Robert M Woodin

23 May, 196616 November, 2020

Robert M Woodin was born on May 23, 1966 and passed away on November 16, 2020 and is under the care of Kays-Ponger & Uselton Funeral Homes & Cremation Services.

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Diana Ussery-Moore

November 19, 2020

A mutual friend introduced me to Robbie. When he and I first met, Robbie made me smile and laugh so much that I never noticed he was in a chair. He was just such a fascinating person!

After that first meeting, I continued to visit with him; he always had his friends and cousin visiting with him. After a few weeks, Robbie ask me out. On our first date, he took me to the gun range, and we spent a good part of the day just shooting and talking, really getting to know each other. During the time I was with him and got to know Robbie, certain things were very clear, he loved his dog, Gator, his canary, Peaches and his SST Monte Carlo. His friends were like his family. He was a gun enthusiast, and loved going to the range.

We would play video golf and go for picnics in the roads off from Yorkshire. On the nights that we would go out, he would go out on the dance floor and we'd dance! He was so much fun to be around and so easy to talk to that he made it very easy to fall in love with him! It wasn't long after we met, that we became a couple; together for 2 1/2 years. I loved him so much, then, and still love him to this day.

I was just talking about him to a friend, in these past couple of weeks, so hearing, today, of his passing was both shocking, and broke my heart. It also brought back a flood of memories of my time together with him. He was very special to me. I have so many good memories of the time that he and I shared together. Robbie has always held a very special place in my heart, even after we parted ways.

To Michelle and family, I send you all my Sincerest Sympathies. I know how much you all loved Robbie, and know he loved all of you. I truly loved him, as well.

Please find strength and comfort in each other during this difficult time. I know that you were all always there for him. I also know how much he loved and appreciated all that you had done for him over the years. Blessed be to all of you.

Julia Joines

November 19, 2020

Christmas 1996 I went to Port Charlotte to visit my mom. I asked a family friend to "Save me & get me out of the house"! He took me to Robbie's warehouse in Charlotte Harbor where I had the best time of my life.
Robbie instantly became a piece of my heart! His smile, and the little devilish things he could do...oh the memories!!
The friends I meet through Robbie have been life long friends, and like him, are one of a kind...TRUE BLUE.
I miss you ROBBIE. I hope your happy and having fun on the other side of "The Rainbow Bridge"
Love "Always & Forever"