Robin Arthur Sage

February 1, 1956November 13, 2020

Passed away surrounded by his family November 13th, 2020 at the age of 64.

He is survived by his loving wife Lynn Sage, cherished daughter Stephanie Sage, father Ted Sage, sisters Wendy (Tim), Deb (Mark), Sherry, Marlean, Bridget and Diane. He will be deeply missed by his many nieces, nephews, and great nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his mother Hilda (nee Arthur) Sage and his brothers Wayne and Roger. To honour Robin’s wishes cremation has taken place. In lieu of flowers, donations to St. Mary’s Hospital Foundation for Cardiac Care would be appreciated.

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Jan Sparling

November 28, 2020

Lynn and Stephanie - I am so sad to read of Robin’s death. He was such a kind quiet , non assuming gentleman, I met at Fairview during my trailer days in Meaford . He sure cooked a mean chilli, winning the crown of honour many years in a row, and each year accepted the award quietly, and proudly , never really sharing his recipe, but always ready to plan for changes for the next year . I hope your great memories of this fella help you through your journey of healing , learning to live without his presence , yet knowing he’s right there in your heart all along .
So sorry .


Renate Roth

November 17, 2020

My deepest condolences to the entire Sage family...Rob was one of the good ones.
Living across the road was a loving family with much humour.
Memories of late night games of “kick the can” barn chores and sooo many great suppers around Sages’ supper table...
Robin you made us laugh RIP

Mike Dejonge

November 17, 2020

Hello Lynn, sorry to hear of your loss, and I wish you much encouragement in the time coming ahead. I have fond memories of discussing Mopar things with Robin at work, and with you working in the pickle plant, and I will remember both of you as very dedicated, hard working employees at Better Beef. oh how time flies. I would have liked very much to attend at the funeral home , but during covid this is not allowed, so I send my greetings and best wishes.
Mike Dejonge

Russ O'Brien

November 17, 2020

We are so very sorry to hear of your brother's passing. Such sad news.

Our deepest condolences go out to the entire family.

May you find strength in the fond memories you shared to last a lifetime.

Rest in Peace.

Much love from Russ + Ness

Pat and Lee Nowack

November 17, 2020

So very sorry to hear of Rob’s passing. We have great memories of A fun loving Rob. We all had so much fun snowmobiling around the area. He took a lot of teasing! We have such fond memories.

Nancy Flanagan

November 16, 2020

With Deepest Sympathy to the Sage Family so sorry to hear about the passing of Robin I am sure he will deeply be missed. Nancy Flanagan and Mark Lennartz

Wayne Hartwick

November 16, 2020

To all of the Sage family, Lynn, Stephanie, father and sisters,
Our deepest sympathy on the sudden passing of your beloved Robin.
Treasure the many happy memories you have shared through the years, hold them close to your hearts always.
RIP Robin
Wayne and Joan Hartwick

Linda Yungblut

November 16, 2020

Heartfelt sympathies to everyone on hearing of Robins passing...have many great memories of snowmobiling and other social events during our younger years.
RIP Robin❤️

Janet Haverkamp

November 16, 2020

Dear Sarah, family and friends. So sorry to read about your Uncle Robin’s passing. My Deepest Sympathy to you all in this time of grief, such a great loss to your family and friends. Hugs

Diane Playford

November 16, 2020

Robin was a worker. From doing a milk run lifting heavy milk cans as a teenager to driving truck, working was his game. Same as when he played ball, pitching or hitting. Be he a bouncer or a great father and husband. Rest in peace, Baby brother.


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