AUSTINBURG — Robyn Chantelle Ruland-Wright, age 39, of Parma, Ohio, was sent to heaven with prayers and love. She fought a courageous battle with rare Adrenal Cancer for three years. She was surrounded by her loving family and friends at the home of her parents.
Robyn is the beloved daughter of Ronald and Rheta (Miller) Ruland and was born on Dec. 5, 1973, in Ashtabula Ohio. A graduate of Geneva High School, she remained a lifelong area resident. On Sept. 30, 2000, she married her best friend and partner for life, David Wright. Theirs was a marriage of unconditional love, devotion and memories. Thirteen years went by so quickly.
A woman of many interests, she was employed by Dr. Mario Alemagno as his receptionist, she was also a nail technician, a rider of motorcycles and a dare devil.
Robyn loved life and all that was in store for her. She had a unique sense of humor and all who knew her loved her for her ability to make you laugh, even at the most frustrating times of your life. She loved to read; supernatural, historical fiction and romance novels made for an eclectic library. She enjoyed watching the cooking channel and trying out the recipes on her family. David and Ben loved to be her tasters and offered constructive hints.
As a young girl, she was a member of the Chris Clover 4-H Club. She enjoyed being a camp counselor for several years with her friend Jodi. They both loved to swim at Camp Whitewood with the other 4-H counselors. Robyn was also Austinburg’s Country Maiden.
She and Jodi buried a time capsule in her parent’s backyard, they were going to open it, but forgot where it was buried.
From the day she was born, Robyn was a princess. She loved her family and friends, teased them, laughed with them, and encouraged them to become closer to each other.