Every time I hear the name Robbin Williams it conjures up happy and lucid memories of my childhood during the late 1980's and early 1990's. The films Good Morning Vietnam (even though I was too young to understand the US and Vietnam conflict), Dead Poets Society, Mrs Doubtfire and Jumanji were a few of the films Williams starred in that I rank in my top 10 films ever made; without his roles in these movies they wouldn't likely rank in my top 50.
The day that Williams passed was a day the world lost a true comedy genius, and I still feel a brief moment of grief when I see or hear his name, but I quickly follow up with a smile at the memory of his best moments on screen. His incredible ability to improvise any voice, accent or character with lighting speed coupled with his ability to act made him a national (and worldwide) treasure.
This tribute by no means fully justifies and appreciates what Williams gave to the world during his lifetime however I've listed below key moments in his life from birth all sourced from his Wikipedia page.