Robert “Bobby” Bryan Fenderson
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Robert “Bobby” Bryan Fenderson , 68, passed away after a long struggle with cancer with his loving family by his side at a Machias hospital on February 22, 2019 . He was born June 9, 1950 the son of the late Harold and Julia (Burke) Fenderson. He married his wife Marilyn (Seavey) Fenderson February 7, 1976. Throughout his life he worked at Dicenzo's, Guilford Industries, in the woods, and for the Town of Perry. He was hired by the Department of Transportation where he was a laborer, truck driver, and became supervisor, retiring after 26 years of employment. He then helped his brother-in-law Allan Seavey for 10 years at Seavey Construction. In his spare time he enjoyed riding around, and hanging out at local garages, including his brother Dana's while family and friends had their “Town Meetings”, as the guys call it. He had a love for old cars, especially his own.
In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by two brothers – Donald and Terry ; a sister Belinda Trott ; father-in-law Earle Seavey, and a brother-in-law Richard Seavey.
He is survived by his loving wife of 43 years, Marilyn ;a daughter Angel and her fiance Mike of Biddeford ; a son Brian and fiancee Ariel of Dennysville; grandsons – Ryan of Biddeford , Tyler and Fiancee Connie, and Trever and girl friend Justine of Dennysville; a granddaughter Mackenzie of Biddeford ; brothers- Alan and wife Valerie of Charlotte , Malcolm and wife Marion of Westbrook,, and Dana of Edmunds ; Brothers-in-law -Gordon and wife Jeanne of Alexander , Kenneth of Richmond , Allan and wife Shelley of Dennysville ; sisters-in-law Sandra and husband Loring Mattheson of Dennysville, Carolyn and husband Jack Nicholas of Dennysville , Cindy and husband Charlie Davis of Calais , and his mother-in-law Mary Seavey. He will also be missed by many aunts, uncles, nieces , nephews, cousins, and friends.
Graveside services will he held in the spring at the Dennysville Cemetery.
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