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Mission Church
Saturday February 29th, 2020

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Nathan Alan Robinson

Nathan Robinson was born in Danvers Massachusetts on September 21, 1982 to Stephen and Maureen Robinson (Robillard).  Nathan was a Machinist at AmTech at the time of his passing.  He was well loved in the industry and had a passion for his work.

 On Sunday February 23, 2020 Nathan Robinson passed away at the age of 37.  Nathan was born September 21, 1982 to Maureen and Stephen Robinson.  Nathan is preceded in death by his father Stephen and grandfather Ralph Robinson.  Nathan is survived by his mother Maureen Robinson, sister Samantha (Brad) Barker and niece Emme West and nephew Emerson West,  Grandparents Jane Robinson and Barbara & Maurice Robillard and a host of aunts, uncles and cousins.


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I dont even know where to begin. Im sure noone in the family knows me but Nathan and Sara were my brother and sister. I just found out 2 days ago as i moved to PA. My name is Lorenzo and I loved them so much. I was in the military and met Nathan working at Busch manufacturing. Stephen and Becca and AA (Alex) were my family and I will miss them so much. We were brothers for 12 years and Stevie loved me like a God father. The history Llewellyn, years of brotherhood and us raising our kids together is something we never let stop even with my family living in Pa. Nate and Sara visited us in January as we all had similar birthdays in January and had a big party.. I will miss you like no other my guy and please tell Stevie Weavie, AA and Becca blue I will always love and miss them and I will forever keep the toy Stevie gave me when I moved on me at all times. Llewellyn Tinsley aka.lorenzo

Lorenzo Oct 27 2020 12:00 AM

I worked with Nate at Amtech - i met him only a few short weeks before he left on the trip (and he was so excited spending time with family on a road trip!). I'm a contractor and Nate was helping me with a CNC machine we were setting up. Nate was gifted - he stepped in when a senior machinist/programmer left that firm - i was amazed at the programming and machining he did - in the background while he was helping me, he was programming and turning out very special parts that will end up in navy ships. I both meet, and employ many people over my long life - i found Nate to be extremely capable and energetic - stood above many others in his age group. He always spoke about this family - his wife, and his love of portsmouth - that was now his home. He did not mind the long daily trip to Yorktown area - for he got to both go and exercise his mind (programming CNC -especially using very expensive/exotic materials is extremely difficult ) and coming home to his welcoming family with great enthusiasm - I know Nate is with his wife and wonderful children right now - They were too good to leave on earth - they were all needed more urgently by our lord, elsewhere - God bless them all - may God keep and hold them.

preston burton Mar 5 2020 12:00 AM

May God bless the entire Family, met Nate at work, shared many stories.He cherished his family ,loved the type of work he did. He will be missed, but we will meet again.May God Bless the entire Robinson family.

Nelson Mcquillan Mar 1 2020 12:00 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Nathan Robinson

Michelle Singleton Feb 29 2020 12:00 AM

Brother Nate. The way you used to call me sister and never actually use my name. The way you used to tell me, Sayed, or the kids I love you guys whenever you got the chance. You were the big brother I never had. I was blessed to have you in my life brother. And I will always love and cherish the time we had together as family.

Susan Kerner Feb 28 2020 12:00 AM

Uncle Nate,
uncle nate was also a second father two me. Everytime I thought about America i would think uncle nate is gonna tell me how tall Ive gotten! And i would just get so excited. I love u uncle nate and i will miss you.

Mysha Uddin Feb 28 2020 12:00 AM

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Friends and Family Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM