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Obituary - Robin Rodewalt VerSprill


Robin Rodewalt & Gladgay’s Promenette (1973)


Robin Rodewalt VerSprill, 48, of Sewell, NJ died suddenly on September 9. Many in the Morgan world will remember Robin’s great success with her mare, Gladgay’s Promenette. The popular duo won in junior exhibitor and amateur park saddle division throughout the Northeast. They won the 1974 World Amateur Park Saddle Championship under the direction of Mike Goebig. Robin also had fun riding her father’s pleasure driving champion, Zip Code.

Robin was office manager for Pitman Animal Hospital and was a member of the NJ Veterinary Technicians Association. She was a 1975 graduate of Washington Twp. High School, and attended Camden Co. College. Robin was involved with animal rescue, was a volunteer at the Gloucester County Animal Shelter and attended Gloucester County Community Church.

She is survived by her husband Scott K. VerSprill, and their daughter Katelyn, her parents Al & June Rodewalt, sister April Wagner-Morse and her husband Paul of Medford, mother-in-law & father-in-law Carole and Dale VerSprill, sister-in-law Dawn Shaw and her husband John, nephew Justin Wagner and nieces Nicole & Krista Shaw.

A memorial service was held Sept. 15. Memories and condolences may be shared at


Contributions in Robin's memory may be made to Gloucester County Animal Shelter, 1200 N. Delsea Drive, Clayton, NJ 08312 or to Washington Twp. Police Department, Canine Division, 1 McClure Dr. Sewell, NJ 08080.


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