Robert D Gobeil

Passed 04/21/2023


Obituary For Robert D Gobeil

Family and friends mourn the death of Robert D. Gobeil. He passed at Tufts Medical Center on April 21, 2023. Robert was born December 9, 1958 in Weymouth, MA to late father Robert Gobeil of Biddeford, ME and late mother Ruth D. Gobeil of Biddeford, ME. He is survived by Sisters Elizabeth (Gobeil) Wyman & Lew Wyman, Nancy (Gobeil) Hurley, Richard A. Gobeil Sr. & Karen (Koss) Gobeil, numerous nieces and nephews and his faithful feline friend Larry. He graduated High School from Thornton Academy, Saco, ME, June 1978. He earned a Bachelor Degree of Science August 1991 from Bridgewater State College. Robert was a veteran of U.S. Army National Guard of Massachusetts. Specialist Gobeil served from 1986 – 1993 in Co A(-), 126 Signal Battalion Quincy MA. His awards include: Army Service Ribbon, National Defense Service Medal, Army Achievement Medal and Army Reserve Components Oversees Training Ribbon. He worked mostly home improvement and preferred painting. He enjoyed greyhound racing. During his life he lived in Massachusetts, Maine and Florida. Graveside services will be held in the Holy Family Cemetery in Rockland MA on Tuesday, May 23, 2023 at 11:30 AM.

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  • 04/30/2023

    I worked with Bobby for many years. He was great guy to have on a job. Both his work ethic and his sense of humor. I will miss him. Thank You B2B! RIP

  • 04/30/2023

    Bobby and I met in Rockland,MA and also spent some time in Florida. I have some wonderful memories of us and with his family., He worked for my father and with my brother and cousin. He was one of the hardest workers I knew. When someone was in need of help he was always there. May he Rest In Peace. My condolences to his beautiful family. I will treasure the memories forever.

  • 04/28/2023

    I worked with Bobby on and off over the years. He could be lots of fun and that made the day much better. He loved his music and bass players in particular. He also had a quick wit and had a great sense of humor. We will miss him for sure! RIP Two Beers!

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