It is with sadness and hope when I write to you about Robin, our daughter, your donor. We wanted to share some information to you about Robin. She was a daughter, sister, aunt, granddaughter and fiancée.
Robin decided to be an organ donor as a teenager, and as a nurse in ICU and Neurology she knew how important that is. She took great pride in helping not only the patients in her care, but their families as well.
She lived life to the fullest. Whether it was uptown in a mall shopping with me, or in the woods hunting with our family. She fit effortlessly into the role of hunter, gatherer, fashionista, daughter, and friend. She filled her free time with reading, working on a Masters of Nursing, competing as a sponsored blue belt in Jiu-Jitsu, and loving the people in her life no matter the distance. Her friends would tell you she had the world by the tail. Her fiancé would tell you that she was a constant source of strength and love.
We wish you the best and hope you are happy and healthy. There is great comfort in knowing that through her gifts she has been able to help so many. We know you are recovering and we hope at some point if you are comfortable you may be able to let us know how you are doing.
Your Donor Family