OBITUARY

Robin Anderson

Passed away on November 1, 2012

Robin Anderson (Rymond)

Robin Rymond was born on June 12th, 1933, in Spokane, Washington. She passed away peacefully on November 1st, 2012, with family by her side. She is survived by her children, Molly Springer (Phil), Erika Anderson, Haze Anderson (Theresa), and JR Anderson; grandchildren, Andy, Maggie, Zachary, Mai, and Phuong; sister, Ann Tuling; nephew, Tom (Kari); niece, Helene, daughter-in-law Diane White, and lifelong friend, "Aunt Hedge" Buckley. She was preceded in death by her husband, Richard, and her daughter, Annie. Robin was a graduate of WSU where she became a Delta Gamma. She taught school at the Lighthouse for the Blind in New York before marrying Richard M. Anderson in 1958. Robin was a member of Opportunity Chrisitan Church and P.E.O. Mom was a devoted wife and mother who was a wonderful cook and who loved knitting and reading. She enjoyed many trips to the Oregon coast and Europe with Dad, and vacationing in Glacier National Park with her family. Services for Robin will be held in the summer of 2013 when family can all be present. Robin’s family would like to thank all the staff at St. Philomena’s AFH for their love, care, and support in the last four years, and, especially in her last days. We are grateful to Hospice of Spokane who assisted Mom in keeping her comfortable in the days just prior to her death. Memorials may be made to Hospice of Spokane and American Cancer Society.

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Robin Anderson

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Sherri Madison

April 22, 2013

Dear Erika and Anderson family. My thoughts are with you all. I have so many wonderful memories at the Anderson home,,,Dick playing and singing Robin cooking and reading, It was always a little crazy and very welcoming. My life has been made richer by being a friend, Thank you Robin and Dick for welcoming me so warmly. Sherri Manuel Madison, Greeley CO

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