Dear Betty and Lisa,
Ruth and I extend our deepest sympathy relative to Jim's passing. He sure was a fine man and a good friend.
Mrs. Robinson & Lisa....I struggle for words to express how I felt when hearing that Mr. Robinson had passed away...He was such a important part of mine and Gary's Banking career...and our lives...He taught us both so much..
I remember so many of the conversations I had with him over the years..I respected him so much as a person and as Banker...My Deepest Sympathy..Cecilia McAdams
I enjoyed working
with Mr. Robinson for several years at Florida National Bank.
He was a fine man.
Our golfing days were always enjoyably because of Jim's pleasant personality and astute respect for the integrity of the game. May his long and envid respect in the community sustain you in this sad time. Please accept my deepest sympathy.
Dear Lisa and family,
I am sorry to hear about your loss. I pray that God gives you peace in this moment. Trust that God is loves us and is always with us.
Our thoughts and deepest sympathies are with the family.
Miss Betty, Malcolm and I are so sorry for your loss. Mr. Jim was such a pleasant and kind gentleman. We will never forget all the shared nights at Wayne's. You will be in our prayers and may God comfort and give you great peace at this time.
Betty, Branigan and Lisa; Jim will be sorely missed. Jerry and I love you all, and Jim always made us feel we were family. Godspeed, Jim.
Betty, So sorry for your loss. Jim was a fine man and an outstanding community leader. Randall & Joe Broxton
Mrs. Robinson, Lisa and Branigan,
We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Please know you are all in our thoughts and prayers.
Chuck & Janie Wright
Words can't express what a great person Mr. Robinson was and I am thankful that I was able to call him a friend over the course of the last 15 plus years. Mr. Robinson always put others before himself and his wealth of knowledge was simply tremendous. I learned so much from him during the time that I was in his presence. I will never forget Mr. Robinson.
Tiffany and I send our heartfelt condolences to Mrs. Robinson, Lisa and Branigan.
I will always think of a conversation he and I had about how much he loved seeing the young girls and boys at the horse shows. How happy and proud the kids were when they came out to show. Thank you Mr. Robinson.
Betty and Lisa, I am so sorry for your loss. Jim was a fine man and a real gentleman. The horse shows won't be the same without him.