Mitch Robar Obituary, Death – My stepfather, Mitch Robar, passed away recently, and we are devastated to share the news. His absence will be sorely felt. He shouldn’t have died at such a young age. We have some unsettling news to share with you, and we do it reluctantly and with a heavy heart. We are sorry if this causes any inconvenience for you. Leaving at that time was, to put it mildly, quite inconvenient, but he did it nevertheless. Mitch has spent the rest of his life fighting a debilitating neurological illness called Huntington’s disease.
His entire life has been spent in this conflict. Mitch spent many years calling Windsor Elms home, but he recently transferred to the Villa Saint Joseph so that he could live closer to his family. Mitch was able to devote more time to his loved ones when he was a resident there. The choice to move was motivated by Mitch’s desire to live closer to his family. Mitch’s decision to move was heavily influenced by his wish to be closer to his loved ones, notably his wife and kids.
When Mitch realized this, he thought of Windsor Elms as his permanent residence. While Mitch and his family lived in Massachusetts, they settled in the town of Windsor Elms. Over the month of March, his loved ones gathered to celebrate his 68th birthday and show their appreciation for him. In March, he celebrated his birthday. All the celebrations centered on the month of March because that was when he was born. I hope you’ll accept my deepest condolences as you go through this challenging time in your life.
You, Lindy, and the rest of your family have my deepest sympathies during this difficult time. I’m sorry this is such a difficult time for you. Every day, the best part was when I got to spend time with Mitch and learn more about him. He exemplified the finest that humanity has to offer and should serve as an inspiration to us all. We now have many happy memories of him strumming the guitar and singing along with his favorite tunes. Because of the memories he has given us, the times when he accomplished such things are among our most cherished.