George Robidou

George E. Robidou

Thursday, October 9th, 1947 - Wednesday, April 29th, 2020
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George E. Robidou, III, age 72, of Wooster, peacefully entered into rest, Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at Smithville-Western Care Center in Wooster due to COVID-19 complications. His family was in his presence.

He was born on October 9, 1947 in Providence, RI to George and May (Heinz) Robidou.

He married Patricia Ann Rossi on February 14, 1981. She entered into rest in 2000.

He has been a Wooster and Wayne County resident for the last 13 years and had previously worked as a painter and jewelry maker. He did volunteer work for many churches throughout the area and was known to be very friendly and would do most anything for anybody especially in time of need. He had been a member of VFW Post of RI and was an avid fan of all sporting events who especially enjoyed baseball (Red Sox) and wrestling. He mostly loved spending time with his family and friends.

He is survived by a son, James Robidou of Providence, RI; grandchildren, James, Jeremy, Jacob, Jasmine and Hailey Robidou;Sister Betty Manchester of Tenn. Brothers Charles Robidou of Providence, RI and Dennis Robidou of West Warwick, RI; 3 nephews, Ricky, Bobby and Kenny and 2 nieces, Betty Jane and Tammy (Bryan) Landaw who was more like a father to her and grandfather to Tammy's children, Maria, Tiffany, Jessica (Eli) , Christina, Jr. and Daniel who were also like his grandchildren.

In addition to his parents, and wife, he is preceded in death by his niece, Donna Manchester

It was his previous wishes for cremation and there will be no services. A private celebration will take place at the convenience of family and friends at a later time.

Custer-Glenn Funeral Home in Wooster is honored with serving the family.

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Marilyn “Queenie” Pittman

Posted at 08:33am
George always had a big smile and a few words for me when I would see him as I was On my way to visit my husband, Larry Pittman, in the Willows at Smithville Western. I was so sorry to see that he had passed. My condolences and prayers for his family and friends.


Posted at 04:35pm
My wife entered Smithville Western in Jan-2020, George came in first day & introduced himself, talked about sports,he was very good to my wife always watched out for her.
He would push her wheelchair back to her room when she was tired, every time I would come in door to see her, he would fill me in on how Rhonda was doing.We got him a Rhode Island T-shirt & you would have thought we gave him a thousand dollars, sure he is resting with a smile on his face, God Bless George, Tim & Rhonda Mc Guire


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