Sunset Funeral Home
1800 St. George Rd., Evansville

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Robin L. Coplen-Lowe

July 4, 1959 - June 21, 2022


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    Marvin darminio says

    I know you are already cutting up up there robin until I see you again keep everybody laughing and being the wonderful you you are

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    The Staff of Lakeside Manor says

    Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss. Our thoughts are with your family during this difficult time. Robin will remain in our hearts forever.

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Robin Lynn Coplen-Lowe, 62, of Evansville passed away Tuesday, June 21, 2022. Robin was born on Independence Day, July 4, 1959, to Robert May and Dixie (Humble) Stephens.

Robin was a woman of joy and great humor. She never missed an opportunity to crack a joke or pull a prank. She spent many years of her life caring for others as a nurse. She loved pool, playing bingo, yard sales, and feeling the wind on her motorcycle. Robin was an active member of her church. She especially loved the Lord, her family, and her friends. Robin was an individual of long-term recovery for over 19 years. She inspired many by sharing her experience, strength, and hope.

Robin is reunited in Heaven with her loving father, Dave Stephens, and her sweet niece, Johanna May. She is continuously loved by her husband Charlie Lowe; her children Cody and Heidi Williams, Lacey and Charlie Miller, and David and Julia Smith; Mother Dixie Stephens; brothers Joe and Jenn May and Butch May. She is also loved by her grandchildren; Natalie Williams, Noah Martin, Brant Miller, Kendyll Smith, Kaylyn Smith, and Kallie Smith; nieces Jessica Dick and Isabella May; and closest friends Mona, Angel Riley, and the members of Warrior Women.

Visitations will be held on Tuesday, June 28, 2022, from 11am- 12pm CST at Sunset Funeral Home. Her service will begin at 12pm in the Chapel with officiant, Pastor Dave Schwambach. Burial will follow at Odd Fellows Cemetery in Bicknell, Indiana. A motorcycle escort will be led by David Smith leaving the funeral home.