Robbie was just the best. Sending our heartfelt condolences to Lynn, Emily & Aiden and to our many mutual friends in Montreal. Hope to see you all soon. Cherish each day and hold each other tight.
I am devastated to hear this sad news. I spent a fabulous summer with Robbie and Lynn and baby Emily when I was 18 and only have lovely memories of a kind and gentle man. Robbie and Lynn introduced me to many things including Montreal, basketball, hockey, swimming in a lake with turtles, a love of old houses and even Ben and Jerrys ice cream! May he now be in peace.
Robbie, you were a beacon of light in the world of those you touched. I wish I’d had more opportunities to spend time with you and your family. The few times we shared so very long ago were filled with fun and joy. May your light shine bright in the heavens and the sounds of laughter fill the skies as you catch up with John and Jean. Peace and blessings.
Robbie was a breathe of fresh air. He was such a relaxing influence and so nice to be around. I feel so sad for Lynn and his family who must have suffered throughout his awful illness and my heart goes out to them.
I remember when he was fourteen and living in New York we used to play a game called Stratego and try as I might I could never beat him. I was going to ask him how he did it
But now I will never know.
He loved his family and was so proud of them. He will be so badly missed.
May He rest in peace.
It is with deep sadness I just heard that Robbie passed away. I remember him fondly as a kind and caring man. And wish all his family, friends and colleagues my deepest sympathy for the tragic loss of a very special man.