Frankford-Robin Loudermilk Dillon, 50, passed away Saturday, July 18, 2015, at her home following a sudden illness.\r\nBorn Feb. 27, 1965, at Ronceverte, she was the daughter of Wallace W. \u201cMoe\u201d Loudermilk and Beulah Landrum Loudermilk of Frankford.\r\nRobin will always be remembered for her intelligence, her sense of adventure, her good humor, her voracious appetite for books and movies, her compassion for animals and her special needs clients for whom she cared. She was always the life of the party. She lived for her grandchildren. They gave her more joy than anything before. She had spent the last few years helping to care for her Uncle Tubby and her grandbaby, Brooklyn Grace. Robin was not perfect, but was always willing to help when she could. She was loved and she will be missed.\r\nIn addition to her parents, those left to cherish her memory are: her daughter, Shauna Loudermilk Crowe and fiancee Charlie Long of Frankford; her son, Zackary Dillon and fiancee Sondra May of Lewisburg; sisters, Diana Greene and Judith Loudermilk; brother, Jeffrey W. Loudermilk; uncle, Nathan \u201cTubby\u201d Loudermilk; nieces, Dareth Greene, Danielle Greene and Rebekah Bittinger Walker; grandchildren, Flint Crowe, Katie Dillon, Brooklyn Dillon, Clara and Lillian Long; and her best friend and close companion, her dog, Pickle.\r\nA memorial celebration was held on Sunday, July 26 at the Blue Bend shelter at Anthony.\r\nEnon Baptist Church Women provided a potluck meal following the service for family and friends.\r\nIn lieu of flowers, please make donations to Greenbrier Humane Society.