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June 3, 1964 ~ July 30, 2023 (age 59) 59 Years Old
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It is with extreme sadness and heartache that we announce the passing of our sweet Momma, Robin Gayle Verbeek at the tender age of 59.
Robin was born in Chatham, Ontario on June 3, 1964, she passed away peacefully on July 30, 2023 with her family by her side. Robin is survived by her loving husband Dale, her son Chad (Tenise), grandson Weston and her daughter Shania (Dustin). Her sisters Tammy, Tina (Stephen) and Shelly (Mark). Her mother-in-law Elisabeth, her brother and sister in-laws along with numerous nephews, nieces and great nephews and nieces. Robin’s memory will also be cherished by many wonderful friends that have become family over the years.
Robin is predeceased by her daughter Cheyanne, her mother Joanne, her father Roy, her step father Ernie, her brothers-in-law Ron and Keith, her nephew Brett and her father-in-Law, Jim.
Robin had a passion for life like none other, she lived for her family and friends. Robin’s most cherished role was being a mother and wife, both roles in which she poured her heart and soul into it. She strived to live every second to the fullest, always making the most out of all of her life experiences. Robin will be remembered for her beautiful laugh and smile, her fierce personality, and loving nature. Robin had many passions including; baking, traveling, gardening, snow skiing, water skiing, wake surfing and of course spending time with her family and friends.Above all, she dedicated much of her life working with children which was one of her greatest passions. Over the years, she touched the lives of many students she worked with. She will be remembered for her vibrant personality and zest for life. Robin will be sorely missed and will forever be in our hearts. She will live on in all the people she has connected with and inspired throughout her life.
In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the Stollery Children’s Hospital or Haying the 30’s.