Robin Lynn Christoferson


Robin Lynn Christoferson


Robin Lynn Christoferson
Robin Lynn Christoferson

Robin Lynn Christoferson, 58, of Billings, passed away Tuesday, June 4, 2013, at her home.

The daughter of Leonard and Reva Clough, Robin was born on Sept. 7, 1954, at Pine Bluffs, Wyo., and received her education in Burns, Wyo. She married Brad Christoferson in Billings on April 21, 2000. Robin had worked at St. Vincent Healthcare for over 25 years, retiring due to her health in February 2013.

Family, especially her grandchildren, were the center of Robin’s life. She was also active in Bible Study.

Survivors include her husband, Brad; three children: Renee Witt, her husband Kevin and their children, Emily, Meghan, Mollie and Kelsie, Danelle LaFountain, her husband Gerald and their children, Scott and Janae, all of Billings, and Eldon Lambert, his wife Diana and their children Chase, Christopher and EJ of Milwaukee; four stepchildren: Tammy Keene, her husband Keith and their children Alyssa and Madison, and Tracy Bostwick and her children Shawn and Carter, all of Idaho, Kevin Christoferson and his daughter Ridley of Billings and Stacy Christoferson and Rebecca West of Billings; sisters Sheila Speck and Candra Acton; and brothers Mac and Larry Clough.

The family would like to thank Robin’s friends and co-workers for all their love and support. Memorials may be directed to Jessica Lammers, 6608 Lipizzan Place, Shepherd, MT 59079, in support of Robin’s Nest, a room renovation project at the Women and Family Shelter organized by Robin’s co-workers at St. Vincent Labor and Delivery.

Cremation has taken place. Memorial services will be held 10 a.m. Saturday, June 15, at Michelotti-Sawyers Mortuary.

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  1. Mama Robin you are missed more then ever, the world is down one very special angle and heaven is up one. You will forever be in our hearts! Always remembered, never forgotten and missed dearly!
    We love you,
    Tammy, Keith, alyssa, Madison

  2. Renee,
    Sadness can’t begin to express how I feel about the loss of your Mom. She was awesome in so many ways!! My prayers are near you and your family. I remember when your girls were born and how excited she was, seems like long ago. I worked with her for “years” at the hospital. Bless her and all of your family.

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