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Mike Robles

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February 11, 1958 ~ November 22, 2022


Resided in: San Antonio, Texas

Mike Robles went on to be with the Lord on Tuesday, November 22, 2022, after a long battle with cancer. Mike courageously fought for many years while residing in San Antonio, Texas with grace and dignity.

Mike Robles was born on February 11, 1958, to Agustina Robles and the late Carlos Manuel Robles in Fajardo, Puerto Rico. He grew up and was educated in New York City. He worked for many years within the airline industry and soon after began his career in comedy.

Mike was a huge advocate for the Latino comedic community. One of his most memorable quotes in support of his fellow Latino comedian comrades said, “Some advice I can give to Latino comics and content producers is for you to not only create but to own your content.” He created the hit shows, “Comedy Rhumba, Què Locos,” and “Loco Comedy Jam.” He won an Emmy Award in 2001 for his show “Video Mix.”

Mike loved Salsa music and he also enjoyed listening to 80’s music. Mike was a good dancer and his favorite television shows were Judge Judy and New York Undercover.

He was a loving husband, great father, and wonderful friend. Mike enjoyed life, and he loved to make people laugh and smile.

He will be dearly missed by his wife Brenda Flores Robles; children, Trinity Robles, and Dylan Robles; mother, Agustina Robles; siblings Madeline Ortiz, Carlos Manuel Robles Jr., Jose Alberto Robles, Luis Enrique Robles, and Daisy Emilia Robles and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. He will truly be missed!

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  1. CandleImageA real life warrior! Blessed to have known Mike for so long. Thank you Mike for always making my cousin Brenda laugh. May you rest in eternal peace and watch over Brenda, Trini and Dylan 🤍

  2. CandleImageAbsent from the body is to be present with the Lord. Mike you were a true warrior. I would tell Brenda you inspire me to enjoy everyday like it’s my last. To not take life for granted. Thank you for being a great husband to my friend. I will continue to be the best friend I can be. I’ll always have her and trinity back. Rest In Heaven ❤️

  3. CandleImageI was Mike’s hairstylist for years. A routine of Starbucks coffee in hand followed by so much laughter by us constantly joking. He was an Awesome friend full of life. You will be missed Dear friend. Thank you for sharing many wonderful stories of your journey in life and all that you did, not only for your family/friends but the community as well. Shine bright in Heaven as you did on earth.

  4. You will be missed! Entertain our Lord Jesus Christ with your humor. Rest in peace my brother! God bless & comfort your family!

  5. CandleImageThank you for living, loving and showing us the way. Always and forever grateful to be able to call you my friend but my mentor in stand up. I will always follow your advice. Shine Blessings on all your LOVeD ones Mike! Gracias por todo
    #FromTheBronxWithLOVe
    RS


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