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sam sam from box wiltshire wrote on August 6, 2008 at 4:21 pm:
I wish i could of been around to say good bye and pay my respects to you rob.
I felt terrible as i heard the news randomly. I couldn't believe it was you who had made such a huge mistake.
It's been over two years since i found out, and i will allways remember your face and your troubles as they were.
I thought you were a hell of a lot stronger than me and had a lot more answers. I'll never forget your kindness and support when i was feeling down and out, you encouraged my creativity and diddn't judge. Thankyou so much, x
Gumby Gumby from Bath wrote on May 18, 2008 at 5:45 pm:
Never found this site before, I'm really glad its here.
I still think about the man, I'll just be getting on with my day doing something mundane and ordinary and he'll pop into my head.

I still miss you dude, we all do.
Jamie Jamie from The World wrote on September 24, 2006 at 3:58 pm:
i need you to be the strength of widows and soul survivors
i need you to be as fearless as new mothers and new fathers
i need you to be the hope of hearts who lost true love
i need you to be the might of their first kiss
i need a purpose and i need a reason
i need to know that there is trophy and meaning
to all that we lose and all we fight for
to all our loves and our wars
keep breathing
keep living
keep searching
keep pushing on
keep bleeding
keep healing
keep fading
keep shining on

Converge/Jacob Bannon
Gen Gen from Bath wrote on September 13, 2006 at 7:41 pm:
How quickly time goes by, I can remember Robbs birthday last year as if it were last week. All my thoughts and love go out to Robbs nearest and dearest today. I miss you loads Robb xx
shannon shannon from bath wrote on April 21, 2006 at 12:43 pm:
my god, six months have gone already, its so hard to believe, that summer is nearly here again yet robb isn't, thankfully we got to hang out a lot last summer and for that i will also be grateful. But it doesnt make any of it easier, that boy was such a mixed bag, i was never sure where i stood with him but thanks to rachel i found out recently that i meant a lot to him which makes some of the hurt, that he never found out the same from me a little easier to bear. but anyway just like everyone one else he touched is always in my heart and thoughts, and im just glad even in my hectic life far from those i love i was able to remember this day and rejoice a little in all the stupid and funny things he did and said, and to say he will always be missed. xx
Gen Gen from Bath wrote on April 4, 2006 at 3:33 pm:
You've been in my thoughts alot lately Robb, there are so many things I wish I could talk to you about and so many things i'd love to share with you right now. I think about you loads and often have a little chat to you, I like to think your still close by so you can hear me.

Much Love, Gen
Jamie Jamie from Bath wrote on March 1, 2006 at 8:34 pm:
Here's something many people might not know: Robb loved pancake day. Not in any religious, or traditional way, he just loved to make (and eat) pancakes.

Also, sorry about the state of this page (adverts n that), I'm working on a new site with no ads, and a bit less black. x
Pete Pete from Bath wrote on November 29, 2005 at 8:29 pm:
Just to say myself and everyone else are still missing you mate. Seems like everytime i meet someone who knew you i hear all these memories. I stil have happy thoughts of playing with the Fear and all those days back at Bath College. Again my thoughts are with Jay, Debs, Paul, Chris and your family.
Andy Andy from Bath wrote on November 21, 2005 at 4:15 pm:
Dear Robb,

1 month on and words cannot describe how much i still miss you.
I make time each day to think about you and remember the amazing times that i have been priviliged to share with you.

You will be in my heart and in my mind for a long long time.

I miss you loads buddy.

all my love to Pam, Ian, J and Debs

Andy xxx
Dave Dave from Scarborough / Nottingham wrote on November 17, 2005 at 2:52 pm:
I miss you so much Robb,we went through so much together growing up.I will never forget what such an amazing friend you were to me.My love to Jamie,Pam and Ian xx
dan dan from - wrote on November 15, 2005 at 9:01 am:
Jamie, very sorry about your brother.
Take care mate.
Gen Gen from Bath wrote on November 10, 2005 at 12:23 pm:
Hey Robb,
Sorry you never got to come round to my house and eat cheese in my new kitchen. I miss you more than you'd think.

All my love
Gen xxXxx
nik walker nik walker from bath wrote on November 6, 2005 at 2:18 pm:
robb, you rock! i still miss u like crazy mate! hope i didn't screw up the song too bad! i know there are many more being written as we speak and ****loads more to come! thanks for everything ever! i love u you and i miss you! xxx
Rich Hardy Rich Hardy from - wrote on October 31, 2005 at 12:48 pm:
I was so shocked and saddened to hear the news, I'll never forget Robb as being a good friend, such fun to be around and also a real inspiration to me as a drummer and musician. I will always have fond memories especially of the tour we did together a few years back.

My thoughts go out to Jamie, his Mum & Dad and the rest of his family, he will be missed but not forgotten
jamie allan jamie allan from bath wrote on October 28, 2005 at 9:07 pm:
Hi Jamie, this is yor old friend from bath college(ND music tec) jamie allan. I just heard the terrible news about robb. He was always great fun to be around and he made some great music. My thoughts are with you and your familly. x