Timothy Robison

Obituary of Timothy William Robison


Dr. Timothy William Robison DDS MBA passed away on Oct 7th at 6:58am at UW Montlake Hospital in Seattle peacefully with his wife, best friend, and greatest advocate, Linda, by his side.

Tim is preceded by his mother, Barb, and his father, Bob. He is survived by Linda, his two sons, Chris and Ryan, his brother Bob, and his first grandchild, who is expected in February.

He was born in South Bend, IN where he grew up a fiercely loyal Notre Dame fan, spending 13 years working at the stadium beneath Touchdown Jesus. At the ripe age of 5, Tim made the definitive decision that he would become a dentist. He wanted to spend his life-giving people the gift of a smile.

Tim graduated from Ball State with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, followed by his Doctorate of Dental Surgery at Indiana University. After graduating, he moved to Chicago, where he met his wife, who was then, naturally, working at a partnering dental practice. Within six weeks they both knew they were ready to marry one another.

Tim and Linda moved to Washington to pursue a life enriched by the great outdoors. They raised their two sons to love the outdoors and regularly dragged Linda along to ski, camp, hike, and fish. Tim and Linda opened their own dental practice together in Lynnwood, where he was awarded recognition as one of the greater Seattle area’s most respected dentists by Seattle Metropolitan/local publications five years in a row. He practiced for 25 years, donating a substantial amount of work to members of the community and the Salvation Army.

The family would like to ask on Tim’s behalf that any donations be made in his memory to Habitat for Humanity. Additionally, he asks that you each make time to let your loved ones know how much they mean to you. Tell them why they give you a reason to smile.

Tim’s funeral will be on Friday, January 12th, 2024, at St. Teresa of Calcutta Church in Woodinville, WA at 11:00 am. There will be a celebration of life in the parish hall immediately after Mass. All are welcome.



11:00 am
Friday, January 12, 2024
St. Teresa of Calcutta Catholic Church
17856 NE Woodinville Duvall Rd
Woodinville, Washington, United States
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