In Memory

Robyn Hyland (Arnold)

Robyn Hyland (Arnold)

Robin R. Arnold
1953 - 2015 | Obituary

Robin Rae Arnold will remain a light to those who knew her. South Pasadena graduating class of 1971. Years of love and laughter in Ocean Beach followed. Marriage to Gregory Bruce Arnold in 1977. Move to Washington state and birth of Jessie Mae in 1979. Our family building a log cabin in rural Washington. Returning to her hometown and beginning work in the South Pasadena school district, she did so much good for people in the 26 years she worked there. Always with a camera dancing to the music. Her home always open and ready for margaritas and something on the grill. If you know Robin Arnold you know love.

Mother Carol Hyland, Father John Hyland, sister Angela Hyland-Fernandez, brother Richard Hyland, daughter Jessica Arnold, grand daughter Jillianne Smith-Arnold and so many dear friends ask that you please gather with us to remember all the amazing things about my mother.

Church services will be held on Monday August 10th at 6 p.m. Calvary Presbyterian Church 1050 Fremont Ave South Pasadena, CA 91030

Flowers for the service are welcomed

Celebration of Life will be at The San Gabriel Elks Lodge on Las Tunas Blvd Sunday November 1st from 2-7 p.m., which would have been mom's 62 birthday. Please bring your favorite dish for the most epic potluck that ever was.
Published in San Gabriel Valley Tribune on Aug. 6, 2015

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08/22/15 11:41 AM #1    

Sue Dice (Roberts)

Rest in Peace Robyn. Your memory lives on. <3



08/22/15 10:52 PM #2    

Lisa Barnhart (Galasso)

Robyn will never be forgotten by everyone who knew her, blessings to her family and loved ones

05/24/16 02:38 PM #3    

Carole Standish (Mora)

I've dreamed of Robyn a few times over the years, because we did have a special connection.  And for a time during high school, I always walked to and from school with her along Marengo Avenue.  I especially remember seeing the movie "Wait Until Dark" at the Rialto Theatre together.  At the most suspenseful and frightening part in the movie, when I was sitting there frozen in anticipation about what might happen next, Robyn began squirting a water pistol into my face!  It was the kind of slightly mean but also very funny prank that I will never forget. She and I were best friends there for a little while, and I'm glad to know she had a full, productive and love-filled life.  May she rest in peace.

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