Few people will go to their grave with thousands of saved lives credited to their name.
Steve Robinson just did.
The gentle big man, and former Army Ranger died June 12 of unspecified causes. He was just 51.
What kind of man was he?
He was the ultimate battle buddy, especially to young emotionally-wounded service members during their darkest moments … mostly guys who decided they’d had enough, gripping a loaded gun or bottle of pills in one hand and a mobile phone in the other, listening to Steve’s soothing sermons about survival and healing.
Steve was big, at least 275 lbs, probably more. He kept his hair cut at military standards, even after retirement. He had eyes that were as serious as they were kind. He always had time to help, and help he did, anytime, day or…
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