Bianca was an amazing young woman with a bright future and true potential.
In her early years, she attended A Touch of Class dance studio where she danced for 11 years. She also spent time playing basketball, soccer, and cheerleading.
While at Rustin, Bianca was a member of the Black Student Union. She received several awards including Knights with Character, one from the Black Student Union and was on the Honor Roll for all four semesters her senior year.
Bianca was employed at White Horse Village Retirement Community in Newtown Square, PA for the past three years as a Dietary Aide, where she was well liked by the residents and staff.
Drawing was her passion as well as her love for children.
Bianca was a deeply caring and compassionate woman who had aspirations of “saving the world.” If you didn’t have a place to stay she would sleep in the car with you and go so far as to give you the shirt off her back.
We have tried to provide for you a view of her life through pictures…
A Vision For Bianca
Bianca Roberson’s life was not lived in vain. Bianca was a generous spirit and in the same vein, we envision sharing her generous spirit with other youth. The vision of this foundation is to honor her legacy by actively being involved in the community.