Robin Cousino

June 18, 1960 - May 14, 2020

Robin Cousino

June 18, 1960 - May 14, 2020

It is with great sadness that the family of Robin Lee Schroder (Cousino) born June 18, 1960 announce her passing Thursday May 14, 2020 due to complications of her valiant struggle of life-long juvenile diabetes, which she’s suffered from since the age of 13. Robin attended & excelled at Libby High School, She then furthered her education & achieved her Associates & Bachelor’s degree from the University of Toledo.

She’s survived by her loving mother Sandra Plumadore, her little sister Quinn Ann Cunningham (David), And of course her ONE & ONLY thee LOVE of her life her daughter Ciara JoLee Jaworski (Tim Kunz) she’ll also forever be remembered by her Uncle Harold Petoskey(Carol) Aunt Donna Petoskey her nieces Brandy “Lynn” Gutierrez & Julie Coates her nephew’s Melvin “Pooder” Stanton & Mark Cunningham, amongst many cousins, great nieces & nephews family & friends.

Robin is preceded in death by her Father Robert, Her Grandparents Harold & Edna, Minnie & Wade as well as her longtime companion Willie Douglass.

Visitation will be held at Habegger Funeral Services, 2001 Consaul Street, Toledo, OH 43605 on Wednesday, May 20, 2020 from 11:00 A.M. until the time of the funeral ceremony at 3:00 P.M.

During Covid-19 the Family asks to please wear mask and follow social distancing as much as possible. Wake will be announced at the service.

Habegger Funeral Services is honored to serve the Cousino family. We encourage you to share a fond memory or condolence by visiting

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5 responses to Robin Cousino

  1. I loved you unconditionally and we sometimes didn’t see eye-to-eye but I always loved you everyone has their differences I was so happy when you came home from Florida and we got to spend the last 4 years together and when I would call you would be so happy you would in your voice you would say morning so sweet and happy to hear from me, And I would say are you ready to go to Mom’s and you’d say yes I am,And I’d say I’ll be right there then when you went to stay with Mom I would call and you would answer in the same juvel voice morning and I would say I’m on my way and you’d say the coffee’s on, I’m going to miss you forever I’ll Love you Always

  2. Ciara says:

    I love you So so SO SOOOO Much, and you’ve made me OH so PROUD. Hope youre at peace and Willie welcomed you with open arms and yalls favorite sausage patties or his eww ox tail. Turkey butt whatever it was lol… Gives me comfort knowing you’re NO longer suffering and finally at peace. Mom id gladly endure all this heartache and this endless soul crushing hurt daily for your guaranteed peace and comfort. I love you to ALL the stars & ALL the moon’s and back. Promise ill continue to make you proud of me

  3. Danny Jones says:

    Robin ,our lives croseed paths many years ago but you remain in my heart and in my memories. We had some unforgettable moments thanks for being part of my life. .your friend Danny

  4. Debbie Baker says:

    Dear robin plz say hi to my mom for me . I will never forget you even when you had your first daughter omg you were so funny and so much fun to be around. I know we lost contact and all grew up some with you and some apart , but no matter how close and no matter how far you will always be in our hearts Say hello to Jesus for me . Love you like a sister , you take care of all of us from the heavens. Until we meet again

  5. Linda Boyle says:

    Robin, I met you in high school and you were a spit fire then! I have fond memories throughout high school and then lost touch with you until the last year or so. I could tell you were tired. Now you can finally rest. My condolences to the entire family.

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