It is with fragile hearts that we announce the passing of the ever-loved Robin Elizabeth Kenny (nee Kuehn). Beginning her trip of a lifetime earlier than anticipated (aged 58), she departed peacefully in true Robin fashion, during the early hours of St. Patrick’s Day (we all know that she loved to celebrate). At home surrounded by her mother, Sally Clouston Johnson, and daughters, Hannah Maggie and Leah Holly, it is safe to say that she was sent off with love. Born in Biloxi, Mississippi, throughout the years Robin made her way to St. John’s, touching the lives of each person she encountered along the way. As her sister Deanna said, “Robin loved with her whole heart, gave the best hugs, and could out-laugh anyone.” Robin has called many places “home” throughout her lifetime, and will be missed by many world-wide. Notability, in Halifax she leaves behind her brothers John Richard (Rosemary) Kuehn and David (Heather) Johnson; nieces Beth (Steven), Sarah and Laura; nephews Peter and Ben. Throughout the rest of Canada, she leaves behind her brother Darroch Johnson; sister Lois (Robert) Dejardins; aunt Donna Clouston; uncle Peter (Pearl) Clouston; nephews James, Paul (Natasha) and Chris; niece Alexis. South of the border, Robin leaves behind her father John Carl (Juanita) Kuehn; brothers Mike (Jennifer) Kuehn and Tim (Heidi) Kuehn; sister Deanna (Cris) Duncan; aunt Sylvia (Robert) Bean; uncles Edwin Kuehn and Richard Kuehn; nieces Elizabeth and Ashley; nephews Dylan, Keegan and Karter. Robin also leaves behind cousins all over, notability Cindy Clouston, Donald Clouston, Robert Bean, Laura Yu, and Christina Bean. She leaves behind many special friends; her best friends and kindred spirits, Joseph Bourgeois and Paula Giovannini; good friends Roma Robinson, Peter Ivany, Phonse Barry and Tim Froude. Robin is predeceased by her step-father Paul Johnson, sister Heather Johnson and niece Dianna Johnson. Thank-you to all of the health-care professionals who assisted Robin and her family throughout the course of her illness. Although the COVID-19 pandemic prevents us from currently gathering, it is our hopes that sometime soon we will be able to properly celebrate her life. In honour of Robin, you can buy yourself a pair of shoes (in every colour if you really like them), dance around your kitchen to ABBA, or donate to Pancreatic Cancer Canada (PCC).