Jim died unexpectedly and peacefully at the age of 62 on the morning of August 15 at his home in Holly Hill.
Jim was born in Atlanta, Georgia, but grew up in San Diego, Honolulu and Daytona Beach. He was an avid follower of sporting events and enjoyed surfing wherever the family lived. He worked in maintenance and landscaping for several beachfront motels. He also worked in the tile business for several years with his brother, Bob, while they traveled around the United States. to carry out hotel renovations. Jim also helped his brother-in-law, Rodney, with lawn maintenance.
Jim cared deeply for his family and friends and will always be remembered for his kind, caring manner and his ability to make people laugh. Please keep these thoughts in your heart. He seemed to be living the best times of his life. He was eventually semi-retired. Jim and his father enjoyed spending time together playing pickleball and other activities. Throughout his life, his bond with his mother has always been very strong because she has always supported him.
He is survived by his son, Michael Krawczyk; mother and father, Dorothy and William Robison (Dottie and Bill); sister, Susan Frances (husband, Rodney); and his niece, Rachel Frances; He will be deeply missed by all.
He was predeceased by his longtime girlfriend, Joanna Tibbs; his younger brother, Robert Robison; and his nephew, Taylor Frances. All of these losses have occurred over the past three years and have placed a heavy burden on his soul.
A final farewell will be held at Andy Romano Beach Park on Saturday, September 10 starting at 8 a.m.
Posted August 31, 2022
Posted in Daytona Beach News-Journal