Charles Robbins '93
January 12, 2017 3:46 PM
updated: January 12, 2017 3:49 PM
Coral Springs Funeral Home obituary
1420 N. University Drive
Coral Springs, FL 33071
Telephone: (954) 255-8411
Fax Line: (954) 255-8447
1965 - 2016
Charles John Robbins, Born June 11th, 1965 entered into Eternal Rest on November 22nd, 2016. Born in Port Chester, NY to John and Josephine Robbins, Charles grew up in New Rochelle- The youngest of five children- with three brothers and one sister. He earned
his Masters Degree after beginning his college career with Manhattan College, finishing up at Texas A&M.
In 1995 Charles met Ginny, his future wife, and they were married in 1997. Charles continued his career in Engineering, always an innovator with a way to find a solution to any Concept, and used his career to become a Provider for his family. In the last four
years he started his own business C2SEngineering.
With the arrival of his daughter Valerie, Charles graciously fell into the life of a Family Man. He loved all the time he spent playing softball with his daughter, going so far as to coach her team. He was the biggest hugger, he danced in the living room, sang
tunelessly along with the radio (unfortunately tone deaf- though it never bothered him) and he faced every day with a Bright Smile and a Happy Disposition. Despite how grown he and the rest of his family are, he still loved to visit Disney World, in particular
Charles was a kind soul; his two dogs Chichi and Bella are a testament to his love of animals. He was a Football fan, always rooting for the Giants. He Golfed whenever he had the chance, and wherever he had the chance- be it in Florida or in New York. No matter
what he would talk smack, as he was competitive with sports.
Charles is survived by his Beloved Wife Ginny Robbins and his Daughter Valerie Robbins. Friends may come to call at Coral Springs Funeral Home on Wednesday November 30th from 2-4pm, and again from 5-8pm with a Memorial Service to begin at 7:30pm.
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