Robin Linsley, a native of Daytona Beach, died Thursday, Sept. 14 at Port Orange Hospice. He was 66. A resident of Port Orange, Robin was born at Halifax Hospital in Daytona Beach on December 15, 1950 and graduated from Mainland High School in 1969. He and his brother, David Linsley, were raised by their mother, Cathryn Stone Linsley. Forging an impeccable work ethic at a young age, Robin worked all of his teenage years to help support his family. On February 5, 1971, Robin married the love of his life and high school sweetheart, Kathryn Christopher, who remained by his side until his passing. With the support of Kathryn, Robin would establish himself as a successful residential contractor building homes in Volusia County for 30 years. Robin and Kathy raised two sons, Chris and Ryan, who would later work alongside their father establishing the family’s construction company which Ryan will continue to operate. Known as a good natured, honest, fair, disciplined, hardworking and highly motivated family man, Robin was loved and admired by all who knew him. Robin enjoyed sports cars, sailing, boating, fishing and getting to know the people of his community. If the measure of a man is defined by his work and his family, Robin was indeed a giant. His legacy is fully alive in his sons who have been inspired to live lives closely mirroring that of their father’s. Robin is survived by his wife, Kathy Linsley; son and daughter-in-law Chris and Colette Linsley, their sons, Dillon, Fischer and Landon; and son and daughter-in-law Ryan and Tara Linsley and their son, Gavin; Uncle Alfred Carle; Eileen McDermott, Steven Christopher, Terence Higgs and their families. Admired and loved, Robin Linsley’s was a life well lived.