Today I have written a paper in your loving Memory. "Amiga Siempre", as you always use to tell me.
Robin was a member of my Fellowship Circle at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. She was a delightful young woman who added so much to our discussions with great compassion and a lively wit. We enjoyed spending time with Robin and treasure the wonderful memories we shared. She is deeply missed by her friends in the Tuesday Morning Fellowship Circle.
My sweet Loving friend so kind and loving an exceptional human beign,your devotion to your children beyond measures. your death has ripped a piece of my heart I miss our daily talks your sweet loving kind words and how you always made me laugh with your contagious humor.My life is so lonely without you but I know you are in our Lords loving arms. You were not just a friend you were like the sister I never had ,My condolences to sue and the family.
I just learned of Robin's passing, and I am absolutely saddened. I got to know her at the unitarian universalist fellowship in Newport News, and she will absolutely be missed. We were in a circle together, and I so enjoyed her insight and energy. It seemed like she was on a new path in her life, and I'm so sorry her time here was short. She will be missed by me and many others at the fellowship.
Unbelievable. I first met your mother when she was younger, this was like 1982. Her guitar lesson was before mine, and I can still see her in her "hippie chick" clothes holding her guitar case, that big smile that made you smile. She later was going out with one of my friends, so I saw her now and then. Then I got married to one of her friends and distant cousin. We moved on Wood street and she lived next door, small world. Then we moved and she moved. She stopped over our house once or twice in the 90's when she came back to west pittston to visit. Still smiling and full of life. It looked like she had a great life from her photos on facebook, I just can't beleive it's true. God bless Robin. Peace and Love, Leo and Debi
Shocked to hear about the loss of one of my close friends from years back...very sad. Rest in peace Robin and my deepest condolences to Suzanne,Mark,Mickey,Marshall,Sophie, and extended family. Robin's memory and kind spirit will live on.
Robin always had a smile, a kind word, was a caring, generous and loving person who made friends with everyone. She encouraged me look at myself and was the inspiration for me to be a better person. I thank her for the positive changes that I am now making in my life.
To all of my "lil cuz"'s familiy...I only got to meet Micheal when you were about 4 yers old... Your mom caught up with me on FB, in which I do not really use, but she told me of her loving family & how proud she was of each of you. I grew up with her, & your grandparents were my God parents.The times we shared together were filled with fun & excitement, as she taught me(the backwards child)alot!! I am so heart broken to not have been able to see her before her departuture from this world.I put in a prayer request today @ our Church, the same one we grew up in, for all of you. Your mother/sister was so very "happy -go-lucky" since she was a kid.I will miss her deeply as I have missed her since she moved away from Pa.Suzanne, know that our whole family(Blockus's)are so sorry. God Bless all of you & to my Lil Cuz Robin.... I luv ya !!! & I will see you again . Your up there meeting my 3 little angels, & I expect you to care of them til one day when we all will be reunited. forever in my heart & memories.
Your Big Cuz Rebecca
Dear Mickey, Marshall and Sophie, I am so sorry for your loss. Know that the memories Polly and I have of playing with you all at your house, our house, the parks in Lewisburg will always stay in our hearts. I will miss your mom's laughter and kind heart.
Farewell my friend. May the angels carry you to heaven so your light may shine down upon us. God Bless.
So sorry to hear about Robin's passing...wonderful times of our teen years on Franklin St West Pittston and thrilled to catch up on facebook to watch her beam with pride about her son Marshall and daughter Sophie...God Bless you all
So shocked and saddened to hear of Robin's passing....wonderful memories of Franklin St WP and was grateful to reconnect with facebook watching her beam about the pride she had for her son Marshall and daughter Sophie...obviously a terrific Mom and person...Peace for all of you
So sad , rest in peace Robin.
The Sessions family is so sorry to hear of your loss. Robin was a lively, exuberant lady who always had a smile. We appreciate her willingness to open her house to Dillon. Marshall, we are thinking of you and your family and keeping you in our prayers.
Let light perpetual shine upon you, my dear friend. And may God's peace comfort Mark, Mickey, Marshall, and Sophie, Suzanne and Tim, and Heather and Tim. She loved her family fiercely, and was so proud of you all. I treasure the memories of our friendship over many years and miles, and will always remember her laughter on a sunny day at Sandbridge Beach.
Suzanne and Family,My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.I can remember Robin walking down Franklin Steet eating her" polylocket"(lollypop)....She was a joy to everyone she knew.God Bless
Many here is Asheville are deeply saddened to hear of your loss, our family sends it's deepest sympathy and loving thoughts to Marshall, Sophie, and Mickey and to all the rest of the family.......
Suzanne and Family,Our deepest sympathy to you and your family at this time of sorrow.I recall all the fun summer memories of the Franklin Street gang-Rest In Peace Robin.
My first memory of Robin is as a three year old standing on the porch of the Franklin Street house with her mother and grandmother. I can recall Robin at so many pivotal points in her life. There are so many memories that swirl through my brain and end in tears for her life filled with celebrations and disenchantment, accomplishments and complexity.
Michael, Marshall and Sophie there are no words that can ease the sting of losing your mother. Time lessens pain and offers us a perspective where we might gain insight; remember moments of joyfulness and nurturing and recall the woman who connected with you in a way impossible by any other person.
I will hold on to Robin's eccentricities and robust energy that defined her as the youngest sister, the sister-in-law, the mother and the confidante when my grief was unbearable.
Peace to the family. Peace to Robin.
My dearest high school friend ...my heart is broke... Thoughts and prayers Mickey Marshall Sophie and Family ...
Suzanne, so sorry to hear about Robin passing. Love and prayers to all of you.
You have my deepest sympathy. May good memories of Robin provide consolation for your family during this challenging time; and may God provide you with the assurance that you will see your loved one again in Paradise. John 17:3
Suzanne and Tim, I'm so sorry about the loss of Robin. I haven't seen her since you all left NEPA, but have stayed connected online. It must be hard to lose another sister, Sue, I wish we could share a hug....
Margo Taylor: Hold on to the good memories. Trust God to heal and comfort you.
My heart breaks for Mickey, Marshall and Sophie. I have known Robin my whole life. Her and my mother have been very good friends for many years. I am honored to have had the chance to meet such a vibrant and amazing woman. Robin, I love you dearly. You will be missed always and forever.
Marshall, Sophie and Mickey,
I am so sad that your time with your mother was cut short. She was so devoted and supportive of the three of you. She always seemed tireless to me when it came to making sure you had what you wanted and needed. She was so proud of all of you. I will never forget the wonderful memories of the time we shared in Lewisburg and my visits with you in Ashville and Newport News. Your mom made everything seem special and worth celebrating. She was a beautiful and brilliant human being who never quite believed that about herself. But, I believed and I hope that is how you remember her too. Much love to all of you. I hope you find peace in the good memories you shared. Remember that grief is the gift that lets us know we loved and were loved.
Mark, Suzanne, Timothy, Tim and Heather I also extend my heartfelt sympathies to you. I know the loss of Robin in your life will leave a void that can't be filled. She really was one-of-a-kind.
Our girls played together when they were in elementry school, I always admired Robin for her zest for life and her outlook on life. I was so saddened to hear that she passed away. My thoughts and prayers are with her family. Beth Douglass, Asheville N.C
I will so miss my passionate, vibrant,unique and wildly colorful friend. May I never forget her energy, wit, kindness, support, compassion and brilliance. She was one of the brightest souls I have known. My heart goes out to Mickey, Marshall and Sophie for your immense loss. My deepest condolences.
I am so saddened to hear about Robin. We Graduated high school together. We grew up and played together in the same neighborhood when we were young. Robin and I reconnected on Facebook after many years and shared our thoughts, stories and our families. My heart is broken for her beautiful family. My thoughts and prayers will be with all of you. God Bless.