September 27, 1958-February 4, 2022
Robyn Susan Stokes, a warm, loving, and generous person who radiated Christ’s love to everyone around her, passed away on February 4, 2022 in Sante Fe, New Mexico.
Robyn was born in Everett, Washington on September 27, 1958, to Washington natives Curtis Sr. and Minnie Lind. They welcomed their first son, Curtis Jr. in 1956.
Robyn attended Marysville Pilchuck Highschool in Marysville, Washington, where she was state champion in the color guard and an accomplished ballerina. She went on to study Fashion Merchandising at Washington State where she met the love of her life, Brian, in 1977. She wed Brian Stokes of Roswell, New Mexico in 1979 where they welcomed 5 kids over the next 5 years, and relocated to Roswell, New Mexico in 1983. She quickly claimed New Mexico as home and established deep roots in the community while raising her boys.
Known for her devoted relationship with the Lord and her love for her family, Robyn’s life was marked by Christ’s faithfulness. Her hospitality frequently brought in those who needed to experience the life changing love of Jesus. She loved unconditionally, no matter your circumstances. Her advice was steady and consistent; always telling those around her to trust the Lord.
Robyn loved traveling with her husband of 42 years and being surrounded by her children and 11 grandchildren.
Robyn was preceded in death by her daughter Kaylie Michelle in 1982; her mother, Minnie Lind 2013; and her father, Curtis Lind Sr. 2020.
She is survived by her husband Brian Stokes of Roswell, New Mexico son, Christopher Stokes and his wife Madison, and their four children, Cora, Callen, Samuel, and Sawyer, of Roswell, New Mexico, son, Brandon of Ruidoso, New Mexico, and his three children, Asa, Ethan, and Anna, and their mother Katherine Stokes of Capitan, New Mexico, son, Daniel and his wife Bethany, and their two children, Lucy and Stella, of Plano, Texas, son, Brett and his wife Kelsea, and their two children, Hayden and Avery, of Dublin, Ohio, brother, Curtis Lind Jr. and his wife Leomarie of Beaverton, Oregon. Robyn had ten nieces and nephews and their children.
Donations can be made to Fort Lone Tree, Harvest Ministries and Assurance Home.