Chad Ronald Robinson was born February 20, 1955. He is the eldest son of Ronald and Ella Mae Robinson. He was born in Tacoma, Washington, where his dad was stationed during the Korean war. Chad spent part of his childhood is Scottsdale and the remainder of his life living in Mesa.
Chad had a natural talent for doing mechanic work, building, welding, and modifying engines and car bodies to make them jump higher or go faster. For a living Chad worked as a car mechanic, sold auto parts (was part owner of a NAPA store), and at Garden Spot Mobile home park as manager/repair man.
Chad enjoyed traveling and had a lot of opportunities to travel and go fishing with his dad and brothers. When at home he was always willing to serve and help others in need. He shared his mechanic talents when asked and was willing to share his home with others in need. He served as a Boy Scout leader for the troop at his church.
Family was very important to Chad and he loved his parents and siblings. He is preceded in death by his mother, Ella Mae Thomas, father J. Ronald Robinson, brothers Randy and Daniel. He is survived by brothers Michael, Ted and sisters Jenny Burnham and Susan Birch.
Chad will be missed by his friends and family.