Adam Paul Robinson, 30, passed away unexpectedly Aug. 8, 2018. He was born in Ellsworth Nov. 25, 1987, the son of Angela Louise (Campbell) and Aaron Robinson.
In his grammar school days he played basketball and baseball, and continued playing basketball through high school. After graduating from Sumner High School in 2006, he continued as a self-employed lobster fisherman, and later captained his own boat, Chasin’ Tail. He also worked clamming, tending divers at the lobster pound and picking periwinkles. He was a man who loved the outdoors and his family. He enjoyed hunting, ice fishing or just a ride on his wheeler with his beloved dog “Duke Man,” who was always at his side. He loved his small community in which he lived his whole life. He made lifelong friends, who he enjoyed gaming with, and watching his favorite teams, the Boston Celtics and New England Patriots. He also enjoyed watching movies and cooking.
He is survived by and will be greatly missed by his mother, Angela Robinson Underwood, of Florida; his father, Aaron Robinson, and his wife, Tracy, of Steuben; two sisters Ashley Robinson of Steuben and Alicia Robinson and her partner Barrett Lunt of Franklin; a special nephew Bentley; maternal grandparents Sharon McKenney and Paul Campbell; paternal grandmother Lottie Burgess; many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends, to include special friend David Thomas, “DT.”
He was predeceased by a special aunt Joy Look, “Little PA” Paul Robinson and “BIG PA” Arnold McKenney, and his maternal great-grandparents Ivis and Walter Campbell.
A celebration of his life was held 5 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018, at the Bingo Hall, Route 1, Steuben.
“When you’re at your next party, and your glass is empty, get a refill, and drink one for me!”
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