Mark D. Robidoux

November 9, 1961 ~ October 14, 2018 (age 56)

Mark David Robidoux born November 9,1961 passed away suddenly in his home on

October 14, 2018.  Mark is survived by his wife Susan Gallego Robidoux,

three sons Michael Medeiros, Daniel Robidoux and Patrick Robidoux and

four beautiful daughters, Emily Robidoux, Krystie Medeiros wife of

Michael, Gina Anderson Robidoux wife of Patrick and Ms. Leigh Cordeiro

better half to Daniel Robidoux. Mark leaves behind two gorgeous

grandchildren which were his true joy, Miss Bella Krystine Medeiros and

Master Jackson George Medeiros.  Mark is the son of Henry J. Robidoux,

Jr, M.D. and the late Anne Marie (Daige) Robidoux.  Gone too soon, Mark

also leaves behind a brother, John Robidoux, and two sisters, Mary Kate

Villacres and Ms. Peach Robidoux along with several nieces and nephews.


Mark taught Art at Compass School for over a decade and was loved by his

students and respected by his colleagues.  He left the teaching

profession to work for Resources for Human Development as direct support

staff to spread his gentle, unconditional acceptance and caring ways to

several of his clients whom he truly  loved, Mark, Mike, Caleb and

Tess.  Because there was always room in his heart for more, he sought

out yet another addition to his "work family" in the wonderful Ms. Leah

with whom he would shop, negotiate, cook and dine with on Monday,

Tuesday and Friday evenings.


Mark loved his family and spending time with his adult children and

grandchildren was always top priority.  He loved all mediums of art,

music and concepts of inclusion, respect and kindness.  He loved his

save-a-lab Phineas George Labidoux and the occasional Guinness.  He

enjoyed reading, writing Haiku, creating art from found objects and

helping people in anyway possible. Mark's kind and gentle way

immediately brought you into his fold where all who knew him were

happily and warmly embraced. The impact of his passing is powerful on

all who knew him and lucky now are the people who never had the pleasure

for they are not feeling the pain we are all enduring at this time.

Peace to you Mark David Robidoux, you were loved by all who knew you.

Love us. Calling hours will be Friday October 19, 2018 in the funeral home to which relatives and friends are invited.

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