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Robert C Dymon
April 21, 1954 ~ January 7, 2024 (age 69) 69 Years Old
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Robert Clement Dymon, 69, passed away peacefully encircled with the love of his family on January 7, 2024. Bob leaves behind his beloved wife Ellen (Robinson) Dymon, who provided unwavering love and support throughout their 48 years of marriage. He is also survived by his 2 cherished daughters, Jessica (Dymon) MacDonald of Sturbridge, MA, and Crystal Dymon of NH; and his precious grandchildren to whom he was an adoring “Papa”, Payton MacDonald, and Oliver MacDonald; as well as many wonderful friends.
Bob and Ellen were married in 1976, their love was truly an inspiration. Bob had a passion for creating, and combined with his strong work ethic, this evolved into a highly successful contracting business building custom homes for discerning clients, many of which remained lifelong friends. Bob was well respected in the building industry, receiving multiple professional accolades, where his career spanned over 40 years. Bob’s lifelong love of learning and creating helped cultivate his passion for racing and he specialized in race car aerodynamics and fabrication. His diverse knowledge base made him a valued member of many race teams throughout his life, helping to invent new developments in chassis and hood design that are run in NASCAR today.
Bob had a generous heart and as a devout catholic he voluntarily took on the task of maintaining the 20’ cross atop St. Anne’s Shrine in Sturbridge for over 30 years, for which he was fondly nicknamed “the carpenter’s carpenter.” In doing so other churches reached out for his expertise, which he was happy to give.
Most importantly, Bob loved his friends and family and will forever be remembered for his lively and genuine personality. He derived great happiness from every moment spent at the lake pulling tubers for hours on end, endless beach trips with Ellen, snow-skiing with his daughters, spoiling his grandchildren, vacations with his family, and lingering over summer dinners together with family and friends. Bob left an impact on so many who had the privilege of knowing him. His legacy is that of love and devotion to his family and while his absence will leave a profound void, he will be remembered forever.
Calling hours will be held Monday January 15, 2024 from 4-6pm at Sansoucy Funeral Home in Southbridge, MA. A funeral mass will be held at 10:00am on January 16, 2024 at St. Anne St. Patrick Parish in Sturbridge, MA