Paul Robin Dadisman

Paul Robin Dadisman, 48, of Las Vegas, N.V., died Nov. 14, 2013, due to complications from surgery.
Robin was born Feb. 19, 1965, to Betty Martin Dadisman and Paul Kennamer Dadisman in Lexington.
Robin moved to Boulder, Colo., with his family in 1972. He graduated from Fairview High School in Boulder, Colo. Robin moved to Las Vegas, N.V., in October 2012.
He worked for CPI Card Group in pre-press until his death. Robin was a very talented graphic designer. He owned and operated Boulderwear Silkscreen and Design in Boulder where he put his many talents to work. He also was a DJ for KGNU radio in Boulder with his popular show "Filet of Soul and Waffles."
One of Robin's passions was movies. He loved being a film critic for his family. He also loved cars, especially his Mustang Mach II muscle car.
Robin is survived by his loving family: Betty Dadisman, Aurora, Colo.; Paul Dadisman, Platteville, Colo.; Martin Dadisman, Longmont, Colo.; Kathryn Dadisman, Denver, Colo.; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins in Kentucky.
Memorial services were held Nov. 30 at KGNU Radio Station in his radio shows' time slot.
Robin is sadly missed by his family and friends. Robin, you will live forever in our hearts.
Published in The Anderson News on Jan. 8, 2014