Robin Joy Jones, 58

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Robin Joy Jones, 58, of Kellogg, Idaho, on January 27, 2019, peacefully went to Heaven where she is joyfully dancing with her Lord. She was born August 13, 1960, in Traverse City, Michigan; the daughter of Calvin and Shirley (Hicks) Fuller.

Robin attended and graduated from the Traverse City High school in Michigan. After graduation, she continued her education by studying nursing. Later, she married Kirk Myers, and they had a son, Kirk.

Robin came to the Silver Valley in 2003, where she worked at various jobs in the hospitality and customer service industry. She connected with her new adoptive Seaton family, which led to receptionist jobs in Shellie and Grant Johnsonís Paw Prints and Emilyís Muttley Makeovers businesses. Healing of Robinís spirit, soul and body took place during those years. Work was very important to Robin as it fulfilled her desire to serve others.

In 2012, she received help for health issues and discovered love and care from the Seaton family and the women at church. She loved serving in the Mountain View Congregational Church of Kellogg, where she was a member. Robin was the head of the Womenís Ministry for a time and also worked as co-leader in the Fellowship Ministry.

Robin loved her son, Kirk, and his wife Jessie, and treasured the visits she was able to make to spend time with them. She especially looked forward to loving on her three grandsons, Kirk, Lucas, and Jacob. Also, the adventurous trips she made with her adopted Seaton /Johnson family remained highlights in Robinís life. Another joy for Robin was to do paint-by-number paintings, then give them as gifts to friends and family.

When Robin began her battle with cancer, she consciously chose to live each day with hope and joy, keeping her focus on Christ Jesus, and the sustaining faith He gave her.

Robin is survived by her son, Kirk (Jessie) Myers and their three children of Chalfont, PA; her brother Rick (Lori) Fuller of Traverse City, MI and their seven children; her biological mother, Shirley Hicks Fuller of Traverse City, MI. Robin is also survived by her adopted family: ďmom and dadĒ Norma and Jim Seaton of Kellogg, ID; sister Shellie (Grant) Johnson; brothers Randy (Ann) Seaton and Terry (Darlene) Seaton; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Robin was preceded in death by her beloved biological father, Calvin Fuller.

Memorial services will be held on Wednesday, February 6, 2019, at 11:00AM, at the Mountain View Congregational Church: 525 W. Cameron Avenue, Kellogg, Idaho. The service will be followed by a luncheon provided by the church.

One may sign Robinís online guestbook at www.shoshonefuneralservice.com.

SHOSHONE FUNERAL SERVICES AND CREMATORY of Kellogg, Idaho is entrusted with cremation services.

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