Celebrating the life of Robin L. Staggs
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Robin Linette Staggs, longtime resident of Blair, Oklahoma, left her Earthly home to join the arms of the Lord on October 7th, 2023, after her five-year-long battle with ALS.
Robin a Christmas miracle was born on December 25th, 1964, to Max and Rae (Scarbrough) Graham in Fort Knox, Kentucky. Robin was the daughter of an Army soldier who lived in numerous places before the Graham family returned home to southwest, Oklahoma. Robin attended grade school in Martha, Oklahoma, and high school in Blair, Oklahoma where she won Homecoming Queen her senior year, graduating in 1983. Right out of high school, Robin started working at Red River Credit Union as a Banker before moving on to work at People's State Bank where she was for over twenty years, working as the Vice President. She then moved on and worked with Stockman's / Cattleman's Bank as a Compliance Officer before retiring in 2018. Robin was a hard worker who loved what she did and truly enjoyed her co-workers and customers.
Robin met Scott Staggs when they were fifteen. Scott fell madly in love with Robin at first site, and always knew he would marry her. On June 17, 1983, Robin married Scott at Martha Baptist Church. From their union came their two children, Cody and Skylar. Robin loved being a mother, she raised her kids to love God and those around them. She especially loved becoming a grandmother. She was the ultimate grandma, given the nickname "Nana Wob" by her precious grandchildren. Robin loved her family more than anything else, she loved spending time with them and treasuring every moment.
Robin was a faithful woman who loved the Lord, the church, and her community. She was a proud and longtime member of the First Baptist Church of Blair, Oklahoma. She spread the word of God to those around her. She left a legacy to her family of God's amazing love and grace; she knew God and God knew her. Robin was a prayer warrior, often keeping those around her in her thoughts and prayers. Robin was proud and locked in her faith. She was a very happy and outgoing person. Robin knew how to light up a room and put a smile on someone's face. She loved visiting the beach, playing in the water and sand with her grandkids. Her love for the ocean, river, water, and sand led her all over: she went to Red River, New Mexico, the Panhandle of Florida Peninsula, Dustin, Miami but Fort Walton, Florida was always her favorite. She loved to watch the water and relax with her dear husband while also enjoying watching her kids and grandkids. Robin was the best person and friend. She had the biggest heart and held genuine love for her friends and even strangers. While being stranded at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport, she met three young soldiers who weren't going to make it home, she paid and made sure all three soldiers were able to spend Christmas with their families. No one had a bigger heart than Robin Staggs.
Robin fought a courageous battle for five years against ALS. No matter how sick she was, she was always determined. Robin stayed strong within her unwavering faith. She showed those around her what resilience truly looked like. For those who would like to learn more about ALS, please visit www.als.org for more information.
Receiving Robin at the gates of Heaven were her father, Max Graham; maternal grandparents Kenneth and Laveda Sarvorgh; paternal grandparents Lela and Seb Graham; and brother, Mark (Bo) Graham.
Left to honor her memory include her husband Scott Staggs; mother, Rae (Scarbrough) Graham, son, Cody Staggs; daughter, Skylar Rogers and bonus son that God gifted her, Morgan; sister, Jeanne Graham; niece, Heather Pollard; nephews, Justin Freeland, Nick Graham, Trey Graham and wife Whitney; grandchildren, Riley Scott Rogers, Gatlin Staggs, Aubrey Staggs, and Landyn Staggs; as well as numerous extended family members, church family, and countless best friends.
Robin's family requests donations in lieu of flowers, may be made to any ALS charity.
The Staggs family would also like to give a special thank you to Dr. Dawod and Dr. Tran and Jackson County Memorial Hospice (you guys know who you are) for the wonderful care they provided Robin your kindness will never be forgotten.
A memorial service will be held at 10:00 a.m. Friday, October 13, 2023, at Lowell - Tims Funeral Home Chapel, Altus, Oklahoma.
Services have been entrusted to Lowell - Tims Funeral Home and Crematory, Altus, Oklahoma. Jackson's county's only locally owned and operated funeral home.
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