LINER, ROBYAN GRACE (NEE LYNCH),
56, passed away peacefully at her home in Highland Beach, FL on February 19, 2013. A Mass of Celebration of her life will be held on Monday, March 11, 2013 at 2PM at Holy Family Catholic Church, 5125 So. Apopka Vineland Rd., Orlando, FL. Robyann was born and raised in Elizabeth, NJ. She was a graduate of Battin High School. Robyan relocated to Ridgefield, CT and then to Florida where she resided in Orlando and Highland Beach. She was co-owner of American Tours and Travel, Inc., along with her husband
Lawrence Liner. Robyan was an active supporter of the Make-a-Wish Foundation and
. She also was a volunteer for Hospice by the Sea. She loved to cook and bake. Robyan loved preparing Thanksgiving dinner and spending the holidays with her family in New Jersey. Robyan was predeceased by her parents Rose (nee Triano) and Edward Lynch). She leaves to mourn her loving and devoted husband Lawrence Liner, the true love of her life. They were married in Ridgefield, CT on Thanksgiving Day in 1984 and were married for 28 years.
Robyan is survived by her step-son and his wife, Russell and Dayann Liner; her grandchildren Anna, Dean and Royce of Stamford, CT and step-daughter Jessica Liner of Stamford, CT. Robyan is also survived by her sisters and their husbands, Sharon and Michael Stas of Flemington, NJ; Deborah and
Michael Usa of Whitehouse Station, NJ; Janet and Gregory Kolibas of Whitehouse Station, NJ; brothers, Joseph Santillo of Pawleys Island, SC; Edward of Elizabeth, NJ and William of Linden, NJ.. Robyan leaves to cherish her memory, her beloved goddaughter and niece Jennifer Stas of Flemington, NJ; her beloved nieces and nephews, Caitlin Kolibas of Whitehouse Station; Holly Lynch, Ian Lynch, Peter and Isabel Morgan all of Elizabeth, NJ; Kimberly and Scott Meninger of Groton, MA; Joseph Santillo of Cambridge, MA and Kristen and Brian Carson of Brooklyn, NY; three great-nephews, Peter
Morgan, Christian Meninger, and Jacob Carson. Also her best and most beloved friend of 25 years
Jenee Masterson. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to