Richard L. Robinson Sr, 88, of Belfast passed away peacefully at home September 20, 2022, with his daughter by his side. He was born at home September 14, 1934, to Dexter A. Robinson & Vivian I. Gross-Robinson. Besides living in Belfast most of his life, he also lived in Bath and Portland, Maine, as well as Groton, Connecticut.
Through the years he worked at many factories including shoe, Maplewood, Penobscot Poultry and Mathews Brothers. In his younger days while living in Connecticut, he worked at the Shipyard painting the inside of boats.
Richard loved fishing, camping, NASCAR, John Wayne movies, and spending time with family and friends. He had a huge collection of Eagle stuff.
In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by, his wife Charlotte Clark-Robinson, whom he married July 19, 1975, two brothers, Dexter and Frank Robinson, as well as two sisters, Nancy Robinson Blackwell and Viola Robinson Thompson, and a step-son James E. Clark.
Surviving are a son Richard L. Robinson Jr. and partner Cindy Seekins, daughter Leiellia M. Littlefield and husband Robert A. Roberts, all of Belfast, step-daughter-in-law Marcia Clark of Cushing, a brother, Victor Robinson of Oregon, two sisters, Barbara Robinson Wallace of Brewer, and Cathy (Peter) Robinson of Oklahoma. Grandchildren Joshua Gross, Cyrella & Doug (Gross) Noble, Jon Littlefield, and Susan & Michael (Littlefield) Higgins, Stephanie & Craig (Clark) Davis, Brandy & Heather Clark, and James E. Clark, all of Maine. Lots of Great and Great-Great Grandchildren, many nieces, nephews and cousins. Also a special mention to his friends at the Birches where he lived for the past 13 years, and special friend William Daggett.
Services for Family & Friends will take place at 1 PM on Saturday, October 15th 2022, at Beacon of Hope Church on Patterson Hill Road in Belfast with Pastor Laurie Hall officiating, refreshments to follow. A private Graveside Service will be at South Belfast Cemetery.
Donations may be made in Richards’s memory to the American Lung Association at https://www.lung.org/