Robert Thomas Lee
It is with profound sadness to announce the passing of Robbie Lee.
Robbie was born in Timberlea on March 19, 1962, passing at home in Glen Haven with his wife Janice by his side. Robbie left this world on July 20 2021. Robbie is predeceased by his niece, Nikki Lee and his first love Michelle Swaysland. Robbie is survived by his last love, Janice Lee ( nee Creelman ); brothers, Randy ( Helena ), Pomquet; Ronnie ( Cathy ), Timberlea. Robbie is also survived by daughters, Casandra and Melissa; step children, Matthew, Jessica and Jane; son, David; grandchildren, Timothy, Cole, Hailyn, Hannah, Halle, Haleah Joseph and Anaiah. Lots of nieces and nephews.
Robbie had a long career as a welder, he really enjoyed his time working at the shipyard. When he was unable to work as a welder anymore a friend told him to go and do what he loves to do. Robbie chose to go to school and become a truck driver. To all that know Robbie, knows his love of anything with a motor. Robbie loved all aspects of driving the 18 wheelers from out on the highway or the challenge of fitting the truck into tight spots. Robbie loved his time working at Cargolink and with North East Truck and Trailer. Robbie made life long friends here.
Robbie and Janice packed so much fun, love and laughter into the 3.5 years of being together. Their motto was to have fun everyday, and boy they did! From driving the lawn tractors up and down the lane, sitting on the deck listening to the country classics to just being together.
Loving each other always. Robbie had a great love for Nascar, number 4, Kevin Harvick being his favorite driver. Janice always by his side cheering on Harvick.
Robbie always said that he loved his life, he has so many life long friends. Really too many to mention. If Robbie was your friend there was no need to look behind you, he had your back. Robbie was always up for having a great time, especially if his friends were near.
Robbie had a great love for his Mother in Law, Isobel Creelman and her for him. Isobel loved him and loved how much he loved her daughter.
There will be a grave side service at William Back Memorial Cemetery in Glen Margaret on Wednesday July 28th at 11 AM. Minister Wayne Smith officiating. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Bide a While Animal Shelter or a charity of your choice.