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Official Obituary of: Robert M. Goddard, 54, on June 24, 2022

Robert M. Goddard, 54, on June 24, 2022

PLAINVILLE – Robert M. Goddard, 54, of Plainville passed away Friday, June 24, 2022 unexpectedly at home. 

Born January 25, 1968 in Oldenburg, Germany to Robert E. Goddard and Brigitte (Neotzel) Goddard of Attleboro.

Robert grew up in Plainville and attended King Philip High School in Wrentham.  He lived in Mansfield for 10 years before moving to Plainville in 1979.

He was currently employed with McNamara Trucking in Walpole as a Heavy Equipment Operator.

Robert was a lover of technology, he never went anywhere without his tablet. He had a passion for cars, motor sports, drag racing, gaming and he loved his career but his biggest passion and joy in his life was his son Robert.

Robert was predeceased by his father Robert E Goddard. He is survived by his mother Brigitte (Neotzel) Goddard of Attleboro, his son Robert S Goddard, Ramstein Air Base, Ramstein Germany; a brother, Michael P. Goddard and his significant other Mary Murphy of Attleboro; a nephew, Michael A. Goddard of Attleboro; aunts and uncles Lynn and Dave McGee of Attleboro and Jimmy and Joyce Vitello of Whitinsville, several cousins and many friends.

There will be a celebration of Life July 10, 2022. Further details will be forthcoming.

 

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  • I still can’t believe you are gone. I miss your calls and your support. Rest in peace. We got your back. Lil Rob is ok and we will be here for him. You will forever live on with all of us. Saw Big Red today in norwood and my heart broke knowing you were not behind the wheel. 

  • So very sorry for your loss, remember Robert from high school. He did love his cars. ??

  • So sorry to hear of your loss. Lots of love, prayers and healing thoughts to the entire family. 

  • So terribly sorry for your loss. I met Bob about 30 years ago. Nice guy and I remember him as Nitrous Bob & lots of Boulevard memories. Rest peacefully my friend.

  • “BIG BOB” as my children have always called him, will be so greatly missed. Such a good hearted man.  He always loved to talk about his younger years and had so many stories to tell. Most of all he loved speaking of his son, Rob. He is one proud father.  May you Rest In Peace my friend, until we meet again.

  • So very sorry to your entire family. Robert was such a sincere guy and his son was his life. 

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  1. So very sorry to your entire family. Robert was such a sincere guy and his son was his life. 

  2. “BIG BOB” as my children have always called him, will be so greatly missed. Such a good hearted man.  He always loved to talk about his younger years and had so many stories to tell. Most of all he loved speaking of his son, Rob. He is one proud father.  May you Rest In Peace my friend, until we meet again.

  3. So terribly sorry for your loss. I met Bob about 30 years ago. Nice guy and I remember him as Nitrous Bob & lots of Boulevard memories. Rest peacefully my friend.

  4. So sorry to hear of your loss. Lots of love, prayers and healing thoughts to the entire family. 

  5. So very sorry for your loss, remember Robert from high school. He did love his cars. ??

  6. I still can’t believe you are gone. I miss your calls and your support. Rest in peace. We got your back. Lil Rob is ok and we will be here for him. You will forever live on with all of us. Saw Big Red today in norwood and my heart broke knowing you were not behind the wheel. 

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