Kristie S. Irwin Robinson, 38, was born on June 20, 1977 in Enid and passed from this life on August 17, 2015 in Fairview. She attended Aline-Cleo Schools and graduated in 1995. Kristie was a member of the Aline Christian Church. She attended SWOSU from 1995-1996. Kristie was active in high school basketball, softball, 4-H and FFA. She received numerous awards in showmanship throughout her years of showing pigs; she won the title of Fairview Rodeo Queen in 1994; she was a Girl’s State Delegate in 1994 and selected as Aline-Cleo Basketball Homecoming Queen in 1995. Kristie married her high school sweetheart, Scott Robinson on August 10, 1996 at the Aline Christian Church. They just celebrated their 19th anniversary. To this union was born Kristopher Scott aka Kritter (17) and Allyson MacKenzie aka Ally Mac (12).
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Kristie worked at Tri-County Vet, Fairview Animal Clinic and GB’s Grill in Fairview, devoting her most to each of the jobs along with donating her time and efforts to many of the Aline-Cleo and community activities. She worked tirelessly to ensure the Aline-Cleo concession was available and also coached the 12-under Summer League Softball Girls team, along with many other teams throughout the years. Kristie, along with Scott, was an avid supporter of Ally Mac and Kris in all that they did as well as her “adopted” kids in all sports and livestock activities. She was an unconditional source of encouragement and support to them all; a second Mom or Bonus Mom to many. She was a giver and a builder.
Kristie loved life, and her love for Scotty was like no other and will carry into eternity. She loved her family, and she could not help but give love and hugs freely. She would want to leave this world knowing that she impacted someone in a positive way and I think it would be easy to say that she did. She was proud of her family and just beamed about all of Kris and Ally’s livestock and athletic accomplishments. She was a hard-worker, just MAYBE a tad competitive, deep in her faith and always happy to help anyone or with anything. Though she may no longer be on this earth rooting you on, she is from above.
Kristie was preceded in death by her beloved Daddy, Larry Cy Irwin, grandparents, Virgil and Ila Irwin, Calvin and Ozella Haley and Betty and Lloyd Robinson. Kristie leaves on this earth her loving husband, Scott; son, Kristopher and daughter, Ally Mac; her mother, Pat Haley Irwin; brother, Kevin C Irwin(Katie Jo), sister, Kimberly Irwin Beam(Buck); mother-in-law, Vanessa Robinson Lawrence (Chuck); sisters-in-law, Teri Thomas(Kolby), and Loyann Sinkey; aunts and uncles; nieces and nephews; extended family; cousins; her “schnauzer girls” Pepper and Gracie; Australian Shepard, Boomer and many, many friends.
Funeral Service is Friday, August 21, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. at the Aline-Cleo High School Gymnasium, in Aline. Burial is in Aline Star Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Aline Christian Church, Aline Cleo Ag Boosters or Aline-Cleo Athletic Fund through the funeral home.
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Kristie was a great woman. The support she gave to her husband and kids and her friends and community cannot be put into words. After reading the messages left on her Facebook showed me just how great of a woman she was. You will be dearly missed. My prayers go out to her family and friends.
Kelli and Dan Rendon
So Sorry for your loss. Your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.
May you find comfort in God.
Kevin and Claudette Noble
Our sincere condolences to the Robinson/Irwin families. Kristie was a dear friend to me and an amazing inspiration to all who came in contact with her. She had a heart of gold, a smile that never ended and love for her family and community like no other! My family loved working with her at our restaurant. Her generosity NEVER ended!!! We miss her greatly and pray she will continue to live in each of our hearts.
Tres Hermanas and the Kephart Family
(Kenny, Therese, Siena, Sarita, Shayla and Lupe)
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time. I had known Kristie from playing summer league ball against her, to playing school ball, to becoming adults and visiting when we ran into each other up town!! Always a smile and always good things to hear about her family and her friends!! Her contagious laugh, smile and love will be missed by so many!! Prayer for comfort and strength through the many hard days ahead!
Monica Nacke Wahl
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Sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with all of family. God bless you.
so sorry for your lost kristie was a wonderful person in many ways she will be miss in this town by everyone prays are with you and family
dennis and sue ward
Praying each of you will find comfort knowing our Lord is so willing to ease your pain. May your hearts be warmed by special memories of your daughter, wife, Mother, sister, friend. Our sincere sympathy in your loss. "Earthly loss is Heaven's gain".
Dale & Vaughna Schmidt
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