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Byron Donald Robbins Obituary
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August 15, 2018

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April 17, 2018
Just found out moments ago that Byron has moved on. As much as I hate heating & AC issues, it was always good to see Byron and catch up on family, etc. We will definitely miss him and our prayers are with Keli and the rest of his family & friends.
April 8, 2018
We just found out Byron passed away. We are so very sorry. What a kind, sincerer, wonderful man. He was always honest, personable and straightforward with us, qualities that are rare these days. We always trusted what he told us we needed done at our homes and we're going to miss having him to rely on. Heaven has called home a beautiful soul. Sending our love to his family.

The DeMeglios
April 6, 2018
I just learned on April 5 about Byron's passing. He was a wonderful man. He was always willing to assist myself, my two sisters, my brother and my lady friend when we had heat or air trouble. He was a true professional in the business world. After he would finish the service call we would always have to talk cars for at least 30 minutes, no matter how busy he was. I last saw him in January during the bitter cold spell we had. We had a very personal conversation about life and the hereafter. Although I did not know his family, I would like to extend my condolences to them and just be one of the many people who enjoyed and appreciated everything Byron did. He will never be forgotten by our family. Rest in peace Byron.
April 6, 2018