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Robin L. Hackett
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I dropped 'The Wick' when I read of Robin's death. She was a housemate, friend, actress, bright light, full of laughter and whit and I'm in shock. To her friends and family you are all in my prayers.

Posted by: Barbara Bouton Snyder - friend   May 31, 2013

I knew Robin at Hartwick College where we often acted together in short plays and scene study class. She was a wonderful presence on stage and a joy to act with. My heartfelt condolescences to her family and friends.

My God bless and keep her soul.

Posted by: Robert Maley - Charlottesville, VA - Former Classmate   May 26, 2013

I was looking through facebook tonight, and saw a comment Robin (eLeri) wrote to something several months ago, and it brought her passing right back.

I didn't know eLeri that well, but I have known her for as long as I've been in the SCA.She was a wonderful person, always with a smile & a kind word. Her loss leaves a huge hole in the hearts of Concordia, Anglespur, and the whole Knowne World.

Rest in peace, eLeri. You are, and always will be, missed very much.

Posted by: Bill Studdiford - North Greenbush, NY - Scadian Friend   Nov 03, 2012

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family and Tom at this difficult time.

Posted by: DeniseRrudolph - Scotia, NY - Knew her in the SCA   Nov 01, 2012

Sally and family,
I was so sad to read of Robin's death. I was away for a few days, and saw the Gazette when I returned.
My sincerest condolences to all of you. She was a very talented young lady, and has left the world way too soon.
Mary Ann Sinnenberg and family.

Posted by: Mary Ann Sinnenberg - Scotia, NY - Friend   Oct 31, 2012

you were one of the very first people I met when I arrived at college, and you were always in or near my biggest circle of friends. I had been enjoying our second round of friendship here on Facebook over the past two years. It ended far too soon.
To Robin's friends and family, I'm very sorry for your loss.

Posted by: Jack Vietas - MA   Oct 28, 2012

My dear Robin.... thank you for being a part of my life. So many great college memories, so much laughter. And truly amazing that I was able to discover you again, of all places, working together, in the same building, only floors apart. I was never a big believer in fate, but somehow this has made me believe there is/was a reason for our paths to recross. Not sure what it is just yet. But, I'm sure you'll remind me.

Posted by: Jay Perrotte - Ravena, NY - College friend and co-worker   Oct 26, 2012

My deepest Sympathy to you and your family Sally. I didn't know Robin but if she is anything like you, she was a wonderful and caring person.

Posted by: Rita Machin - Schenectady, NY   Oct 23, 2012

I met Robin when she moved from the Chemistry Lab to the Central office of the Department of Environmental Conservation. We were in one training class together. We also played Bocce Ball on the same team at the Division Picnic. Although Robin was a quiet person, she was part of our team at work.a part that will be missed. I am happy to have known her and I am sorry for your loss.

Posted by: Pamela J. Brown - Cohoes, NY - Co-Worker   Oct 23, 2012

Although still young, Robin showed such grace, wisdom and wit in every situation I ever saw her. It was always a pleasure to talk with her. Although I was not close to Robin, I know that those who knew her best and loved her miss her deeply. People like Robin serve as models to us all as to how we should treat each other. I am honored to have known her.

My sincere condolences to Robin's family. I wish you peace as you grieve and knowledge of the light she brought to the world, and in which she now dwells.

Posted by: Rocky Bonsal - Niskayuna, NY - co-thespian   Oct 23, 2012