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Christine Robertson
11 years ago

Not a day goes by when I don't think of you. Of the time when we shared not only a home together but the peace at the end of the day. You taught me many things and even though we had many different thoughts on many different things I try to be as you were non judgemental and loving, guiding people along the path without pushing them in any direction. It is coming up to two years since you left but you are still in my heart. Although my pain is still here I think that you are now at peace because you carried the wheight of many other peoples pain. I will never forget the last time I saw you and how much I loved you. You will always be with me. Love You.

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Anonymous
11 years ago

I am missing you so much!! Not a day goes by that I dont replay hearing the news of your passing! taken way too early. I want to be able to hold you in my arms! hear your laugh and your voice! Why can't you be here now? Wishing me luck on my adventures? Asking how my life is going? I love youxxxx

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aaron jensen
11 years ago

My dearest friend and first true love I only just found out you had left us/me. My memories of you are some of the best of my life. love and hugs forever

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Tony Grove
11 years ago

Hi Moz, Can you email me @ tonygrove@hotmail.com.au please. Tony.

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Kevin Somerville
11 years ago

Mark was my physician & my friend for so long I can't remember not knowing him. Because of my international career, I didn't see him for many of the last several years, but knew through mutual friends where he was; what he was doing. You could never forget his warmth & smile. One of the brightest, most intuitive, compassionate and dedicated men I have ever known, and the world is a poorer place without him in it.

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Tony Grove
12 years ago

I was shocked to hear of Mark's death when I dropped in to a clinic in Lismore where he did many locums. I can hear and see Mark shrugging his shoulders and saying cie-la-vie with that enigmatic smile. We had known each other for just on thirty years !!! Tony.

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Hannah Robertson
12 years ago

I missed you everyday!! your passing was unexpected and has left a huge hole in my heart and life. I want you here, to give me advice, a couple of drinks and some good food. my heart aches for you. i love you uncle mark xoxoxoxo

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Charlyn
12 years ago

Marky Mark, I often think about dear Mark. He was very genuine, caring, empathic and laid back., He would pop in to the clinic on his days off in his boat/paint/garden clothes. On days that we had a GP shortage he would gladly help out and even when he poped in we managed him to see one patient. He had the skill & knowledge to manage the more complicated patients. They often mention Mark. I was standing behind the tea room and a nurse mentioned that was where Mark would take his insulin. He would often have a hamburger for lunch or a meat pie and swirl the tomato sauce around. When he first started he was known as the Dr that told patients to increase their salt intake and try a wheat free diet. One day he was eating a sandwich and I said" are you a coealic?" he replied no and we both laughed. He was frequently missing in action sitting in his car getting some "fresh air" . One day his patient told him "drs don't drive crappy cars", a few weeks later we brought a new subaru. He is sadly missed and I am glad to have worked with him and known him. I would of loved to have known him more. He was so interesting! Rest in peace with your kelpies xx

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Michael Francis
13 years ago

My partner was treated with such kindness and consideration by Mark that he left an indelible impression on both our lives. He is the standard to which succeeding practitioners are helld.

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Hazel Flynn
13 years ago

I met Mark at the end of the 1970s because I was close to his sister Elspeth and brother David. When I met him, Elspeth and I were in Year 12. I was gauche, overly opinionated and generally clueless. Mark was handsome, urbane, witty, stylish and memorably encouraging and kind to me. In retrospect, he must have often been suppressing a smile at the earnest views I spouted during our conversations, but he never once let on. He treated me as if I were his intellectual equal, which made me pick up my game without even realising what was going on. David and I stayed with him in Sydney several times and, without drawing attention to himself in any way, he was the perfect host (again, by osmosis, I learned how things should be done). I liked him enormously and was very sad to read in the newspaper that he had died--and far too young. He was a lovely man.

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David Robertson
13 years ago

I have many that I could share but Mark's ability at renovations and car repairs that were not quite right but did the job and had a certain zen about them are my best. Want a door ar window well just knock a hole in the wall and insert. Much loved and missed.

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David Robertson
13 years ago

I have many that I could share but Mark's ability at renovations and car repairs that were not quite right but did the job and had a certain zen about them are my best. Want a door ar window well just knock a hole in the wall and insert. Much loved and missed.

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David Robertson
13 years ago

I have many that I could share but Mark's ability at renovations and car repairs that were not quite right but did the job and had a certain zen about them are my best. Want a door ar window well just knock a hole in the wall and insert. Much loved and missed.

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Danielle Pilon
13 years ago

Dr Mark Robertson was a funny, charming, and sincere member of the team at the clinic in which he worked. He will be sadly missed ,and my thoughts are with his family, friends and colleagues at such a sad time.

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Hilary Oliver
13 years ago

Dr Mark Robertson was a caring, sincere, charming and professional medico. I am so saddened to hear of his passing, and I would like his family and friends to know what a wonderful, kind doctor he was. He will be sadly missed.

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