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September 24, 1951 - June 8, 2024

A gentle spirit with a kind & generous heart

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Robin was born in Lethbridge, Alberta, the third child of Ralph and Joan Dangerfield who lived in Coutts, Alberta at that time. When Robin was about four, the family moved to Edmonton, Alberta as a result of his father’s promotion within Canada Customs.

Robin grew up in Edmonton and graduated from Harry Ainlay High School. Following graduation he lived at various times in Edmonton, Coutts, Vernon and Victoria.

Robin tried his hand at several occupations over the years: heavy construction, carpentry, a try at farming near the Dangerfield family homestead, silviculture studies at BC Institute of Technology, long haul truck driver, and most recently renovations and carpentry in and around Victoria. Carpentry always remained the main interest in his working life; he was a builder at heart.

He was a long-time member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and was active in the Church’s communities in southern Alberta, Vernon, Chemainus and Victoria, devoting considerable time to volunteer work within the Church. Robin also supported some secular charities on an ongoing basis, most of them devoted to the needs of disadvantaged children.

Robin was predeceased by his parents, his older sister, Jennifer, and his first wife, Jean. He is now survived by his daughter, Carmon, his ex-wife Chantal Ficquet and her children Myriam, Odile, Paul, Benjamin, Philippe and Michael, his older brother Ken and by nieces and nephews Renee, Lisa, Bonnie, Aubrey and Gabriel.

He will be remembered fondly by all as a man of gentle spirit with a kind and generous heart.

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