Raymond Robitaille Jr.

  • "Rocky, words cannot describe how much you meant to me over..."
    - Langdon Liao
  • "Rocky, we miss you and I have nothing but the best of..."
    - Jon Morrison
  • "I love you Daddy, you and I until the end. I miss you so..."
    - Amber Robitaille
  • "Rocky i don't know what I will do without you.i miss you..."
    - Dorothy Phillips
  • "I am going to miss you so much Rocky. You played a huge..."
    - Taylor Creasy

1961 - 2017

SKOWHEGAN - Raymond "Rocky" Robitaille, Jr. passed away Nov. 1, 2017, at Maine General from a long and courageous battle with cancer. Rocky was born Dec. 19, 1961 in Norwood, Mass., to Raymond Robitaille, Sr. and Dorothy Phillips.

He grew up and was educated in Waterville, later he received an associate degree in Applied Science. He was employed by the Maine Central Railroad Company.

Rocky was a kind, gentle, loving and funny man which often showed in his pranks! He enjoyed drawing, painting, puttering around the house, cooking up some strange concoction in the kitchen, spending time with family, friends and especially with his grandchildren. He was a kind and wonderful son, husband, father, brother, Papa and friend.

He was predeceased by his maternal grandmother Irene Bickford, maternal grandfather Normand Reynolds; and his beloved dog Paige.

He is survived by his loving wife of 32 years Sandra Robitaille; daughter Amber Sellers of Oakland, stepsons Alan Cort of Virginia Beach, John Cort, Jr. of Harrison Township, Mich., Jeremy Cort of Rumford. He is also survived by his mother Dorothy Phillips who will miss their early morning drives while having their coffee, his father Raymond Robitaille, Sr. of Norton, Mass.; his siblings, Robin McCaghren of Madawamkeag, Irene Robitaille of Stafford, Va. (his best friend and confidant), Wendy Cummings of Roanoke, Va., Billy Bragg of Fairfield, Stacey Bragg of Waterville, Liza Holt of Unity and Malcolm "Jr." Spencer of Newport; granddaughters, Addison Sellers, Orianna and Jasmine Cort, Kyley Bovino, grandsons, Isaac Whitney, Joseph and Noah Cort; several nieces, nephews; friends and buddy Bishop Dean Marston, Sr. of Oakland.

Published in Central Maine on Nov. 5, 2017