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Robin Alan Wagner

July 16, 1955October 16, 2019

Robin Alan Wagner, died peacefully on October 16, 2019, at his home in Oviedo, Florida. Robin was 64. Born in Columbus, Ohio to Richard and Ann Wagner on July 16, 1955 - he was the youngest of 4 children. Robin loved being outdoors - camping, fishing, hiking, visiting state/national parks or simply cruising down the backroads. When he moved to Florida in 1969, he discovered a love of the beaches that he passed on to his children. Robin made sure to attend every Bike Week he could as the event combined two of his favorite things: motorcycles and the beach. His collection of Boot Hill bike week shirts date back to the 1980s. Robin also loved to travel - having been to both Australia and New Zealand. His retirement plan was to travel the US in a RV. Robin owned and operated Robin’s Pool service since 1987. People who knew Robin, knew him as one of the most unselfish, sensitive, kind, and loving souls they had ever encountered. Universally adored not only by family, but nearly every person who ever met him - Robin was the kind of person your own pet might prefer over you. Robin is survived by his wife of 20 Years, Christina; stepson, Jessie Wilson; daughter, Morgan Denny and her husband Conner; son, Conrad Wagner; sister, Shari O’Hara; and brother, Richard Wagner. A celebration of Robin's life will be held on November 3, 2019 from 1-4 pm at Secret Lake Park. 200 N Triplet Lake Dr, Casselberry, FL 32707. In lieu of flowers, the family is asking for donations to be made to a college fund for Conrad: Facebook fundraiser- Robin Wagner Memorial Fund Check or money order can be made out to Morgan W. Denny


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Bonnie Noble Thompson

November 3, 2019

I met Robin years ago through his wife Tina who is a childhood friend. When I did see Robin over the years whether at a get together at Allison’s or at the beach. He was always a kind soul. What I saw was a awesome human being in every way. Family came first to him. He was a man of Integrity. I am glad that God shared You in all of our lives . Robin your place on Earth was short lived but that’s ok. You are at your final destiny where we will all meet again. You will be missed. We have our memories locked in our hearts of you which will be a pleasure to reminisce in. So along Robin My prayers go out to Tina, Jessie, Morgan, Conrad and all of the family. 🙏

Karla Payton

November 3, 2019

First Thing I think of when I think of Robin is His quiet wit. When we would have our one on one talks He always made Me laugh. Nobody knew what the hell we were laughing about. Lol... He was always Nice and Welcoming..
My Love and Prayers to His Family.
Always Remember The Good Times....

Judith Lundy

October 25, 2019

dear tina and your awesome family,
Robin was a quiet but gentle, caring and WICKED AWESOME man that would always do good for others. always remember the great time we had at jbs fish camp, octoberfest in sanford , and your awesome wedding back in orlando some 20 years ago.
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief. my deepest condolences goes out to you and your loving family Tina! Stay Strong girl! call me!! love you, Boston Judy and Butch

Natalie Mullner

October 23, 2019

I only got the chance to meet your dad once a long time ago, but I will never forget how much he made us laugh when he took us to Halloween Horror Nights! My heart is with you and your family in this hard time. I wish you all comfort and love.