Dr. Brad K. Robison of Huntsville, Alabama, unexpectedly passed away on April 23, 2021, at 67.
Brad is survived by his wife, Kathryn (Calligaris) Robison of Huntsville, AL; their five children, Austin Robison of Ohio, Kathryn (Robison) and Nick LaCasse of Birmingham, AL, Michelle Robison of Huntsville, AL, Brad Robison of Ohio, and Jane Robison of Huntsville, AL; his granddaughter, Meredith LaCasse of Birmingham, AL; his parents, Reid and Gloria Robison of Orem, Utah; his brother and sisters, Reid Robison of Provo, Utah, Dawn Fowler, and Elizabeth Andersen.
Brad was born in Glasgow, Montana, on May 16, 1953. After completing his undergraduate education at the University of Berkley in BioChemistry, he continued his education at the University of Utah with a degree in English and the University of Alabama in Birmingham with his MPH in Epidemiology. During the final chapter of Brad's academic career, he completed his medical degree at Tel Aviv University, which is affiliated with Sackler School of Medicine in New York, and residency at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.
Brad has worked in Emergency Rooms from the Midwest to the East Coast before settling in Alabama to be closer to family. In 2012, Brad began working at Anniston Regional Medical Center for American Physician Partners as an Emergency Room Physician. He continued working for American Physician Partners at Marshall Medical Center South in Boaz, AL, and Lincoln Medical Center in Fayetteville, TN. He was the Medical Director of Occupational Medicine at the Gadsden Regional Medical Center from 2013-2016.
Dr. Robison was truly a lifelong learner and dreamer. He was an avid history lover and could discuss historical facts for hours if you would allow him to. He had many hobbies, including maintaining his garden, fly fishing, racquetball, cycling, kayaking, writing , and researching. Brad also enjoyed throwing a frisbee with his standard poodle and being a grandfather to his granddaughter. He was looking forward to the birth of his grandson. An untraditional doctor, he would introduce himself to his working team in the ER as B-Rad rather than Dr. Robison.
A celebration of his life will be held at the Hampton Cove Funeral Chapel, Sunday, July 11, 2021 at 2:00 pm.
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