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Official Obituary of: Robin Callahan, 64, on March 30, 2021

Robin Callahan, 64, on March 30, 2021

WAREHAM – Robin Ann Callahan, 64, of Wareham passed away Tuesday, March 30, 2021 at St. Luke’s Hospital in New Bedford.  She was the longtime companion of Stephen Miller.

Born June 15, 1956 in Attleboro, she was a daughter of the late Albert and Florence (Cadero) Bedard.

Robin grew up in North Attleboro and was a 1974 graduate of North Attleboro High School.  She received a BS from Johnson’s and Wales University in Rhode Island and worked in various jobs in the restaurant industry throughout her career.

She has been a resident of Wareham for the past 22 years.

Robin worked as a restaurant manager at various restaurants including the Hilltop Steakhouse in Braintree, Piccadilly Pub in Franklin and currently worked at Vel’s Restaurant in Wareham where she worked with her daughter.

She loved sports and played varsity softball, basketball and field hocky at North.  She also loved watching the local Boston teams.

Robin was a ‘people person’ and her favorite times were hanging out with family and friends.  She loved camping and travelled around the northeast in her camper and love firepits and bartending at family events. 

She especially loved the beach and campfires on the beach and going to concerts.

In addition to her companion, Stephen, she is survived by her beloved daughter Casey Lynn Cormier of New Bedford; two step-sons Kyle Swenson and Derek Swenson;

Three grandchildren: Da’Sean, Robin and Jihad Overstreet;

Two brothers: Al Berard of Seekonk and Gary Berard of Rehoboth; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and loved ones.

Visiting hours will be held on Wednesday, April 7 from 11 a.m to 1 p.m. at Sperry & McHoul Funeral Home, 15 Grove Street, North Attleboro.  A funeral service will be held in the funeral home immediately following visitation at 1 p.m. followed by burial at Mt. Hope Cemetery & Arboretum, Attleboro Falls.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the World War I Memorial Park, 43 South Washington Street, North Attleboro, MA 02760.

 

 

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  • Rob…My first love, the most beautiful girl I saw, natural beauty not only on the outside, but deep inside too. We had great times together, we had so many dreams to finish. I love you and will miss you so much, you my dearest friend, will always be in my heart. I hope Jesus has a nice spot on the beach for you, with all your things to go with it. GOD Bless you sweetheart. Until we meet again….Stephen

  • To Robins family I’m so very sorry to hear the loss of your mom and grandmother. I enjoyed working with Robin at the Pic May she R.I.P?

  • Robin was such a fun loving person she will be missed by many rest in piece my friend so sadden by your passing ❤️

  • My thoughts and prayer go out to your family.  You were such a light and that light will never dim in our memories of you.  We were all lucky to have known your kind, fun and real spirit!  Keith will miss your Giants banter and we will all miss you tequila limes.   Xoxoxo. 

  • Robin was beautiful person inside and out. She lit up every room she walked into. She faced adversity with love and determination. Her memory will live on forever.

  • Albie and Gary I’m so sorry for the loss of Robin. I always loved talking with her it always made my day a little better. She was always kind and happy. She made this world a better place.

    Jay Battersby

  • My condolences to her family I’m so sorry for your loss I will miss my loving friend forever She is one of a kind a shining star ? Love you Rob ?

  • Was happy to see Robin at the 45th reunion. she did not change still the person I remember in high school 

  • You are the sunshine on a summers day…Will miss you my Dear friend. Much love to all the family & friends ♡

  • I love you so much, you are and always will be one of my best friends, my fellow music lover. We had so many great times and laughs together. You will be in my heart forever.

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  1. I love you so much, you are and always will be one of my best friends, my fellow music lover. We had so many great times and laughs together. You will be in my heart forever.

  2. You are the sunshine on a summers day…Will miss you my Dear friend. Much love to all the family & friends ♡

  3. Was happy to see Robin at the 45th reunion. she did not change still the person I remember in high school 

  4. My condolences to her family I’m so sorry for your loss I will miss my loving friend forever She is one of a kind a shining star ? Love you Rob ?

  5. Albie and Gary I’m so sorry for the loss of Robin. I always loved talking with her it always made my day a little better. She was always kind and happy. She made this world a better place.

    Jay Battersby

  6. Robin was beautiful person inside and out. She lit up every room she walked into. She faced adversity with love and determination. Her memory will live on forever.

  7. My thoughts and prayer go out to your family.  You were such a light and that light will never dim in our memories of you.  We were all lucky to have known your kind, fun and real spirit!  Keith will miss your Giants banter and we will all miss you tequila limes.   Xoxoxo. 

  8. Robin was such a fun loving person she will be missed by many rest in piece my friend so sadden by your passing ❤️

  9. To Robins family I’m so very sorry to hear the loss of your mom and grandmother. I enjoyed working with Robin at the Pic May she R.I.P?

  10. Rob…My first love, the most beautiful girl I saw, natural beauty not only on the outside, but deep inside too. We had great times together, we had so many dreams to finish. I love you and will miss you so much, you my dearest friend, will always be in my heart. I hope Jesus has a nice spot on the beach for you, with all your things to go with it. GOD Bless you sweetheart. Until we meet again….Stephen

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