Gorsline Runciman Funeral Homes

205 E Washington, DeWitt, MI


Robin Lou Kosloski

March 5, 1955November 1, 2019

Robin Risk Kosloski, age 64 of Lansing Michigan was born March 5, 1955 and passed away November 1, 2019. She was preceded in death by her mother, Rosalie Foreman; grandparents, Don and Ira Risk, and Ken Warren and Gertrude Lucas.

Robin was a 1973 graduate of Everett High School, known to all as Risker. She married Jeff Kosloski Sr. on May 6, 1978. They were blessed with daughter, Jennifer Rose Kosloski and son, Jeffery (Autumn) Kosloski, Jr. She leaves behind father, Ronald (Kitty) Risk; brother, Rick (Marti) Risk; sisters, Ronda (Arthur) Kosloski and Renee Risk, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Anyone who knew Robin, knows that her greatest joy in life has been her two beautiful grandchildren, Nicholas and Jenna McGill. She was the most devoted, loving and caring wife, mother, grandmother, sister, sister-in-law and friend to many. She worked for General Motors Fisher Body Plant before retiring from Lansing Delta Township Plant and UAW Local 602 in 2009.

Robin had a passion for flowers and gardening since age fourteen, and enjoyed creating floral arrangements for loved ones. She was also an avid collector of salt and pepper shakers and blue glass. Being a lover of mother nature, she enjoyed bird watching, fishing and camping. In recent retirement years she loved the daytime soap operas and spending time with her sisters and many girlfriends. Her recent 40th anniversary trip with her husband to Mount Rushmore and the Badlands was a real treasure in her heart.

Robin was immensely proud of her family and leaves behind nothing but beautiful memories of her laugh and kindness. Many hearts…one family.

Cremation services provided by Gorsline Runciman Funeral Homes Dewitt Chapel. A celebration of life will be held on Saturday December 7, 2019 at 11am at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Lansing Michigan. Donations may be made to Bethlehem Lutheran Church.


7 December

Celebration of Life

11:00 am

Bethlehem Lutheran Church

549 E. Mt. Hope
Lansing, MI 48910


Robin Lou Kosloski

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Sue Kennedy

November 9, 2019

There are moments in life when you wish you could bring someone down from heaven. Spend the day with them just one more time, give them one more hug, hear their voice again or be able to kiss them goodbye. And one more chance to say I love you.

To my life-long friend of 56 years. I wish I could bring you down from heaven one more time to kiss you goodbye. You are very much a treasured part of my life and always will be, we have shared many wonderful memories together. I know your mother has her arms wrapped around you, and the two of you are having a glorious reunion. Give her a kiss for me. My heart goes out to Jeff, Jeffrey, Jennifer, Nicholas and Jenna. May you find comfort in the wonderful memories that you have with your wife, mother and grandmother. She loved you all very very much. Girlfriend, I'll see you again someday on the other side. Until we meet again, sweet dreams blood sister. Love and miss you terribly.

Michelle Buckland

November 7, 2019

When I was little we would go to Gun lake and I would hang out with Robin, Rhonda and Renee. It was always a good time. Robin always had a way to make you feel welcomed. Prayers for the family during this difficult time.
Michelle Buckland

Tammy Baumgardner

November 7, 2019

Dear Jeff,
I will never forget Robin and all of the fun we had so many years ago. Even though the past few years we only ever saw each other at Meijer we always had time to get caught up. She never changed, always Robin. A good friend I will miss. I'm so sorry for your loss.

Tammy Baumgardner

Nancy Tate

November 7, 2019

I have such fun memories of Robin. I too was at her slumber party, I think it went down in history as one of the best!! I am so grateful I ran into her this summer, but so sad our plan to visit Susie never happened. To her family I am so very sorry for your loss. She was truly a wonderful person and will be missed by many!!

Kenny Mike & Debbie Kosloski

November 7, 2019

We are very sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you and your families.

Carmen Beachnau

November 6, 2019

I met Robin in 7th grade at Walter French. She had the very first slumber party that many of her girlfriends attended. Her mom was a great entertainer and had us all laughing till our tummy’s hurt. From 7th grade on we hung out and did some really crazy things thru high school. After graduation we lost touch but last May she joined a group of us for dinner. It was sooo good to see her and she had me laughing just like the good ole days at Everett. God gained an angel, that’s for sure.