Live Like Robby Did

Live Like Robby Did

by Darren Meenan August 08, 2019 0 Comments

I'm sure you've heard of loved ones spreading ashes of their dearly departed at locations that were close to their hearts. We were contacted recently by a grieving family that had a different idea to keep the memory alive of their loved one. 

"Hello! On April 7th Robby Warner passed away from stomach cancer, about 1 yr after his diagnosis, leaving behind his wife and 2 kids (and many loving friends and family members). He was a long time Mets fan!! His family is keeping his memory and spirit alive in a wonderful way. They have painted rocks and are asking loved ones to take them along on their adventures. Check out #livelikerobbydid on Instagram! I am taking a long shot, but never hurts to ask... If we were to mail a rock to The 7 Line, could it take a trip to Citi Field? It would be so amazing for this guy who was definitely Loyal to the Last Out!! Thank you so much from the Wiedemans"

I was more than happy to oblige and have a special place in mind at the ballpark that I hope it can live forever. My heart goes out to Robby's friends and family. May he rest in peace. 

#LiveLikeRobbyDid




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