Wilder Funeral Home


Robin Arlene Herriman

November 20, 1953April 23, 2021
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Robin Arlene Herriman, 67, of Lecanto, FL, went home to be with the Lord on Fri., April 23, 2021. A native of Plymouth Michigan, Robin was born Nov. 20, 1953 to Robert and Arlene (Thomason) Wallace, one of six children. Mrs. Herriman moved to Lecanto 18 years ago from Camden, Indiana and was a talented and gifted network systems engineer in the computer industry for a number of different insurance companies and school districts during her life, most recently for the Citrus County Chronicle. Robin was a faithful and devoted member of Grace Bible Church in Homosassa, where her love of music and talent for piano has led her to serving as choir director and song leader since her arrival in Citrus County. She loved interacting and talking with people and was adored for providing loving encouragement to those who knew her. A perfect day for Robin would not be complete without talking on the phone with her daughter Richelle. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her foster daughter, Bobbie Jo Mullins and a grandson, Larry Mullins. Mrs. Herriman is survived by her loving husband of 44 years, Raymond Herriman, Lecanto, FL; daughter Richelle LeAnn Carr (husband Brian), Wylie, TX; brothers Paul Wallace (wife Lynda), Traverse City, MI; Timothy Wallace (wife Tammy), Belleville, MI and Thomas Wallace, Grand Rapids, MI: sisters Renee Ferrell, Edgewater, FL and Ronda Stothers, Westland, MI; foster son-in-law Thomas Mullins, Houston, TX; grandchildren Meghann, Robbin Jo, Kalev, Nathan’EL and Michaiah; five nephews, six nieces, twelve great nieces and nephews, many loving cousins, aunts and uncles and her loving church family at Grace Bible Church. Robin’s Celebration of Life will take place on Friday, April 30, 2021 at 11:00 AM from Grace Bible Church, 6832 W. Green Acres St., Homosassa, FL 34446. Those who wish may join a live stream of the celebration by logging onto at 10:45 AM, click “Watch Service” to the right of Robin’s picture, enter the password Robin0557 and wait for the celebration to begin. In lieu of flowers, her family requests that memorial contributions be made in Robin’s name to Grace Bible Church. Wilder Funeral Home, Homosassa, Florida.


  • Robert Wallace, Father (deceased)
  • Arlene Thomason, Mother (deceased)
  • Bobbie Jo Mullins, Foster daughter (deceased)
  • Larry Mullins, Grandson (deceased)
  • Raymond Herriman, Loving husband of 44 years, Lecanto, FL
  • Richelle LeAnn Carr (Husband Brian), Beloved daughter, Wylie, TX
  • Paul Wallace (Wife Lynda), Brother, Traverse City, MI
  • Timothy Wallace (Wife Tammy), Brother, Belleville, MI
  • Thomas Wallace, Brother, Grand Rapids, MI
  • Renee Ferrell, Sister, Edgewater, FL
  • Ronda Stothers, Sister, Westland, MI
  • Thomas Mullins, Foster son-in-law, Houston, TX
  • Robin is also survived by grandchildren Meghann, Robbin Jo, Kalev, Nathan'EL and Micaiah; five nephews, six nieces, twelve great nieces and nephews; many loving cousins, aunts and uncles and her loving church family at Grace Bible Church, Homosassa, Florida.


  • Celebration of Life

    Friday, April 30, 2021


Robin Arlene Herriman

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Brenda Stokes

May 1, 2021

Ray and Family,
Your loss is heavy in my heart, at the same time Joy for Robin's being with Jesus now! My love, prayers are always with you.
I met Robin in 1975, I think it was. Uncle Olen, Aunt Gertie, Ray and Robin brought Grandma Herriman to my home in Florida City, for a winter visit. My first impression was one of inner joy and peace. She smiled and laughed at Ray's tree climbing antics (he wanted THAT orange).
Over the year's Robin became more than a 'cousin's wife', she became a friend - no matter what. She always spoke truth in love, no matter how hard it was to do. She was the example of what a Christian should be, in all ways. She will be missed, loved forever and one day we can fellowship again.

Linda Sargent (Long)

April 30, 2021

Thank you for a beautiful service! I have some wonderful memories of Robin and you Ray. It's been a long time, but it takes me back to those days at Hemlock Road Baptist Church. Hope to see you later this year in Michigan. Love you. Linda

Tiffaney Ingram

April 30, 2021

Jeremy and I are so sorry to hear about Robin. We are so blessed for the love that Robin had shared with us and our family. For many years that my two kids Tyler and Alyssa went to Awana's and received the word and love from Robin. She had so much love to give to everyone. I cherish every hug and talk that I got from her at church. Robin was a beautiful person inside and out. She will be dearly missed. Prayers for pastor Ray and the family. We love yall ❤

Dan and Wanda Hamblin

April 30, 2021

Dan and I are so sorry to hear about your loss. Hope this time of sorrow is also filled with memories and thoughts of your years together. We will be praying for you and the family. Know that Robin is rejoicing in heaven this very day. God Bless all of you. In our thoughts Ray.

Wanda Hamblin

Ronda Stothers

April 29, 2021

It has taken me the last 6 days to be able to sit down and put into words how hard it has been to loose my older sister Robin who I call Boo. She meant the world to me. Not only as a sister, but as the only connection to family that I have had since our mom's passing.

Robin was .....
Always just a phone call away to talk.
Always the one I turned to for advice.
Always there when I needed help.
She never judged, or questioned.
She just held out her arms and comforted in a way only a sister can.

Someone once told me you can breathe your way thru anything,
But what they failed to tell me or prepare me for was trying to breathe at all thru the loss of my sister.
Breathing doesn’t come easy.
My only comfort is that she is with our mom now , healed of all pain, and living with Jesus.
We all can find Praise in that !


April 29, 2021

My dear childhood friend. So glad we had reconnected in the past few years!
I know we will see each other again in heaven!! Miss you always!

Jared Stothers

April 29, 2021

It’s hard to lose someone who meant so much to all of us, and even harder that we can’t all be together to say good-bye. My Aunt Robin blessed so many people with her faith and kindness. I felt the comfort of her spirit on 04/25/2021 when I proposed to Paige. I know that you will continue to be with us in everything that we do. I love you. I am also praying that everyone including our family finds comfort in their memories of her and in the knowledge that others are missing her, too.

Psalm 34:18
The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.

Thomas A Stockwell

April 29, 2021

We loved you very much Rodim

Marjorie Hoenicke

April 28, 2021

Ray, Robin and Richille were our neighbors for a few years when Ray was pastor of East Marion Baptist Church. They were good neighbors to us. Robin and I were members of Extention Homemakers of MSU.
When they came to Deckerville, I brought them a welcome gift of baked goods. Later, Robin baked us the best Appple pie we has ever had. Her secret ingredient was adding cinnamon hot candies to the apple filling. I hope she wouldn't mind me giving away her secret to the best appke pie.
We were very sad to hear of her passing. Our deepest condolences to Ray and Richilke and family.
Eternal rest grant unto Robin, Oh Lord and may perpetual light shine upon her. Amen!
Hugs to the family.
Bill & Marge Hoenicke

Randy & Janet Herriman

April 28, 2021

Love is a gift of God – Robin has always been loved by God
You will miss her but God also love you