Robin (Witthuhn) Laehn, age 54, of Odgen, Utah was called to her heavenly home surrounded by her loving family on Thursday, December 28, 2023 after a six month battle with cancer. She was born on January 19, 1969 in Appleton, Wisconsin, to the late Lawrence and Dorothy (Hoffman) Witthuhn. \n\nShe married the love of her life, Craig Laehn and made their home in Appleton, Wisconsin until Craig’s job took them to Utah where they were in awe of the mountains and beautiful sunsets seen every day from their back deck. Her family was the most important thing in her life, and she was truly the heart and soul of their home and will live on forever with them in their hearts. \n\nRobin loved her husband and her children more than anything and was a wonderful mother. She had a love and a talent for photography. She was always creative and had a knack for finding and making things beautiful. Whether it was her photography, painting, needlepoint, scrapbooking, or sewing projects. One of her favorite things in the world was fireworks. She looked forward to any chance to see them with her family. Robin also loved music, playing music in the car along with singing and dancing around the house to her favorite shows, bands and artists was a constant in her life. Robin had a strong relationship with the Lord and trusted his plan. She was loved by so many and brought so much joy to the people around her. \n\nRobin is survived by her husband, Craig and their three children; Jack, Morgan, and Sydney whom she adored. She is further survived by siblings, Susan Yokers, Scott and Bob Van Dalen, Debbie Gebheim, Cheryl Seelow, LeAnne Wildenberg, Tim and Terry Witthuhn and all their families along with many nieces, nephews, and cousins. She is also survived by her mother-in-law; Charlene Ridgeway, her brother-in-law; Ryan (Holly) and their children; Sydney A, Braylon, and Grayson as well as her best friend, Melanie Haen. \n\nRobin is preceded in death by her parents; her father-in-law, Howard Ridgeway; her brother-in-law Allen Yokers; and siblings Sandy Barkett, and Mike Witthuhn. \n\nA celebration of life will be planned at a later date to allow for the travel of loved ones.