Robin L. Wefenstette

Farmington – Robin L. Wefenstette, 56, of Farmington, passed away at 5:45 AM on Friday, August 11, 2017 at her home. She was born on February 8, 1961 in Red Bud, IL to Billy and Clara Jo (Reinhardt) Bills. She married Eric Wefenstette on May 23, 1998. He Survives.

Also Surviving is her Father; Step-Mother, Norma Bills; son, Jacob (Ashley) Camp of Farmington; three grandchildren, Emily, Parker and Wesson; two brothers William J. Bills of North Carolina, Kevin L. Bills of Peoria; step-sister, Shonna Bates of Canton, and many nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her mother.

Robin was the Human Resources representative at Cook Medical in Canton, she enjoyed fishing, spending time with family, and loved helping others.

Visitation will be held from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM on Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at Anderson-Sedgwick Funeral Home in Farmington, IL. Cremation rites will be accorded though Sedgwick Funeral Homes & Crematory, in Canton, IL. Memorials can be made to the family. To view Robin’s DVD or to make online condolences you may go to

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16 Responses to Robin L. Wefenstette

  1. Valerie Alwood says:

    I’m very sorry for the loss of Robin. She was a wonderful lady who helped our family in the past with the difficult days when our Mom was dying. She will be missed.

  2. Betty Reinhardt Murphy says:

    My symptoms and prayers go out to all of Robin’s family and friends. Although I hadn’t seen Robin many years, I always remembered her as being beautiful inside and out. She will have a grand reunion with her mother, Clara Jo, and many other family members. May God comfort you and bring you peace at this difficult time.





  5. Patty camp smith and Ben smith says:

    So sorry for your loss,robin was wonderful person,prayers for all

  6. Kim Oatman-Lane says:

    I’m definitely going to miss seeing Robin’s infectious smile everyday at work. Such a beautiful and kind soul. Sending thoughts and prayers to her family and friends.

  7. Jamie Jones says:

    Such a sweet lady. RIP Robin.

  8. kimberley j. schisler says:

    Bill, I’m so sorry for the loss of your daughter. I know how heartbreaking this is for you. I’m thinking of you.

  9. Marianne Pilkington says:

    Such a very sweet woman. I had the pleasure of her being in the office at FNH for many years. So sorry.

  10. Marilyn Garrett says:

    Robin was a music student of mine many years ago. She was a wonderful student as well as a wonderful person.I’m so sorry for the loss of this very special lady.

  11. Betty and Terry Keithley says:

    A beautiful lady. I am glad I got meet her. She will be missed.

  12. Rick and Tanya Games says:

    We are saddened to hear of your great loss Eric. Many prayers for strength and comfort. God Bless.

  13. Patricia & Ralph Welker says:

    Cannot believe that such a truly helpful, caring, beautiful person was taken so suddenly. But then I remembered that God takes his best sometimes too. She is right there with Him and all the loved ones that went before and is at peace. God will also watch over those of us left behind. May her family find peace.

  14. Mariane Nichol says:

    Eric and family, so very sorry for your loss. Robin was very sweet lady. I loved working with her. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  15. Kara Saal says:

    I was devastated to hear of Robin’s passing. I met her and her brother Bill when I first became employed at FCM. She was smart, kind, and a little sassy! She absolutely had a heart of gold. Very strong woman. I’ll never forget her. My deepest sympathies to all who knew her and especially her .

  16. william james bills says:

    Nothing compares to the hurt and emptiness that I have experienced since my sisters death. She was my best friend and a gem of a sister. This is the 20th of December and I have watched her memorial video for the first time. I simply have not been able to do it but now have managed. She always had my back and always had time to take my calls. She spent most of her free time helping people and never asked for anything in return. She spent most of her employed years at Farmington country manor. Her pretty smile and inviting personality was the first thing people saw as they came through the door. Most of the employees there respected and appriciated her as well they should have. As far as the handfull that did not , I hope they struggle with the pain that they caused her the last few years of her life. Please be thankful and cherish the time that you are lucky enough to spend with people as beautiful and special as my sister was. If you are only about yourself , you will be judged harshly when your time comes. I will think of you always my beautiful sister. Your loving brother, Billy.

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