Robin "Rob" Lee Stamp

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August 12, 1958 ~ May 19, 2017

Robin “Rob” L. Stamp, 58, Valley Springs, died Friday May 19, 2017 at the Good Samaritan Home in Canistota.

A Celebration of Life will be Tuesday, May 23, 2017, from 5~8pm at Valley Springs Legion Hall.

Robin L. Stamp was born August 12, 1958 to Robert and Peggy (Schumate) Stamp, in Topeka, KS. At the age of 13, Rob and his family moved to South Dakota. Rob worked for C & R Supply for 34 years building and designing pumps and sprayers. He was know for his love of photograpgy and took lots of pictures at many racing events. He also loved to camp and spend time with his dog, Bogie.

Rob will be deeply missed by his wife, Sharon; five children, Steve (Jaime) Stamp, Rochester, MN, David Stamp, Salem, SD, Paul (Lety) Stamp, Harrisburg, SD, Madison Stamp and MacKenzie Stamp of Valley Springs, SD; five grandchildren; his mother, Peggy, Miltonville, KS; and two siblings, Penny (Todd) Hathaway, Brandon and Cheryl (Vernon) Buss, Valley Springs.

Rob was preceded in death by his father, Robert Stamp, and his brother, Richard.

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  • ROBERT MAY JR says:

    You were more like a brother to me than a cousin. Remembering all the good times we had. Rest in Peace. I will miss you.

  • Steve Ballenger says:

    Robin was a great part of our sprint car race team for many years. Also enjoyed snowmobiling. You will be missed Buddy.

  • Rich & Judy Hawe says:

    Robin and Rich use to spend many aweekend at the racetrack,
    Loved to snowmobile and spend time together. Will miss
    you Robin. RIP

  • Ann Miller says:

    My deepest sympathies to Paul, Maddi and MacKenzie and to all the Stamp family. I didn’t get the chance to meet your dad, you guys, but I know he had some very nice children. Take care. You’re in my thought s and prayers.

  • Tom Hoselton says:

    We were the very best of friends from the day we met.
    Was as if we’d known each other our whole life.
    Through thick & thin where you found one you find the other.
    Arm in arm we helped each other climb a few curbs.
    Though the miles separated us we stayed in constant contact.
    You’ll be sorely missed Robbie my brother.
    When time comes to join those who have gone ahead, it’s you I’ll be looking for my friend.
    Until we meet again.

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