Obituary of Lisa A Robinson
Robinson, Lisa A., age 59, of Duluth, Minnesota passed away peacefully on March 30, 2022 following a 9 year fight with metastatic breast cancer. She was courageous, selfless, and never let cancer dictate her life. She was surrounded by love and family. She was born on July 3, 1962 to James and Laura (Howdeshell) Chapman in Duluth, Minnesota.
Lisa grew up in Duluth, Minnesota. She attended and graduated from Duluth Central High School. After graduation she moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota where she met Bill Robinson. Together they had their daughter Kristin. After going their separate ways, she met Sean Campion and had two children: Jessie and Kyle. Lisa was a dedicated and hard-working individual. She was a CMA at Kundel Pediatrics and transitioned to a referral coordinator at St. Luke’s. Even more important to her was her job as a mother. She was caring, loving, and compassionate. She always put everybody before herself and made sure her children had everything they could need. She attended countless hockey games, dance recitals, and school events. Her favorite past time was spending time with her family and grandchildren. She was an avid runner, gardener, and dog mom. She loved traveling to Las Vegas where she could people watch on Freemont Street and gamble at the Golden Nugget.
Lisa is Survived by her parents James and Laura (Howdeshell) Chapman, her loving husband Sean Campion, her three children, Kristin (Jeff) Reichert, Jessie (Byron) Zuchowski, and Kyle Campion. Grandchildren, Chase Reichert, Jeremy Zuchowski, and Kailynn Zuchowski; and Siblings Kathi Madden (Steve), Steve (Janet) Chapman, and Chris Chapman (Shari). Loving dogs, Luna and Winston.
Private family interment will be at Forest Hill Cemetery in Duluth, Minnesota with a celebration of life to follow in May.
In lieu of flowers please donate to a breast cancer research society of your choice.
The family of Lisa Robinson would like to give a sincere thank you to the staff of St. Luke’s who cared for our mom over the years. Your kindness and compassion provided comfort during a difficult time.