Erik J. Robinson

July 31, 1972 - March 23, 2020

Age 47, of Warsaw, passed away on March 23, 2020 at home.

He was born July 31, 1972 in Warsaw, NY son of William James “Jim” Robinson of Warsaw and the late Sheila Webster Robinson. Erik was employed for many years at the Upstate Door Company in Warsaw and Castile. His passions were music and sports. Erik was a talented guitar player who loved playing blues and rock and roll. He was an excellent golfer and enjoyed following the Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Sabres. Erik had a special way with children. They were drawn to him because of his kind and playful nature. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

Surviving along with his father are his wife of nearly thirteen years, Carolynn Schmitt Robinson, whom he married on May 27, 2007; his sister, Jennifer (Tim) McGinnis of Warsaw; his brother, Christopher Robinson of Warsaw; his niece, Paulina Prusak of Attica; his stepchildren, James (Renee) Vattimo of Michigan, Gina (Jarrod) James of Nunda; his step grandchildren; many aunts, uncles and cousins. He was the uncle of the late Madison Prusak.

There are no calling hours. His life will be celebrated at a future date.

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Apr 23.20 from Deborah Gillen:

I have not stopped thinking about this very sad loss of a young life.  I am so sorry and the entire Gillen family is keeping all of you in prayer. May God’s healing grace be upon you all.

Apr 7.20 from Kathryn Craigmile:

Dear Jim and Family.  We were so sorry to hear of your loss.  Our thoughts are with you.  kathy craigmile & Gino Casseri

Apr 2.20 from Leah Wolcott (Mencell):

To all of the Robinson family,
I was so sad to hear of Erik’s passing. He spent a lot of time at my house along with all of the other Grove Street kids. They certainly kept me on my toes..
His laugh was one of a kind and truly contagious!
My heart goes out to all of you. God bless Erik and the whole family.
Leah Mencell (wolcott)

Apr 2.20 from Deanna Taylor:

Jim and family,
I am so sorry for your loss, please know my thoughts and prayers are with you.  Deanna

Mar 30.20 from Nate Coogan:

My condolences to Erik’s family.  Way to young to pass.  I worked with him at Upstate Door - he was a good person.
So sorry.

Mar 29.20 from Mark Pickard:

I am so sorry to hear of Erik’s passing!  He was a student of mine many years ago.  I enjoyed playing golf with him up at the Arrowwood Golf Course in Warsaw.  He was polite, personable, and knew his golf game. He will be deeply missed.  Take care Robinson Family!!!

Mar 28.20 from Joseph L. Coveny:

My heartfelt condolences to you and your family in this very difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. God hold you in His arms.

Mar 28.20 from Kevin and Mandy Muldowney :

We are so sorry for your loss. We will always treasure the times we shared with Erik. Know that you were not alone and your family is here for you.
Love, Kevin and Mandy

Mar 28.20 from Brian Brown:

Jim,I am truly sorry for your loss. I can still remember the first time that you introduced Erik,as a boy,to me and he grew into a wonderful man.Take care and know that we think of you and your family often. Take care.

Mar 27.20 from Brian Cox:

Erik was a good friend of mine at Upstate Door.I always enjoyed talking to him about music and other things.I will miss him.

Mar 27.20 from Carol Gburek:

I am so sorry for your loss. Take comfort in your family and friends. I wish you comfort and peace.
Love and hugs.

Mar 27.20 from Karen and Tim Stothers:

Jim, So sorry to hear of your lost. We remember Erik when he was a little boy,and how much he loved playing baseball. Not to mention just how good he was. Our thoughts are with you and your family. God Bless and Keep All of You. Karen and Tim Stothers

Mar 26.20 from Wilma, Michele and Joe Colombo:

Erik was a very special person to us and my late husband/father David, we thought a lot of him and loved him. He will always be in our thoughts and we are gonna miss him.

Prayers and Love
Wilma, Michele and Joe Colombo