10254 W. Carlton Bay | Garden City, ID 83714

Robin Sue Williams April 26, 1959 - July 28, 2020

Robin was born to Johnny and Shirley McKinney on April 26, 1959. She had 3 older sisters and it was expected she would also be a girl and “Robin Sue” was the only name chosen by her parents. She grew up on the family dairy farm and graduated from Meridian High School in 1977. During her younger years Robin sewed all her own clothes and learned to play the piano, much to the dismay of her sisters. Robin dedicated her life to Jehovah God, and was baptized as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses on March 4, 1973.
Robin was introduced to the love of her life though family and married Fieldon Williams on August 19, 1978 in Meridian, Idaho. Fieldon and Robin settled into married life in Payette where they raised their 2 daughters, Alishea and Angela. Robin enjoyed sewing matching dresses and passing her love of cooking onto both of her girls.
Fieldon and Robin started their own successful business, The Carpet Galley, Inc. in Payette and worked for many in the local communities until 2008.
After retiring, they moved to Gooding, Idaho to volunteer their time in sharing Bible Truths with those in the community, serving continuously in those endeavors for the past 12 years. In 2013, they moved back to Boise and remained there until her death.
She enjoyed traveling with her husband and family to far away places like Hong Kong, Australia, South Africa and Greece. In their travels she made many life-long friends and will have amazing stories that will always keep her beautiful memory in the hearts of those closest to her.
Many will remember Robin for her creativity in decorating houses, cooking for those she loved, bargain hunting and all things purple.
Robin endured a long and courageous fight with cancer for nearly 3 years before she passed away surrounded by those she loved most July 28, 2020. She is survived by her husband, Fieldon; daughters Alishea (Ryder) Young and Angela Williams; and grandson, Bridger; sisters Shayla (Bob) Lorimer, Judy (Charles) Smith, and Candy (Dan) Casper. She is also survived by Colleen Williams, Kurt Williams, Diane (Blake) Brooks, and numerous nieces and nephews. Robin was preceded in death by her parents, Johnny and Shirley McKinney and her father-in-law, Fieldon Williams Sr.
A memorial service and slide show are scheduled for August 15, 2020 via Zoom. If you would like to make contact with the family and be sent a Zoom invite, please send an email to robinwilliamsmemorial@gmail.com that includes your name, email address and how many people would like to attend.


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    Larry C. Bennett says

    What a marvelous sister and friend. We will all miss her, but only for a short time.

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    Warren & Cathy Manzer says

    We are thinking of your family at this sad time, and we look forward as you do also to being reunited with our loved ones in a peaceful new earth!

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    Gabe & Tanya Martinez says

    Robin was so very loved, as are you all, and will be missed dearly. *justalittlewhilelonger*

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    Robert &. Marlene Lark / 2 says

    We are going to miss her spiritual way of encouraging anyone who came in her path, she surely will be missed and her smile and comments as well. Our thoughts and prayers with you and your daughters.

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    Steve and Doris Chapman says

    Robin was a lovely woman, a beauty inside and out. She was kind, humble, loved people, energetic and always a joy to be with. Our hearts and prayers are with you.

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    Wendy Klocko says

    Robin visited me over the years. She always seemed to bring up just what I needed to hear. I missed her visits after her diagnosis. I am so sorry to hear of her passing, as I lost my husband to cancer in 2012. She was such a positive, encouraging force for me. She made a difference in my life. She will me missed.

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    Mike & Linda Harris says

    Mike and I have many wonderful memories of the wonderful visit with you and Robin here in Illinois January 20 18. From the moment we met Robin she endured herself to us with her warm friendly and loving ways . She was so open and vibrant. Our hearts go out to you and your family. May Jehovah spirit and blessing be upon you.

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    Deborah Smart says

    Alvin keeps talking about the time Robin decided to shave like her Daddy and came out of the bathroom with a cut lip. So much pain for you all this year. Hope next year we will see them back. Alvin and Debby Smart

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    Linda Hilliard says

    Robin was a KEEPER in our hearts and in Jehovah’s memory. We share the pain now with her loving family but look forward to happy tears soon. Dick & Linda Hilliard and Helen Grist

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    Karen York says

    The first memory I have of Robin was our working together in the ministry when I was visiting family in Boise in 2015. She was so encouraging and full of zeal; she was a beautiful person and while we cannot wait to see her again, her battle is done. My thoughts and prayers are with her family at this painful time.

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    Randall & Lori Quade says

    We will miss Robin but only for a little while. And then shortly after her resurrection it will be totally forgotten that she was ever gone. May Jehovah give you strength as he will give you his love and tender mercies during this time. “Just around the corner” and we will see her bright smile again.

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    Elena says

    I’ll never forget the kindness Robin had shown me. Robin was an extraordinary women and her faith guided me to find peace with God. I’ll miss her beautiful smile and the joy she brought me when we were together studying the word.

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    Jerry and Judy Russell says

    We will miss our dear sister and her fine example of faith. Soon she will be with her loved ones and those of us who loved her on a paradise earth where sickness will not take anyone away. May Jehovah keep her family in his care and Robin in his memory.

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