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Devon Drumm Obituary, Death, Accident – Robert Drumm passed away on August 17 in Santa Monica, California, at the age of 48, while he was surrounded by his devoted family. He was born on April 26, 1957 and graduated from West Springfield High School in 1975. His birthday is April 26. Robbie made his home in the greater Los Angeles area after moving there in 1981, and he spent the rest of his life enchanting and delighting people with his prodigious abilities on the saxophone and his many other musical capabilities.

He was a member of a number of different bands in the Los Angeles region, and his saxophone playing was included in the film “Staying Alive.” Regardless of the setting or the number of people in the audience, if Robbie could make someone else’s day better by playing a song, he would do it. Robbie’s capacity to entertain, to make people laugh, and simply to make people think was his form of generosity.

Robbie was ecstatic that the Red Sox were victorious in the World Series because of his extensive knowledge and love of ALL sports, especially baseball. Other things that interested him included performing crossword puzzles, reading the newspaper, and working in high finance banking.

His mother, Marilyn Scully Drumm of West Springfield, Massachusetts, as well as his father, Ronnie Drumm, and step-mother, Beverly Drumm, of Nokomis, Florida, as well as his brothers Rick Drumm of Marlboro, Massachusetts, and Ronnie Drumm of Windermere, Florida, as well as his sister, Eileen Drumm of Springfield, Massachusetts, will fondly remember Robbie.

In addition, he is survived by his soul partner of sixteen years, Nancy Moran of Manhattan Beach, California, as well as a large number of nieces, nephews, uncles, aunts, cousins, and friends who will always love his memory. The inscription that Robbie would like to have on his tombstone reads, “I knew this was going to happen.” “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” Is Where Robbie Is Currently Residing.

On Saturday, August 27, at 11:00 am, there will be a memorial ceremony held at Faith United Church, which is located at 52 Sumner Ave., Springfield, Massachusetts 01108. There are no set times for customers to call. Donations in memory of Robbie can be made to the M.A.P. (Musicians Assistance Program) at 817 Vine Street, Los Angeles, California 90038 or to The Rescue Mission at 19 Bliss Street, Springfield, Massachusetts 01101-2435.