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Robin W. Stevenard

June 9, 1972 - December 9, 2017

Robin Stevenard: June 9, 1972 - December 9, 2017

Service Date: December 16, 2017

Funeral Home Carp

Posted by:
Trish

Posted on:
February 21, 2018

Robin in his “Happy Place” at the Ottawa Senators Locker Room Sale 2016

Posted by:
Pam Reid

Posted on:
January 23, 2018

I am just sad to hear the passing if Rob. I remember him from high school and he was just an awesome guy. I am so sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in knowing how loved Rob was.

Posted by:
Trish

Posted on:
January 2, 2018

Robin, Etta & Finn in Banff, Alberta (Lake Louise over his shoulder)

Posted by:
Trish

Posted on:
January 1, 2018

Robin & Etta skating :)

Posted by:
Trish

Posted on:
December 27, 2017

Robin with Finn - his first time skating!

Posted by:
Ben Cuffari

Posted on:
December 25, 2017

So sorry to hear of Robin's passing. He was such a nice man, and a true gentle giant. My thoughts and prayers are with you Trish, and your family.

Posted by:
Dean and Donnalea Miller

Posted on:
December 17, 2017

We are sending our sincere condolences to you, Robin will be truly missed to all who knew him.

Posted by:
Rose Caldwell

Posted on:
December 17, 2017

My sincere condolences to you and your family Trish during this difficult time. Robin was a great person and I will forever remember his big smile.

Posted by:
Kim gemmill

Posted on:
December 16, 2017

Tricia My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time. Sending hugs

Posted by:
Rob Price op#2897

Posted on:
December 16, 2017

I will miss bumping into Robin at the Sens equipment sales and at work. Many happy conversations. Truly one of the good guys club.

Posted by:
Blair Munro

Posted on:
December 16, 2017

My heartfelt condolences go out to you and your family.He always had a friendly smile on his face and will be deeply missed.

Posted by:
Roxanne Jacobs

Posted on:
December 16, 2017

To all the family my heartfelt condolences.

Posted by:
Bronwyn T

Posted on:
December 15, 2017

Patricia, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you and your family.

Posted by:
Jeff Richardson

Posted on:
December 15, 2017

Heartfelt condolences. I had the pleasure of playing hockey with Robin in the West Carleton Old Timers league and I would drive many kilometres just to have my skates sharpened by Robin. He will surely be missed....

Posted by:
Laurie & Damien Whittaker

Posted on:
December 15, 2017

Trish & family, Our deepest condolences for your family's loss. Thinking of you all during this difficult time. Laurie & Damien Whittaker

Posted by:
Tom Kivell

Posted on:
December 15, 2017

A very, very sad day Trish as we all think of you, and your tremendous kids. Robin was always full of life, jokes, and a guys-guy ! May his spirit live thru your children and beyond. Sincere condolences.

Posted by:
Howard Poon

Posted on:
December 15, 2017

Hi Trishia... So sorry to learn of the your loss with the passing of Robin. My deepest condolences to you and the family. I will not be able to attend the service to celebrate Robin's life but my thoughts and prayers will be with you, the children and family.

Posted by:
Heather Hallihan and family

Posted on:
December 14, 2017

Growing up with Stacy, I thought Robin was just the coolest guy. Always cracking jokes, trying to be super embarrassing in front of her friends. But always with a wicked smile. This is just devastating for the family and I wish them strength and love as they carry on through this tragic time. Big huge hugs to everyone in the Stevenard family. He will be sorely missed

Posted by:
Aaron & Dijana White

Posted on:
December 14, 2017

Our thoughts are with you guys during these times. Stacey and Jordan have always spoken highly of Robin and we know he will be missed.

Posted by:
Kelly Rump

Posted on:
December 14, 2017

Tricia, I am so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you and the kids at this difficult time.

Posted by:
Anne

Posted on:
December 14, 2017

So very sorry for your loss! I didn't know Robin personally but heard about him from my daughter Tara and what a great person he was! My heart is with all of you at this very sad time.

Posted by:
Gwen and Danny Loyer and Anita Robichaud

Posted on:
December 14, 2017

There are no words to express the feeling we have of the loss of Robin, we will miss his smiles and his wonderful sense of humor, Our thoughts will be with you through this difficult time, please know that if there is anything we can do, do not hesitate to let us know. Love all of you always, Gwen, Danny, Anita and family XOXOXOXOXOXOXOXO

Posted by:
Val and Gord carruthers

Posted on:
December 14, 2017

Our sincere condolences. Robin will be truly missed but in everyone's hearts forever.

Posted by:
Diana Bill

Posted on:
December 14, 2017

I'm so sorry to hear of Robins passing. I didn't know him well but well enough to see what a wonderful person he was. Always smiling and happy. My deepest sympathy to you and your family.

Posted by:
Lynn White

Posted on:
December 14, 2017

Thoughts and prayers are with family. God Bless Lynn

Posted by:
Brenda Swarts OC 6235

Posted on:
December 14, 2017

My Heartfelt Condolences to the Families.

Posted by:
Carie Howe (Corbeil)

Posted on:
December 14, 2017

Robin will always be remembered for his sense of humour and kind, witty ways. Sending my sincere condolences to his family. May his spirit live on through his children. Thoughts and prayers. Carie

Posted by:
Ron W

Posted on:
December 14, 2017

Always greeted me with a big smile and a friendly hello, whether it was at the rink (Regulators), or at work (OC). An excellent person who is gone to soon. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.

Posted by:
diane cleary

Posted on:
December 14, 2017

My thoughts and prayers of all of you.

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Daphne Hanna

Posted on:
December 14, 2017

Trisha, Etta, Finn, Colleen, Nick, Haley, Justin and Heather Deepest sympathies to all of you! Words cannot express your loss, but are meant to comfort you at this time. Robin was one of the most fun loving, caring individuals we have ever met. He was such a welcome addition to the family! He was always the life of the party. He liked to tease and torment all the time, a trait that he taught Etta. His sense of humor was unbelievable, his smile (evident in every picture) would light up the room and of course his size made it easy to pick Robin out of a crowd and by chance if you didn’t see him, he would always pick you out of a crowd and always went of his way to say “hi”. For us, mashed potatoes and turnips won’t be the same without the big guy in the kitchen at Christmas. Robin was a very big part of our lives; we will be able to provide Etta and Finn with so many memories of their Dad! We will miss him dearly! Randy, Daphne, Brodie, Nicki and Mark

Posted by:
Brad Duck

Posted on:
December 14, 2017

Adding Robin to any team or group always ensured a good time with lots of laughs. Robin was always a larger than life personality that touched all those around him. I will miss him greatly, as will anybody who knew him. My condolences to Trish and family. Robin will never be forgotten.

Posted by:
Dave Evans (5544)

Posted on:
December 14, 2017

Trish, Words seem hollow and without adequate meaning right now, but maybe sharing a memory can bring a small degree of warmth and comfort. When I think of Robin I think of the backyard party we attended at Gary Tanzabels house. It was early on in your relationship and the way Robin looked at you, it was pure love. The backyard was coming and going with people but the two of you were alone in each other’s eyes and it was a special moment being able to witness the blossoming of pure love. Trish, you will see him again. Touch the face of God, Robin. Much love, Dave (5544)

Posted by:
Rob Saumure

Posted on:
December 14, 2017

Had the pleasure of meeting Robin at OC hockey on Tuesdays and Thursdays. When I broke my ankle he showed up out of the blue on an ensuing Tuesday and told me I was coming to watch the guys play hockey and we were going for lunch. I appreciated that and I don't think he ever realized how much. We went to hockey games and out for drinks many times and had some adventures or misadventures along the way. I also played hockey with him in Carp and those who know me know that I'm not a superstar by any means but when Robin was given the task of picking MVP during the game he handed me the jersey. I'll always remember paying him $5 for sharpening my skates and drinking $8 worth of his beer... Trish, I am thinking of you and the kids and saying a prayer for Robin who will be looking down with a smile and making lots of friends wherever he is now

Posted by:
Sharon

Posted on:
December 14, 2017

My condolences to you and your family. There are no words to express your loss. May he Rest In Peace .

Posted by:
Adam Hacker

Posted on:
December 13, 2017

We are so saddened and sorry at the loss of Robin. He was a great friend who was always there if you needed him. I will always remember his funny stories and the countless hours we spent looking at hockey equipment on EBay and the laughs we had. He was a great guy. Cindy and I will never forget him. Adam and Cindy Hacker

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