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  • "Matt, I remember your amazing spirit & smile. You are such..."
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    - Valerie McNabb
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A Memorial Service for Mr. Matthew Stephan Morris Robinson will be 2 PM, Saturday, February 16, 2013 at First AME Church of Palm Coast, 91 Old Kings Road North with Rev. Gilliard S. Glover, officiating. Mr. Robinson was born March 20, 1984 in Forest Hills, NY to Morris and Stephanie Robinson. Matthew passed away on February 10, 2013 at the age of 28. Matthew moved to Palm Coast in 1990, where he attended school and graduated from Flagler Palm Coast High School in 2002. Matthew went on to the University of Florida, where he graduated in 2007 with a degree of Bachelor of Design with a Major in Architecture. Matthew was an active volunteer with many organizations, including African American Cultural Society (AACS), Boys and Girls Club of Gainesville, ACE Mentors, NAP Ford Community School and the Middle Schoolers of Lake Highland Prep School. Matthew's work history included, Dragonfly Restaurant in Gainesville and continued working at the Orlando location. Matthew was employed at RS&H as an Architect I. During his time in Gainesville, Matthew met the love of his life Christine McNabb. After she moved to Orlando Matthew followed. Christine and Matthew are the proud parents of Skyler Rose (1 1/2 years) and a little one due in September. Matthew was preceded in death by his father; Morris and his sister: Victoria. He leaves to mourn his memory: his fiancé: Christine McNabb; daughter: Skyler; mother: Stephanie; brothers: Jonathan, Palm Coast, Morris James (Lori), Mesa, AZ, Michael (Faye), New York and Mark (Paula), Brooklyn, NY; sisters: Melissa Arnold, Palm Coast and Lisa Ransom, Jacksonville, FL; numerous friends and family members. He was an amazing father, fiancé, friend, brother, son and uncle. This unexpected passing leaves a hole that will endure throughout the years. He will never be forgotten and the love that so many have for him will last a lifetime. A fund has been set up for Skyler Robinson. Donations may be made at Bank of America to the McNabb Family Fund.


Published in Daytona Beach News-Journal on Feb. 15, 2013
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