Taryn Bailey Black born in Canon City, CO. January 17, 2001 to Kelly and Kristie Black. Became an angel March 18, 2022 at the age of 21.
From the time Taryn was born she had a love for animals especially horses and dogs. She was always trying to bring a new dog, goat, rabbit or cat home and usually got her way.
She loved riding her pony Dusty and her cousin's horse Bunny or papa’s horse Babe. She had a natural ability for riding. She was a member of the Colorado Rebels Riding Club where she won many ribbons for her gymkhana events.
In 2006 she moved to Ely, Nevada where she met a host of friends.Most of those friends were more like family. She was active in T-ball and Cloverbuds 4-H Club. She was involved in horsemanship and at the fair was able to show her cat Poncho in the cat show. She loved helping with the 4-H concession stands and any fundraiser she could. In 2010 she and her family moved back to colorado for a short time. In 2011 they moved to Spring Creek Nevada. She played volleyball, softball, and was a member of the Junior high rodeo club. She made many friends. Taylar Pommeraning and Kayanna King, were her best friends until Taryn’s passing.
In 2015 she moved to Jane. MO. There she worked with her mom at an off road park and campground. She cleaned the cabins,helped with the check-in and cooked. Everyone loved her burgers and her.
In 2020 she met the man she was going to marry Timothy Dylan Robinson. And in September 2021 she welcomed her first and only child.
In Taryn’s short amount of time here on this earth she impacted so many people with her infectious laugh, her beautiful smile and huge heart.
Taryn is survived by her parents Kelly and Kristie Black of St. James, MO. grandparents Don and Alethea Valdez of Canon City, CO. and Harvey Black of Perry Oklahoma. son Tucker James Robinson, brother Trey Black and Montana Knudsen of Liberal, KS. sister Teagan Black of St. James, MO.
She is also survived by her auntie Kim and uncle Jimmy Fazzino,
uncle Rob and aunt Heather Black, and aunt Teri and uncle Brad Fite. Cousins Evan, Trent and Hunter Black, Kayla Holmes and Amanda Fields and families. She was also survived by her first best friend and special cousin Raquel Fazzino and a number of other family and friends.
Taryn was met at the gates of heaven by her grandma Ruth Fern Black, and her great grandmother Gertrude Valdez