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William E. “Bill” Robinson III

March 8, 1970 - July 1, 2022

William E. Robinson III, affectionately known as Bill, passed away peacefully on Friday, July 1, 2022.

Born on March 8, 1970, he was a son of the late William E. and Judith K. (McDowell) Robinson. Bill made his career as a toll booth operator for the State of Delaware.

He was an avid Baltimore Orioles and Dallas Cowboys fan. Bill enjoyed playing poker and bowling, where he was in a competitive league for many years.

Bill is survived by his brother, Timothy Robinson; close friends, Frank and Ella Humphries; and many aunts, cousins and friends.

A visitation for family and friends will be held from 9 am until 10 am on Saturday, July 9, 2022 at Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 275 East Main Street, Middletown, DE, where a funeral service will begin at 10 am. Interment will follow in Forest Cemetery, 2025 Cedar Lane Road, Middletown, DE.

In Bill’s memory, guests are encouraged to wear the colors of the Baltimore Orioles or Dallas Cowboys.

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23 Condolences for William E. “Bill” Robinson III

  • I will miss you like crazy 🤪. You are still my best friend 💓

  • My Condolences to Bills family.

  • Love and miss you Bill.

  • I meet Bill when we worked at DP and we have been friends for about 10 years. He was always making people laugh . Bill is one of a kind and I will miss him. RIP Buddy love you Sue

  • Fly high with mommom aunt judy uncle frank and uncle larry. We love you.

  • Bill I will miss you. I still love you always will and will never forget the memories we shared. I remember my first orioles game with you we were on third level and because of my fear of heights went in full panic attack crying and you were next to me to let me cry on you and cover my eyes. And because of my fear of heights they moved us to first level in best seats of the house for seats that cost more then we paid for. You are the nicest guy I ever met and best relationship I ever had. I’m sorry our relationship ended the way it did but glad you believed me when I told you I didn’t leave you because of you it was me and was able to remain friends afterwards. You made me a better person and I thank you for that. You taught me how to save when it comes to shopping. I’m now a manager at your favorite dollar store. I was there with you in that room when mom died to support you and I even cried even though I didn’t know her except what you told me about her. But I’m happy you get to see your mom again. Because I know how much you loved her and how much she meant to you. You were the only one in your family that took care of her till her passing. I truly respect you for that. I’m sorry I couldn’t visit you in hospital work got in way of that. Even though you had no experience with dealing with my schizophrenia or bipolar and add you still dealt with it. I have no regrets meeting you at all. Say hi to mom for me. I love you bill or as we’d say baaaaaaabbbbbbeeee. Go bowl with god and his angels and party with the angels I love you always love Drew

  • Bill,
    We may have only known one another 3 years, but them 3 years with you were the best. I’m greatful you came into my life. You will forever be with me!

  • My Condolences And Prayers To The Family Bill I Miss You And Love You Forever You Will Always Be In My Heart You Was The Best Best Friend To Everyone Gone But Not FORGOTTEN 💙💙

  • Uncle Billy you earned your wings to soar to Heaven. Rest In Peace with your family.

  • Even though we didn’t see eye to eye u were always my big brother that I loved and appreciated I will miss u and will always love u bro

  • You will always be my big brother no matter what. I thank God that you are in my life everyday.. There will be no one like you. You have a heart of gold. You will always be in my heart and my angel.. I love and miss you so much… Until we meet again brother💗

  • Sending condolences to Uncle Billy ‘s family . I surprised you when I visited you a couple weeks ago. I know you where probably hurting but always managed to say something funny .will miss you RIP my friend 😢😢

  • Bill I will miss you at bingo on Thursday nights say hello to your mom for me. Hugs is kisses Sandy.

  • To my loving, crazy buddie that ALWAYS made me smile . Life will never be the same without you but I will keep you in my heart forever .

  • Bill I will always miss u u were my good friend I will always wear my duane bracelet u made for me may u fly high with the angels rest peacefully in heaven love mary addair

  • With Deepest Sympathy

  • My best friend. My heart. I love you and miss you so much. You fought hard all the way to the end. I’m so sad you had to go but I know you are at peace with Mom Judy and Grandma. Amaya and I love you. Rest in Paradise.

  • So sorry to hear of Bills passing! I knew him from back when he used to work at Royal Farms and we caught back up when I moved to Townsend and he would go to Bingo or I would see him around town! RIP my friend

  • Billy was the best uncle you could ask for, he always put a smile on everyone’s face. We will all miss him down here but now he’s with his mom and his uncle Larry who he loved so much, I know he’s going to be happy up in heaven❤️

  • You’ll be missed…

  • What’s there left to say about Bill that hasn’t already been said…he was a character to sooo many people and impacted their lives in soooo many ways. The world, my world, has definitely felt the LOSS of his presence. I’m used to hearing his voice every night coming home from work asking me how my day went as I asked about his. Now I just hear silence. I catch myself talking to myself realizing what I’m doing. Then I stop, smile and say “Thanks for Listening, Bill” 😭

    To all his family and friends, my condolences to you all! May you find peace and comfort in the days, weeks, and years to come ❤️

    Bill, may you Rest in Forever Paradise….I will always love you, til we meet again

  • I will surely miss the snappy quick wit of my buddy Bill. He’ll live on forever in my heart. Sharing his transition to the other side earned him 1st place as the bravest man I know.

  • My thoughts and prayers are for God’s Peace and comfort in this time of loss and sorrow. Bill you will be greatly missed!