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Robin Ann Scoffield

September 14, 1959 — May 10, 2024

Minor Hill, TN

In loving memory of:

Robin Ann Scoffield, 64, Pulaski TN

September 14 1959 - May 10 2024

Robin was born in Annapolis Maryland on September 14, 1959. She lived in Rugby Hall as a young child, but soon moved around the world with her family. Due to her father’s career in International Marketing, they lived in Venezuela, Mexico, Japan, and London, England. Robin eventually moved back to the states after graduating from the American School in London. 

Throughout this whirlwind experience growing up, she had fallen in love with adventure and was ready to set off on her own. She spent time studying at Keene College in NH. She then went to LA and worked in marketing for Dodge. The city life in LA wasn’t exactly what she was looking for so, being someone who wasn’t new to moving around, she packed up everything she had and moved to Montana.


 While living there she met and married Lindsey Scoffield. Together they built their own company, the Scoffield Cow Stop. Lindsey was an expert at design and manufacturing and Robin complimented him perfectly with her people skills and marketing. They had numerous products in hundreds of Walmart stores. Having developed a relationship with Walmart, Robin, being the creative, designed an entire toy line inspired by their western cowboy life- The Little Cowpoke, which centered around a cowboy teaching kids life lessons. 


After years of blissful success in Montana, Lindsey and Robin had their first and only son, Sam. With the success they had achieved after Sam was born, they decided to leave the cold Montana winters and moved to Sarasota, Florida. 


Robin’s true passion had always been writing. In her lifetime, Robin has written nine screenplays and over 20,000 songs. She decided it was time to move to Nashville and put her creative talents to work in the music business. As a lyricist she achieved a full-time publishing deal and spent nearly every day in the studio with a multitude of Grammy winning producers and artists. Her two most noteworthy songs were “When You Say You Love Me” by Josh Groban and “The Things We Do” by Yolanda Adams. 


When Robin wasn’t writing, she enjoyed playing with her son, Sam, taking trips to the beach with him and his friends, hiking with her dogs, and playing scrabble. For the last few years, she lived in Pulaski, Tennessee. Here she relaxed and lived a quiet life, starting a small-town newspaper, the Americana, which profiled local businesses and happenings around town. 


Robin will be remembered as a beautiful, kind, and free-spirited woman. She was a talented artist and writer. She will be missed by everyone who was lucky enough to have her in their lives. She is predeceased by her father, Walter Hawes, Jr., and her mother. Patricia Hawes Bennett. She leaves behind her son, Sam Scoffield, her grandson, River, her sisters, Catherine Murphy and Donna Hodsdon, and her brother Walter Hawes, III. Her work survives and hopefully will live on for generations. In loving memory forever and always, we will miss you.



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