ROBBINS, Raymond DonaldPrint
Dearly loved father of Justin, Sasha and Chloe. Loved Grandad of Tijani and Ethan.
Loved son of David and Iris (both dec)
Forever loved and missed
Funeral NoticeService: Monday January 7, 2019
The Funeral of Mr. Raymond Donald Robbins will be held in the Chapel at Wesley Place, 15 Skene Street, Colac on Monday, January 7th, 2019, commencing at 1.30 p.m.
The Funeral will leave the Chapel at the conclusion of the service for the Colac Lawn Cemetery.
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Soo sad for the Robbins Family. Ray was a top bloke gone to soon. Loved Son, Brother, Uncle, dad, grandfather and friend. XX
Dear Sasha and Family,
Words, however kind, can’t mend your heartache, but those who care for you share your grief and wish you comfort and peace of mind.
Our deepest condolences. Wishing you peace to bring comfort, the courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart.
John,Kathryn,Melanie and Troy and Heather.xx
I will miss Ray’s dry wit, sound advice, not to mention the wild Turkey’s
He loved all his children and always put them first.
Farewell old mate
Angus will always be a special name
Ian (Angus) Thomson
Deepest sympathy to all Rays family. He is gone far too early. You will all miss him but at least his suffering is over.
All our love to you all
John and Helen Robbins and family.
Bye my dear friend. So happy to have spent time with you, talking about the past, present and what the future holds for your children. Sunday’s trip was awesome , to see you enjoy it. Thanks for the memories.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
See you for now our Aussie mate catch you when we get there . Will miss our catch ups on the phone . Our thoughts & sympathy to the kids & family from your New Zealand family with all our love ❤
My heart aches for Sash, Chloe and Justin, Ray was a beautiful soul and an amazing father, he has been taken from their lives way to early.
Ray my dear friend, I can’t believe you are gone. Thankyou for everything you have done for my Chloe, being her fake Dad as you told her friends at her Deb Ball. And teaching me to back a trailer, now I tow and back my caravan. So glad I came and saw you and took you on a road trip with Richard and Jo. No more suffering for you, life’s just not fair. Love to all your family. From Jenny and Chloe Fimmell
We are saddened by the loss of Ray, his smile was infectious. He will be remembered as a truely nice guy with a heart of gold. My heart goes out to all the Robbins family. Love Amber, Matty, Joey and Isaac Noseda
Thinking of you at this sad time. Sending love 💕
To an awesome Brother, Brother in Law, Uncle and Great Uncle.
Gone way to early.
Always ready to help anyone who needed it, with a smile. Or put someone in their place, if required.
A straight shooter right to the very end.
No more pain Ray. Rest In Peace.
And please give our son, Lee, a big hug for us.
Hey Ray I used to see you go past home in your Inter 180 to cart sand . Then for years you went past home to work at McKinnons sand pit. Then you went to SA and worked carting woodchips and used to come home to see your Mum and Dad regularly and would drop in to home and say g’day . I was glad to come and see you just a few weeks before you took your last trip. I hope your last trip is very rewarding for you.Regards from your friend and one time neighbour Skeet Morrow. May you never have another flat tyre. Goodbye Mate.
Rest easy, Uncle Ray
You were a good person through and through.
See you later ❤️
Hey Ray still can’t believe your gone. you left so suddenly I’ll never forget the warmth, kindness and generosity you bought into our family. Having known you for some 20 plus years, we’ve had some bloody good times and memories together in which we have shared, it’s with great sadness our time of friendship has come to end. I have always had a high respect for you and always will, you were a brother, father and best friend when ever I needed help or advice you would come to my aid. Although we haven’t always seen eye to eye, a bees sting soon took care of that in one eye. We will never forget you mate, drinking wild turkey and getting kicked out of pubs it will never be the same again. See ya mate Richard and Joe
A beautiful life taken way to soon. You were an amazing, selfless and caring Man, and I thank you for being the best Dad to Sash. It has been a real pleasure to have known you for so long and you will be greatly missed by so many. Rest In Peace Daddy Ray, I will miss your birthday messages and cuddles when I seen you.
Fly high, Lots of love Jess xx
Gone but not to be forgotten. Rest In Peace Ray. Robert and Rita Preece