in Birmigham, cause of death unconfirmed.
Former Huffman High School and UConn basketball standout Stanley “Sticks” Robinson found dead in his home in Birmingham on Tuesday. He was 32.
Stanley “Sticks” Robinson obituary, funeral arrangement, Cause of death
The family are yet to make public the obituary and funeral arrangements. We are unable to confirm the cause of death of the deceased at the time of this publication.
This post will be updated with more information as they are made available and public.
Stanley “Sticks” Robinson tributes
Family, friends and loved ones of the deceased have taken to their social media pages to share tributes, kind words and prayer.
Nicole McClure wrote;
This breaks my heart. Stanley was a student of mine way back when I was just a TA at UConn. He was a sweet kid – no ego even though he could have had a big one. I remember him squeezing into the tiny desks – he towered over me. To be honest, he was not a great student, but I don’t know he could have been. Their schedule was beyond demanding and he was a young player on a team at their peak. He tried as much as he cared to – basketball was obviously his life and that let him down over and over again. He had more struggles than any 19 year old should have had. Rest In Peace Stanley.
UConn Men’s Basketball wrote;
The UConn Basketball family grieves the loss of a great player and an even greater person, Stanley “Sticks” Robinson. Our thoughts and prayers are with Stanley’s family at this difficult time Folded hands
Rest In Peace, Sticks.
The UConn Basketball family grieves the loss of a great player and an even greater person, Stanley “Sticks” Robinson. Our thoughts and prayers are with Stanley’s family at this difficult time 🙏
Rest In Peace, Sticks. pic.twitter.com/ihm5z0h1OK
— UConn Men's Basketball (@UConnMBB) July 22, 2020
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