In Memory

Ken Robison

Ken Robison

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02/26/09 08:15 AM #1    

Jay Wigger

A good friend that I've known through Lincoln Elementary School,Ridgeview, and Napa High. I remember all the good times we had growing up. Playing the Clarinet, I would sometimes do recitals. I could always count on Ken to accompany me on piano. I remember hearing him play piano in the 5th grade at Lincoln School. Man was he good! Such a great talent taken too soon.

04/13/09 08:01 PM #2    

Chrys Garello (Brown)

I had so much fun w/Ken in our musical productions. He was a prankster and was always up to something! He drove Mr. Cottle nuts! A sad loss - he was very special!

06/29/09 04:21 PM #3    

Marquita Ramirez (Marquis)

I didn't know of Ken's passing until I saw this website. It's such a shock and really sad. I remember Ken from Shearer school when we would quietly play the game Password at the back of the class (where the "good" kids were placed,ha, ha). He was such fun and so very talented. A loss for all of us.

07/23/09 11:36 AM #4    

Marcia A. Johnson (Lopez)

Dear Ken,
We were the best Albert/Rosie team Napa ever saw!
Oh the fun we had doing Birdie with Cottle and Crane..
It seems like just a blink ago. There will be many remembering you this year at the reunion..
Miss you everyday...

09/02/09 01:09 PM #5    

Julie A. Black (Johnston)

I will always miss Ken. Our senior year, it was Julie, Brad, and Ken. Even in college, we were a trio. He was such an inspiration to me and encouraged me in all that I did. It was Brad and Ken that motivated me to try out for accapella choir, be in plays, sing solos, and just come out of my shell. I will be forever indepted to both of them. Ken was so talented, good looking, and vivacious. He is sadly missed!

04/06/10 01:21 PM #6    

Michael C. Barron

It was Ken I was looking for when I found this alumni site. I wanted to tell him something I've thought all the years since our time together. I now know why Cottle had me do Conrad and I appreciate his insights as an educator but Ken was the guy with remarkable talent and character; Cottle knew it I knew it, we all knew it. I am sorry I missed sharing that with him.

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