- July 16, 1954 - February 17, 2013
- Dallas, Texas
of Robin's Passing
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Memories & Candles
It's impossible to believe that it has been six months since we lost Robin. My heart continues to break everyday, and I miss him so very much. The wonderful messages that his friends have left on his onsite obituary are great comfort to me, and it's wonderful to know that so many of you knew the beautiful soul that he had and experienced the joy of knowing such an outstanding man. Rest in peace, my sweet brother ~ you are loved! Sis
Posted by: Karen - Dallas, TX - Sister Aug 16, 2013
I was shocked to just read of his passing. I have fond memories of being at his home in lakewood many years ago with Rose. The first time I ever had black beans, he made them with dinner. Funny the things you remember.
Posted by: Karen Forsythe - Dallas, TX Mar 05, 2013
robin is a saint he gave lots of luv to wolfie and me he was kind to all the humans too i am sad because my memories are so happy does that make sense i love him and miss him and i know he loves me
Posted by: boudreaux - Dallas, TX - dog Feb 26, 2013
Hello Robin's family and friends. I was so very suprised to learn of Robin's passing, especially that we had just spoken on the phone only days before. Robin and I were very good friends for many years in Dallas (riding bikes, travelling to meetings, dinner parties, ...) before he moved to FL. We lost touch for many years and then recently had come into each other's lives again. Robin left a great impression on me and made mine and the lives of many others I know a better one, with more love. Warmest regards, Allen
Posted by: Allen Hall - Knoxville, TN - Friend and brother in recovery Feb 26, 2013
So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.
Posted by: Sandy Finotti Feb 25, 2013
We are truly blessed to have called Robin our friend and neighbor these past seven years. His positive attitude and limitless energy were infectious; and Robin's love for his dogs, his golf, and his Cowboys will never be forgotten.
Our now 4 year-old girls, Madeline and Isabelle, adored "Mr. Robin" and always let him know by yelling his name every time they saw him in the front yard.
We are praying for Robin's family during this difficult time.
Posted by: Rose and Stephen Cospolich - Dallas, TX - Friend and Neighbor Feb 25, 2013
It's hard to find someone that laughs at all your jokes. I'll miss you Robin. Such a great guy, such a good friend, an honor to have known you. My condolences to all your family and friends.
Posted by: Ray Hapes - Dallas, TX - Friend Feb 25, 2013
Robin inspired those around him by his compassion for, and understanding of, the struggle within all of us.
"I'll lift you, and you lift me,
and we both will ascend together."
John Greenleaf Whittier
Rest In Peace Robin
Posted by: A friend Feb 25, 2013
Robin's smile and daily morning visit will be greatly missed in the neighborhood. Both Casey (dog) and I looked forward to our morning visits about happenings in the neighborhood and his love of the cowboys. Robin clearly, loved his pups as much as one could love a child.
My thoughts and prayers go out to your family Robin, your infectious smile will be missed.
Gods speed my friend.
Posted by: Mike Griffin - Dallas, TX - Neighbor and Friend Feb 23, 2013
So sorry Jim for the loss of Robin.I always cherish the memory of times we all had a long time ago. May God comfort you through this difficult time.
Posted by: Frances Mcneely Harvey - Denton, TX Feb 23, 2013