Robin leaves behind her best friend, beloved husband, travel companion, and second father to her children, John Trube; mother Pat Grubbs; sisters and brothers-in-law Beth and Stuart Daniels, and Peggy and Mike Barnette; adoptive brother Stan King; a blended family of seven children: John, Rachel, Emily, Andrew, Asher, Sarah, and Hannah; grandchildren Zillah, Naomi, Anna, Olivia, Leah, Lonestar, Rae Ann, Lily, and Eddie; numerous nieces, nephews, and adopted family; and their pack Mrs. Bouvier, Simpson, Lucy, and her beloved elderly chihuahua, Clive Baxter-Green. If Robin invited you to her home, you were considered family, too.
Robin played many roles. She was a mother, a stand-in mom, a sister, a granny, an aunt, a dear friend, an artist, an actress. There are not enough words to describe the strong and remarkable woman she was. Her laugh was contagious, her humor witty, and she loved deeply. With her beloved, John, she traveled and explored the US, and became enchanted by Eureka Springs, Arkansas, where they were later married and made many friends.
Robin always said, “I’m the mother of interesting children.” It cannot be denied: Robin Morris loved her children, all of them. In her final moments, Robin made sure that all of her family took care of each other.
Please join the family in celebration of Robin’s life on Thursday, January 23, 2020 from 5:30-7:00 pm at Rick’s on the Square.
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to your local ASPCA or East Texas food bank in honor of Robin.