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August 24, 2006
Robin was one of the most genuine people I have ever met. He had an ability to stay calm that I really admired -- it even rubbed off on me sometimes. Robin had a passion for prep sports like few in this field do and it showed in his work. He was like an Indiana high school sports encyclopedia dating back to the 60's and he could give you directions to any high school within a four-state area, no matter how obscure a town it was in. He is already missed greatly, but he'll always be remembered.
August 23, 2006
Robin was good at what he did, making it a pleasure to work with him on stories large and small. He was not driven by his ego, but by his desire to do the best job on behalf of the high school athletes he covered. He was a real pro, and a wonderful man.
August 22, 2006
When I needed some insight about a high school event I was covering, Robin was there for guidance. When I made the occasional glitch in a story, Robin was there to save my, well, reputation. For that, and for so many other things, I am greatly appreciative. He will be missed.
August 21, 2006
Robin's dedication to the coverage of high school sports was legendary in The News-Sentinel newsroom. He will be much missed by coaches, players, athletic directors and his colleagues in the Fort Wayne area.

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