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Robin Hammar

Funeral services for Robin Hammar were conducted 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 26, 2024, at Scobey Lutheran Church. Interment followed at the Daniels County Cemetery in Scobey.

On Thursday, Jan. 18, 2024, Robin Joan Hammar, surrounded by friends and family, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer.

Robin was born on Aug. 19, 1956, in Scobey to James and Shirley Hellickson. The second of six children, and the oldest of four sisters, Robin attended Scobey Elementary and then Scobey High School, graduating in 1974. She had many jobs growing up, helping around the house and various other places.

After high school, she attended Miles Community College, where she lived with her uncle and aunt, Jack and Joyce Cavanaugh.

On Dec. 13, 1975, Robin married Donald Ray Hammar on a chilly 25 below zero day. They were married for 11 years before having their first-born child, Chance Lloyd, in 1986. A few years later, she had her second child, Joseph Lars, on her birthday in 1989. She was “Grandma Sadie” to her three grandchildren, Knox Anderson, Kain Stratton and Elijah Jayden, and countless others she helped babysit and raise over her many years. No kid, regardless of whose they were, went away from “Grandma Sadie’s” bored or hungry.

Robin worked in Scobey her whole life, including OK Hardware, Grain Growers, Handran’s Home Center and Daniels Memorial Hospital. One of her most rewarding jobs she had was an aide with Scobey Schools. She loved every one of the kids that came through her room at the high school.

Robin loved children, baking, the Lord and the Scobey community. Her love-language was serving others. She was a Scobey Fire Wife for 43 years, which she was very proud of. She also loved her church. She was the “gravy

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