Peterborough, ON ( Change City )


Search Obituaries

James Robert Robinson

ROBINSON, James Robert - (Retired PCVS) James Robert Robinson beloved husband of Lizette, cherished father of Sandy and Don, favourite father-in-law of Monica and Gino. Jim graduated from the University of Toronto as a Mechanical Engineer and worked for the Abitibi paper mill in Sault Ste. Marie. He later went on to teach at Bathurst Heights and Cedarbrae Collegiates in Toronto and then on to PCVS in Peterborough. At Jimís request there will not be a service. The family asks those who knew Jim to raise a glass in his memory and if you wish, make a donation to the VON (Peterborough), the Alzheimer Society (Peterborough) or a charity of your choice. The family would also like to recognize the exceptional care and compassion that Jim received during his stay at Lakefield Extendicare.13250786
Share |
Memory Candles
Post a Message and Light a Candle.
With fondest memories
Posted by Andy Clements (friend) On Tuesday, February 13, 2018
I often think back on our fishing and hunting trips and those memories always bring a smile. Goodbye for now my friend save a place at the riverside for me
Sargeant Bilko at the poker table
Posted by Larry John MacKay (Friend) On Wednesday, February 7, 2018
Will miss Jim as a friend, fellow poker player and all around gentleman. Ruth and I send our condolences
My Condolence
Posted by Lorne Milsap (High School / Classmate of Sandy) On Wednesday, February 7, 2018
Sandy & Family,

Sorry to hear about the passing of your father as I remember him Sandy back when we students at Thomas A. Stewart.


Lorne Milsap

Dear Lizette & Family
Posted by Tom Davis & Marcee (Caregivers) On Wednesday, February 7, 2018
What a special man Jim was and what a special family he belonged to. Always liked Jim's style and everyone loved his smile. Lizette worked her magic wherever she went and celebrated her husband BIG TIME. Marcee, my wee Chihuahua, and I loved our visits with Jim over the recent past. Jim and Marcee enjoyed each other's company in a special way. Congratulations Jim on your trip through life. I am giving you a 100%....and I am usually a timid marker.

Gallery (1)