Robert M. Robinson, 62, plumber, horseman, archer

May 18, 2006

Robert Mark Robinson, a Chestertown plumber, died of lung cancer May 11 at his Tolchester home. He was 62.

Mr. Robinson was born in Baltimore and raised on Glenoak Avenue in Hamilton. After graduating from Polytechnic Institute in 1963, he became an apprentice plumber.

He was a plumber at Gilman School and Johns Hopkins Hospital before moving to Chestertown in 1998 and taking a job with Life Science Inc., manufacturer of disposable rubber gloves used in the medical profession.

Mr. Robinson enjoyed raising horses at his Tolchester home and participated in competitive archery. He was a member of the National Field Archery Association.

He was a member of American Legion Post No. 228 in Rock Hall.

He is survived by a nephew and two nieces.

Services were Tuesday.

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