Robyn Marie Hildreth

January 18, 1970 ~ April 26, 2021

Service:

Celebration of Life to be held at a later date

It is with great sadness that we announce the loss of Robyn Marie Hildreth who passed away on Monday April 26th, 2021. She was born Robyn Marie Phillips on January 18th, 1970 at Holy Cross Hospital in Salt Lake City, UT. She attended schools in Murray, UT. At a wild young age, she met Eric Hildreth and the rest was history. They married May 22, 1991 and embarked upon a life long journey of adventure, love and true partnership.

Robyn was the most extraordinary woman, wife, mother, daughter, sister, niece, aunt and friend. She made us all better people. She was kind beyond words and extraordinarily thoughtful. She was always taking the extra step to connect with people and let them know that they mattered. She was a gentle spirit who worked for many years as a devoted personal caretaker for an individual with special needs and helped manage her husband’s business. She was genuine, curious and smart. She never stopped reading and learning, and started college coursework in later years, with great success. She never stopped her pursuit of personal growth and improvement. She was mischievous and a rebel. Her laugh was contagious and her smile warmer than the sun.

Her life’s work was her family. She set the bar as an amazing mother; she encouraged her children to become the best version of themselves and she was always there to support them through life’s trials and celebrations. She was a devoted wife who never stopped believing in and falling deeper in love with her husband. They built a family and they grew that family together developing a wonderful partnership that grew stronger and stronger. She loved camping, hiking, beaches, mountains, deserts and oceans. She especially loved to be warm; loved to celebrate on family trips to Mexico and camping trips wide and far. She loved her treasured furry and scaly family members who returned that love with abandon.

She made a difference. She made this world a better place. She inspires us to live our best life, to celebrate love, family, and believe in the beauty and good that surrounds us.

She is survived by her husband of 29 years, Eric Hildreth, her son Ashton, her daughter Addison, her mother Jan Phillips, her brother Richie Phillips, her sister Lisa Bolton, along with a very close-knit extended family of aunts, uncles, sisters in law, brothers in law, nieces, nephews, cousins, an absolutely endless group of beloved friends and especially Felix, Rigby, Ziggy, and Crazy Bev. She is our heart, our soul and will always be with us.

A celebration of Robyn’s life will be held at a later time. C’mon kids, it’s five o’clock somewhere!

Please share a favorite memory of Robyn with her family at www.larkincares.com.



Guestbook/Condolences

Robyn I remember the first time I met you .You was our operator working at Rocky Mountain Bank Note.You always had a big smile on your face .I use to just walk up front just to talk small talk with you.I was shocked to hear the news that received you are an angel up in heaven my friend you will be missed ❤ my deepest condolences to the family

- Paula Acres
So difficult to put into words the feelings and emotions I have for you Robyn. You gave so much to our family and Cathryn. Your impact on our life will never be forgotten. My only wish is that you could have given as much care to yourself as you did to those around you. You loved and gave to every living thing. Your kind and gentle spirit will live on through your children and those who loved you. We will miss your smiling face and your amazing sense of humor. Cathryn always came home with joy in her heart after spending the day with you! We love you beyond measure. Always in our heart ❤️ Caryn

- Caryn Hunt
Robyn was one of our favorite parents at Judge Memorial High School. She attended all of the theatre and dance performances and we loved seeing her because she was always so kind and supportive of her daughter and all of the kids performing. She made the shows more fun and we always looked forward to seeing her. We specifically remember a time when she had a giant pink box of Crumbl Cookies she brought for Addy -- she inspired Kim to make a similar purchase for Eleanor. Robyn was also hilarious, beautiful, warm and welcoming. She would cheer loudly after every dance and musical number, and one of our favorite memories was dancing next to her while Eleanor and Addy performed the reprise of Dancing Queen at the end of Mamma Mia. We feel so fortunate that we had the opportunity to know Robyn, and spend those important moments with her during the kids' years at Judge Memorial. We send our thoughts, love and support to Robyn's family and hope they find peace in the memories that we've shared of the joy she brought us. (P.S. Robyn was the best "name twin" to Robin, and she always loved sharing that inside joke :) )

- Kimberley, Eleanor and Robin Young
Eric and the kids. Life is so fragile and can be gone in a minute. Don't forget to always hug and express your love to all. Tomorrow isn't guaranteed. Live on the many special memories Robyn made. Lean on God for strength and comfort as you move forward in life. My deepest condolences.

- Brad Smith
The tribute you gave her was right on. I met Robyn at Curves. We formed a fast friendship. I am heartbroken at her passing. She loved her family and always raved about them. She was beautiful inside and out. She will be missed. I am SOOOOO sorry for your loss. She will be looking down on you from heaven. xo

- Laurie Leonhardt
Robyn what a beautiful lady. I’m so happy that I met you, and work with you. We had a lot of fun when we all got together. You will be missed more than you will ever know. You have made so many of us laugh and smile, you are amazing and still are. You will be missed 😢 You are in our hearts💕 God bless your family at this time and forever ❤️

- Cheryl Hansen
So Sad to hear of this great loss. God bless you Eric and the rest of the Family. You and your family are in our Prayers Kevin & Suzanne Overby.

- Kevin Overby
I can’t tell you how truly honored I am to be Robyns niece. She helped set my parents up on a blind date and offered to babysit. Without her I wouldn’t have the crazy loving family that I was welcomed into. I have too many great memories with my aunt and there’s no way I can pick just one. Without my aunt I would not be the person I am today and I’ll never be able to thank her for that. The Corona’s are on me! Lots of love.

- Kylee Howa
I am very saddened by this news and loss. Very great lady and was there for we when I was down and inspired me through a tough time in my like. Always will have a special place in my heart for you Robyn. I’m sure Heavenly Father is embracing your welcome. Rest well good friend.

- Jim Dangerfield
You will be greatly missed. You were a wonderful women with a gentle and kind soul. All the memories I have of of you bring a smile to my face. The last time I visited you and Eric, you brought up some past funny memories at dinner, I remember laughing so hard I had tears in my eyes and I could not even talk. You are one of only two people that could get me to do that. You are in my thoughts everyday and I will truly forever miss you.

- Erik Van Orman
As sure as one can see the sunbeams dancing in the air, filled joy the heart a tiny flower , silver golden hair. The mountains, seas and desert sky, yearly sing you name, The silver snow rests sparkling still, as sunset came, such golden beams dance lively on the waves, white sand hides the crystal blue, the stars, they bright the night. The gulf is dark as the Caribbean on moonless nights, remember, patiently you, can hear each wave, softly crash in hope till morning breaks, one can see the sunbeams, dancing in the air, a robins sings Gods sparking song, Loves Silver Golden Heir In honor and with love, most beautiful and precious soul.

- Stephani Bloor
Robyn was truly a one of a kind individual. I am still in disbelief I will not see her again until we meet in heaven. I will miss her smile, her laughter, her kindness and above all the friendship I felt when she was near! I am truly sorry for the loss of such an amazing person. God Bless you Eric, family and friends!

- Doreen Mctaggart
All I know of Robyn is her loving soul and generous heart. She always directed her care and attention to those around her who needed help, love, and attention. My heart is full with examples of her care; I will miss her presence and love that she held for everyone and her four legged friends. My dogs couldn't get close enough to her kind soul. Let's reach out to each other with the heart felt love she radiates to the world. Ramona Sierra

- Ramona Sierra