Robin Brazie Obituary, Robin Brazie Has Passed Away

Robin Brazie Obituary, Death – On Tuesday, April 24, 2019, after a brief battle with illness, Robin Brazie, who resided on West Fulton Road in Warnerville, went away in a peaceful and quiet manner with her daughter Robin by her side. Robin Brazie had passed away with her daughter by her side. After a brief struggle with the illness, she lost her battle and passed away.

Before she was born on January 17 in Schoharie, both of her parents, Grant and Minnie (Keyser) Dearstyne, had passed away, hence she is an only child. Her parents were both named Minnie (Keyser). She was given the same name as her mother. She received her formal schooling at Schoharie Central School, and she later located employment in Schoharie, New York, at both a bag factory and the Parrott House. Both of these businesses can be found in the same city or municipality.

Robin married Robert M. Brazie on August 30, 1965. On August 7, 2013, he left the day before she did, some hours earlier. Robin has always prioritized her family and the needs of her family members, no matter the situation. Spending time with her two daughters was the most enjoyable and fulfilling hobby activity for her, and watching her grandkids develop into young adults was a source of great joy for her. However, spending time with her grandchildren was a close second.

Her two daughters, Gail (Nick) Solimine of Bayville, New Jersey and Robin (Jim) Brazie of Warnerville, as well as her three grandchildren, Michelle, Robert (RJ), and Gianna, and her four great-grandchildren, Matthew, Rayden, Shelia, and Ryker, will carry her memories close to their hearts. Her husband, Nick Solimine, passed away in 2013. She will be sorely missed by everyone. Her parents, her husband, and her four siblings—Edward (Bobby), Lois, Raymond, and Patty—preceded her in death. Robin herself passed away before her family. Robin was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, and all of her siblings. In addition, her parents and her husband have passed away. On top of it, her spouse had passed away.