Robyn O. McMaster

March 8, 1942 - July 6, 2016

Age 74, of the Town of Pike, died July 6, 2016 at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester.

She was born March 8, 1942 in Sydney, Australia. Robyn was predeceased by her father, John ?Jack? Ottley; her mother, Valerie Hurst Wallace and her stepfather, Robert Wallace. She was raised in Castile and was a graduate of Letchworth Central School Class of 1960. Robyn received her bachelor?s degree from Houghton College; her master?s degree from the State University of New York at Geneseo and her doctorate from the University of Buffalo.

Robyn was a vibrant, energetic person who enjoyed golfing, bird watching, photography and traveling. She was a dedicated wife, mother, grandmother and follower of Christ. Robyn was a business partner along with her friend, Ellen Weber in the Mita International Brain Center, an educational consulting business providing services to a variety of educational institutions and students in a variety of areas including, leadership, ethics and educational opportunities.

Surviving are her husband of fifty-four years, Carl McMaster; her children, Scott (Tracy) McMaster of Corfu, Kristin (Michael) Everett of Walnutport, PA, Sean (Melody) McMaster of Batavia; her grandchildren, Kenneth, Jonathan, Anthony, Nathan and Nicholas; her siblings, Jill Davis of Ottawa, Canada, David (Laurinda) Wallace of Hereford, AZ; several nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles.

Friends may call Friday, July 8 from 6 ? 8 PM at Harmon-Watson Funeral Home, 35 N. Main St., Castile. Robyn?s celebration of life service will be held Saturday, July 9 at 2 PM at the Highpoint Community Church, 1163 Main Rd., Corfu, NY. Private burial will be in East Koy Cemetery, Pike.

Important Dates
July 7, 2016 : Celebration of the life of Robyn O. McMaster at the Highpoint Community Church, Corfu - 7:34 PM

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Jul 15.19 from Jenny Barone:

Love her all around. Will miss her smiles & hugs! Robyn is blessing heaven. And I will see again! ☝????

Jul 15.19 from Ellen Weber:

As Senior VP at the Mita International Brain Center - Robyn left her unique mark of care, faith and curiosity in ways that have sent back messages of grief and gratitude from around the world today! Her awesome legacy is now left to her family whom she adored! She changed many lives - including mine! Ellen

Jul 15.19 from Greg Lockwood:

Have h own Robyn all of my life, such a great person.  My thoughts and prayers are with Carl and the family.

Jul 15.19 from Steve Wallace:

She always had a smile on her face and good words for everyone.  As a fellow educator she inspired and encouraged me.  As a cousin she embraced our family relationship. I will miss her greatly!! God bless you Robyn!!

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May the Lord wrap His comforting arms around her family.  I’ll see you in heaven some day, Robyn.

Jul 15.19 from Shawn & Karen Hotchkiss:

Robyn will be greatly missed! She worked in the education dept when Shawn was gaining his bachelors degree, and I had the privilege of working with her shortly after. What a blessing.

Jul 15.19 from Ron & Lorraine Jerdon:

It is an honor to have gotten to know Robyn and observe her love for our Lord and her family. Lorraine & I will always remember her smiling face and I look forward to having a good cup of coffee over a game of rook in heaven someday.

Jul 15.19 from Jan (Quandt) Fuss:

So sorry for your loss. She was always so nice.

Jul 15.19 from Mark:

Robyn kissed a little boy on the forehead when she married Carl.  Always smiling, always cheerful, always a part of my family. I look forward to the next kiss on the forehead when I see her again.

Jul 15.19 from Gary Wallace:

On behalf of myself, my wife, Karen & daughter Dorian; I offer our sincere condolences on the sudden, untimely loss of our cousin, Robyn.

Jul 15.19 from Kathy Arnold:

Such a sweet lady.  My thoughts and prayers are sent to the whole family.

Jul 15.19 from Kathy & Eric George:

Our prayers are with your family at this difficult time.  Having only met her a short time ago, we know she was strong of faith and family.  Such a sweet lady and full of stories to share.  May you find comfort in your memories of Robyn (“Dearma”)

Jul 15.19 from Michael Engler:

Scott and McMaster family.  Sorry for your loss.  My God fill your hearts with love, joy,and found memories of Robyn’s life!

Jul 15.19 from Neal and Gail Merle:

Our thoughts and prayers to Carl and family. As old classmates and neighbors ,always a fine lady.

Jul 15.19 from Barbara Giannavola:

My sincere condolences to Carl and family.  I just learned of her passing today.  I knew Robyn and was friends with her in Castile, NY.  We lived “next door” to one another ( a vacant lot between our houses).  I so wish I had stayed in touch with her over the years.  The last time I saw her was when she visited me in North Chili when my oldest son was a baby.

Jul 15.19 from Robert F. Mote Jr.:

So very sorry for your loss.  I don’t know if you remember me much but Carl was my Dads close friend from childhood.  I remember visiting your family and Scott and Kristen when I was a young boy.  I remember how much of a beautiful family you all have.  I hope that God has eased your pain and given you comfort in knowing she is in a good place with him now.  If you see this message you may email anytime you would like.  God Bless.