Our world is a better place through the passion and leadership of Robyn Casal. She always put the needs of her family before her own and fought for better education and our precious Lake Chelan. This unconventional woman forged a path for others to think outside the standardized box. Her dance through life was painted by her deep understanding of Western and Mayan astrology and nature. “Dissolve, Release & Liberate”
Robyn was born September 23, 1955 in Burlingame, California to Dick and Gail Engebrecht. She passed away November 28, 2022 surrounded by her loving family and friends.
Robyn and her late husband Don and their girls moved to Chelan 30 years ago. She dearly loved the land, First Creek, the lake and the community she made here. She was a massage therapist and healer who dedicated her life to the health of the people and her community. Robyn was a co-founder of Lake School and We the People United, and was a Chelan Basin Conservancy board member.
Robyn is survived by her adored daughters LeeAnne and Jessica Casal, son-in-law Jose Inda and grandchildren Donovan Casal, Kevin and Sergio Inda, Tiana and Nayarit Inda Casal, siblings Joanne, Jeanne and Richard Engebrecht, along with her nieces and nephews. They will all miss Robyn’s wild, fun loving spirit.
Our human hearts are heavy, never ready to say good bye. Robyn thanked us all for this life and time together. She will live in our hearts forever! ‘‘Until we meet again, be free our Rebel Queen, wrapped in rays of emerald green.’’
“Joy, Harmony and Safety as we step into the Unknown.”
Celebration of Robyn’s life will be June 10, Noon, at Sower Hall, North Shore Bible Church, Manson.
Lunch provided by WTPU following ceremony.
Donations can be made to https://www.rootscommunityschool.com