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Robbie Lee Sines

Robbie Lee Sines

May 8, 1959 - Dec 10, 2023

Robbie Lee Sines - Obituary


t is with tremendous sorrow that we share the passing of our beloved husband, father, brother, and son, Robbie Lee Sines, 64, of Lothian, MD, on December 10, 2023. Robbie is survived by his wife, Roxanne, whom he adored and with whom he spent 35 wonderful years. He leaves behind his five loving children, Terry Knight, Robbie Sines, Jr., Johnnie Sines, Cassie (Michael) Toney, and Charlie (Abby) Sines; twelve grandchildren, who adored him, Christian, Benjamin, and Mason Knight, Haley(David) Fritts, Thomas and Brittney Leonard, Michael Toney III, Colton and Brooklyn Toney, Cadence, Arden and Chase Sines; his mother, Arlene Mastromarino; his mom, Barbara Sines and his six brothers, Frank (Cindy) Sines, John (Mary) Sines, Mickey (Jessica) Sines, Greg (Theresa) Sines, Ronnie Sines and Junior Campbell. Robbie was preceded in death by his sister, Juanita “Tootie” Sines; his father, Ronald Sines, Sr.; his brother-in-law, James Hood, Jr.; and his mother-in-law and father-in-law, Shirley and James Hood, Sr. Robbie held a lifelong passion for hunting and could be most often found September through January in a tree stand looking for that next big buck or in a blind chasing gobblers in the Spring. He shared this passion with his sons and grandsons, who would frequently share pictures together of their latest trophies. If Robbie wasn’t hunting or with his family, he could be found behind the mic as the lead singer for his band of over 40 years, New South Band. He frequently shared the stage with his dad and brothers, harmonizing on their favorite songs. He first spotted the love of his life, Roxanne, from behind that very microphone. Rob dedicated 40+ years of his life to Fitzgerald Cadillac as a mechanic, but his true love was restoring classic cars. He recently completed “Tweety Bird,” a bright yellow 1949 Ford F1 pickup truck. He also restored many other classics, like “Gertrude,” a red 1951 Ford F1, and a silver 1969 silver Chevrolet Camaro, but his favorite was “Mom’s Chevelle,” a 1967 emerald green Chevy Chevelle that he bought and finished for Roxanne. Robbie loved to go for drives with Roxanne, exploring the back roads of the East Coast and the mountains to Tennessee. He has traveled to Africa, Canada, Texas, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Nevada, and Maine for hunting trips with his father, brothers, sons, and friends. Friends are invited to celebrate Robbie's life at the Kalas Funeral Home & Crematory, 2973 Solomons Island Rd., Edgewater, MD on Thursday, December 21, from 5 to 8 pm. In lieu of flowers or gifts, the family requests donations be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (stjude.org). Condolences may be made by using the Memories tab on this page.