Robin L. B. Eldridge

27.11.2017
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ROBIN L.B. ELDRIDGE, 58, passed away Thanksgiving Day, November 23, 2017, at home. She was born Robin Blake and grew up in New Albany. She was a life-long educator, teaching at East Washington Schools, JCPS, home, and New Albany-Floyd County Schools. Robin was devoted to Christ, serving at First Church of God in New Albany and Atwood Wesleyan Church in Louisville, KY. She was a musician, playing piano, flute and piccolo at church and in the Louisville Civic Orchestra. Robin loved her family and her students. She relished traveling with her family, especially when it involved a Caribbean cruise.

She was preceded in death by her father: Marty Blake.

Robin’s grace and love for life is now our inspiration to be better and to love more every day. Left to carry on her kindness and joy are:

Her husband: Milo Eldridge,

Their children: Benjamin, Rachel, and Samuel,

her mother: Joy Weedman Blake,

her brother: Jeff Blake (Jennifer),

and numerous treasured family members, friends, and students.

A celebration of Robin’s life will be held at 10 AM Saturday December 2, 2017 at First Church of God (2248 Charlestown Road, New Albany). Visitation will be from 5 – 8 PM Thursday and 5 – 8 PM Friday, all at the church.
Arrangements have been entrusted to the Oak Street Chapel of Seabrook Dieckmann & Naville.
Memorial contributions may be given to The Gideons, Voice of the Martyrs, or the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.

17 responses on “Robin L. B. Eldridge

  1. Phyllis Erber says:

    Robin’s kindness and generosity will always be remembered.

  2. David Wright says:

    Please know that my PRAYERS and LOVE are with you at this difficult time.

  3. Gil Alexander says:

    Milo,

    I’m out of town this week but the news of Robin’s passing made it to me and I was so sorry to hear of it. I know this is a hard time but I also know from our discussions that you and your family have a strong foundation of faith in Christ to rest upon.

    Lisa and my condolences and prayers are with you and the kids.

    Peace and Love in Christ,

    Gil

  4. Jennifer Walden says:

    She was a wonderful teacher to our son Paul last school year! Our deepest sympathy and prayers go out to all of the family and friends!

  5. Phyllis Rhodes says:

    Robin’s light will continue to shine through her family and the many people she touched throughout her life and particularly through her illness.

  6. Steve Bache says:

    I am sorry for your loss. I only met Milos wife once at a class reunion (Frankfort) but I know she was a fine person like Milo. I will keep your family in my prayers.

  7. Lois Gardella says:

    I met Robin at a keeping in touch brunch for breast cancer survivors ( yes ago. She was a wonderful person with s very sweet, loving spirit. I have followed her through her journey with pancreatic cancer on Facebook praying for her daily. I know she is now free of pain and suffering and on the afms of her savior. Prayers for her family and many many friends as they grieve her loss!!

  8. Jacki Gosewehr Crum says:

    I am so sorry for your loss, thinking of you

  9. Pat Lush says:

    I worked with Robin at Lincoln Elementary School and she was one of our best teachers. She was very devoted to all her students and showed them much love and compassion. She was a great co-worker and the true meaning of a lady. My deepest sympathy to al her family and many friends.

  10. R Mitchell says:

    To the Family of Robin, my sincere condolences for your loss. The pain and the sense of loss that death brings can be overwhelming without the help our Creator can provide. As you cope with your loss, may you also find comfort in knowing that soon God promises to put an end to all the things that have plagued mankind for centuries including death (Revelation 21:3,4). May the words from God’s word the Bible give you comfort now and strong hope for the future. Deepest sympathy

  11. Wanda and William says:

    We are so sorry for your loss . Robin and I met last year as models for a breast cancer event. She is a sweet lady and I will miss my pink sister. May the Lord comfort you forever. Grief has no time limit and love never stops. She is nit gone, just passed over.

  12. Joe Sceifers says:

    Jeff and family,
    I am so sorry to hear of Robin’s passing. May God be with your family for comfort and strength during this time.
    Joe Sceifers

  13. Patrick Wright says:

    We all wanted Robin to be healed and for it to be used for the Glory of God, Today after all I heard from just a few of the many she has touched, it is Obvious Her Whole Life IS a witness to the Glory of God !!!

  14. David Holloway says:

    Milo and family, we grieve w/ you and will continue to pray as you heal together. We are so sorry for your loss. May God’s grace and peace bring you comfort. While we didn’t know Robin well, the comments we’ve read confirm she was a beautiful soul. Hugs and prayers!

    Dave/Cindy Holloway

  15. Terri Sanders says:

    I’m not going to say I’m sorry for your loss, instead I’m going to say how extremely happy I am for all of you to have had such a close relationship with such an amazing woman. I was only blessed to have known her because of Breast Cancer first. I passed on a Cancer Support Gift to her after my battle six months earlier. Her whole attitude and smile let me know beyond a shadow of a doubt that Breast Cancer had met its match. Then we talked quite a bit this past Thanksgiving and Christmas at Results Therapy. We both happened to have outside aches and pains that needed therapy. I hate now, that I have a feeling the neck pain was more than just that. Hind sight always 20/20. The main reason I had to write is to re-confirm what I’m sure you know, but can never hear enough…your wife/mom could not have talked about the blessings her family any more! We never had a conversation without her bragging about someone’s accomplishments! She was always determined she would win this battle…I know she tried with all her might for each of you, and for herself. I know she is in a better place and is in peace now. The best thing you can do for her is to also find peace, because I know that is what she wants for each of you! God Bless!

  16. Rose Hill says:

    What a legacy to have when you go an meet your maker. the blessed are the ones that really lived with Robin day in and out. We have all been blessed by Robin in one way or another. My daughter who did not know Robin personally or does not remember her has worked with many students that Robin has had and in the impression Robin has left on the kids has been passed on to others. I do pray for the family during this time of sorrow. the service was beautiful and Milo did great with humor to bring as Robin always did. May God be with you during this time and as time passes. Cannot wait to see her again on the other side.

  17. David Wilson says:

    Milo and family, you continue to be in my prayers. What a difficult journey you have had. We celebrate that Robin lived such a wonderful life and was such a blessing to others.

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