As her earthly father, I am obviously biased in my opinions. I am, of course, enormously proud of Robin and of her accomplishments during her all too short 31 years upon the earth. She led a truly exemplary Christian life and I can think of no better passage than this from John 17:4 to explain her passage: "I have glorified Thee on the earth: I have finished the work which Thou gavest me to do". In reality, her work on earth goes on in the hearts and minds of those who knew and loved her. I know that she now occupies a special place with her Heavenly Father.
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On February 11, 1998 Rockwell Collins presented a Precision Light-weight GPS (Global Positioning Sattelite) Receiver to the U.S. Army and Army Reserve Recruiting Office in Cedar Rapids, IA. This donation was given by her co-workers at Rockwell Collins in Cedar Rapids in honor of her memory. The idea for the donation had initially been Robin's in the belief that it would help her husband, Allen, in recruiting potential Army recruits by showing some of the high technology tools used by today's Army. Robin was employed in the Information Technology Department at Rockwell Collins at the time of her death.