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Swan Funeral Home

80 East Main Street, Clinton, CT

OBITUARY

Michael David Robison

May 31, 1969February 11, 2020
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Michael David Robison, of Clinton, beloved father, son and brother passed on February 11, 2020 with his family by his side.

Michael was born on May 31, 1969, in Manchester, Connecticut to his parents Ron and Sandra McKay Robison. The family moved to Walnut, California and Mike graduated from Walnut High School in 1987. The family returned to Clinton, Connecticut. Mike worked at Welding Works for 28 years. He loved his job. He started work there sweeping floors, and was promoted from general laborer to welder to lead man to assistant shop supervisor to supervisor. One of his greatest accomplishments was being lead, working, building, and completing the Winged Archway Monument is Kearney, Nebraska. Mike also worked on fencing around Central Park in New York City and art displays in Florida.

He leaves behind to mourn his loss his daughters Alexandra and Sydney Robison; his parents Ron and Sandy Robison, all of Clinton; brother Ron Robison of Old Lyme; many aunts and uncles; nephew Kyle of Westbrook, nieces Sandy and Nicki Luz of Malvern, PA, nephew Tyler Maselek of Deep River, and his niece and partner and crime, Jacqueline Luz, of New London. He also leaves behind great nephews Carlos and Jude, and great nieces Lily, Audrey, and Hannah and many friends. He was predeceased by his sister Jill Maselek, paternal grandparents Huston and Marge Robison, maternal grandparents Art and Arline McKay, uncles Robbi Ray and Robin.

Calling hours will be held on Wednesday, February 19th from 6-8pm with a memorial service beginning at 8pm at Swan Funeral Home, 80 E. Main St., Clinton. In lieu of flowers, please send a donation to the Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery. (https://ccar.us/)

Services

  • Calling Hours Wednesday, February 19, 2020
  • Memorial Service Wednesday, February 19, 2020

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Price Van der Swaagh

February 13, 2020

I owned Welding Works while Mike was my employee. I watched him grow and mature into the extremely talented craftsman he became. It is with the heaviest of hearts that the realization sets in that he is no longer with us. While not physically present the memories and pleasure I had working with him and watching him work will last a lifetime. Prayers of grace to all who are left behind as you mourn this terrible loss.

Lisa Harden

February 12, 2020

I will always remember the season of coaching soccer with Mike. We had a blast. I will also remember hours of guitar hero. My prayers go out to Mikes family and especially to Alex and Syd.

Jennifer Treubig

February 12, 2020

My thoughts and prayers are with you all. What a great laugh Mike had. We had so many fun times together. Mike was there when Ross caught his first (of many to come) fish!! One of my fav memories was camping in VT. He loved his fireworks too. Many many great laughs together.

Kelley Edwards

February 12, 2020

Also wanted to leave this photo I have—

Kelley Edwards

February 12, 2020

Your dads big brown eyes — I’ll never forget them. He loved you, Syd and Al, so much. He was very proud of both of you and always will be. I remember fire works and Halloween’s with your dad, the pig roasts and swimming in your grandmas pool- your dad shared my love for all things Halloween didn’t he!! He had some great decorations! Your dad was indeed good hearted and loving and will not be forgotten. Sending so much love from all of us- Kelley, matt, Colleen and kacey

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