May 18, 1938 - May 08, 2020
Agnes (Robbie) Martin, age 81 passed away on May 8, due to complications from dementia.
She was born May 18, 1938 in St. John’s, NL to Jack and Kay Robson. In 1960, she married her best friend and forever love James Joseph Martin.
Robbie loved people. She lived a wonderful and happy life finding the good in everyone she met. She adored her two girls and embraced every moment she had with them. She loved her role as Grandma and was never happier than having her two granddaughters close.
Her personality was such that she made friends everywhere she went. But Jim was her soul mate and together they shared 59 years of love and adventures.
Until 3 years ago, she was still spending her winters in Florida, golfing, swimming and spending good times with friends. She faced her illness with such grace and courage, we should all be so brave.
Robbie is survived by her adored husband Jim, daughters Karen (Dave) and Jody (Chris), two granddaughters Katie (Matthew) and Laura. She is also survived by her sister, Carmel.
A private celebration of life will be held for Robbie. Our family’ s heartfelt thanks to the 5th floor staff of the Forest Hills Nursing Home in Ottawa for their warmth and compassion.
“I’ll give you a daisy a day dear
I’ll give you a daisy a day
I’ll love you until the river runs still
And the four winds we know blow away.”
Oh Karen and Dave… what a huge loss to lose your mother…. sending our warmest thoughts and prayers in this difficult time.
With Deepest Sympathy
Nicki (Monica) and Robin
Jim and family
Please accept our sincere condolences on the passing of Robbie. She was a lovely lady and we have fond memories of the times we spent together in Florida. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Janet and Bill Hudson
Aggie – I remember all the wonderful times we had as kids, all the beautiful talks we had over the years, and the constant being there for each other. You were my one and only sister, and “sisters are forever!” Aggie – now that you are in Heaven, give my only son and your nephew, Brad, a big hug for me. Brad and you are together again! Rest in peace my dearest sister. I will always love you.
Robbie – I will miss the great conversations and get togethers we had when you visited Calgary. Rest in peace in Heaven. Jim, Karen and families – my deepest sympathy for your loss – Robbie was such a special person.
Jim and family,
Got the sad news from Mary that dear, sweet, loving , and good friend, Robbie, had passed away…please accept our condolences. Lola and Oli Egilsson
Uncle Jim,Karen,Jodi,Dave,Chris,Katie,Laura & Carmel,
Sincere condolences on the passing of Aggie(Robbie).Although I have not seen you all for many years I have many fond memories of years ago,My heart breaks for your loss,it is huge ,but know now she is in the arms of the angels.Sending love and warm hugs to you all!
Love Joanie(woo) and Frazer
Karen, my warmest thoughts and prayers go out to you, Your Dad and Jody. I remember your Mom well as our days on Birch Street growing up were so much more fun with your Mom. She was a sweet lady always with a smile and a cookie for me when I knocked on your door so we could play. A heart of gold and always so very kind. God speed Mrs. Martin – I will remember you with love and lots of beautiful memories. Rest In Peace. 🎈😘❤️🌷
Jim Karen & Jody
So sorry to hear the sad news of Robbie’s passing. Her pictures is beautiful as is the obituary. We will be thinking of you all during this difficult time. Looking forward to seeing you when you come to St John’s
Hugs Pat Kay Tony Melanie Josh & Lauren
Jim and family,sorry to hear of Robbis’s passing,we have many fond memories of your days at Badger Lake.
Uncle Jim, Karen, Jody and all family members, we so sad to hear of your loss. Every time I think of Aunt Aggie, it brings back memories and great times in GF-W, Terra Nova and Notre Dame Park. God just got another ANGEL.
May she rest in peace.
Jim & Family,
So sorry to learn of Robbie’s passing. She was the most genuine friend anyone could ever ask to have….always smiling and seeing the best in everyone. We will always cherish the times we’ve shared over the years in Grand Falls, Badger Lake and Zephyrhills. We send our sincerest condolences to all of you.
Rose & Eric
Robbie was a very special person – kind, caring and loving. She made friends with everyone she met. I remember the first time that we met – she was so warm and welcoming to me even though I was a Come From Away. She loved her family and friends to the end. Rest in Peace Dear Robbie – you will truly be missed and loved always.
Mom – you were a wonderful mother and a beautiful friend. Your ease of making friends, your patience, your beautiful disposition, and your overwhelming love of family made you the most special Mom in the world. I love you Mom from the bottom of my heart. You will always be “this little brownie light of mine”.
So sorry to hear of Robbies passing. She loved life to the fullest and put a smile on anyone’s face that she may have crossed paths with. We have so many fond memories spending time with her during the summer when we would make our yearly visit to the cabin in Badger. Thinking of you all during this difficult time, lots of love sent your way from Frank, Rodney and Sherry Oliver (seaman)
To Uncle Jim, Karen,Jody, & their families & Robbie’s sister Carmel
Our sincere condolences to you , thoughts & prayers are with you at this very difficult time, hugs to all.
So sorry for your loss she was a wonderful lady and loved by all. We will keep you in our thoughts and hearts as you go through this sad time.
Love always Betty and Derm
Dear Karen & Dave, I am very sorry to hear about your Mom’s passing. She was everything the obituary said as finding the good in everyone was definitely her. She always made me feel good whenever I had the opportunity to meet her and even got to know her better the time they were here in Calgary for a few weeeks. Heaven has added an Angel; your Mom was such a kind person. God bless you and your family and watch over you during this most difficult time.