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Tuesday, June 9, 2015


James E. Robbins, of Newfane, formerly of Waterloo, NY, passed away at the Newfane Rehabilitation Center in Newfane, NY on Monday, June 8, 2015 at age 78.

He is predeceased by his parents, Charles E. Robbins and Mildred M. Robbins (nee Parker), a sister, Nola Jean Faynor and Foster son, Anthony R. Kirby. He is survived by his wife of 45 years, Cassandra B. Robbins, and five sons, Christopher E. L. (Patricia) Robbins of Ogdensburg, NY, James E. Robbins of Dallas, TX; Benjamin P. Robbins (fiancé Tyler Jesmer) of Waterloo, NY; James C. (Cyndy) Schmidt of Newfane, NY, and Jerome D. (Frances) Schmidt of Waleska, GA as well as a foster daughter, Kari Lyn Carpenter of Liverpool, NY. He is also survived by many grandchildren and great grandchildren plus 2 nieces and their families.

Jim was born in Glens Falls, NY August 2, 1936 and the family moved to Auburn, NY where he was raised and went to School. He served in the U.S. Military in both the Navy and Air Force for a total of eight years. He moved to Waterloo, NY in 1969, where he resided until January of 2014. Jim was employed by the NYS Dept of Transportation in Waterloo, NY for 25 years, retiring as a sign crew supervisor. After his retirement, he drove school bus for ABCD (Agri-business Child Development) in Geneva, NY for a few years, after which he drove school bus for the Head Start program in Seneca Falls, NY, where he was known as “Mr. Jim” to many of the children he drove to and from the school. He retired from that position in 2012.

A memorial service will b held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints on Aunkst Rd. in Fayette, NY, June 15, from 6 PM – 7PM.

Please visit www.rutland-corwin.com to send the family a condolence.

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