Robin Lea Piper

PrintPrint
Oct 14 1961
Aug 23 2022
60 Years
Coatesville

Robin Lea Piper, 60, of Coatesville, passed away at Aventura at Pembrooke on Tuesday, August 23, 2022. Born in Coatesville she was the daughter of the late Richard Kimes and Anna (Bailey) Kimes. She was the beloved companion of Robert Kinsley with whom she shared the last five years of her life.  

Robin was a graduate of Coatesville Area Senior High and went on to pursue a career at Wayne Moving and Storage Company.  

She is survived in addition to her companion Robert Kinsley by one brother: Rick Kimes and wife Melody of Parkesburg.  

She is preceded in death by one brother: Randy Kimes. 

A celebration of life will be held at 11 AM on October 8, 2022, at the Wilde Funeral Home, 434 Main St., Parkesburg, PA 19365. Friends and family are invited to attend a visitation period taking place from 10 AM until the start of the service. Interment will directly follow at glen run cemetery. The family has requested that anyone that owns a Hot Rod or Classic Car joins us in the procession as a tribute to Robin. 

Arrangements have been entrusted to the Wilde Funeral Home of Parkesburg. Online condolences can be made at www.wildefuneralhome.com 

Service Location: 
*Please check back shortly for updated service information*

Condolences

Rick Mel and Bob,
I'm SO SORRY to hear of her passing is was a BEAUTIFUL friend and soul.My heart hurts for you ALL praying for peace, comfort strength and understanding in this DIFFICULT time.
LOVE Sue and Don 🙏🙏🙏❤️

Back to top

We are so deeply saddened to hear of Robin's passing. Unfortunately she dealt with many struggles with her health and life in general, but her perseverance was strong. No matter what was going on, she always had a smile and generous spirit. She was always there for her family when they needed her most, especially her brother Randy. May you now be free from pain and able to rejoice with those who passed before you. You're spirit will always remain in our hearts.

Back to top

Bob, Rick & Mel   Our sincere sympathy to all of you.  Robin will be missed very much, I worked with her at BL Myers and we became very good friends.  When ever anyone was sad or

just out of sorts, there was Robin making you laugh. Even her last days she was making me feel good.  Robin will be missed so very much.  May God be with you in this difficult time. 

Sincerely: Judy & Mick McWilliams

Back to top

 

So sorry hearing of losing Robin,it is a great lose to all of us who new her.

I worked with her and she was always there in good and bad times.

I will miss her

Back to top

Our prayers are with you Bob and the rest of Robin's family.  Robin was such a special person to us and to many others.  Our hearts are broken that she had to pass on so young.  She was so full of love and life and had a smile that was contagious.  We Love and miss you Robin!             Ralph & Cindy

 

Back to top

  I grew up in Robins neighborhood. She has been coming to my hairstyling shop on & off for the past 39 years. Robin has always had a great smile & laugh ! She had one of the biggest hearts of anyone that I know! Even though she has had ups & downs in her life she always saw the rainbow! When she started coming back to my shop the last few months I always looked forward to her coming in ! She was just as excited to see my little grandson as she used to love to make a fuss over my children when they were young! She called me to cancel her last haircut and told me her cancer was back. I was so saddened but she told me that she was in the hospital.I never would have expected her to pass so soon. She honestly sounded like her upbeat usual self. I still can’t believe she has passed to a better place! Our hearts & prayers are with Rick,Melody and Bob . 

                              Louise & Don Martz & family

Back to top

Robin you were truly a wonderful person. Kind and caring, I am sure your Mom and Dad are welcoming you home with them along with Randy. I am sadden to see you leave this earth. You have such a big heart. 

Back to top