“Lenny really was Batman,” Laurie Strongin, executive director of Hope for Henry, said in an interview with USA TODAY. “He put so much care into being Batman. He was always in character, he talked to the kids like Batman. He provided kids with so much hope and he shared our mission to make these kids happy and whole. He’s such a hero because of how he lived his life.”
Away from his charitable work, Robinson was a businessman and owned a cleaning company. He was also a father to three boys and an uncle to three nieces.
Even though the news of Robinson’s passing will be hard for many, the memories and smiles he gave to those children can never be taken away.
Robinson was the hero those children both deserved and needed.
Update: A Lamborghini representative has informed The News Wheel that the official news release from the Maryland State Police did not specifically report that Robinson was driving his Lamborghini Batmobile on August 16th. The news release only said Robinson experienced engine trouble in a custom built Batmobile, which was the vehicle struck by the Corolla and caused his unfortunate death. Portions of this article have been changed due to that information.