Robert E. Ludwick (Robin) (Bob), 63, of Billings passed away September 8, 2018. Robin was born on November 2, 1954, in Columbus, to Bob and Elfriede Ludwick. Robin spent most of his life in Billings. He worked for True North Steel for 38 Years.
Robin was a gregarious and hilarious man capable of many talents, especially delighting people. He flew planes. He played golf. But, in recent years he took most joy in boating and restoring cars. Always the life of the party, he could spin and embellish a tale at the drop of a hat. His laughter was contagious and inviting. He was a prankster, a jokester, and an all-around good guy.
Robin was loyal beyond measure to his family and friends. He spent many hours visiting his mother and watching football with her. He always put others first, lending a hand, a shoulder, or a calming word. His kind heart was patient and quiet … yet, the pranks and laughter could erupt any given moment.
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He is preceded in death by his father, Bob Ludwick. He is survived by his mother, Elfriede Battey, his brother, Bill Ludwick (wife, Karen), sister Karin Hayter (husband, Tom), beloved step children, nieces, nephews and ex-wives. All who knew him loved him dearly.
Robin will be missed by his family and many, many friends.
A celebration of life will be held at 3 p.m. Friday, Sept. 14, at Tiny's Tavern, 323 N. 24th St, Billings. Please come share your favorite Robin Adventure.