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ROBERT A. BILODEAU

ROBERT A. BILODEAU GORHAM, NH GORHAM, NH - Robert A. “Fat Bob” Bilodeau, 53, passed away at his home on Sunday June 23, 2013. Fat Bob was born in Berlin, NH on May 30, 1960 a son of Kovi and Lois (Bilodeau) George. Robert was raised in Gorham and resided in Belmont, NH area for 25 years, returning to Gorham in 2009. He was a self employed woodworker. He loved his wife and children dearly and enjoyed taking road trips, photography, wild life and especially watching his son Jeremyah go 4-wheeling and rock climbing and also watching his grandson play sports and grow. He was the best arranger of bike week for many years. To his friends & family, a big NEGU & HFD. The family wishes to thank all the doctors at DHMC as well as a special thank you to Shana Bertin and Sabrina Jones for all the love and support they gave him. Family members include his wife Sylvie (Baron) Bilodeau of Gorham, NH, his children Jeremyah Bilodeau of Belmont, NH, Heather Bilodeau of Pembroke, NH and Ryannan Baron of Chaplin, CT, his grandson Devin Carignan of Gilford, NH, his mother Lois George of Gorham, nieces, nephews, cousins, many friends and extended family. He was predeceased by his father Kovi George and a grandson Jayden Baron. A celebration of life will be held on Saturday June 29, beginning at 12 PM at 7 Jimtown Road, Gorham, NH. For more information please contact Ryannan Baron at 603-998-1470. Arrangements are under the direction of the Bryant Funeral Home, Berlin. Please go to www.bryantfuneralhome.net to send an online condolence.

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