1969 - 2020
Robin Mann, passed away in Taber on Friday, May 8, 2020 at the age of 51 years.
As a result of the restrictions regarding COVID-19, and the government’s recommendations, a private burial service was held at the Hill Spring cemetery on Wednesday, May 13, 2020 at 2:00 P.M.
Robin is survived by his five siblings, Tim (Marilee) Campbell of Glenwood, Alison (Ken) Bly of Warner, Lindsay (Troy) Anderson of Taber, Christabel Rebman of Ohio, Joel (Wendy) Campbell of Medicine Hat and by numerous nieces and nephews.
He was predeceased by his parents Walton and Phaedra Campbell and brother-in-law Jose Lopez.
Robin Campbell Mann was born on February 19, 1969 in Port Alberni, British Columbia. He was welcomed into the family of Phaedra and Walton Campbell when he was 10 weeks old and blessed the lives of the Campbell family until his passing on May 8, 2020 at home, surrounded by his siblings. Robin’s legacy lives on in the lives of everyone who had the pleasure of knowing this wonderful soul.
Some of us might sail through life only being known and loved by a handful of people. Maybe by choice. Maybe not. Robin led no ordinary life. His life had great meaning and purpose. Robin was completely unaware of his tremendous influence but the ripple effect of his life will continue into the eternities spreading kindnesss, compassion, understanding and love.
Robin grew up in the beautiful Creston Valley, moving to Taber in his early twenties where he became involved with Taber Special Needs and their employment and residential support program. The family has an enormous amount of gratitude for the many resources that were made available over the years but most of all they express love and appreciation to those who sang to Robin, danced with Robin, joked with Robin, walked with (or chased) Robin and made it their daily goal to see him smile and feel loved and cared for. These people are our heros.
For a more complete story of Robin and his incredible life’s journey an email request may be sent directly to email@example.com. Strangers and friends alike will gain inspiration from his life’s story. Sharing it is both an honor and privilege.