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“She had been cooking dinner for our family since she was in the fourth grade.” She made many friends in the food industry, from the front of the house to the dishwashers.
She even taught herself Spanish to communicate with immigrant workers.
She was just really smart and had a good viewpoint on life. Robson learned on the job, from books and from fellow Philly chefs.
“We grew up in an Italian family and food was a very big part of our lives,” her sister said.
Robson is survived by another sister, Elizabeth; a brother, Robert; and grandparents Dominick and Irene Cirucci.
Toronto Police have said the circumstances around the couple’s death are “suspicious” but have not commented further.Robson realized another dream of hers in 2015, when she became pregnant; she left her job at Bing Bing shortly before giving birth to a son, Levon William.She took a job at Fetch pet care, checking in on city cats and dogs while their owners were away, until her illness forced her to give up the job. Robson loved music and attending shows around the city and the country.About this time, she moved to South Philadelphia and decided to switch careers into the food industry.Her first job was with Aramark, working at 1920 Commons, the largest café on the University of Pennsylvania campus.