Hi Joe. You may or not remember me, but I was a colleague of Robin's back when she worked at DNAP. I met you on a few occasions and once at a party at your house, if I recall correctly. Anyway, I just wanted to extend my condolences. Robin was once of the sweetest and most sincere people I have ever met. I was going through my bookshelf the other day and came across a book she gave me when you and her were leaving for North Carolina....just like her to give someone a gift when she was the one who was leaving. It was by Nikos Kazantzakis, one of her favorite authors (she mentioned that in her little note to me on the cover sleeve). I have never read it, but for some reason it has always found its way among my possessions over the years. I think it's time to read it. I only bring this up because I hadn't heard of her passing until today and was a bit taken aback by the coincidence. Again, I'm sorry for your loss and hope that this message reaches you at a better time. Mark Harpster (Wyoming)
Joe, I did know the beautiful woman in the picture, but recognized your name and saw that she was yours. I am sorry and saddened by your loss.
Joe - I was so very sad to hear about Robin and wish you and your son comfort and peace.
Pat Miller Verner
Dear Joe and your son Jason,
That picture of Robin is wonderful indeed. I know she has supported your family in such a great way throughout the years. Nancy and I pray to support Robin as best we can. So sorry that she had to go away...best regards, Prescott and Nancy
Dear Joe and Jason,
Please know that you are in my heart and thoughts. I love the photograph of Robin that you chose. It captures her beauty, intelligence, warmth, and courage. What a wonderful family!