Submitted by the family

Howard "Bud" Robinson, beloved husband of 61 years to his wife, Gail, passed away peacefully in Orlando, FL., on June 15, 2023. Born in Lowell, Massachusetts, on Oct. 2, 1933, to Nathaniel Robinson and Tillie (Gordon) Robinson, who emigrated from Russia. He attended Penn State and subsequently began a career in retail management. Ever upwardly mobile, Howard ultimately transferred to Florida where he was introduced to Gail and the couple married shortly thereafter. A talented athlete, Howard was a tennis enthusiast and had the family all playing from an early age. He passed along his love for music, piano, education and reading.

A practical man of the times, he worked with his hands at home both inside and out; a gift of self-reliance, curiosity, and perseverance given to his children. As an accomplished leader and businessman, Howard left the retail world and became the owner of his own firm centered on mergers and acquisitions, earning a great reputation for his business ethics, knowledge, and ability to bring opportunities to a successful conclusion.

He ran his business for over 30 years until his retirement. A quiet and approachable man, he is remembered for his kind heart, gentle manner, and steadfast loyalty to his wife, family, and friends. He will forever be remembered, loved and missed.

Howard is survived by his wife Gail (Rubin) Robinson; son, Ian (Jean-Marie Grono) Robinson; daughter, Tamie (Lee) Bressler; grandchildren - Jacob, Jonah, Nicole, Katie, Rachel (Ryan), and Adam; and nieces and nephews.

Graveside Services for Bud were held at Woodlawn Memorial Park, CRJ Cemetery, 9302 Morton Jones Road, Gotha, Florida 34734. Rabbi Steven Engel of Congregation of Reform Judaism will be officiating.

May he rest in peace and may his memory always be a blessing.

Family request contributions may be made to Congregation of Reform Judaism. No flowers please.

Service entrusted to Beth Shalom Memorial Chapel, 933 Lee Road, Suite 101, Orlando, Florida 407-599-1180.


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