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'''Bill Robinson''' was a magician and graphic artist. He worked with The Graphic Press, PMW and Poole Printing Co.
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'''Bill Robinson''' (1957-2012) was a magician and graphic artist. He worked with The Graphic Press, PMW and Poole Printing Co.
  
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== Biography ==
 
He graduated East Carolina University in 1980 and had been a member of the Newport News, Virginia Society of American Magicians Assembly in the 1970s. In addition, he was a well-respected member of the Raleigh [[International Brotherhood of Magicians]] Ring 199. He worked at and managed The Magic Corner in Raleigh for many years. He was frequently found attending conventions, banquets and magic meetings.   
 
He graduated East Carolina University in 1980 and had been a member of the Newport News, Virginia Society of American Magicians Assembly in the 1970s. In addition, he was a well-respected member of the Raleigh [[International Brotherhood of Magicians]] Ring 199. He worked at and managed The Magic Corner in Raleigh for many years. He was frequently found attending conventions, banquets and magic meetings.   
  
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Latest revision as of 16:52, 20 May 2014

Bill Robinson
BornWilliam Robinson
December 6, 1957
Newport News, Virginia
DiedJuly 28, 2012 (age 54)
Las Vegas, Nevada

Bill Robinson (1957-2012) was a magician and graphic artist. He worked with The Graphic Press, PMW and Poole Printing Co.

Biography

He graduated East Carolina University in 1980 and had been a member of the Newport News, Virginia Society of American Magicians Assembly in the 1970s. In addition, he was a well-respected member of the Raleigh International Brotherhood of Magicians Ring 199. He worked at and managed The Magic Corner in Raleigh for many years. He was frequently found attending conventions, banquets and magic meetings.

Robinson died unexpectedly from complications involving his heart.[1]

References

  1. http://www.examiner.com/article/broken-wand-ceremony-for-las-vegas-magician-william-robinson