July 16, 1954 – July 27, 2020
Robin Gansler, age 66, of Lakewood, New Jersey passed away on Monday, July 27, 2020. Robin was born in Paterson and raised in Parsippany before moving to Old Bridge, Brick and Seaside Heights and finally settling in Lakewood for the past 6 years. She was a pivotal fund raiser for the Township of Old Bridge, earning numerous proclamations. Robin was a loving mother, grandmother, sister, and daughter and will be greatly missed by all. Her greatest joy was becoming a "Nana" to her grandchildren Connor and Elliana.
Robin is predeceased by her father Alfred and uncle, Murray.
She is survived by her children, Jonathan Gansler and his fiancée Jessica Curcio, and Elisha Gansler and her fiancé Bobby McGookin, grandchildren, Connor and Elliana, sisters, Helene Goodman and her husband Carl and Jill Flynn and her husband Steve, mother, Pearl Goodman and beloved Dachshund Shih tzu, Brownie.
Arrangements are under the direction of the D'Elia Funeral Home 1300 Vermont Ave., Lakewood, NJ 08701. Interment will take place at the King Solomon Cemetery in Clifton, NJ.
In lieu of flowers consider making donations in Robin's memory to Hope Sheds Light of Toms River, NJ at hopeshedslight.org
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.DEliaFuneralHome.com for the Gansler family.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Suzan Roselle McGlinch
August 2, 2020
Robin and I were like sisters. We "hoodlummed" all over Parsippany and other places together. Sister Helene and I worked in Lake Hiawatha Bakery together and when Robin and I locked eyes, that was it. I have many fond memories of my sister Robin that I do not know where to begin. She will always hold a very special place in my heart and I will love her forever. I will see you again Rob and we will continue with our "shananagins"!!!!! Love you, your sister, Suzie
July 30, 2020
Over 20 years ago, Robin took me into her home to stay for a couple months, when I had nowhere else to go while barely even knowing me and not with a lot of questions. She has a gentle soul, a heart warming woman, who would always put everyone's needs ahead of hers. An Angel. During that time Robin and I went to NY, to see my first and only Disney On Ice. I will never forget the laughs we had on the train ride there, the exhausting train ride home, but especially the joy on her face during the show. She really loved Disney on Ice. Thank you for this memory that I still to this day think about when I think Disney. Thank you friend.. You will be missed.