We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Location
Chloë Elise Drobniewski remains the best big sister; most loving daughter; enthusiastic and encouraging family member & friend. She was a bright, beautiful, talented, luminescent human being who never met a stranger. She genuinely brought joy and light to whomever she touched. Chloë was a rising young professional whose work ethic was unmatched. She loved sarcasm and often enjoyed following up a witty commentary with her signature infectious laugh. Her favorite things included elephants, owls, shopping, makeup, jewelry, perfume, shoes, fashion, the Steelers, music, and enjoying time with her friends and family. She was a proud graduate of Cocoa High School, where she thrived in orchestra, playing the cello, and viola. Chloë also played soccer at Cocoa High. She had taken college classes at Eastern Florida State, was an active member of the Cocoa Y, and liked to stop by her mom's office to say hello. Enjoying sunsets, family walks, beaches, Cocoa Village, and River Road were other favorite activities and locations enjoyed by our beautiful Chloë.
Chloë was proud of her unique and intricate tattoos and piercings, all representative of her favorite things and people. She was fearless and spirited, yet tender and sweet. Chloë never judged anyone and would go out of her way to make sure everyone was welcome and accepted. She had a special bond with children and the elderly, bringing them joy and making them, like everyone else, feel loved and supported. She wrote hand-written notes and posted messages of hope, humor, and heartache online via social media. Chloë was also known for her vibrant blue eyes and her gorgeous long hair, which was auburn and bespoke of her tough but sensitive heart and soul.
Chloë was a fighter. She fought on behalf of her friends and family, relentlessly loyal to and protective of those who mattered most. She fought very hard to maintain her sobriety. Her family and friends loved her unconditionally. We wish more than anything we could continue to support her next chapter here on earth, but the struggle was so hard for her beautiful heart. The family encourages anyone who would like to honor Chloë:
For those of you who tried to help her, we thank you.
For those of you who are struggling, please ask for help.
For those of you who wanted to help but didn’t know how, she knew you loved her.
For everyone who was touched by Chloë, please remember and emulate the best of her as a testimony to her impact through kindness and joy.
Thank you to everyone who was a part of her 28 years of life and her infinite legacy. A private family ceremony will be held.