"My sister babysat for them first and from there I started babysitting and I just got really close with them," said Taylor Bosch.
She's known Robert and his family for most of her life.
"He loves his cars and zombies. I gave him a hard time with his car and I'd always tell him it was his baby because he cared about it so much," said Bosch.
Robert also cared about his community. That's why Bosch wanted to turn this year's dodge ball tournament into a benefit for his family.
"He gave back so much to us and it's a privilege to be giving back," said Sarah McCrory.
She's helping plan the event. It's usually just a tournament for students, but this year they are asking the whole community to get involved.
"Knowing the family personally, I just know any help we can do, we are willing to pitch in," said McCrory.
"I feel like he will be really missed," said Bosch.
The fundraiser is still in the beginning stages of planning. The only thing set is the date which is November 10. We'll make sure to keep you updated on the other information.