Larry Harold Robbins, 45, left this world too soon Dec. 21, 2020.

Your wings were ready, but our hearts were not; Heaven has gained an amazing soul and we love you big, big.

Born Aug. 28, 1975, in Camden to Pamela (Dodge-Robbins) Schultz and Larry A. Robbins. He was educated in local schools and graduated from Rockland High School in 1994.

Larry blessed his family and friends with his generosity, kindness and amazing soul. Those who truly knew Larry was blessed to have been a part of his life.

Larry had a love for water — especially the ocean — music, riding anything with wheels, including snowmobiles — the faster it went the more excited he became, this is a love he gained from his father and mother which was instilled in him very young.

His love for water began at a very young age, his family recognized this when he was approximately seven years old, when he made himself a raft with wood his mother gave him. He then took this raft down to the ocean at South End, and tried to paddle himself out to sea.

He spent his entire life fishing, scalloping and spent this previous summer on a lobster boat with his son, Larry, who he loved more than life itself and took such great pride in him.

Larry was able to share his love for the sea with Little Larry, which is now instilled in him. Larry has spent his adult life on many different boats, from Maine to Alaska, which was his love of life at sea.

Larry was able to see one of his favorite bands, AC/DC a few summers ago with his brother Shane at the Gillette Stadium, which he always said this was one of his favorite memories.

Larry is loved by many, just as he loved others with his heart of gold, quick wit and charm, especially when he smiled at you or smirked when he knew he was either right or said or did something funny.

Larry is known for his incredible bond and love for his mother, who he called “Mumma.”

He was predeceased by his father Larry Arnold Robbins; niece Logyn Dawn Robbins; maternal grandparents Harold Dodge and Bernice (Hunt) Oliver as well as his paternal grandparent Asa Robbins Sr. and Kathleen Robbins; Uncle Danny Robbins and Aunt Flora.

Larry is survived by his mother Pamela Dodge Schultz of Appleton; the pride of his life, son Larry Eric Robbins (Little Larry); step-daughter Brittney Williams as well as her daughter Aubrilyn, with their mother Rachel Williams, who played a significant role in his life as well as her step-father Keith Smalley of South Thomaston; siblings Shane Robbins with his significant other, Courtney Watson, of Warren and Nathan Schultz with his significant other, Jake Fenix, of Appleton.

He also leaves behind nephew and nieces Gage Robbins, Starsha Robbins and Shyanne York all of Warren; maternal aunts; Deborah and Tony Guay of N.H.; Jeanine and Thomas Roach of Calif.; Chelsey and Ronald Mitchell of Maine; paternal aunts and uncles Asa Robbins of Belfast, DeDe McClure of Rockland, Jimmy Robbins and late June Robbins of Rockland; Frances Robbins of Rockland; Gus and Melissa Robbins of South Thomaston; cousin Tracy Westcott, who was his first best friend in life and many cousins Isaac, Holly, Misty, James, George, Jaime, Chris and Sherry, as well as an extended family and circle of friends such as the South End crew who have been his life long friends.

A celebration of life will be in late spring, which we will encourage his family and friends to participate.

Those who wish to assist Larry’s family may make donations to the Robbins family; c/o Shane Robbins and Courtney Watson, 349 Cushing Road, Warren ME 04864.