Molinda Maree Sanchotena was born May 4, 1974 in Sun Valley, Idaho to Robert and Joyce Robison. The family would later move to Anchorage, Alaska for work but found themselves desiring the long summers Idaho has to offer and decided to move back. Molinda and her family settled in Boise, Idaho. It was there that she met and married Jason Sanchotena. They brought two beautiful children into this world, Anthony Michael Sanchotena and River Maree Sanchotena. Molinda loved the outdoors and often found herself hunting, fishing and rafting the Payette River. Molinda had a spirited laugh and a smile as big as her heart. That beautiful smile was always accompanied with a sparkle in her big brown eyes when she spoke of her kids. She will be missed by many. Molinda is survived by her three brothers Marty Robison, Kirk Robison and Michael Robison as well as her children, Anthony and River and grandson Zeek Jordan. Private services will be held.
I am truly sorry for the loss and pain that you, Jason and the Sanchotena, Robison family and friends are feeling because of losing Ms. Molinda recently in death, way too soon. Most of us have had to endure the sorrow of losing a loved one in death. What helped me the most was prayer and faith in God’s promises like found here at 1 Corinthians 15: 26 and it tells us: “And the last enemy, death, is to be brought to nothing.” Isaiah 33:24 guarantees us: “And no resident will say “I am sick,” ever again. God’s kingdom that Jesus taught us to pray for at Matt. 6: 9, 10 will bring about these wonderful promises, including the resurrection. None of us are guaranteed tomorrow, but we are all guaranteed a resurrection. (John 5:28, John 6:40, John 11:23-25, Acts 24:15, Job 14:14-15) I pray you will find comfort reading the above scriptures in your personal Bible and to know that you are in my prayers during this very difficult time.
I am very sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you in this difficult time. I hope you may find comfort at Revelation 21:4, “And he (God) will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” We can look forward to the time when God will take away all reasons for distress and he even gives us a hope of a resurrection. (Acts 24:15) If you’d like to learn more about this beautiful hope, feel free to visit JW.org.
The Sanchotena, Robison family and loved ones of beautiful Molinda have my deepest sympathy. Revelations 21: 4; “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore.” Jehovah invites you to throw all your burdens on him and he will sustain you in your time of grief. Psalms 34:18 The family is in my prayers and I offer my heartfelt condolences.