Hanes Lineberry Funeral Home

515 North Elm Street, Greensboro, NC


Robin Ann VanPelt

August 12, 1967July 7, 2019

Robin VanPelt, 51 of High Point, NC died peacefully July 7, 2019 at Moses Cone hospital surrounded by her family. A Mass of Christian burial will be at 11 AM, Monday July 15 at Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church in High Point. Visitation will begin at 10am. Robin was born August 12, 1967 in Elizabeth, NJ to George and Roberta VanPelt who survive her. Robin graduated from Pennsville Memorial High School in 1985. She graduated from the University of Delaware where she received a B.S. in Early Childhood Education. Her love for learning continued when she received her Masters degree in Speech & Language Pathology from Temple University. Robin was employed with Cheshire Speech and Language Center in Greensboro and was passionate about working with young children. She was a bilingual therapist who made time for everyone. You would find her visiting various childcare centers, but mostly her “kids” were found at Head Start in Asheboro. In her twenties Robin began her battle with various health issues but never complained and showed strength in the face of adversity. She underwent a heart transplant on July 4, 1999 and remained grateful for her amazing gift every day. Robin was born to advocate for children and their education. She had a generous soul who always gave more of herself than asked. She loved her family especially her nieces and nephews. Every year she would look forward to planning their annual trip to Disney. Robin loved to travel and was always planning “the next trip”. In addition to her parents who reside in Greensboro, she is survived by her sister, Jill (Craig) Gaccione of Asheboro; nieces, Olivia and Julia Gaccione; nephews, David and Dawson Anderson of DE; aunt and uncle, Mary & Ron Kwadecius of New Jersey. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions in Robin’s memory may be directed to Camp Kesem, 10586 W. Pico Blvd., #196, Los Angeles, CA 90064. Online condolences may be offered at www.haneslineberryfhnorthelm.com. Hanes-Lineberry N. Elm chapel is assisting the VanPelt family.


  • George and Roberta Million VanPelt, Parents
  • Jill Gaccione and husband Craig, Sister
  • Olivia and Julia Gaccione, Nieces
  • David and Dawson Anderson, Nephews
  • Mary and Ron Kwadecius, Aunt & Uncle

  • Camp Kesem


  • Visitation Monday, July 15, 2019
  • Mass of Christian Burial Monday, July 15, 2019


Robin Ann VanPelt

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Kimberly Smith

July 15, 2019

I knew Robin over 20 years, she was such a loving and caring person. She always wanted to help. Robin was known for providing coats and any others items that our families at Head Start may need. Robin will be missed dearly at RCS Head Start and our love and prayers extend the family and friends of Ms. Robin. ❤️

Jill Melnick

July 15, 2019

Dear Mr and Mrs VanPelt,
I am so very sorry for the passing of your beautiful daughter Robin. I have so many fond memories of her. From her waving Jilly and me off as we went to Acapulco on Spring Break to seeing her with her nieces Liv and Jules at the beach. She lived her life well and made a positive impact on many. She was so loved by family and friends. We will all miss her. My deepest condolences to you both.
Jill Melnick and family

Audrey Lattz

July 14, 2019

Robin's depth of caring, compassion, level headedness and willingness to help are traits for which to strive. Her strength and courage were an inspiration. She is greatly missed.

Elsie Wright

July 14, 2019

I met Robin at ECDC. She was a sweet caring person. Prayers for your family. She will truly be missed.

Karla Moses

July 14, 2019

I'm so sorry for your loss. Praying for her family and all the little children she served. She will be greatly missed.

Kate Raftery

July 13, 2019

Robin was my supervisor for my CF year while at Cheshire and so loved by all of her coworkers and children she worked with- she always made sure to check in on everyone- students and coworkers alike, and was adored by all. She was an amazing clinician, supervisor, and friend that was a true example of kindness, perseverance, and love. Thank you, Robin, you will truly be missed. I will always hold you in my heart as I continue to help others as you did as a SLP. <3

Meghan Miles

July 13, 2019

Our deepest condolences for all of the family. We send prayers of strength in this time of need. May God bring peace to your hearts. With Love,
Meghan, Chuck & family

Cindy Abbott

July 12, 2019

I met Robin on my first day working at Cheshire. After only a few moments chatting, it seemed we had been friends for some time. She will be greatly missed by the Cheshire family and the children that she served and loved. She was a special lady and our profession has lost a great SLP!

Linda Cerchiaro

July 12, 2019

Roberta, George, Jill and families,

Russ and I want to send you all our love and prayers during this sad and difficult time. Robin was a beautiful, caring, talented and "strong" woman. She will be remembered in our hearts forever. We are so sorry for your loss and hope you find the strength in the many memories of such a "wonderful" daughter. Although we are miles away, know that we are thinking of you all and sending our love and prayers.
Stay Strong......
With love,
Cousins Linda & Russ

Geralyn Wyatt

July 12, 2019

To my dear friends Roberta & George,

I am so heartbroken for the loss of your beautiful Robin. She was such a wonderful girl . So caring & fun loving.

Just know that she is in the arms of the Angels & will never be forgotten but will be missed by all.

God bless your family.