Robin Shaw
Ronald B Jones Funeral Home
316 Elm St
Ludlow, KY

Robin Shaw, 57, of Abilene, TX, formerly of Ludlow, received the gift of eternal life on April 28, 2017. Robin loved flying, flight instructing and constructing home-built aircraft. He was preceded in death by his father, Merle Shaw; brothers, Mark Shaw, Steven Shaw; grandparents, Helen and Lynn Turner, and Anna and AJM Shaw. Robin will be lovingly remembered and missed by his wife, Michele; mother, Barbara Crist; step-mother, Shirley Shaw; sisters, Rhonda (Bert) Thomas, Valorie Shaw; Jackie (Gary) Tate, Tonja Turner-Asher; brothers, Tim Lane, Tommy (Andrea) Shaw, Chris Lasica, Dave (Rosetta) Lasica; as well as aunts, uncles, numerous cousins, nieces and nephews. He will be missed greatly by co-workers, family and friends. Graveside Services were held on May 5, 2017 at the Texas State Veterans Cemetery in Abilene, TX. A memorial service will be held at a later date in Cincinnati. Online condolences to

Published by Kentucky Enquirer on May 9, 2017.
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Graveside service
Texas State Veterans Cemetery at Abilene
7457 West Lake Road, TX
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We in the Aerial Firefighting Community miss Robin and have his picture up on the wall of our Briefing Room. Rest in Peace my friend.
Chuck Johnson
May 1, 2019
Dear Shelley,

Robin was my pilot instructor a few times. I knew him through the CAF & the EAA in Abilene, TX. I had also met you at Elmdale Baptist Church a couple of years ago. Please accept my deepest sympathy the loss of your husband.
Connie Carroll
June 16, 2017
We had the privilege of working with Robin during the summer of 2016 while he was an Air Attack Pilot at the Omak SEAT Base. He was an intelligent, professional, likable pilot and was well respected in the Fire Fighting Community. Rest in Peace Robin.
Chuck Johnson
June 10, 2017
I flew with Robin for many years in the Cincinnati area. He was an outstanding pilot and teacher. I especially would like to reach out to Robin's wife Shelly to let her know how sorry I am. What a great man.
Barbara Scull
May 5, 2017
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