LANSING, MI - The family of Heath M. Robinson will have a dedication ceremony for the newly renamed Heath M. Robinson Memorial Cut River Bridge.\r\nNavy Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator (SEAL) Heath M. Robinson, a resident of Petoskey and Mackinac Island, was killed in action on August 6th, 2011.\r\nRobinson was in a CH-47 Chinook helicopter when it was shot down over Wardak Province in Afghanistan. The crash claimed the lives of 30 American service members and eight members of the Afghan military, making it the largest single-day loss of life in Naval Special Warfare history.\r\nFormer State Rep. Frank Foster introduced a bill to rename the bridge in Robinson's honor in September 2013. The measure was approved by both houses of the Michigan Legislature in 2014, and signed by Gov. Rick Snyder on October 22nd, 2014.\r\nThose expected to be in attendance will be:\r\nFamily and friends of Heath M. Robinson\r\nMilitary honor guard units\r\nU.S. Navy and Coast Guard representatives\r\nMichigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) staff\r\nInterested citizens?\r\nThe dedication will take place:\r\nSaturday,\u00a0October 10th, 2015 at 10 a.m.\r\nThe Heath M. Robinson Memorial Cut River Bridge is located 26 miles west of St. Ignace on US-2 in\r\nMackinac County (between Epoufette and Brevort).