Robin Stephan

Robin L. Stephan

1955 - 2021

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Robin was an incredibly caring and giving person who would do anything for anyone; you did not even have to ask. She was a devoted wife, mother, sister, daughter, and friend. Born January 23, 1955, Robin called West Seneca, NY, her home for her entire life. She would marry her beloved Francis "Gary" Stephan and settle in West Seneca, raising their two sons Andrew and Adam. Robin was a devoted caretaker to Gary before his passing as well as to her two children. Robin also took fantastic care of her sister, Rhonda, acting as a second mother to her. When she wasn't caring for her family, Robin enjoyed spending time in the outdoors, taking camping trips with her family, chatting on the computer, painting ceramics, and practicing her calligraphy. Robin will be remembered dearly by all those who loved her. Stephan – Robin L. (nee Higgins), Age 66, of West Seneca, NY, went to Heaven August 12, 2021. Beloved wife of 45 years of the late Francis “Gary” Stephan; devoted mother of Andrew Stephan and Adam Stephan; loving sister of Rhonda Oakwood and Lesley (Norman) Waleszczak; beloved daughter of the late Robert and Dorothy Higgins; loving sister-in-law of Claudia (the late Chuck) Sodaro, Barbara (Robert) Balcerzak, and Joseph M. Stephan. Robin proudly worked for Royalite Lighting for 17 years. She also enjoyed camping, crafting, and caring for her family. Private service to be held by the family. Donations in Robin’s memory may be made to RSDSA: Supporting the CRPS Community. Online condolences may be shared at www.LakesideFuneralHome.com.
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