Robin Agin Obituary, Death – It is only with a shattered heart that I can speak what I am about to say because… Our lovely mother, Robin Weissman Agin, lost her courageous battle with illness on Monday. She was 63 years old. Because she had been battling this illness for for a long time, the news of her passing came as a complete and total surprise to all of us. Those who had a close relationship with her were aware of her extraordinary qualities as a human being, including her doggedness and determination, her sense of humor, her generosity, and her carefree disregard for her own well-being. These qualities were known to those who had a close relationship with her. She was truly incredible, and because she is no longer with us, there will always be a portion of each of our hearts that is incomplete simply because she is no longer in this world.
Everyone will grieve her passing in their own unique ways. Please, Mom, take in all of the love that we have to offer; we want you to know that we cherish you with every fiber of our beings. We are aware of the sacrifices you made in order to ensure that Alisse and I would always have the resources necessary to live in comfort and we thank you for those sacrifices. You are my idol, and I pray that I will never forget your clever wit and funny sense of humor, not to mention your infectious laugh. Please help me remember all of these things. You have an unequaled capacity to make other people feel happy and worthwhile while also giving them the feeling that they are unique and exceptional. I am relieved to learn that you are no longer enduring any pain; yet, I will miss being able to carry on discussions with you on a daily basis and bid you goodbye. I
t is a relief to know that you are no longer going through any pain because you were. I want you to know that “I LOVE YOU MORE” than you could ever expect to comprehend loving someone as much as I do. I want you to know that I love you more than you could ever hope to love someone else. Every single day, I’m going to think about how much I yearn for you and how much I miss you, and I’ll dwell on how much I miss you.