Michael Paul Robarge

Born: Fri., Nov. 23, 1956
Died: Thu., Jan. 2, 2020

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Northbridge – Michael Paul Robarge, 63, passed away at his home on Thursday, January 30, 2020.
        He is survived by his daughter, Sarah Anne Bowman and her husband Shawn of Buffalo, New York.  Mike also leaves behind two grandchildren, Kylie Bowman and Alexander Bowman; his mother, Rita M. (Lamontagne) Robarge; his brother, David P. Robarge of Uxbridge; as well as aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and friends. He was predeceased by his father Paul A. Robarge, who sadly passed away in 1994.  Though with him until the very end, Michael also leaves his best friend – his pride and joy – his rescue dog, Lexie.
        Born in Milford, Massachusetts on November 23, 1956, Mike grew up in Northbridge and was a graduate of Northbridge High Class of 1976.  After living in Venice, Florida for nearly thirty years, Michael moved back to his hometown in August of 2019.  It was in this area of New England that Mike had discovered his passions of working outdoors, maintaining his lawn, fishing, and hunting.  These beloved hobbies were what led him to be a member of both the Whitinsville Fish and Game and the Uxbridge Rod and Gun Clubs prior to his move to the south.
        Though Mike worked many jobs over the years, he mostly worked in the construction industry building homes.
        A Memorial Mass will be held at a later date in St. Patrick’s Church in Whitinsville followed by burial in St. Mary’s Cemetery in Uxbridge. To leave a condolence message for his family, please visit: www.Jackmanfuneralhomes.com

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John and Melody Morris
   Posted Sun February 02, 2020

Our deepest condolences

Albert Ruth, and Irene Boucher
   Posted Sun February 02, 2020
To Mrs Robarge and David
And to Michael’s wife and family:
The Robarges lived next door to us on Providence Rd. Our sincerest sympathy to all! Not sure if any of you would remember us, but we do remember you and are sorry for your loss! Our Lord hold you in the power of His Righteous Right Hand and soothe your sadness. And fill you with His peace.

Arthur and Bernice Martin
   Posted Sun February 02, 2020
How sad to read of the passage of Mike. We remember so well a fine young man. Our hearts ache for you. May only the best of memories carry you during this time of sadness.

Michael T McCrory
   Posted Mon February 03, 2020
Dear Mrs Robarge ,Dave and the family of Mike
My deep condolences for your loss. I grow up with the Mike.He was a very well liked person. Will be missed

Tony Hudon
   Posted Tue February 04, 2020
Dear Rita and David, We are so so saddened. Please contact me if you would like to see my mom.
She would love to see you. I shared Mike's interest in the outdoors and will remember him through this.

Aline and Richard Desjardin
   Posted Thu February 06, 2020
Rita, David and Family, our heartfelt sympathy of your loss of Michael. May he rest in peace with the Lord our God.

Steve and Helen Harper
   Posted Sun February 23, 2020
Dear Roberge Family,
Our very deepest condolences go out to you all. We just heard about Mikes passing and we were shocked by the news. We are in deep pain in hearing of his passing. I look back on all the great times that we shared with a smiling face and will never forget them. He was great brother in-law and uncle to our kids Megan and James. They do miss him as well. He was always there for my parents when I couldn't be there and words can't say how deeply indebted I am to Mike for all that he did for our family. I'd like to say I'm so sorry Mike for the heartache that you endured. We were good friends and we will always miss you and love you. The Harpers; Steve, Helen, Megan and James

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