In Memory

Robert Hawkins

Robert Hawkins

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11/06/17 05:00 AM #3    

Jay Bright

Hawk was full of life and wit. His divine insanity in some way that touched many of us and gave us smiles.

11/06/17 06:53 AM #4    

Alan Hoskins

I agree with all that's been said.  He and I probably annoyed a lot of people trying to sing harmony in the hallways.

11/06/17 08:20 AM #5    

Charlotte Bentley (Schlittler)





11/06/17 08:26 AM #6    

Tommy Beason

So sad!  Robert was always outgoing and friendly.  He will be missed!

11/06/17 09:10 AM #7    

Pat Johnson (Six)

Robert was always so sweet and funny!  His kindness brought joy to my heart. So sad to loose him.


11/06/17 02:13 PM #8    

Sandy Sandlin (Wynn)

I am so very sad that Robert Hawkins has passed away. Robert was truly one of my favorite friends from age 14 or 15 through high school. We were both in the same groups at First Baptist Church Huntsville.  He was a great guy.... so much fun. He will forever be in my heart. 

11/07/17 08:01 AM #9    

Charles Gattis

We’re still trying to get more information for the notice about Robert and will post it if and when we find out anything. All we know is that he was living near Nashville. I attended Elementary school with Robert in Clarksville, TN and then found him in Huntsville when I moved back in 1961. Everyone has described him well. At the reunions, he was still the same guy—smiling, kidding round, and basically making everyone happy. 

11/09/17 02:54 PM #10    

Karen Beyerle (Binkoski)

So hard to believe my ole' next-doors neighbor is gone.
How vivacious and smiling he was at the reunion. I do hope we get more information. He appeared so well.
I am very sorry to hear of losing him.

11/09/17 02:57 PM #11    

Karen Beyerle (Binkoski)

I believe he had retired from the insurance company bearing his name and that he was a founder of Leadership Nashville.

11/10/17 07:00 AM #12    

Charles Gattis

I talked with a friend in Nashville the other day, who had known Robert for the past several years through a civic club—once the Exchange Club, but lately renamed the Economics Club. Robert had been president of the club in the late 80’s and seldom missed until the last couple of years. His health had deteriorated during that time and he was living with one of his sons in an apartment in Nashville when he died. 

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