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Robert Williamson Obituary
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August 18, 2018

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August 18, 2018

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January 26, 2018
I have many childhood memories of you, Karen and me playing together when we would visit you in the summers. You were the best cousin I could ever hope for. Sweet and kind is the way I remember you. See you in heaven. Your cousin, Darlene Kelly
January 25, 2018
January 24, 2018
Sweet memories of many good years. Partners in crime as we planned your motorcycle routes and adventures and wonderful times at the lake house and Nashville. I will always love you!
January 24, 2018
I am so sorry to hear the news of Robbie's death. I have fun and fond memories of Robbie and our teenage years. I lived in Lexington and my family would go to Mt. Sterling to visit relatives. I met Robbie and he became a good friend. We used to take rides around town in my aunt's big green ford. One time we carved pumpkins for my aunts and went to some movies together. Robbie was one of the kindest, most soft spoken and humble people I ever knew. I remember when he went to the Air Force and came to visit me with his girlfriend from England. Although I had not seen Robbie in several years I heard about his Mom Irene's passing and sent him a card. Robbie will always be part of my teenage memories in Mt. Sterling. My condolences to his brother.God Bless.