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Robin Maya Soto

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Robin Maya Soto of Newfield, NY died at home on April 6, 2021 of complications from early onset Alzheimer’s. She was a remarkable human being who was born in 1970 to Lisa and Jerry Wichman in Corning, NY. Robin attended Blueberry Hill School, Blueberry Hill-Farm School, Central School (now the Beverly J. Martin school), the Alternative Community School (now the Lehman Alternative Community School - from which her daughter Maya...  see more
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  • Christina Mead
  • Sara Forrest
  • Jen King
    Robin and I grew up together from young kids, always in one another's periphery, always connected through friends. During high school we got much closer. Robin was one of the best listeners there was, and she listened to me a lot while I struggled...  more
  • Aleeza Meir
  • Christopher Osborn
    Robin and I met in high school. We had a shared love of travel, biking, video production, skiing and movies. Movies were what brought us together. They were my escape, and she jumped right in to keep me company.

    As high school students with boundless...  more
  • Alicia Wilcox
  • Jen Johnson Wichman
    What a lovely tribute to Robin. Among Robin’s many, many attributes listed here, I also think she had just the best giggle and laugh. Her laughter was totally, delightfully contagious. Deepest condolences, biggest hugs. May her memory be for a blessing.
  • Kathryn Baker
    I had the pleasure of getting to know Robin just at the beginning of the great changes she would go through in the last years of her life. Among others, the lessons I learned from her in both acceptance and persistence will stay with me forever. With a...  more
  • Maya  Soto