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Robin Williams' Funeral Will Be Small & Intimate in San Francisco

Robin Williams' Funeral Will Be Small & Intimate in San Francisco

Robin Williams‘ close friends and family are reportedly gathering in San Francisco for his funeral.

“It’s not official yet, but that’s the plan,” a source shared to E! News about the 63-year-old actor’s funeral arrangements. “It will be small. They were both very private people.”

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A second, more public memorial for Robin — a comedy benefit — is also being planned. Stay tuned for details.

Robin passed away earlier this week at his home in Tiburon.

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13 Responses to “Robin Williams' Funeral Will Be Small & Intimate in San Francisco”

  1. 1
    JM Says:

    Why do have to keep mentioning the manner in which he died? Everyone knows by now how it happened, to keep repeating it is in poor taste.

  2. 2
    Steph Says:

    @JM: was going to say the same thing. So disrespectful

  3. 3
    Amy Says:

    @JM: I agree….and starting the sentence with “In case you didn’t know,” somehow seemed flip, given the subject. Who writes this stuff?

  4. 4
    guest Says:

    Why did you all click on the thread if you don’t like the wording of the title, content? You are free to scroll on past it you know.

  5. 5
    Jules Says:

    You’d wonder if he had a comical twist in his will?

  6. 6
    William Robbins Says:

    For some reason, I always felt a connection to Robin Williams. We’ll never know the complete reason he committed suicide but I know if he could speak right now, he would have something funny to say about all this. You know he would!

    He might say, “after all my drug and drinking problems, I just had to out with one last belt.” Or he might say “I know you all knew me as a comic but I really wanted you to know I was hung!”

    Think about that! You know he would have something funny to say.

    Forgive him if you didn’t like him . . . bury him . . and let him rest in peace.

  7. 7
    jennifer Says:

    just the other day I watched a movie with robin Williams in it that made me wonder if it was connected to that movie in any way. the movie is called -THE GOOD DAD. SAME SITUATION HAPPENS IN THE MOVIE. WATCH IT AND YOU WILL SEE WHAT IT MEAN.

  8. 8
    P.A. Hart Says:

    In honor or Robin please do not ever attend churches that preach against homosexuality, they plan to protest at ROBIN’S funeral for his portrayal of a gay father in Birdcage.

  9. 9
    kcee Says:

    Robin williams made me laugh. Sad to say he goes to hell thgh, thts a real shame. He cldnt stick it out. Life is hard but u keep going. He n others take easy way out but its not really.
    prays to his family.

  10. 10
    becky Says:

    his wives drove him to suicide…what a fake wife….she only married robin for the money…..why was she not with robin knowing he was depressed….this gold digger wife didn’t even check on her husband when she left the house…the nanny second wife also married robin just for the money….robin committed suicide because he married gold diggers who pushed him into depression and suicide….I think the only one who was good was the first wife…he divorced robin because the nanny seduced robin for the money and became his second goldigging wife…I feel bad for robin…his two ex wives drove him to suicide

  11. 11
    Sheena Bise Says:

    Let Robin Williams rest in peace. God still loves him. Who is without sin. Let them cast the first stone. God Bless you Robin Williams. I could have helped you. I have been through a lot myself.

  12. 12
    Pat G. Says:

    @William Robbins:

    I was thinking the same thing! Robin would be hilarious with one joke after another. Wow. What a tragic loss – but he’ll keep them in stitches in Heaven.

  13. 13
    chrissy meadors Says:

    Mr. Williams was a good man who needed help. I agree why didn’t his wife who walked her dog got dress left for work why couldn’t she just peek in on him or even gave him a kiss? People you would be surprise to know the married couples who doesn’t even sleep together. God doesn’t agree with how our country is doing. We have lost so many loved ones from suicide until it breaks my heart. So what are we as Christian going to do about it. It’s time now to take a stand and do what God wants us to do. Love and care about each other. Give support where it is needed.Time for all to get down and beg God to forgive us and ask him to bless us one more time so we want lose anymore people to a horrible death as feeling alone that is how Mr. Williams felt, he had nobody who cared that really loved him for who he was. Very sad for anyone to live that way cause we are precious and loved by God!

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