Robynne Christine Trujillo was born August 6th, 1977, to Lynne and Robert Trujillo in Salt Lake City, Utah. The family lived in Salt Lake until 1988 when they moved to Carson City, Nevada.
Upon graduating from Carson High School, Robynne pursued a college diploma in Early
Childhood Education and would later open Little Peeps, her own daycare/preschool in Carson City.
In 2010, Robynne relocated to Colorado, eventually settling in the town of Evans. She worked as the assistant director for the Sunshine House, a chain of childcare facilities in the broad Denver area, and later as a teacher in the federal Head Start program.
Robynne enjoyed the outdoors and was able to pursue her passions for photography and camping in the beautiful Colorado mountains. She also loved music and was able to attend the concerts of many of her favorite artists.In 2022 Robynne as diagnosed with stage 4 colon
cancer which had metastasized to other internal organs. She died February 12th, 2023, at the age of 45. She is survived by her parents, twin brother (Robert Paublo), extended family, friends, and the many children she taught.
We will be forever heartbroken by the brevity of her life, but uplifted by her caring, fun-loving personality, and her strong commitment to work with children.