Robin Sue Evans, 64, of Kingston, NY, passed away on Wednesday, March 20, 2019. She was born March 16, 1955 in Kingston, the daughter of the late Arthur and Ardath (Thompson) Evans.
Robin's true passion was rescuing and rehabilitating wildlife. She was also a life long student and earned her master's in speech pathology as well as many other certifications. She worked as a START coordinator for the NYS Office of Persons with Developmental Disabilities in Kingston and as a speech pathologist at Ferncliff nursing home in Rhinebeck, NY. Robin spent her whole life serving the vulnerable, both people and animals.
She is survived by her daughter, Gwendolyn Parrish of Kingston, her grandchildren, Elida Rose, Noah, and Halan, siblings, Pappy Bostic of Kingston and Art Evans of Colorado, her nieces and nephews, Angela, Art, Harvey, and Kelli.
Entrusted to A. Carr & Son Funeral Home, 65 Lucas Ave, Kingston, NY 12401. A tribute for Robin can be found at www.CarrFH.com, where you may leave memories and expressions of sympathy for her family.
Robin was a truly compassionate person. I was honored to know her...Dr. Lori Morris
Robin and Halan
I was shocked and saddened To learn of Robins sudden passing. Robin was a client of mine for well over 20 years. Cutting her hair was always a pleasure indeed because they would always be some sort of critters story. Robin had the biggest heart of anyone I have ever met, and taught me some much about wildlife rehabilitation,about animals,and about life itself. I will always be forever grateful for having had the privilege of calling her my friend. My deepest condolences to Gwendolyn and her family. She will be deeply missed. Rest in peace, my sweet and gentle friend.
I am so sorry for the loss of Robin. She was an amazing woman. I worked with her and she always brought a smile to my face no matter how stressed she was or how hard of a day she was having. Always quick with a story about her animals. I will always remember her. May she Rest In Peace and May her friends and family find peace and healing.
To Robin’s family, I send my sincere condolences for your loss. I was Robin’s clinical supervisor at SUNY New Paltz when she was a student in the Communication Disorders program. Later, she was a supervisor for graduate students in our program. She was a lovely person, always kind and gentle. I am truly sorry for your loss. Rest In Peace, dear Robin. You will be missed.
I worked with Robin and I knew if I sat next to her at a meeting, it would be hard because she was EXTREMLEY funny and always had the BEST side comments. I will truly miss her laughter, humor and gentle soul!!! Rest in peace, miss Robin.
To the Family of Dear Robin,
I’m so very sorry for your loss. Robin and I were college friends, carpooling to New Paltz together and she lived on my property for awhile. We later worked together. So many laughs over the years. Although we rarely saw each other, when we did it was as though time never passed. Robin was so kind and caring. Sending my deepest sympathy to you. She will be deeply missed.
Words can't express how sorry we are for you Gwen, Halan & Kevin. We'll all always keep her in our hearts and will never forget the amazing times we had together.
All our love ~ Elida, John & Lori.
My condolences to you, Gwendolyn, and Family. We carry her in our hearts and know that she is watching over you ❤
Ma, you could always find a way to make me feel like I was okay. You treated me as I was your own, and you helped put me back together. I will never stop missing you. There is a special place in my heart reserved for you forever. Love and miss you.
Thank you for your peaceful and patient nature. Thank you for gracing us with your presence, which was saturated with joyful understanding and love of all. Andrea Petersen
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