Graveside services for Robbie L. Brundin, 43, of Ranger, will be at noon Friday at the Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery in Killeen. There is no set time for visitation.

Mrs. Brundin died Feb. 24, 2013, at her home due to complications from Lupus. She was born June 7, 1969, in Gallup, N.M. She grew up in Lincoln, N.M., and later moved to California, graduating from Realto High School.

After high school, she enlisted in the Army Reserve, where she met her husband of 23 years. They married March 1, 1990, in Huntington Park, Calif. Shortly after their marriage, her husband returned to active duty, and she traveled with him as he served.

Mrs. Brundin was an active volunteer, serving in the Family Readiness Groups and in both the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of America. Her dedication as a mother shaped the lives of her adoring children.

Her thirst for knowledge led her to achieve an associate’s degree from Central Texas College, being the first in her family to earn a degree. She was an avid reader and was always looking for new and intellectually stimulating subjects. Her drive to learn is a continuing source of inspiration in the lives of her children, who are her greatest legacy.

Survivors include her husband, Alec Robert Brundin; daughter, Lynda Victoria Brundin; son, Justin Nathaniel Brundin, all of Ranger; parents, Roboham Ramirez Aragon and Lynda Bilyeu of San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico.

Memorials may be made to Team Tarleton and Team Shade Chasers fundraising for the Lupus Foundation of America, North Texas Chapter at

Scott’s Funeral Home in Copperas Cove is in charge of arrangements.

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