Robin Lydia Storer
Monson - Robin Lydia (Stone) Storer passed away after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer, at her home, surrounded by her loving family, on October 30, 2019.
Robin was predeceased by her mother Rita Stone; father Wilbur Stone; and a sister Deborah Stone.
Robin is survived by her husband of 31 years and the love of her life, Larry Storer; four children, Amanda Squiers and her husband Sam, Konrad Thornley and his wife Trisha, Kirk Thornley and his girlfriend Kiley, and Katie Abu and her husband Mahad; seven grandchildren, Damian, Konrad Jr., Aiden, Khloe, Aleah, Jazmyne, and Aariah; five siblings, Wilbur Stone Jr., Donna Saunders, Danny Stone, Bob Stone, and Baxter Stone and his wife Barbie; a special sister in-law Lori Anderson and her husband Victor; and a very special brother in-law Lonnie Storer and his wife Monica. Robin is also survived by numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins.
Robin worked for 15 years at Moosehead Manufacturing in Monson Maine where she worked along side her uncle, mother and sister in the stain department. After her time there, she worked for the last 15 years at CN Brown in Greenville Maine, where she made numerous friends and touched many lives.
Robin has always been known as the "life of the party" by so many. She had an uncanny knack of putting a smile on anyone's face, no matter how bad a day you might be having. She could always be found with a smile on her face and a positive attitude, no matter the situation. She had the most infectious and positive attitude than anybody you will ever meet.
Robin enjoyed doing anything outdoors, especially her gardening. You could always find her outside in her flower beds. She also adored her grandchildren, who will forever miss their "Nae-Nae" and all of her crazy antics. She never passed up an opportunity to brag about them, or tell anyone who would listen, all about them.
Burial will be Saturday November 9th at 9am at the Mainstream Cemetery in Harmony Maine. A celebration of life will follow at 11 am at Larry and Robin's residence, 544 Elliotsville Road Monson.
Published on November 3, 2019


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Nov 11, 2019
Robin was good soul who always put a smile on my face whenever I'd see her at CN Brown she will be missed. She came from a good family . Prayers for the family.
Wilbur L Stone
Nov 09, 2019
I am the oldes brother and the oldes in the family.In Psalm 31:24 Be of good courage,and he shall strengthen your heart,all ye that hope in LORD.I have a heart for my babby sister.I will miss her.Wilbur
Kelly and Vickie Coburn
Nov 09, 2019
RIP our dear friend Robin. Working at Moosehead, to our summer camping trips and just hanging out with each other. We will miss your laughter and smile. Larry and you were always part of our family and still are!!
Heaven just got a great angel to look after all of us❤
George laivigne
Nov 05, 2019
Allways that smile and much respect you showed all who you came in contact with.will miss your smile and happy person at well you earned it .prayers go to all her family
Shelagh Talbot
Nov 04, 2019
Robin - a wonderful person - she surely will be missed by so many of us!!!!
Janice Heal
Nov 04, 2019
May God bless you and your family
Cathy Mathews
Nov 04, 2019
So many laughs with Robin. I can honestly say I never ever saw her upset or mad. She was the one to pick you up when you were down. For some reason, heaven needed a special Angel in heaven. So missed and loved, ill remember you always sweet friend ❤️
Doug & Terry Hall
Nov 04, 2019
We will miss that smile and laugh...
Ivan & Charlotte Higgins from Milo,Me.
Nov 04, 2019
So sorry for your loss. May God be with you all. Former co-workers at Moosehead Manuf. RIP Robin
Chris later
Nov 03, 2019
I am so sorry, rest in peace.
Robin Turner Ryan
Nov 03, 2019
Sleep with the angels, dear friend. Your family and loved ones will miss you for sure but will always smile when they remember you.