Robin Nicole Thomson McMillin

Robin Nicole Thomson McMillin passed away peacefully in Houston, Texas on September 16, 2023 after a long battle with breast cancer. She was born December 9, 1973 in Houston, Texas, to Rusty and Deborah (Garner) Thomson. Robin was preceded in death by her mother Debbie (Garner) Thomson, uncle Ronald Garner, paternal grandparents Bob Thomson and Roberta (Gandin) Domaschk, and maternal grandparents Robert and LaVerne (Hollaway) Garner.

Robin will forever be cherished in the memories of her father Rusty and wife Lori; husband David and daughters Britteny and Shelby; brothers Troy and wife Johnna, Eric and wife Jennifer, Juston and wife Ashley; many beloved aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, special grandmother Marie and granddaughter Aubrie. Robin’s special friends Amy (Krejci) Johnson, Barbara (Kitson) Urdiales and Marci (Hoagland) Carbaugh along her three dogs Kodi, Lady and Max that she loved as much as any humans!

Robin grew up in Houston, Texas attending South Houston HS. She was a hard worker from a young age and started working in high school. She had various jobs, sometimes more than one at a time, to try to earn her own way early on. It was very important to her to go back to school later in life. Robin earned her Associates Degree from HCC and her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Houston Clear Lake. She graduated from both with High Honors and on the Dean’s List all the while in the middle of raising a family.

Robin would have a career in the construction industry as an Assistant Superintendent/Project Manager Coordinator. She was good at taking care of all of the tiny details, keeping track of all the logs and draw schedules, staying on top of all of her “guys” and the trades. She would stand toe to toe with any of the “guys” and remind them all of what was expected and when.

Robin loved her crafts. She was always up to try a new craft and would typically pull others in to helping as well, especially the girls! Some of these crafts included sewing, knitting, quilting, crocheting, painting, ceramics, jewelry making, decorative cup making, Ukrainian egg decorating, and many, many more. She especially loved doing crafts to give away to others.

Robin attended River Pointe Church in Missouri City, serving on the Guest Connections “Red” Team. She loved getting to church early so that she could enjoy the worship portion of the service. She participated in several small groups and always encouraged others to do the same. She will be dearly missed by all of those she leaves behind to cherish her memory.

A memorial service in honor of Robin will be held at 10am Saturday September 30, 2023 at River Point Church located at  7057  Knights Ct, Missouri City, TX 77459.


  1. Love and miss you sis!

  2. We knew Robyn as family to Barbara. Crazy funny lady who loved everyone she ever met. She will be missed by us and all those who knew her. Our condolences to her family and may they know she now rests in the hands of our Lord. Until we meet again🙏🏻

    Dawn Kitson
  3. We will forever miss you Robyn. You and my daughter Barbara were the best of friends from a very early age. Got into trouble together, had fun and laughter all the years continuing. You gave your all but our Father said it was time to come home. Rest in his arms now and know you are loved. We will miss you but your memory will live forever

    Glenn Kitson
  4. Robin, or Sissy as I called her because she was my boys big sister, was my daughter for a short time although I never stopped thinking of her as my daughter. I had the privilege of talking and texting with her often the last few months and cheroour conversations and prayers. I will miss her sweet smile and her big personality bit mostly her hugs.

    Michelle McKey
  5. Love and prayers to David, Brittney and Shelby! Love, Doug and Cathey

    Doug and Cathey Page
  6. You were like a second sister to me growing up. So many of my fondest childhood memories include you and Amy. You will be so deeply missed. Prayers for David, your dad and your girls. Love always, (LS)

    Kim Cochran
  7. John 13:7
    Jesus replied, “You don’t understand now what I am doing, but someday you will.”
    I thank you very much for allowing me to be part of your journey. You made it to Heaven. Miss seeing you rush into the office trying to get in before me. You remark was oh, your here. You made me smile every morning. Love you, girl.

    Hilda Esparza
  8. To say I am to hear of Robin’s passing is an understatement. I know Robin is with the Lord so there is comfort knowing she made it! We talked about the Lord alot. Robin was so much fun to work with. We always found something to die laughing about. She loved her family dearly, and brought her girls and grand daughter to the office to hang out with us which I enjoyed. I will miss her here on earth, but I know there will be a party in heaven when I see her again.

    Mindy Long

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