It appears Robin had a full successful life-educator, wife, mother, grandmother. While I hate the loss of Robin especially so close to our reunion, I am happy for her and those who loved her so much.
Lee, I am stunned to find out about your loss of Robin. I lost Pat 10 years ago next month and I have some idea of the huge void that will be in your life and the range of emotions that will be ahead of you. Your many wonderful memories will bring you some comfort but being alone is a difficult trail a good bit of the time. My thoughts and prayers go with you. I will be with you in spirit tomorrow and my home is always open for some golf and time together. Mike
I began school at Candler Street School in 1952. Robin was a class mate for the next 12 years. Robin was beautiful, smart and kind. I am so thankful that she had life filled with wonderful family and friends. She deserved them.
Nothing on this earth can replace her loss. Robin will want her loved ones to carry on! Robin will always be in their hearts. The class of 1964 will always remember her. Thank you Robin for those memories.
So sorry to hear of your wife's death.
Sandra Dwelle Skelton
Lee, Lee and Anne,
We are deeply saddened by Robin's sudden death. I have so many wonderful memories of growing up just a short walking distance from her home, and all the great adventures and escapades of those years through elementary, junior high, and high school. I loved catching up with her for a little while at Furman when we were there for parents' weekend one year with our boys, and loved having Lee at the beach with a group of those sweet Furman boys one summer. We pray for peace and comfort for your family. Please know that you are in our thoughts and that we share your loss.
Blessings, Cheryl McElveen