Robin Jean Miller, age 67 passed away November 22, 2023 at her residence in Hesston, Kansas. She was born in Wichita, Kansas on May 7, 1956 to Bobby and Edna (Frame) Cowan. Robin was a caring, loving mother to her son Jesse. She was also a beloved “Nana” to her grandson’s Kayden and Grayson who absolutely adored her. She was also a little sister to Sandy and a spunky aunt to Shala and Nikki. She had made many friendships throughout her life, which she cherished. Her best friend Joann Craig, they had an unspeakable bond that no one else would ever begin to understand. She loved vintage shopping with her sister Sandy so much they wanted to run their own antique booth to sell some of their treasures they found. Robin was a woman of many talents and hobbies. She was great with painting and crafting. She also loved nature and used any excuse to be outside hiking and camping.
She would say her greatest achievement in life is her son, Jesse. She loved building projects with him. Her favorite time was spent watching him grow up to an amazing man, get happily married and her become a “Nana”. She would do anything for her grandsons, they brought her so much joy and all the adventures and places they traveled meant everything to her. Robin was a beautiful woman who will be missed dearly by everyone who knew her.
Robin loved nature and had a deep connection with the earth, family thought it would be wonderful to plant something that would live on in a beautiful place, as this would bring a smile to her. A memorial was chosen that plants trees for loved ones in National Forest, details can be found at this link: https:thetreesremember.com/memorial-trees/
She was preceded in death by her parents, Mickey and Bobby Cowan. Robin is survived by her son Jesse (Lizzy) Miller, grandchildren (Kayden) Lickly & Grayson Miller of Hesston, Kansas, sister Sandy Woodrow of Maize, Kansas, two nieces of Wichita, Kansas, Shala (Nathan) Holman and Nikki Woodrow and many other loving family members, and friends.
At Robin's service there will be a teal box, for cards for her family and friends to share your happy or silly memories of her. We thought this would be wonderful to share with her grandson and family to remember all the people Robin has touched in her Life.