Rohling, Robin Elizabeth -
Manchester - Robin Elizabeth Fletcher Rohling of Lynchburg, TN passed away on June 17, 2020, at her brother’s residence. She was 57.
Robin was born on August 1, 1962 in Woodbury, TN to Rondell Edward Fletcher and Linda Fay Shelton Fletcher. She was an adventurous outdoors person who loved animals. Her nephew, nieces, and great nieces adored her. She was a dedicated daughter, sister, and aunt. She graduated from Lincoln County High School and later from Roane State Community College. She was a dental hygienist for over thirty years and her last position was helping educate parents and students about dental health.
Survivors include her mother, Linda Fay Shelton Fletcher of Fayetteville, TN; brother, Ritchie E. Fletcher and his wife Cindy of Manchester, TN; nephew, Robert Fletcher of Seattle, WA; nieces, Samantha and Laura Beth Fletcher; and two great nieces, Elli and Amiah, all of Manchester, TN. Robin was preceded in death by her father, Rondell Edward Fletcher.
There will be no funeral service for Ms. Rohling. Cremation Services were provided by Manchester Funeral Home in Manchester, TN. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to your local “no kill” animal shelter, or St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Pl., Memphis, TN 38105-9959.
David Pitts says:
I was shocked to hear to hear this news. It had been many years since i talked to or seen her. I knew Robin for years, she was always fun to be around, friendly, loved to fish and just loved the outdoors.
She will be missed. Prayers to her family.
Nicki Raines says:
Robin was a dear friend of mine. We were hygiene sisters & worked on many community projects together with our local dental hygiene board. My favorite thing about Robin was the way she made me laugh. She never failed to leave me without the best belly laugh—it was always such a gift. I loved Robin’s attitude for life, she never saw obstacles. She loved her family & often shared stories of their adventures. She especially loved her cats, as they were her family too. I will forever miss her & always cherish our wonderful memories. Rest In Peace my dear friend. You will live on in my memories of you & our treasured times we shared. Much love to Robin’s family at this difficult time. Nicki Raines
Sherrie Maddox says:
Robin and I were very close in grade school and highschool. We lost touch as adults. I saw her last year and we stopped and spoke. I will cherish that conversation. This saddens me to here of Robin's passing. My condolences to her family.
Sherrie Countess Maddox
Michelle Jones says:
Robin was "a pistol' as they used to say about someone who was gung ho in everything that she did. What a great friend to have! I will miss seeing her at our dental hygiene conventions where she would catch me up on all of her latest adventures. Prayers to her family, who she always spoke of so lovingly. Michelle Jones, Roane State Dental Hygiene
Ginger Jones says:
We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Prayers for you and the family.
Sherry Disney says:
Robin and I lived next door to each other in Knoxville. She was the absolute best. She had a plant that Caterpillars ate and then they turned into Monarch Butterflies. We would sit for hours and watch this incredible transformation. We became good friends and although I was happy for her when she moved back to Middle Tennessee...I was sad to see her go. We kept in touch up until the end. To her family ~ Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts ~
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