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Mitchell C Robiner

February 28, 1969June 24, 2020
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Mitchell C. Robiner, 51, of Tampa, passed away on Wednesday, June 24th, 2020 in Tampa.

Mitch was born in Skokie, IL to Dr. Ronald Robiner and Carol Slotnick Robiner on February 28th, 1969. He went to school at Twin Lakes High School. He married Jane Davis Robiner on May 27, 1995 in Tampa, FL. He graduated from the University of South Florida and Stetson Law School. He worked as an attorney with Brooks and Brooks.

Mitch is preceded in death by his brother, Todd Robiner.

Mitch is survived by his wife, Jane (Davis) Robiner; children, Alexis, Taylor, Tyler, and Nicholas; parents, Carol (Slotnick) and Dr. Ronald Robiner; sister, Pamela (Robiner) Nagurka (Stuart); uncles, Burton Slotnick, and Michael Slotnick; nieces and nephews, Jarrod, Bennett, Reid, Courtney, Ashley, Thomas, and Emily; grandniece, Parker; in-laws, Joan and Joseph Davis; sisters-in-law, Janice (Davis) Houp and Soyeon Jung Davis; and brother-in-law, Joseph Davis.

A Go Fund Me account is set up for his children: https://www.gofundme.com/f/support-mitch-robiner039s-family-after-tragic-loss


  • Visitation

    Monday, June 29, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Monday, June 29, 2020



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Kellie Martin-Jenkins

June 30, 2020

My deepest condolences to the entire Robiner family. I met Mitch in 8th grade at Crestwood Middle School. Mitch and I quickly became friends. Although we have not seen each other in a long time, Mitch always had a special place in my heart. I have so many great memories from growing up in RPB with you. RIP Mitch, your memory will remain with me forever.

John Mooney

June 29, 2020

Dear Jane,
My heart breaks for you and your family. Mitch was always such a wonderful genuine person. We had so many good times and laughs together going through USF. What a great friend and man. I pray that you and your children find peace and comfort in all the wonderful memories you have of each other. My thoughts and prayers with you.

Amy Tucceri

June 29, 2020

Jane, Alexis, Taylor, Tyler, and Nicholas,
I am so very sorry for your deep loss. I was so happy to see all of you last Fall in Tampa. Please know my prayers of finding peace are with each one of you and my thoughts have been with your family every day.
Amy Tucceri (Sarah Martin’s sister from Maine!)

Jeanine & Jack Parrish

June 29, 2020

We are so sorry for your loss. You are in our hearts, prayers and thoughts.

Michael Zambito

June 28, 2020

Dear Robiner Family,
Our hearts and prayers go out to you in this most difficult time. We will forever cherish the great times we had with Mitch including the numerous years at the girls' dance recitals, the boys playing baseball together, trips to the beach and Disney or just any conversation I had with him. Mitch had the highest integrity anyone could ever desire and I was so lucky and honored to call him my friend. He showed an inspiring passion for everything in life and always put his friends and family before himself.
Jane, Alexis, Taylor, Tyler and Nick, words can never express our sorrow for you. May your memories give you strength to guide you in your lives and know your Dad will always be with you.
All our Love and support always,
Michael Zambito and Family

Carmen-Ann Campbell

June 28, 2020

Dear, Robiner Family: Jane and Amazing Children; Pam and Wonderful Family; Carol and Ron; Our Friends Forever,

Our HEARTS are filled with sadness and precious memories of a life well spent. Mitchell personified the goodness that exists in our every day Humanity. I have special memories of Mitch and my children, Carmen-Marie, Donald, and Daniel, playing TOGETHER, going to school TOGETHER, helping one another, and having fun over these many years.
I know, Jane, that you and Mitchell learned TOGETHER to expect the unexpected, but moved forward, accepting each challenge as an opportunity to be role models for your children, family and friends.

When I remember Mitch, I think of The Little Prince, the iconic young boy whose HEART was filled with LOVE and heartfelt determination that embraced what is essential in life is invisible to the eye; it is with the HEART that one sees clearly.

May your journey continue, Mitchell, guided by your HEART.
Warm Regards,
Carmen Campbell and Snowball

Andy Van Vleet

June 28, 2020

Mitch, you will be greatly missed my friend. Our friendship started on a Pony baseball field many years ago but grew to be much more. I will always remember our talks on and off the field. You had great advice on raising teens, work, health, entrepreneurship, and just life in general. Your mind was always working. It seemed every time we talked you were working on a new invention idea or app. It was an inspiration to be around someone like you. I appreciate how you encouraged others to do the same. You encouraged us to push to be more and do more.
You treated everyone with fairness, kindness, and patience Calm and level headed in tense situations. You were one of kind.
I will always remember your laughs. You had that laugh I would call a "jolly chuckle". I can see you right now, messing with NIck or Tyler and then rolling into that chuckle that was mischievous but loving at the same time. It's so hard to comprehend that we won't see that laugh again.
Jane, Nick, Tyler, Taylor, and Lexi, I am so sorry for your loss. Your father and husband was taken too early. It's not fair. I hope you can all find the strength it's going to take to get through this. You have all of our prayers and sympathies. I know Mitch would do anything for your happiness in this world and he will continue to protect and help you for the rest of your lives in ways that God must have felt could only be done from Heaven.
Dr. and Mrs. Robiner, Pam, and extended family, I can't imagine your pain. We are praying for all of you and sending all our sympathies. You raised a truly great man. He will be missed by many.
Sincerely, Andy Van Vleet and Family

Curtis Rampersad

June 28, 2020

I'm at a loss for words once more and my heart hurts seeing one of my childhood friend has passed. Mitch thanks for some great memories we had at work & outside of work. RIP Mitch

Elizabeth Valencia

June 28, 2020

Deeply saddened by your loss, we send our deepest sympathies and a memory of a better time. with Love, Liz Berke Valencia and Family

Maryann Cojocar

June 28, 2020

To everyone in this precious family, our hearts and prayers go out to you, my sons grew up with you and your brothers. I remember the heart break of your brother that passed and we will keep praying for you and your family. Your Mom and Dad are so precious to the everyone in Royal Palm Beach. With Love and prayers, Maryann Cojocar and family. We are so saddened.