Timothy O. Robbins
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Timothy "Tim" Obadiah Robbins, 52, passed away February 19, 2020 at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, NH from renal failure.
Born in Iowa City, IA January 21, 1968, to Karen (Hale) and Henry Robbins, Tim was raised in Providence, RI and North Pomfret, VT. After attending Maplebrook School in Amenia, NY, and graduating from Woodstock Union High School, in Woodstock, VT, he settled in Hanover and then Lebanon, NH. Tim was a hard worker and enjoyed working at Dartmouth Hitchcock Memorial Hospital, Unifirst, and then CRREL.
Tim was an avid Boston sports fan and enjoyed going to Bruins, Celtics and Red Sox games as a young man. He was also a history buff and watched the History Channel when he was not watching sports. He also developed a love for Hallmark Movies in his later years. He was a gregarious person and was well-loved. He particularly enjoyed cracking jokes and teasing loved ones. He treasured his family, especially his daughter, Hannah Rose.
Tim is survived by his daughter, Hannah Rose of Concord, NH; mother, Karen Robbins Taylor, and stepfather, David J. Taylor of Lebanon, NH; sister, Sarah Robbins-Cole, and her husband, Adrian, of Wellesley, MA, and their children, William and Elizabeth; step-sister, Francesca Voegelin, and her husband, Rick, of Aptos, CA; and step-sister, Natasha Garnett, and her husband, Jeffrey, of Vernon, CT, and their daughters, Erin, Hillary, Abigail, and Nadia. He was predeceased by his father, Henry Robbins (June 13, 1983).
If Tim could give you any life advice, he would tell you in an age of texting, go ahead and call your nearest and dearest and tell them you love them. He did that often and that will be his legacy.
A memorial service is being planned for June.
To leave a message of condolence please visit the online guestbook at www.rickerfuneralhome.com.
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