Robert Michael Paul Roy

September 16, 1979April 28, 2013
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Robert “Bobby” Michael Paul Roy. September 16, 1979- April 28th, 2013. Bobby Roy was unexpectedly taken from us early Sunday morning in Pace Florida where he was stationed. He was a Chief Petty Officer and proud to serve his country for almost 16 years in the United States Navy. Bobby was a graduate of Lisbon High School, class of 1997. Bobby pledged to serve God and his country from an early age. He grew up participating in the Sea Cadets program on the NAS in Brunswick Maine. After graduating from high school, he officially joined the Navy and was stationed to the newest aircraft carrier at the time, CVN 75 Harry S. Truman. During his tenure on the Truman he was temporarily placed on CVN-71 Theodore Roosevelt to assist in the Kosovo conflict. During his career in the Navy he has been stationed at Brunswick Naval Air Base, CVN 69 Dwight D. Eisenhower, CVN 77 George H.W. Bush, CVN-70 Carl Vinson, and most recently NAS Whiting Field outside of Pensacola FL. It was his time served in Brunswick Maine where he met and fell in love with his wife Jessica Heino Roy. They were married in 2004 and have two amazing boys, Christian Michael Keith, and Brady Joseph Jean. The boys were Bobby’s whole life and he was excited to get a shore duty so he knew he could be there for his children. He loved coaching their baseball teams and teaching them numerous sports and life lessons. Bobby was an avid dart player. He won numerous tournaments and accolades as an extremely impressive dart thrower. Bobby could sit down at any drum kit, with any band and play. He was an amazing drummer. A sixteen piece drum kit was no match for him. His dream was to play alongside his favorite drummer Carter Beauford of the Dave Matthews Band. He also loved to play softball and always found a team to play on at every command. Family was everything to Bobby. He talked about them to everyone he would meet, from his love of his parents, to his pride in his brother and sister. No matter how you knew Bobby he always left an everlasting impression on your soul. Bobby leaves behind a very large family of aunts, uncles, cousins and friends, that he loved and cherished and held dear to his heart, his wife and two children, his parents Jane and Don Rivard of Lisbon Maine, a brother Ricky Rivard of San Diego California, a sister Ashley Rivard and her partner Andrew Faucher of Lewiston, a grandmother Joan Sweeney and Godparents Michael and Priscille Parrot of Lewiston. He was predeceased by his father Robert Roy, Brother Michael Paul Roy, Memere and Pepere Rose Roy and Herve J. Roy, Memere and Pepere Cecile and Laurent Rivard, Aunt Cathy Heath, Aunt Theresa Goding and too many other close family members and friends. You are invited to offer condolences and pay tribute to Robert's life by visiting his guest book at

Visitation Fortin Auburn Sunday 2-4 & 6-8. A mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday 11 Am at The Basilica of Ss. Peter & Paul (upstairs church). Committal will follow at St. Peter's Cemetery. Those wishing to make donations in his memory may do so to THE ROBERT ROY MEMORIAL FUND at Pen Air Credit Union. Call 1-877-473-6247 and reference account number 2647753.


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Leslie Saunders

July 9, 2013

Jess and family,
I am so sorry for your loss. You are in our prayers.

REYREY CVN65 Waist Cats

May 19, 2013

Always sad to see this happen toto a fellow ABE. Sorry for the loss. Cheers.

Denise Gauthier

May 16, 2013

My sympathies go out to the Roy/Rivard family on the untimely death of Robby.

May 7, 2013

Another Angel taken, my prayers goes out to wife, kids and family. My God give you peace and understanding.

May 6, 2013

The world lost A Chief, A Husband, and Father.... We are heartbroken for your whole family. You are in our thoughts and prayers. God Bless~ ETC (SW/AW) Charles and Erika Brancato

john st.amant

May 6, 2013

hey rob its johnny, theres nothing i can say or do to make anyone feel better about this situation and its rough to know your gone. all i can do is just remember all the great times we had together playing baseball and football as kids. theres so much i feel like i should be saying but im not very good at putting my feelings into words so im just going to say if theres anything you want me to do or need me to do to help out your family send me a sign buddy and il be all over it. your friend always johnny st.amant

Joshua Wagg

May 6, 2013

One of the best men I have known. You will never be forgotten, you touched so many lives in such a short time. Amazing father, husband, and Son.

OSCS(AW/SW) Matthew and Jess Trimble

May 5, 2013

Jess & Family,

I still remember the first time I met Bobby, his smilie lit up the room. Matthew & I are so heartbroken and sorry for your loss. A wonderful man taken away too soon. We are honored to be able to call you both friends and Navy family. We pray that you are surrounded with the peace and comfort of God during this difficult time and the days ahead. Rest in peace Chief Roy. You will be missed.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all always.

May 5, 2013

you and your family are in my thoughts i'll never forget bobbby sittn' in at the cage we had a ball and thats the way i'll always remember bob your friend and again my deepest regrets denny breau

Jette Bourget

May 5, 2013

This was such a tragedy to such a blessed child, his love for life was a gift he shared with all he touched. My prayers to the family he so dearly loved and his friends that he made his family. He will have a special place in my heart always. Love and embrace the comfort from God to all those he knew through his short life