Robin Caryl Makeshine

Robin Caryl Makeshine, 40, of  Ethete, WY, died on November 30 2020 at Help for Health Hospice Home in Riverton, WY.

An all-night Visitation with Wake to begin 7:00 pm, Thursday, December 3, 2020, at the Family Home, 31 Silent Bend, Fort Washakie, WY 82514. The Funeral Service will be held at 10:00 am Friday, December 4th, 2020 at 31 Silent Bend, Fort Washakie WY. Burial will follow service at Yellow Calf Cemetery

Robin C. Makeshine was born 5/9/80 to Bernard “ Larry “ Makeshine and Carolyn Wheeler in Riverton WY. Robin was raised on the Wind River Reservation, she attended Wyoming Indian Schools and later received her G.E.D.. Robin was baptized Episcopalian. She liked to travel and see new places. She enjoyed being surrounded by family and friends, and she especially enjoyed being around her niece and nephew Illyonna and Jelawnie. She had many close friends that became family to her. Robin always had a smile when she walked into a room and had a listening ear to whoever needed to talk.

Robin was preceded in death by her mother, Carolyn Makeshine; brother, Michael Makeshine; aunt and uncle, Gloria and Larry Wheeler; cousins, Dawn Wheeler, Rena Quiver, Marvin Friday and Curtis Wheeler; grandparents, Edith Wheeler, William Wheeler, Frances Makeshine, Pauline Lincoln, Joann Little, and Noble Little; and great-grandmother, Rena Redman-Little.

Robin is survived by her father, Bernard “ Larry “ Makeshine (Tina); sisters,  Daryl Makeshine (Teddi), Melissa Makeshine (Jerel); brothers, Byron Makeshine ( Jolene), James Wheeler, Lionel Makeshine, Houston Willow, Donald Makeshine (Brandi) and Brandon Makeshine; step-brother, Augustine Bell ( Randi); aunts, Regina Antelope, Jenette “ Jinx” Wheeler, Alphia Antelope, Evette Killcrease, Antionette Harris, Sharlene Quilt, Irene Denny and Nora Tabaho; uncle, Pat Brown; numerous nieces, nephews, grandchildren, cousins, aunts, and uncles.

Parts of her extended family include Makeshine, Wheeler, Hopper, and Harris Families.

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