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Robin Marie Decker Woods

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By: Kim, Sue, Staci, Kyle and Michael Jun 3, 2017
Sending loving thoughts and prayers to all the family. Robin will be dearly missed. May you find comfort and peace at this time. Know that your friends and family are praying for all of you.
By: T. M. Jun 2, 2017
My sincere condolences to your family. May your memories comfort you and God's promise of the resurrection give you hope of the time when you can be reunited with her. (Acts 24:15; Revelation 21:3-5)
By: Diane Gatlin Jun 1, 2017
I will deeply miss Robin. The sentence is so very simple, yet so profound. Such a wonderful amazing women, with her soft spoken words and constant smile. She gave her all to each of us who worked with her and called her friend. Never an unkind word, she was always the first to step up to help a fellow nurse or patient. She was remarkably giving and always talked about Tyler. Her love for him was limitless, I pray he knows how much his Momma loved him. He was her world.
The last words Robin said to me were right before my vacation. She said "I can't wait to see the pictures and hear all about it!" You knew she meant it. She was truly interested in your world, your hopes and your dreams. So to state it again, the very simple sentence_ I will deeply miss Robin. I will miss my friend.
By: Laurie Mulhall Jun 1, 2017
So sorry for your loss. Robin was an amazing nurse and a sweet friendly co-worker. We will miss her beautiful smile and her never ending kindness. Rest in peace Robin.
By: Jennifer Woolley May 31, 2017
I want to express my deepest condolences to those this beautiful soul left behind to grieve. I didn't know her well, but she changed my life. It's been 18 years since I saw her face, yet I knew immediately who she was when the news of her death showed up in my Facebook feed. Robin was my labor and delivery nurse 18 years ago at HNW. It was a traumatic day for me as I prepared to say hello and then goodbye to my newborn son and place him for adoption. The nurse that I had all day was less than compassionate- I felt judged, ashamed and too weak to fight. But my doctor insisted on a new nurse for me and that bright smile entered my room. Robin was at my side for the next few hours- encouraging me, teaching me and empowering me to get through it. She was kind and compassionate and showed me great grace and love. After he was born, she was an advocate for me, making sure that I got to hold him quickly and spend every single of the precious few moments that I would get with him. She continued to visit over the next two days, crying with me, holding my hand and being a friend. I realized after that experience how one person can change that experience and I knew that I wanted to be able to be that light for someone, the way Robin was for me. And I became a labor and delivery nurse so that I could be just like her. Every extra tough situation that I have ever faced in l&D, I have thought of her and been reminded of the importance to step in and go the extra mile for my patients. I regret that I never got the chance to tell her this, but I wanted to share it with her family to tell you that her legacy reaches further than you will ever know.
By: Emma Hold and Keith May 28, 2017
To our family: Words are difficult to find to express
my sorrow for the loss of Robin. Our prayers are for
all of you. We don't understand many things that happen
in life, but this we know...God has a plan for our
lives and He knows best. We have to trust Him in
every situation. Prayers for all of you from many,
many people from my church in Industry, Texas.
My love to all of you.
Aunt Sissie
By: Billy Welsh May 28, 2017
So sorry for your loss. We know what you are going thru and nothing done or said can take the hurt away. Our babies should never leave us but God had a reason and why we will never know. Our prayers are with you and hugs too.
By: Meagan whitney May 28, 2017
This is still a surreal moment for a lot of us. You will truly be missed! Houston Northwest will forever remember you. Continue to rest hunny 😘
By: Mariana Rodriguez May 28, 2017
I still feel in shock knowing I will never get to see that beautiful smile of yours. You were always kind and patient and you have no idea how much I will miss you at work. The day I found out was the hardest shift I have ever worked. I was emotionally tired and not myself. I would always walk in and say "Hey Robin!" And you would reply "Hey baby how are you!" Always, even if you were having a bad day, because that is who you are. You are an inspiration and hope to one day be at least half of the great nurse you were. You're patients have no idea how lucky they were to have you. You will forever be missed at your other home, Houston Northwest and I want you to know we all love you. Rest In Peace my beautiful Robin, you will always have a special place in my heart.

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