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Robert Bruce Thibaudeau

Robert Bruce Thibaudeau
  • December 15, 1942 - February 8, 2020
  • Charleston, South Carolina
  • Memorials may be made to:
  • Church of The Nativity Catholic Church
    1061 Folly Road
    Charleston, SC 29412

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Mark and I are so sorry for your loss!! Bob was really something! We enjoyed him so much when we had the opportunity to get together! He was an enthusiastic supporter of wooden boats and loved that he love to share the experience of the antique and classic boats with all!! Mark will never forget his trip with Bob on the ole Charmer!! Bob leaves such a great memory in our lives!! Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you Kane and the family!


Posted by: Mark and Sherry Bayne - Wilmington, NC - Friend   Feb 13, 2020

My heart is still reeling...we ( Bobs marine industry friends) are stunned and so at a loss. Such a wonderful soul. A huge void that will never be filled. Prayers to his lovely wife and children.Heartbroken.


Posted by: Peter Kohn - Mt.Pleasant   Feb 12, 2020

Love & prayers to each of you.


Posted by: SHEREE PITTMAN - LENOIR CITY, TN   Feb 12, 2020

Praying got gives you peace and understanding.


Carol and Andy Beckwith
James Island


Posted by: A friend   Feb 12, 2020

To the Thibaudeau family,
We are very sorry to hear of your loss.We hope your memories comfort you through these difficult times.All of you are in our thoughts and prayers.God Bless.


Posted by: Jimmy & Patty Hayes - Edisto Island, SC   Feb 12, 2020

Bette and I send our sympathy and prayers to K'anne, Emily, Sarah, Kate and Family in your loss of Bob. He was a true Friend from the time he moved to James Island. He will be missed by All.


Posted by: Jimmy and Bette Kimbrell - James Island, SC - Friend   Feb 12, 2020

My deapest sympathy and prayers to Kanne and daughters. Bob was a good friend that I was privileged to know and share work experience and jobs. I never will forget him.


Posted by: Peter Copleston - Charleston, SC - Friend   Feb 11, 2020