May 17, 1961 ~ January 27, 2023

Born in: Haskell, Texas
Resided in: College Station, Texas

She never forgot a birthday. A weird way to start this, but in today’s day of digital cards and electronic reminders, it is rare to have someone who hand signs a card and always remembers. Without fail, all of her nieces and nephews would receive a card on their birthday with the same number of dollars as the age they were.
Robin was the first grandchild on the Baker side. She held a special place in the hearts of both her Papa Jack and Gramma Ruby. She spent her youth playing with cousins and shepherding baby siblings, and her young adulthood loving her two daughters, Lacey and Cassie. She was generous beyond all measure when she had the means, and would splurge on fun trips to Sea World, Six Flags and the like for her children, siblings, nieces and nephews. Overnight visits always included her favorite, Dr. Pepper.
Robin attended Texas Tech University and received a degree in Drafting from Cisco Jr College. She finished her working career as a drafting supervisor at Black & Veatch.
Robin loved Christmas and family trees and crafts and making art. Her heart was dedicated to and filled with the love of God. Pretty flowers brought her great joy, and she dreamed of endless beaches.
Robin passed into the arms of her creator surrounded by family… not just surrounded, but touched, held onto, tethered by love and grief. She was 61 years old.
Robin’s funeral will be held at 3:00 pm on Saturday February 11th at First Baptist Church of Bryan 3100 Cambridge Drive Bryan, TX 77802 We welcome anyone to come and help us honor and mourn her.
Even though she may have left behind this mortal world, she leaves us with a legacy of life: her oldest daughter, Lacey Randolph, married to Christopher Randolph, and her three children: Ethan, Blake and AJ. Her youngest daughter, Cassie Baker, and her son Aidan. Robin is also survived by her husband, David Mack, her parents, Robert Baker and Judy Ince, and siblings Nolan Baker, Shelley Baker and Brooke Molineux.
Her family is so very grateful that her pain is over. She’s walking and breathing freely now on some eternal stretch of sand, and leaving art in her wake, and smiling. And we all know she’ll never forget our birthdays.

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  1. Hey Auntie…I’ll never forget your kindness, your heart & spirit. Thank you for being there for me and always being a shoulder to cry on. You gave me unconditional love when I really needed it. I love you and will miss you endlessly.

  2. Such a beautiful tribute. Although we never met, we are family. My prayers are for David,, and your children and grandchildren. May God give them peace and comfort, and the knowledge of a great reunion someday. God bless.

  3. I miss you more than words could possibly express. I see you every time I close my eyes. My heart is broken, bul I’ll be with you again someday. I love you so much ❤️

  4. Robin was the best party planner in our singles Christian Connection years. I loved entertaining but was not a planner. She was definitely right brained and muti talented. She will be missed for so many reasons. Those were great years. Much love Robin.

  5. Rest in peace Robin. You will be missed but, I know you are with God, your family, and friends in Heaven. You probably have your feet in the ocean or laying on the beach already. It has been a pleasure sharing grandchildren with you. They now have a special angel looking out for them. Fly high Robin, until we meet again my friend.

  6. I love you very much gramma i hope that your happiness is endless in your peace that youve been given i will always love you and hold your memory close to me like you always said to me I Love You infinity times infinity and much much more

  7. I can’t express how much you will be missed! Holidays and birthdays will never be the same. RIP Robin you deserve it and we all will see you soon enough. Our love for you is forever and you will never be forgotten!

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