July 24, 1963 – December 22, 2020
Robin Ann Lupp, of Bradenton passed away on December 22, 2020 the age of 57years. She was born on July 24, 1963 in Bossier City, Louisiana. Robin was a loving wife, devoted mother, beloved sister, caring aunt, and a friend to anyone she came across , and a lover of all things animals. Robin was an associate of the Palmetto Walmart for almost 20 years and enjoyed greeting and helping every single perosn who walked threw the doors. Robin was and active particapant with relay for life, and Frequented Disney as a passholder. She was a lover of all kinds of music and could always be seen singing and dancing her way threw life, She is deeply loved and tremendously missed. She is survived by her Husband Patrick Michael Lupp, Children Travis Alan Lupp, Patrick Edward Lupp, Samantha Ann Lupp, Granddaughter Finley Jude Lupp. Sister Sari Laws of Oklahoma City, Ok. Brother Anthony Robbins and wife Heather of Buffalo, NY . Sister Teri DiBella. Brother Russel Polk Robbins Jr and wife Jessica and sister Kellye Frederick and husband Tim all from Manatee county. As well as neices and nephews Leah Logan, Ryan Logan, Justin Robbins, Cole Robbins, and Landon Robbins. She is preceded in death by her Mother Carla Jean Haase, Father Russell Polk Robbins, Daughter April Ann Lupp. Gathering will be held on January 16, 2021 from 1pm to 2pm at the Robert Toale &Son’s Funeral Home at Palms Memorial Park, 170 Honore Ave, Sarasota, Memorial Service to follow at 2pm, Burial will be private for family only at the Palms Memorial Park. Robert Toale & Sons Funeral Home is entrusted with final care.
Saturday, January 16, 2021
Saturday, January 16, 2021
January 17, 2021
Truly one of a kind. A blessing from God. You have left so many memories Forever in my heart. Love you my Robin, Robin.
January 16, 2021
Teri, So sorry for your loss.
Rusell and Don
January 15, 2021
January 12, 2021
This is one of my favorite photos of young Robin. She had such a great personality and imagination at that age. Always a smile and a wonderful laugh.
Robin grew up to be such a loving caring wife, mother, and sister and was a great friend to many. Love you sweet Robin Ann. God Speed and welcome home.
Donnia Donnie Emhoolah
January 10, 2021
Well Robin was my lil sister for a while. We met when she moved to her dad's house. I always thought that she was such dingy girl. Lol She was always making us laugh n I was always making her cry. Lol One time Sari n I woke her up by yelling the ice cream man was coming! She sat up n rubbed her eyes n said where?! Lol pranks were big amongst Sari, Robin n I. Haha sometimes we would argue over something that would make her upset n cry. But we always made up n apologized to each other. She had the most awesome feather bangs. I could never get my bangs to look like hers. as you can see in her obit photo. I'm gonna miss hearing from her on fb. That's how I found her again. That last time I ever saw her in person was in Albuquerque,NM in 1980? I was visiting my dad n I called her. We went out to eat n we visited for a while. So That's how I will always remember her. She will always be my lil sis n I will miss her smile dearly. Thank you Robin for being my friend n I miss your hugs. May God bless the family in this time of need. Sari, Rusty, Kelly, Terri, Tony I love you all ...and also Robins husband n her children.
January 7, 2021
My heart goes out to her family. Robin was the sister I never had. She taught me a lot and I will forever cherish the memories I have. She was a beautiful soul inside and out. Im going to miss her. I love you Robin, rest in peace.