Robin Sue Schmid

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Robin Sue

Robin Sue Schmid

June 12, 1959 – January 17, 2022

Robin Schmid died peacefully at home surrounded by those who loved her at the age of 62.  She fought stage 4 pancreatic cancer for 2 years.

She is survived by her husband Michael, her children Michael(Bethany) and Sarah(Nikola), and 3 grandchildren; Luka, Kristijan and Levi.  They were her pride and joy.  Daughter of the deceased Franklin Jayne and Marion Jayne(Nee Marlock).  Loving sister of the late Betty(Don), the late Michael, Barb(Wayne), the late Pat, Kathy(Glen), Mary Jo(Larry), Nancy, Frank(Penny) and Jennie.  She loved her family and friends and 23 nieces and nephews.  Also a special friendship-loving bond with Cheri Lehmann.

Robin was a very loving caring person with a laugh that pulled you in.  In her career she was employed at Target for 41 years.  Her hobbies included reading, crafts, shopping, movies, and traveling.  She had an unforgettable trip to Croatia and California.

She was loved and will be truly missed.  Family and friends are invited to attend a Celebration of Life Gathering on Monday, January 31 at Heritage Funeral Home, 9200 S. 27th St. from 3-6PM with a service at 6PM.

One Comment

  1. Amie Beth Gregory January 29, 2022 at 4:04 pm - Reply

    I remember Robin coming over to our house on the north side of Milwaukee when I was.a kid. She went to high school with my sister who always referred to her as “my best friend Robin” to distinguish her from other people named Robin that she knew. We always laugh about how she always had to say “my best friend Robin”. I would say “I know she is your best friend,”. She always referred to her that way. Having a best friend for so long is rare and was cherished by my sister Cheri.

    Cheri and Robin were like Laverne and Shirley. One somewhat outspoken and out going while the other soft spoken and shy. So cute to see them in action. Robin always made me feel calm and secure when she was around. She always had something complimentary to say, didn’t talk bad about other people around me and always had a warm, inviting smile. She didn’t say much, but when she did, it was impactful. I will surely miss seeing her and I know it will leave a void in my sister’s heart as well as my own. It is hard to come across people with integrity, honesty and real concern about others and it was great to know someone who had these qualities and was truly a joy to be around. Robin will be missed I am sure by everyone she has encountered in life. We need more people like her in our world. Love you Robin!

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