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This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Richard Robinson, 62 years old, born on June 24, 1954, and passed away on April 6, 2017. We will remember him forever.
June 5, 2017
June 5, 2017
I enjoyed working with Richard at CKPC. He was a kind , sensitive soul. Al and I visited with Richard and Laurie a few times in Tillsonburg after he left Brantford and we will miss him. Our condolences to his family.
April 29, 2017
April 29, 2017
Sad and in disbelief of the loss of my brother, he will remain very much in my heart and memories.
In our younger years, Paul was a typical brother playing tricks and picking on this little sister. As we grew older we also grew closer.

His friends back then called him Wally. For years he would only eat Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches and he preferred his toast floppy, (as opposed to crunchy). He showed his musical talent by singing and playing the harmonica and juice harp.

Paul was always entertaining with his unique sense of humour and passion for Martial Arts. Having obtained his Black Belt, he enjoyed demonstrating his skills and showing his collection of swords and knives that accompanied the art. He also liked to hunt and wander the bush at our family camp.

My brother, aka Wally, also went by a third name: Richard. Richard was his career name in announcing the news and weather on radio, another passion he mastered.

Paul's death has left, as I quote our Dad, " A Hole." A hole in our hearts we will gradually heal with our precious memories.

Sharing my brother's sense of humour, I'm closing my tribute in the same way he would at times end a phone conversation.

One of my favourites!

"I'm going to let me go now."
April 7, 2017
April 7, 2017
Richard was a very important part of our team here @ Easy 101 & Country 1073. Many of you awoke each morning with Richard getting you up to speed with the most important info, you needed to get your day going, on the right foot. He was a true professional of his craft, and a gentleman through and through, right to the end. This place will not be the same without our co-worker and friend. Our hearts are with his family. Forever missed - But never, will we forget.
April 7, 2017
April 7, 2017
Very sorry to hear this news today. Richard was a kind and thoughtful member of our team at Easy 101 and Country 107.3. He will be missed. Our thought and prayers are with Richard's family.
April 7, 2017
April 7, 2017
I had the pleasure of knowing and working with Richard for many years. We talked every morning, mostly about life outside of work; going to the beach or shipping or wherever with Laurie, buying his pick up truck, planning to visit Manitoulin Island. I will remember him as a gentleman. I will miss him. He left us much too soon.

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June 5, 2017
June 5, 2017
I enjoyed working with Richard at CKPC. He was a kind , sensitive soul. Al and I visited with Richard and Laurie a few times in Tillsonburg after he left Brantford and we will miss him. Our condolences to his family.
April 29, 2017
April 29, 2017
Sad and in disbelief of the loss of my brother, he will remain very much in my heart and memories.
In our younger years, Paul was a typical brother playing tricks and picking on this little sister. As we grew older we also grew closer.

His friends back then called him Wally. For years he would only eat Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches and he preferred his toast floppy, (as opposed to crunchy). He showed his musical talent by singing and playing the harmonica and juice harp.

Paul was always entertaining with his unique sense of humour and passion for Martial Arts. Having obtained his Black Belt, he enjoyed demonstrating his skills and showing his collection of swords and knives that accompanied the art. He also liked to hunt and wander the bush at our family camp.

My brother, aka Wally, also went by a third name: Richard. Richard was his career name in announcing the news and weather on radio, another passion he mastered.

Paul's death has left, as I quote our Dad, " A Hole." A hole in our hearts we will gradually heal with our precious memories.

Sharing my brother's sense of humour, I'm closing my tribute in the same way he would at times end a phone conversation.

One of my favourites!

"I'm going to let me go now."
April 7, 2017
April 7, 2017
Richard was a very important part of our team here @ Easy 101 & Country 1073. Many of you awoke each morning with Richard getting you up to speed with the most important info, you needed to get your day going, on the right foot. He was a true professional of his craft, and a gentleman through and through, right to the end. This place will not be the same without our co-worker and friend. Our hearts are with his family. Forever missed - But never, will we forget.
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