- 59 years old
- Date of birth: Feb 1, 1957
- Date of passing: Jul 7, 2016
|Let the memory of Robin be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Robin Westberg, 59, born on February 1, 1957 and passed away suddenly from Lupus and cancer in her home on July 7, 2016. She is the daughter of the late Vernon Eric Westberg. She is survived by her mother Maurena Edna Stevens of Fairfield, Ct. Two daughters, Tanya Draxler and Shannon Westberg and son-in-law Brian Draxler as well as seven loving grandchildren. She will be sorely missed by her siblings, Eric Westberg of New Jersey, Linda Osuch of Connecticut, Joyce Onufer of South Carolina, and Cyndi Detuzzi of Connecticut. Along with several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, in-laws and friends.
♡ She will be missed by many! ♡
Robin will be cremated by Luddy Cremation Care in New Britian. Family will hold a memorial at a later date. Date will be posted.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be sent to: Tanya and Brian Draxler 68 Southridge Drive Willimantic, Ct 06226
"I remember.Robin in my sister.Janice's sunday school class at .Salem lutheran church many years ago, our last name was Pasqua, I am sorry for your loss."
"I just heard last night about this. I am saddened! We came to Willimantic together in 1989 and I tried to find her house a few months ago. I am so sorry Tonya and Shannon. Sending my love and hugs right now. I pray to meet her again in heaven."
"Very sad she was a very nice person who will be missed by many people"
"Tanya, so sorry to hear the passing of your mom. I remember her from Willi Bowl. May she rest in peace. We will pray for you and your family in this time of sorrow."
"Tanya and Shannon I am so sorry for your loss. I just saw her a few weeks ago at ocean state and we sat there talking about the families and willi bowl. i am in shock right now. My condolences to your family."
"Dearest Robin, thank you for all the smiles and laughter you gave me last year when I was visiting up in Connecticut! If I got a penny for every one of them, I would be a very rich woman. I knew a lot about your suffering and wish I could have taken a portion of it away from you! You kept your spirits high even with all you were going through. We played so many games of dominoes with Heather and Linda and laughed and reminisced. Nobody can ever take those memories away from me... will see you someday at the Pearly Gates!"
"Even though I haven't seen Robin in many, many years, I have some really wonderful memories of her growing up. Especially in my early teens, she was always so kind to me and made me feel welcome and included, even though I was her much younger, shy, and somewhat awkward cousin. I remember many fun times camping on the Housatonic River and summertime at Beardsley Park and Seaside. I have beautiful memories of all and each of the Westberg side of our family – so many huge and fun family picnics and holiday celebrations - and my heart goes out to you all during this very difficult and sad time. Wishing you peace and sending lots of love. Rest in Peace Robin."
"My sister, I never told you how much joy you brought in my life. We spent time together and had so many memories brought up. I thank you for helping me out in a terrible incident. You made me smile . I will always love you, Robin."
"Robin was my friend and older cousin. I always looked up to her while growing up. We had a lot of fun together along the way. I especially remember playing school together with Robin and my sister Donna and taking turns being the teacher. We would explore the backyard of Aunt Maurena and Uncle Vernon's house and it was always a big adventure. As young adults we spent a lot of time together and I have many fond memories. Your life was way to short dear Robin, and I'm so sad to see you go. Sending love and condolences to all her family and friends. Debbie"
"Robin was my go to person to sing a song at my shows (Karaoke) she was always ready to sing, and she did pretty good. I'm going to miss that extreme energy and happiness she shared with me."
"Dear Aunt Robin.
One of my earliest and fondest memories as a little boy was catching fire flies outside your home with you and my cousins. A wonderful memory that I will always carry with me.
I know you loved Jesus and put your faith and trust in Him. I am confident that I will see you soon.
2 Peter 3:8-9 "But do not forget this one thing, dear friends: With the Lord a day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years are like a day. The Lord is not slow in keeping His promise, as some understand slowness. Instead He is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish, but everyone to come to repentance."
I will see you soon dear Aunt.
With all my love,
"Dear Family, I was so sorry to hear of Robin's passing. She fought through many battles here on earth and I feel that she is finally free of all of her pain and suffering. She will be so missed by so many. Keep her memories close and bring them out often. I love you all."
"I love you Mom...Forever and always ❤"
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