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Theodore Robinson

1946 - 2018 Notice Condolences Gallery
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ROBINSON- Theodore On October 28, 2018, Theodore "Ted" W. Robinson, beloved brother and friend, talented sculptor, Interfaith Minister, hypnotist, author and attorney, passed away at the age of 72. Born on October 25, 1946 in Cambridge, New York to Phillip and Eileen (Webb) Robinson, he graduated from Hicksville High School in Long Island, Hofstra University, and Brooklyn Law School. Ted lived his life with passion and it showed in his many and varied interests. He was an award-winning sculptor whose work show power, grace, spirituality, and whimsy. Ted was also passionate about alternative health techniques and spirituality. As a certified hypnotist, EFT practitioner and Interfaith Minister, he held workshops and seminars internationally, published books, and produced videos and audios for both practitioners and clients. He held a weekly workshop at his healing center and produced a weekly cable show entitled Learning to Live in the Present Moment. His goal was to help everyone let go of who they were not, so they could find who they were always meant to be. Ted was also a criminal and trial attorney for 45 years and had served as President of both the Nassau County Criminal Courts Bar Association and the Nassau Lawyers Association. In 2006, Ted received the prestigious Practitioner of the Year Award from the Nassau County Criminal Courts Bar Association. Preceded in death by his parents, Ted is survived by his sister, Valerie Robinson Neff. He leaves behind a multitude of friends who deeply love him as well as countless individuals whose lives he touched and made better with his compassion, wit, creativity, and energy. A private Celebration of Life will be held in his honor. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice Care Network and the . Thank you Ted for all you've done for us and for all the memories we have shared. You are greatly loved and will always be in our hearts. Go with God and safe journey home.
Published in Newsday on Nov. 4, 2018
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