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Gilliland Howe Funeral Home

110 East North Street, Greensburg, IN

OBITUARY

Tim W. Robinson

June 30, 1963May 21, 2020
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Tim W. Robinson, 56, of Greensburg, Indiana passed away on May 21, 2020. He was born on June 30, 1963 in New Castle, Indiana the son of D. Jewell Robinson Cupp. Tim worked for 20 years at STI and Hitachi in Greensburg. Survivors include: Wife, Christy Robinson; Daughter, Candice Robinson of Greensburg; Grandchildren, Jada and Braxtan Phillips; Step Father, Phil Webster of New Castle; and Step Sister, Barb Webster of New Castle, and Several Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins. He was preceded in death by Mother and his beloved schnauzer, Buddy. A Memorial Visitation for family and friends will be held on Friday June 12, 2020 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm at Gilliland-Howe Funeral Home. Memorial contributions can be made to the Celebration Place, 2002 Moscow Road, Greensburg, Indiana 47240. Online condolences can be made to the family at www.gilliland-howe.com

  • FAMILY

  • Christy Robinson, Spouse
  • Candice Robinson, Daughter
  • Jada Phillips, Granddaughter
  • Braxtan Phillips, Grandson
  • Phil Webster, Step Father
  • Barb Webster, Step Sister
  • DONATIONS

  • Celebration Place

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  • Memorial Visitation

    Friday, June 12, 2020

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Andrea (Sis) Murray

June 12, 2020

It's hard to leave just one memory of someone you've known you're whole life! When I was little, my cousin Candace and I were the closest girl cousins in age and we would want to hang out together whenever possible because, ya know, boys have cooties! Tim was never one to turn us down, no matter what was going on his life at the time! I didnt really get to know Tim until I became an adult and we both lived in Greensburg. At first, it was just here and there, but then whenever I worked in a restaurant or bar and he knew it, he would come in and see me! He had a phenomenal sense of humor that I like to think runs in the family! I'm dreading going to say goodbye today, but I'm happy you are finally at peace!
Love ya bud,
Sis

Christy robinson

June 9, 2020

i will always love you baby....

Christy robinson

June 9, 2020

i remember the 1st time we meet....ur smile in the airport.....melts my heart.... we enjoy each other company....we laugh....we ride in my motorcycle....we were to happy...our wedding...yes..i still remember when u cry on our wedding day at church....and u told me....ur my no.6 wife and u will be my last...
Yes....we are so happy....til u go back in america....and then come to see me again the 2nd time and the 3rd time....ur so amzing...we do fight...we argue....but thats all trials to both of us...
I love you timothy.....i really do love you....and i will always love you baby.... i miss you so much....looking up ur pic....makes me cry....

Like u always say....u dont wanna live forever.....i no ur in heaven now.....

Say hi to my dad....and to ur mom...

Love you baby....


Fly high baby.....


Jamie Acosta-Lohrum

June 9, 2020

When i was young Tim and Mary and Candace moved in with us for a short time while they found a place and he was always nice to me and goofy and i just always remember him that way. We had messaged here and there lately on facebook and he always had kind words to say. I was grateful for that. Praying for the family left behind and friends 💞💞

Vickie Murray

June 8, 2020

I remember the time when you were living with me. I came home to all doors and windows opened and you all were outside. The sink had become clogged and you had mixed a couple liquids to try and unclog and the smell was horrible. There were actually fumes visible. We thought we were going to have to call the fire department...lol. I'm going to miss our talks on messenger. RIP now cuz. Love and miss you.

Kristina Rose

June 8, 2020

Tim was a great guy and a great friend he injoy the out doors mostly hunting and fishing and camping I will truly miss him sorry for your loss fly high Tim with your mom you were a great friend to me

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