Darah Lynn Robertson, 18Darah Lynn Robertson was born to David and Nada August 12, 1989, in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Nineteen months later she was joined by her brother Tommy.
Darah Lynn Robertson was born to David and Nada August 12, 1989, in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Nineteen months later she was joined by her brother Tommy. From the moment Tommy came home, Darah was looking out for him. She was fondly referred to as “little Mama” as her discipline for Tommy usually overrode her parents.
After Darah’s parents divorced they went on to remarry. Nada moved to Farmington in 1996 and married Dennis (Deno) Hogan. Darah loved learning how to pull friends cars out when stuck (Neils), operating a Bobcat and snow plowing with Deno. She loved spending time with her brother, listening to music and hanging out with him. She also loved four-wheeling and jet skiing with family and friends.
David moved to Winnemucca, Nev., and continued his life with Gwen Peterson and her two boys, Zach and Jake. Darah loved her visits to Nevada learning how to drive off road trucks, target shooting, hunting, bowling, camping and water sports. She loved spending time with her step-brothers, aunts, uncles and cousins and remained very close to them.
Darah loved her family dearly and traveled every summer since a young child to Nevada and Montana visiting them. She made friends quickly everywhere she went, and was the first to jump in for a new adventure. She had plans for road trips this summer with friends. Darah loved her friends and helped them out any chance she could. Nothing in the world meant more to Darah than family and friends, and she lived her life that way. She will be unbelievably missed, more than words could ever say.
Darah is survived by her mother Nada Robertson Hogan, step-father Dennis (Deno) Hogan; father, David Robertson; brother, Tommy Robertson; grandparents Robert and Vickie Vucasovich, Leora Hogan, Roger and Mary Robertson. Loving aunts, uncles and cousins.