Robin 'Albert' Hutchings (28 Dec 1942 - 16 Sep 2019)

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Location
Poole Crematorium Gravel Hill Broadstone BH17 9BQ
Date
27th Sep 2019
Time
10am
Funeral Director
Nicholas O’Hara Funeral Directors Ltd, Wimborne

In loving memory of Robin 'Albert' Hutchings who sadly passed away on 16th September 2019

Robin was an exceptional son, brother, dad, uncle, grandad and great-grandad.

He was from humble beginnings at No 3 Pardys Hill, Corfe Mullen with his mum Jessie, dad Arthur, 4 brother's George, Bill, Bob and Brian and young sister Yvonne. All the Hutchings children attended Lockyers School as did many of the generations to follow. His schooling and tertiary education as an apprentice electrician would lead him to become a very successful Electrical and Instrumentation Engineer which took him all over the world. It also enabled him to achieve one of his life's ambitions of designing and building his and our beloved four-bedroom home "Two R's" in Sleight Lane, Corfe Mullen.

Corfe Mullen was a very close-knit community where everyone would smile and exchange greetings while asking how each other's families were keeping and if necessary, volunteering to assist if help was required. The close-knit community spirit of the village was instilled in the Hutchings family, all of whom would do anything to help someone out. This willingness to assist was highlighted in the years before his passing by the amount of love, time and effort dad put into assisting one of his 3 sons, Garry and his family while Garry bravely fought Leukemia while at the same time, also assisting his daughter's youngest daughter Freya as she also battled Leukemia. Dad put life on hold to ensure that the family as a whole; sons Tony, Garry, Dean and sister, Nathalie and stepson Shawn and all their families were supported and loved in times of great turmoil, stress and heartache. Garry, unfortunately, passed away 3 years ago but brave Freya is now 3 years in remission and going strong. During this time he still found time to regularly help his neighbours, including Chrissie who is the grand old age of 99.

In life, dad was hardworking, determined, a champion of the people, gracious, polite and fun-loving. He was also a true modern-day explorer whether for work or on one of his 3 Harley-Davidson motorcycles and has visited over 40 countries in his lifetime.

Our family managed to spend quality time with dad in the months and weeks before he went into Forest Holme Hospice and have many more fond memories to hold dear to our hearts than those we have of his 76 years spent with us.

Robin Hutchings; brother, dad, uncle, grandad, great-grandad, friend, traveller and biker will be greatly missed, fondly remembered and always in the hearts of those who knew him.

Love eternally,

Tony & Miriam, Donna, Dean & Monika, Nathalie & Neil, Shawn & Emma and families

Maralyn Dare donated in memory of Robin

Friend, neighbour and fellow New Forest HOG member......we will miss you and toast your memory at the rally this weekend Robin. Lynny and Neil.

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Pat Hutchings donated in memory of Robin

Rest in peace Robin from Pat and family

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Fiona Hutchings donated £30 in memory of Robin

You are going to be missed greatly by all of us, keep having your adventures on your iron horse. Love from Fiona,Dave and Velda x

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John( Brian) Yates wrote

Had some great times with my cousin Robin over the years. Always of late called in to see myself and Jackie in Totton on the Harley. RIP Cuz a special human being xx

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Andrew Harris donated £10 in memory of Robin

Love and hugs to all involved.

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Garry Johnston donated £25 in memory of Robin

RIP Robin

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karen Holloway donated £10 in memory of Robin

A donation from Sylvia,Jenny,Ray and John

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