May 25, 1987 – May 20, 2013
Kynstyl Dean Anderson Robertson was born May 25, 1987, in Lovell to Daniel Lindsay and Meg McArthur Anderson. Kynstyl was the fourth child of seven, following three older brothers and preceding three younger sisters. Welcomed with humble arms and hearts, Kynstyl lived a life filled with love and service to those she came into contact with.
She was unique in conversation and personality. Kynstyl spent her childhood in Lovell and married Devin Asay Robertson Jan. 21, 2006. To their union were born two sons, Gavin Ian and Kelvin Jay.
The family made their home in Lovell, where Kynstyl was able to be a full-time mother and wife. Her greatest joy came from her family, both immediate and extended. Kynstyl loved being a mom and put all of her effort into her two young sons.
Kynstyl enjoyed playing softball and volleyball in community competitions with her siblings because all were able to laugh and enjoy being together. The fun for her was in the game and not in the outcome.
A sports enthusiast, she enjoyed refereeing school volleyball games, which she convinced her sisters to do with her. The family enjoyed camping and gardening in the summers and weekly dinners on Sunday evenings. She was the go-to girl for nearly every project from designing to tiling that was needed. She was a problem solver and a fulfiller of dreams.
Following a two-year illness, Kynstyl died quietly in her home on May 20, 2013. She will be missed by all who knew her. Kynstyl was preceded in death by her nephew and niece Keeynn and Kyla Kynn Welch, granddad Dean McArthur, father-in-law Kevin Robertson and his dad Ralph Robertson, along with myriads of other amazing progenitors.
She is survived by her husband Devin and sons Gavin and Kelvin. Other family members include her brothers Daniel (Tori) Anderson of Sheridan, Stephen Anderson of Powell and Timothy (Kirra) Anderson of Lovell and brothers-in-law Daniel (Amanda) Robertson of Cowley, Joel (Sara) Robertson of Green River and Dane Robertson of Cowley.
Her surviving sisters include Kjirstyn (Luke) Welch of Lovell, Mykel Anderson (Nevada Reno Mission) and Ameesha El of the family home in Lovell and sister-in-law Erin Robertson of Cowley. Also surviving are parents Daniel and Meg Anderson of Lovell, mother- and father-in-law Brenda and Roland Simmons of Cowley, grandparents Arden and Blaine Brailsford of Pleasant Grove, Utah, and D and Dorcus Anderson of Lovell and Devin’s grandparents Bob and Mary Yorgason of Cowley and Gary and Glenda Asay of Lovell.
Nieces and nephews who will miss her amazing everything are Tayliah, Ireeann, Tearyn, Trinity, Jenna, Elliahna, Danoson, Dean, William, Adam, Joaquin and Tejeo. Kynstyl kept in touch with all of her aunts, uncles and cousins, who along with her friends will miss her more than words can express.
We are all thankful for the life she lived and the legacy she has left with us in her family. Funeral services for Kynstyl Robertson were held May 25, 2013, in the Lovell Wyoming Stake Center of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and interment was in the Lovell Cemetery.