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In loving memory of
Robin Steinke
  • April 25, 1967
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  • November 10, 2020

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Robin Denise Steinke, age 53, passed away on November 10, 2020.  She was a beloved daughter, sister, aunt, cousin, great aunt, and friend.  Her generous heart and loving spirit will be missed by all who knew and loved her. 

Robin loved spending time with her family, especially celebrating holidays and birthdays. She loved gardening, especially tending to her young tangerine and lemon trees.  Her mischievous and playful spirit, lively sense of humor, and genuine joy for life could always coax a smile or laugh out of her loved ones.  She took great pleasure in caring for her beloved dog Bee; she loved all animals with the one exception of her niece’s childhood horse Thunder. The story of Thunder knocking her down and chasing after her for his feed bucket is a treasured family memory.  She was devoted to her family and made them all so proud of her.

Robin was preceded in death by her parents, Robert Ward Steinke and Velma Lee Steinke(Howell).  She is survived by her sisters, Carolyn Ninman, Pamela Rodriguez (Marianito), and Beverly Spade(Donald).  Her niece Sandra McAmis (Thomas) and nephew Andrew Rodriguez( Kelli). Her nieces Brittany and Brooke, great nieces Amelia and Sadie,  nephew Marcus, and great nephews Jacob, and Noah. 

There will be a private family service on Friday November 20, 2020.  

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Service Dogs for Patriots,  4131 NW 13th St # 104 Gainesville, Florida 32609


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  1. Drew and Kelli Rodriguez says:
    20 Nov 2020
    Robin, we miss you terribly and know that there will always be a void since you are gone. Your witty comments and playful spirit always kept us on our toes. We are so proud to call you our aunt and will share our stories about you with Sadie. She will always know how much her Aunt Robin loved her. This world will be a little more dim without your smile and spirit but we are so thankful for the time we had with you. Always in our hearts.

  2. Linda lit a candle:
    17 Nov 2020
    Lit since November 17, 2020 at 11:40:10 AM

  3. Toni Merritt says:
    17 Nov 2020
    I met Robin when she came to help me do some yardwork. She was such a hard worker with a passion to always learn and to always please. I learned to rely heavily on her and loved to teach her about plants and planting; she just seemed to soak up everything I told her and would even text me to ask questions about different plants. I will miss her and her laughter as she seemed to be able to find the "funny" in everything. To her I was "snake killer". I have planted her favorite plant in front of my house in memory of Robin.

  4. Linda and Holly says:
    14 Nov 2020
    Peace and joy forever be yours in God's loving arms...Love you Always

  5. Michelle Spadavecchia says:
    13 Nov 2020
    Where do I even begin!?!?! There are so many memories... I will never forget the year your sisters brought your sack lunch to you at work and threw it at you and drove away leaving you shocked. I'm sure it was Sis's idea, Bev agreed, i think Sandy was driving and agreed, Pam probably felt bad, and they all came back around. I know my dad always enjoyed talking smack with you. I remember visiting with you while you were here and you telling me some of your crazy tales. We all love and miss you and know that you are giving your folks a big hug and enjoying catching up with them.

  6. Bee lit a candle:
    12 Nov 2020
    Lit since November 12, 2020 at 11:44:14 PM

  7. Sandy says:
    12 Nov 2020
    There really aren’t words to express the sadness I feel at your passing. I keep thinking of all the memories we shared. You tormenting me by hanging my dolls in the moose horns, Thunder the horse, the weird Christmas play we put on one year with you as Santa and me as a reindeer, riding four wheelers on the farm, and you scaring the crap out of me by hiding that old copy of Cujo in my stack of books, along with countless others. I’m also thinking of all the memories that were waiting to be made and am so sad that we’ll never get the chance. It may be good bye for now, but until we meet again, know that you were very much loved and will be missed for a lifetime. Rest easy and say hi to Nanny and Papa for me.

  8. Amelia McAmis says:
    12 Nov 2020
    Forever in our hearts

  9. Noah says:
    12 Nov 2020
    Fly high aunt Robin, the memories you gave me will never be forgotten

  10. Ninman Family says:
    12 Nov 2020
    We love you Robin Always & Forever

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