Robison, Martin L.

March 24, 1979 - May 15, 2013

Martin L. Robison, 34, of Addison passed away on May 15, 2013 in Plano. The family will receive friends from Noon to 4:00 P.M., on Sunday, May 19, 2013 at ARIA Memorial Chapel in Dallas.  Arrangements are under the direction of ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home 19310 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas 75252 214-306-6700.

6 replies on “Robison, Martin L.”

H Shiley says:

Martin was one of the kindest people I’ve met since moving to Texas. I always enjoyed an opportunity for a short visit each time I went into the apartment office. My heart goes out to his family and friends- he willed be greatly missed.

Martz Family says:

Martin was the most generous, kindest, soft spoken person I had met in a long time. My son and I would always go up to the office, and Martin would be there. He always said Hello. He and I spoke briefly about how he traveled overseas and was a photographer, and how he used to live in South America. We spoke briefly about some of the things he saw when he was over there. I could tell just from our brief conversation that this man had a huge heart. This world has lost a good man, a good father, and a good husband. I am very sorry for your loss.

Maulik says:

I pray justice is served! This is not right. Martin was more than a manager. He was a friend to everyone! This hurts my heart dearly! Man! This isn’t right at all!!!!

Ash H says:

Martin is a true hero to protect righteousness from evil. He did what Jesus would do in that situation, defend and protect the innocent. I’m grateful for the example he has set and will cherish his friendship.

Rocio Uriguen says:

I am the mother of Martin Robison. My heart is bleeding and will continue bleeding for the loss of my son. Martin was most nobel, lovable, honest, humanitarian, caring, and the list goes on. God did not give me the opportunity to beg him not to take my son with such mission, it was God’s will for my son to give his life saving a young mother’s life. Martin was a soldier from heaven!
My son Martin, thank you for being my son, God thank for lending my son. My dear son, you rest in peace and in the glory of heaven, and the peace of God be among all of us.
Thank you all for your condolences and for loving my son.

Alonso Hoyer says:

Y lo que te falta mujer, sin mover un dedo

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