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Robert Shane Robinson was called home abruptly Saturday, July 23, 2022. He was born to Vicki Woockman and Robert Robinson on December 31, 1975. Shane was an adventurous and mischievous
boy, never sitting still, full of wonder. As a young man, he spent a lot of time in the mountains around Star Valley with his dad. He learned to hike, hunt, shoot a bow and arrow, and woodwork from his dad.
He spent the summers working in Las Vegas spending the with his mom. Shane has an incredible bond with his sister Nichole and they spent many summers together building memories that will forever be
Shane caught the eye of his brown hair, blue eyed sweetheart Jennifer in the winter of 1992. From that day forward, they were inseparable. Shane married Jennifer Clement on June 9, 1995, they were later
sealed for the and all eternity on June 10, 1996, in the Salt Lake Temple. Jennifer and Shane made their home in Star Valley and welcomed four boys Tysen, Andrew, Paysen and Jaden and last winter welcomed his daughter-in-law Sarah. Shane was a hard worker who was good with his hands. There was no project too big or too small that you couldn’t ask him to help with. He enjoyed spending the creating things and had recently started turning wood, making beautiful bowls, urns, and caskets. He was a master craftsman, who took the the to make sure that whatever he was working on was the best of the best.
He worked for Gary Jenkins Construction, R&T Construction, Lincoln County Fair Board, as Lincoln County Physical Facilities and Maintenance Director, and Star Valley Health. He started a lawn care business which he worked with each of his boys and Jennifer. They loved the time they got to share together and were able to beautify all the yards that they were in charge of. His favorite past-times were anything that combined faith and family. He loved spending time outdoors on the boat, camping, hunting, hiking, snowmobiling anything that involved being in nature.
Shane was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He has held several callings including serving in the Bishopric, Elders Quorum, Young Mens, Primary and Ward Mission Leader. He
was able to serve all he came in contact with. He had a strong testimony and love for the Savior, to which he would not deny. His light and example has helped and touched the lives of many friends,
family and strangers that he has come in contact with. He was a true disciple of the Savior until the time he was taken.
Shane is survived by sweetheart of 27 years - Jennifer, and by his children Robert Tysen, Andrew (Sarah), Paysen, and Jaden Robinson. His parents Robert (Christine) Robinson, and Vicki (Rich) Woockman, and
his sister Nichole (Charles) Stewart. He is also survived by his in-laws Val and Pam Clement, Aimee (Bryan) Baarz, Jason Clement, Carolynn Clement, Tiffani (Clint) Hardy, Charlotte (Kyle) Parsons, and 17 nieces and nephews who think their Uncle Shane walked on water. We all will miss his stories, potato gun, love and laughter.
He is proceeded in death by his grandparents: Keith and Verda Robinson and Edward and Mildred Fetz.
A memorial fund has been set up at Bank of Star Valley in Afton.