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Jean Deborah Robin passed away suddenly and peacefully on Thursday, January 6, 2022 in Houston, Texas. She was born on July 12, 1951 in Waco, Texas to the late Miriam and Emanuel Wizig.
Jean graduated from Richfield High School in Waco in 1969. She attended the University of Texas at Austin and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education. Jean married Alan Robin in 1973 and moved to Houston in 1975, where she taught elementary school for several years.
Jean was a life member of Hadassah and supported many Jewish charities in the Houston area. She had a strong interest in politics and was always well prepared to debate the issues of the day.
Family was so important to Jean. She offered unconditional love and never-ending support for her husband, children, grandchildren, sisters, nieces and their extended families. She loved baking and creating beautiful and delicious desserts for them. The sweetness of her personality was reflected in her pastries and cookies.
Jean was a friend to everyone she met and knew no enemies. She had a passion for bringing people together, and she connected with all of her friends regularly. Jean was admired for her wisdom and loyalty in these many relationships. She was very generous and caring, always putting others' interests before her own.
Jean was preceded at death by her beloved parents, Miriam and Emanuel Wizig. She is survived by her devoted husband, Alan Robin, her son Jeffrey Robin and wife Elisa, and grandchildren Lyla and Garrett, and her son, Ross Robin and wife Crystal, her twin sister, Joan Lebow and husband David, and her sister Carol Weiser and husband Gil. Jean touched many lives with a positive influence and will be missed and remembered by all.
The funeral service will be held on Monday, January 10, 2022 at 3:00 PM in the Proler Chapel at Congregation Beth Israel Memorial Garden, 1101 Antoine Drive Houston, TX 77055 with a graveside service immediately following. To view a recording of the service please use the following link: https://vimeo.com/664496719
The family requests that memorial donations in Jean's memory be made to the Hadassah (https://www.hadassah.org/donate), Jewish Family Services Houston (https://www.jfshouston.org/donate) or to the American Heart Association (https://www.heart.org/).
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Houston, TX, United States 77055
With such heartfelt sorrow for this sudden loss. We hold you in our prayers. With love, Kerry & Joel Smooke 5 trees were planted in memory of Jean Deborah Robin Plant a Tree
With deepest sympathy, our thoughts and love are with your family. Remembering Jean's beauty in our hearts. Our warmest condolences. 3 trees were planted in memory of Jean Deborah Robin Plant a Tree
I am heartbroken for all of you. Jean was such a beautiful lady inside and out. May her memory forever be a blessing 3 trees were planted in memory of Jean Deborah Robin Plant a Tree
May the beautiful memories of Jean be a blessing to her family. The Shirley & Leonard Lebow family sends its condolences. 3 trees were planted in memory of Jean Deborah Robin Plant a Tree
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Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss... Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.Memorial Tree was purchased for the family of Jean Deborah Robin by Pam and Alan Jarrett.
Our Sympathy for your loss. May all the wonderful memories be of some comfort.Memorial Tree was purchased for the family of Jean Deborah Robin by Hilary and Mel Feinberg.
Aunt Jean was a true gem! She truly loved all of her family! Adam, Jacqueline, Madison and HannahMemorial Tree was purchased for the family of Jean Deborah Robin by Adam Smooke.
Aunt Jean was a true gem! She truly loved all of her family! aunt Jean had a great flair for baking! She always welcomed everybody in her kitchen and the smell was amazing. She was always there for a hug and kiss. Jean loved Madison and Hannah like her own Garrett and Lyla. When I opened my dental office in 2005, she was my first patient in the door day 1. She invited Jacqueline and me to join us as their guest to Texan games. I will miss her very much! We will all miss her very much.
Love, Adam, Jacqueline, Madison and Hannah
It was such an honor and pleasure to have known Jean and her shining presence will be so missed. Lou and Herb Mizis