ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Robin Phifer. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Chris Hyman on February 20, 2021
I first met Robin when in Hawaii in 2012. She was visiting her son Paul, who lived on the North Shore of Oahu. I lived in Waikiki and had only a moped for transportation. I first saw Robin on the Plenty of Fish singles site: I hoped someday to meet a woman for a long term relationship. Her photo struck me, not only because she's such an attractive woman, yet she looked pretty silly wearing long pants on the beach in Hawaii ? She was geographically not an ideal prospect, because you can't really drive a scooter from Waikiki to the North Shore !
Regardless, we exchanged a few emails, chatted a bit and enjoyed allot in common. She also plays guitar and was interested to learn a new song I had just perfected: Toes, by the Zac Brown Band. After some time, I felt very intrigued by her warm and fun personality. Flustered though, because her location was far from my home. On my birthday, June 18 of 2012 I threw caution aside and asked her on a date: I wanted a fun birthday ! I sent a limo to pick her up and for us to share a sunset dinner cruise. The driver was charmed by Robin, as most people are, and felt protective of her for this first meeting and date ! He was a huge local and made sure to check me out and ensure that she would be safe. We had an amazing first date and I was entirely smitten: I guess she was too. When the driver called to pick her up at 11 P.M, she asked him: One more hour ? Robin and I had been inseparable ever since then. Unusually we consistently worked together as a couple. Most couples would get on each other's nerves to be together all of the time: We were that compatible. I was the happiest man I know for nine years. I am so blessed to have enjoyed these years with Robin, yet distraught that she has passed, as I feel that half of me, is gone. She will always be in my head and heart.

Posted by Lani White on February 19, 2021
The world has lost a sweet, gentle, loving soul in Robin! Those of us who got to know her were BLESSED!! XO
Posted by Heather Gustafson on February 18, 2021
All the love in the world. I regret not knowing more of you. More of my family. My God-mother. My aunt. May your story live on in all of us.

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Posted by Chris Hyman on February 20, 2021
I first met Robin when in Hawaii in 2012. She was visiting her son Paul, who lived on the North Shore of Oahu. I lived in Waikiki and had only a moped for transportation. I first saw Robin on the Plenty of Fish singles site: I hoped someday to meet a woman for a long term relationship. Her photo struck me, not only because she's such an attractive woman, yet she looked pretty silly wearing long pants on the beach in Hawaii ? She was geographically not an ideal prospect, because you can't really drive a scooter from Waikiki to the North Shore !
Regardless, we exchanged a few emails, chatted a bit and enjoyed allot in common. She also plays guitar and was interested to learn a new song I had just perfected: Toes, by the Zac Brown Band. After some time, I felt very intrigued by her warm and fun personality. Flustered though, because her location was far from my home. On my birthday, June 18 of 2012 I threw caution aside and asked her on a date: I wanted a fun birthday ! I sent a limo to pick her up and for us to share a sunset dinner cruise. The driver was charmed by Robin, as most people are, and felt protective of her for this first meeting and date ! He was a huge local and made sure to check me out and ensure that she would be safe. We had an amazing first date and I was entirely smitten: I guess she was too. When the driver called to pick her up at 11 P.M, she asked him: One more hour ? Robin and I had been inseparable ever since then. Unusually we consistently worked together as a couple. Most couples would get on each other's nerves to be together all of the time: We were that compatible. I was the happiest man I know for nine years. I am so blessed to have enjoyed these years with Robin, yet distraught that she has passed, as I feel that half of me, is gone. She will always be in my head and heart.

Posted by Lani White on February 19, 2021
The world has lost a sweet, gentle, loving soul in Robin! Those of us who got to know her were BLESSED!! XO
Posted by Heather Gustafson on February 18, 2021
All the love in the world. I regret not knowing more of you. More of my family. My God-mother. My aunt. May your story live on in all of us.
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Shared by Chris Hyman on February 15, 2021
I first met Robin when in Hawaii in 2012.  She was visiting her son Paul, who lived on the North Shore of Oahu.  I lived in Waikiki and had only a  moped for transportation.  I first saw Robin on the Plenty of Fish singles site: I hoped someday to meet a woman for a long term relationship.  Her photo struck me, not only because she's such an attractive woman, yet she looked pretty silly wearing long pants on the beach in Hawaii ?  She was geographically not an ideal prospect, because you can't really drive a scooter from Waikiki to the North Shore !
Regardless, we exchanged a few emails, chatted a bit and enjoyed allot in common.  She also plays guitar and was interested to learn a new song I had just perfected: Toes, by the Zac Brown Band.  After some time, I felt very intrigued by her warm and fun personality.  Flustered though, because her location was far from my home.  On my birthday, June 18 of 2012 I threw caution aside and asked her on a date: I wanted a fun birthday !  I sent a limo to pick her up and for us to share a sunset dinner cruise.  The driver was charmed by Robin, as most people are, and felt protective of her for this first meeting and date !  He was a huge local and made sure to check me out and ensure that she would be safe.  We had an amazing first date and I was entirely smitten:  I guess she was too.  When the driver called to pick her up at 11 P.M, she asked him: One more hour ?  Robin and I had been inseparable ever since then.  Unusually we consistently worked together as  a couple.  Most couples would get on each other's nerves to be together all of the time: We were that compatible.  I was the happiest man I know for nine years. I am so blessed to have enjoyed these years with Robin, yet distraught that she has passed, as I feel that half of me, is gone.  She will always be in my head and heart.