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Robin Marie McCafferty

Robin Marie McCafferty

July 18, 1963 - December 10, 2019

Robin Marie McCafferty passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on December 10, 2019 at the age of 56. Robin's ashes were scattered in the rose garden at Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery following a private memorial attended by her brothers and sisters. <br /> <br /> Robin was born in Detroit, Michigan and moved with her family to Albuquerque, New Mexico when she was 10 years old. She graduated from Eldorado High School where she was a member of the symphony orchestra which traveled to the International Youth and Music Festival in Vienna, Austria in Robin's senior year. After graduation, Robin obtained an associate's degree from Albuquerque Technical Vocational Institute and moved to Washington, DC to work for the US State Department. In recent years, Robin found her career at Presbyterian Health Care as a medical transcriptionist and medical coder. Robin was also an important in-home caregiver for the family, allowing their mother to live out her last few months in the comfortable surroundings of her own home. <br /> <br /> Robin embraced the internet and found meaningful connections with friends across the globe. She currated inclusive online communities among a variety of interests. Those of you who knew Robin knew that she loved her cats more than anything in the world and was a big supporter of cat and animal rescue groups. If you would like to do something nice in her memory, please make a donation to Kennel Kampadres ( to help them continue to improve the lives of shelter cats and dogs while they wait for adoption. Robin would have loved that. ~The McCafferty Family

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1935 Juan Tabo Boulevard NE, Albuquerque, NM

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    I am so sorry for your loss. I am just now seeing this post.
    Actually a lot of memories from back in the day in the court yard. Hanging out and playing all different kinds of games. I especially enjoyed coming over to your house to swim in the summer time. That was always a fun time. I really liked Robin a lot, we always had a great time together.
    Again, my prayers are with your family in time of your loss.
    Talana St. Germain Feb 23, 2020
    She was in the orchestra with my husband. She and my husband were also in my 8th grade humanities class. They sat in front of me and would crack jokes between themselves. Sitting directly behind Orlando, I was privy to their hijinks and accepted into their clique. So I got a few laughs and realized for the first time that quiet Orlando had a sense of humor. I will never forget her!
    Julie Lowe-Sanchez Feb 17, 2020