Robin Denny was born on February 28, 1957, in Corona, California. She went to be with the Lord and Savior on July 19, 2022, in Amarillo, Texas at the age of 65.
Memorial service in honor of her will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, July 23, 2022, at Lighthouse Funeral and Cremations Services located at 3707 Wolflin Ave, Amarillo, TX 79102.
Robin attended Tascosa High School and raised two children, as well as helped raise her three grandchildren. She enjoyed doing crafts and was good at drawing, painting and sewing. She loved Rock and Roll music and Harley’s.
She is preceded in death by her mother, Constance Denny; her father, Charles Denny, and her sister, Gretel Brookes.
She is survived by her son, Matthew Denny of Amarillo; her daughter, Rachel Johnson of San Marcos, Texas; her sister, Bernice Denny of Amarillo; her two brothers, David Denny and Derrix Denny both of Amarillo; three grandchildren, Benjamin Moore, Jozalynn Moore and Brookelynn Moore all of San Marcos, Texas and several nieces and nephews.
Robin and I use to work together we use to laugh and have a good time giving them Hell together she made my day and She always listened while I would cry on her shoulder about watever it was that day I needed to vent about. We didn’t speak a lot after that job but she was and will be remembered in my heart ❤️
I have so many memories from growing up and having you as an Aunt that I could sit for days replaying those memories and smiling . Be free and dance with the Angels for this isn’t Good bye but until we see each other again in Heaven . RIP Aunt Robin I love you ….
Robin was one of my best friends. We have so many memories some good some bad noatter what the situation she was always there for me.i will miss until we meet again .you are now reborn and healthy and young and beautiful,pain free. Now you go soar with the Angels .R.I.P. my friend.you will be missed by many love you
I love you Robin, I’m so sorry I couldn’t be there for your glorious journey to Heaven,please forgive me COVID beat me up. You will be in my thoughts and most of all my heart. My heart and soul already miss you so much. Love you R.I.P.
You always did alot with us as children and adults, but one I especially enjoyed was watchin our soap operas together for basically my entire life.. sometimes it was just us or just us, Rachel and my mom.. and sometimes it was a big group.. I cherish those days and the days of everybody just laying in the and swimming those were always best times when we all just connected and laughed, cried, and sometimes yelled. There’s too many times to count.. all the trips to the lakes we took and Palo Duro Canyon and the singular vacation I ever went just you me and my dad went almost to every place in New Mexico.. also, I love crafts and thrift stores that had to have came from you!! You meant more than you could have ever known to me.. Love Always, Shalene