Dec. 21, 2005-June 18, 2021

A Celebration of Life for Aubrey Kate Roberts will be at 1 p.m. Friday, June 25 at Rose-Neath Funeral Home, 2201 Airline Drive, Bossier City. Visitation will be from 11 a.m. until service time. Interment will be at Centuries Memorial Park, 8801 Mansfield Road, Shreveport. Pastor Steve Riall will officiate services.

Aubrey was born Dec. 21, 2005, in Shreveport. She left June 18, 2021, to add her beautiful soul and a touch of spice to Heaven.

From the time that Aubrey Kate “Sister Girl” Roberts was born, there has never been another child that has radiated the amount of personality she had. It only took her seven years to realize that her full name was not “Aubrey Kate Come Here.” The only thing bigger than her personality, mouth, voice, and glare was her heart. She was passionate about animals, playing cards, popsicles and pickles, but most of all her family, especially her little brother, T.K.

Aubrey loved acting, singing, (if you were lucky enough to hear her), collecting turtles and being the queen of selfies.

She will be missed by so many family members and friends that were fortunate enough to be a part of her journey. They will even miss being corrected by her daily, whether they needed it or not. If there is a time out in Heaven, Aubrey and her Noni are probably sitting in the corner arguing over whose fault it was for being placed in time out.

Aubrey is preceded in death by her grandparents, Brenda “Noni” Williams and L.T. Harris Jr.

She is survived by her mother, Ashleigh Mulcahey, and father, Brian Mulcahey, and father, Willie Roberts; brothers, T.K. Roberts and Jake Roberts; grandparents, David Williams and wife Jana and Barbara Roberts and husban, Dwight; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and extended family.

Honoring Aubrey as pallbearers will be John Wesley Dennis, Mat Gates, Bryce Giddings, Robert McEachern, Michael Smith and Dustin Stoma.

“And so, the story goes on until we see you again. We will now start the process of filling the void inside of us all with wonderful memories of you. We love you and miss you always, Sister Girl.”