Robbie Elliott

Robbie Elliott

When Robbie was around you could always expect a prank.  It was in his blood; he had inherited his sense of humor from his father.  But he had no better times than when he was with his son Ethan; Robbie was meant to be a dad.  He was born and bred in Riverside (graduate Riverside High School) and loved to do a little travelling; as close as Philly and as far away as Thailand and Hong Kong with lots of pictures when he got back: he was an avid photographer.  Robbie was always up for heading out to get something to eat: Bertuccis, Cheesecake Factory and PJ’s, and if his T.V was on he’d be checking out some Walking Dead or Bob’s Burgers.  He proudly served our nation in the Navy.
He’d meet a pretty girl named Emma;  loved her so much he married her twice (once in Honk Kong for her family and once in the U.S.); he is survived by a son, Ethan; siblings, Dawn (Jim) Cain, and Lisa Elliott; sister in law Kelly (Gary), nieces, Lauren (Kevin) Monte, , Isabella Monte, and Jyoti; nephews; Jeffrey (Kathy) Cain, Kevin Monte Jr and Noah Elliott, many cousins; his mother in law Mrs Lau, his extended family in Hong Kong; his good friend Karen and his dogs, Oreo and Kim Chi.
Family will celebrate 59 great years privately.


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