Robin Neill
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Robin Neill Aug 9, 1931 June 29, 2014 Robin, age 82, passed away peacefully at his summer home at Rocky Point on Sunday, June 29 2014. Beloved husband of Sharon (Flynn) for 42 years. Cherished father of Natalie (Paul Cnudde). Robin was formerly an Economics professor at Carleton University in Ottawa and at the University of P.E.I. ( Charlottetown ). He is survived by his siblings Margaret Cunningham and Terry Neill (Carroll), sisters-in-law Mary Neill, Maureen Flynn-Burhoe (Dave), Erin Arsenault (John), Eileen Murray (Gerard), brother-in-law, John Flynn (Julie Schroeder), brother-in-law Kim Sampson (Kelly), sister-in-law Susan Flynn, and numerous nieces and nephews. Born in Port Arthur, Ontario, to Robert and Margaret (Maguire) Neill. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his brother Sam, his brother-in-law Bill Cunningham and sister-in-law Kathleen Sampson. Arrangements entrusted to the Hennessey Funeral Home, Charlottetown, PEI. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the St. Vincent de Paul Society or the Salvation Army.



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Published in Ottawa Citizen from Jul. 2 to Jul. 3, 2014.
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July 3, 2014
Dear Sharon: I was very saddened when I heard of Robin's passing in today's Campus Notices. I always enjoyed running into Robin on campus or around town and his witty comments and interactions. He brings back pleasant memories. I'm sure you will miss him terribly, but am sure wonderful memories will sustain you. My thoughts are with you. John
John Burka
July 2, 2014
Professor Neill taught me in the early 70's and his sense of humour, obvious interest in the material and his students helped convince me to major in Economics. He positively shaped the lives of many during his career.
Gord Baldwin
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