OBITUARY

Leo Bradley ROBINSON

February 19, 1968September 25, 2019

Leo Bradley Robinson passed away at the Michael Garron Hospital on Wednesday, September 25th 2019 at the age of 51 after a brief battle with cancer. He was the son of Margaret Robinson and the late Leo Robinson. Leo is survived by his loving partner Elisabete Silva. He was the loving father of Kylie and Meagan and grandfather of Heidi. He was the beloved brother of Melissa and Victoria (Vernon). Leo will be sadly missed by his entire family, including his nieces, nephews, extended family in both Ontario and Nova Scotia, friends and co-workers.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Gathering Saturday, October 5, 2019

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Rosemary Sweetman

October 5, 2019

Dear Marg,
My heartfelt condolences to you and your family.
Rosemary Sweetman

Michelle Gabriele

October 5, 2019

Marg,
I am so very sorry for your loss. My deepest condolences to you and your family.

Michelle

Oren Amitay

October 4, 2019

Dear Leo,

We spent so much time together during one of the most important developmental periods of our lives--the first few years of (pre-)teenhod. I knew many people, but you were one of my very few actual friends.

I admired, respected and envied you for the kinds of reasons a teen would: You had the cool rocker look/vibe down pat from head to toe, whereas I was an awkward cheap imitation with horrible hair and comedically huge feet several sizes too big for my gangly frame.

More importantly, I never met one person who had anything bad to say about you. Even though we were all young, I believe everyone who knew you recognized and appreciated the many great qualities you possessed.

It was a shame that we slowly grew apart after I had to leave our school. I would eventually try to reach out periodically but, unfortunately, my efforts never proved successful.

By tragic synchronicity, on the day I once again committed to finally finding you, I learned about your health issues. Even more determined than ever to meet again and resume our friendship, I found out later that same day that you had left us only hours before.

I make sure not to have many regrets in life, but failing to reconnect with such a kind, generous and loving spirit now ranks among my deepest regrets. Living in the past is not productive, but there is great value in remembering and honouring those who had such an important impact on our lives.

Thank you, brother.

Victoria Robinson

October 1, 2019

You were the best big brother to me and best uncle to my kids💔 I am heartbroken you have left us so soon. Life will never be the same without those beautiful blue eyes and smile. I will miss your humour and all the laughs. Thanks for all the beautiful memories and everything you have done for me. I will love and miss you every single day for the rest of my life💔💔 rest in paradise bro xoxoxo

Sandy Hatcher-Maher

September 30, 2019

Leo I will forever cherish our childhood memories, I’m sad we didn’t spend more time together as we aged. I will never forget you cuz, fly high with the angels RIP.


Sandy

Michael Rutherford

September 30, 2019

Gentle and patient you were with all who worked side by side with you.

Your strength and energy in this battle helped those you have left behind understand and gain energy for their struggle ahead.

Your wit and humour, as distinct as it was, will be missed my friend.

May the pain and struggle be over for you my friend and may you rest in the memories of your life with us, knowing that we hold you dear in our hearts!

GOD BLESS!

Michael Rutherford

David Rambarran

September 29, 2019

Leo it’s truly been a pleasure knowing you sir. You always know how to make people smile. You will surly be missed my friend.

Stacey Coyle

September 27, 2019

Leo it was an honor to know you
May you rest in the arms of many angels

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY