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Robert "Robbie" Claud Marlowe

Robert "Robbie" Claud Marlowe
  • November 11, 1962 - September 11, 2017
  • Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
  • Memorials may be made to:
  • Pancreatic Cancer Action Network
    1500 Rosecrans Avenue
    Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
  • Memorials may be made to:
  • Family Support Network of Eastern North Carolina
    www.fsnenc.org

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“Cheryl and family, I am lucky to have meet and known Robbie and will always remember his kindness and willingness to help others. I only met Robbie...Read More »
1 of 32 | Posted by: Doug James - Myrtle Beach, SC

“Robbie was a kind, lively, smart man. He was instrumental in my education during my Cardiology fellowship. I struggled with EP and he made everything...Read More »
2 of 32 | Posted by: Laura Verde - Greenville, NC

“Dear cheryl,my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time,Robbie was such a great guy!We worked together for many years at...Read More »
3 of 32 | Posted by: Alice Meise - Johns island, SC

“Prayers to family and friends. I'm friends with Sandy Elwood and when I read through the obituary, I knew exactly how she would have met him. He...Read More »
4 of 32 | Posted by: Joanna Braman - Palm Harbor, FL

“Leigh, Pam and I are thinking about you. It is never easy to loose someone. Please know if you need to talk or anything else, please let us know. ...Read More »
5 of 32 | Posted by: Gina Pederson Pam Ruff

“Cheryl, Eddie and family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Robbie will always be remembered for his courage and...Read More »
6 of 32 | Posted by: Cheryl Hair - Mount Pleasant, SC

“Robbie was truly one of a kind. While going through a difficult time personally and working out of state the past few years he would message me...Read More »
7 of 32 | Posted by: Nicole Pyles - Greenville, NC

“robbbie was a bright spot in everybody's day whenever he came to wayne memorial. i will miss him a lot. prayers are with you all. ”
8 of 32 | Posted by: beverly pedraza - goldsboro, NC

“Sorry to hear of this sad news - thinking of you all ”
9 of 32 | Posted by: Anna Blythe - Adams Run, SC

“Robbie was the man who can light up a room with his smile, jokes, and personality. Robbie was the man who gives great stories, hugs and compassionate...Read More »
10 of 32 | Posted by: Batt & Makiko Masterson - NC

“To know Robbie for any length of time meant you knew he was a good man and he adored Cheryl and his family. He was a friend to so many and will be...Read More »
11 of 32 | Posted by: June Fleming - Charleston, SC

“Cheryl and family, I'm really sorry for your loss. Robbie was a lot of fun to be around and will certainly be missed. ”
12 of 32 | Posted by: Aaron Williams - Greenville, NC

“So many memories of good times with Robbie, Cheryl and the greenville gang. Football games, dinners and harkers island. I thank you Robbie Marlowe...Read More »
13 of 32 | Posted by: Mark Renfroe - goldsboro, NC

“I know Robbie and Eddie for time I sure hate to see him gone he was a nice to me every time I seen him he always made time to talk sending prayer to...Read More »
14 of 32 | Posted by: thomas [Buck] gaskins - SC

“Prayers are with Cheryl and the entire family during this difficult time. Robbiw was a good kind man and a great friend. He will not be forgotten ”
15 of 32 | Posted by: Kemp Bonner - Clayton, NC

“My sincere condolences and some words of comfort from Isaiah 57:15 goes out to you and your family. ”
16 of 32 | Posted by: Regie McMillian - Hopkins, SC

“My deepest condolences to Cheryl and Robbie's entire family. I knew Robbie for a much shorter time than most people have, yet I felt like I had known...Read More »
17 of 32 | Posted by: Denise Handlon - Greenville, NC

“I am so sorry to hear that Robbie has left us. I did so enjoy seeing him when he come to do devise checks at the office. He had a smile that...Read More »
18 of 32 | Posted by: Judy Langley - Greenville, NC

“Bert and Loy, we were so sorry to hear of the untimely loss of your son. We are praying for you and your family. ”
19 of 32 | Posted by: Nancy and Mike Inabinet - SC

“The world is a sadder, colder place without Robbie. He will always be in my memories and in my heart. ”
20 of 32 | Posted by: Chuck Bell - Little River, SC

“My husband & I did not know Robbie for very long, but his wonderful personality was bigger than life & he always made us feel welcome in his home. ...Read More »
21 of 32 | Posted by: Robert & Tiffany Brown - NC

“The Sales HR team sends their deepest condolences to all of Robbie's family! ”
22 of 32 | Posted by: Lisa Labriola - Boston, MA

“We are so sorry to hear about the loss of such a special loved one. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Take care, Nick, Marie & Ashley Thompson ”
23 of 32 | Posted by: A friend

“So sorry to hear of Robbie's passing. I have fond memories of him as Leigh's "older brother". Sending out love and prayers to Leigh and all of your...Read More »
24 of 32 | Posted by: Tara Childress Murphy - SC

“So sorry to hear about Robbie passing, I remember him and his sweet smile. We knew each other from church and school. He and his family will be in...Read More »
25 of 32 | Posted by: Laurie (Wallace) Smith - Kershaw, SC

“Our prayers and condolences go with Robbie and your family. Robbie was so impactful in our lives. He encouraged my husband to ask me out on a date....Read More »
26 of 32 | Posted by: Christie Benton and Jay Oswald Benton and Oswald - NC

“Susan, we were so sorry to hear about your father. You and your family are in our prayers. ”
27 of 32 | Posted by: Joan Phillips - Greenville, NC

“Wow where to begin? Robbie and I grew up together in Hobcaw. He was one of the most, loving, giving people I know. He was always upbeat and happy...Read More »
28 of 32 | Posted by: Cricket Richards - Mt. Pleasant, SC

“I so enjoyed a visit with Robbie a year ago when he brought me a jaw bone he had found and he figured I could use it with kids and education. He...Read More »
29 of 32 | Posted by: Robert Hopkins - mt pleasant, SC

“RIP. Ill see you one day again and we can talk shrimp. ”
30 of 32 | Posted by: Gary, Michael , Nikki Onorato

“So sorry to hear this.. I will always remember going to your house as a kid with mom and dad and playing with all of you. Hold your memories close. ”
31 of 32 | Posted by: Bonnie Thomas Morrison - SC

“My Heart hurts with the passing of Robbie. His sweetness, compassion for others his sense of humor, his love of his family and his friends and the...Read More »
32 of 32 | Posted by: wezi Barrineau - Mt Pleaant, SC


Robert "Robbie" Claud Marlowe, 54, of Greenville, North Carolina and Mount Pleasant, SC, passed away Monday, September 11, 2017 surrounded by his family. His Funeral Service will be held Saturday, September 16, 2017 in the Hibben United Methodist Church, 690 Coleman Boulevard at 2:00 pm. Interment will be private. The family will receive friends Friday, September 15, 2017 in J. HENRY STUHR, INC. MOUNT PLEASANT CHAPEL, 1494 Mathis Ferry Road, Mt. Pleasant from 5:00 to 7:00 pm.

Robbie was born November 11, 1962 in Charleston, South Carolina, son of Loy Bell Ballam and the late William Hampton Marlowe. Robbie had a twenty year career as a cardiac device sales representative most recently with Boston Scientific. He also earned a nursing degree from MUSC as well as a business degree from Charleston Southern University. Robbie had a life long passion for the water and was a certified dive instructor for Rum Runners. He was a dedicated board member of the Family Support Network of Eastern North Carolina as well as a supporter and host Dad of the Ulster Project.

He leaves his beloved wife, Cheryl Mills Marlowe of Greenville, NC; his son, William Joseph Marlowe of Raleigh, NC; daughters, Mallory Diane Marlowe of Boston, MA and Susan Kelsey Marlowe of Asheville, NC; his parents, Loy and Bert Ballam; brother, Edward Marlowe and his wife Colleen; sisters Leigh Marlowe and Elizabeth Marlowe Evans and her husband Scott, all of Mt. Pleasant, SC. He is also survived by his in laws Perry and Susan Mills; Claire and Trey Ginn and Perry and Pamela Mills. His nieces and nephews: Kimberly Petersen and her husband Chris, Daniel Ginn, Jenna Marlowe, Hunter Ginn, Hampton Marlowe, Marshall Ginn, Marlowe Moxley, Ryleigh Evans, and Elle Evans. His step-siblings, Renee Ballam, Kelly Ballam,and Bram Ballam and his wife Kathy. He was preceded in death by his father, sister-in-law, Patty Marlowe, and step-sister, Donna Ballam Gonsalves.

Memorials may be made to Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, 1500 Rosecrans Avenue, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 or Family Support Network of Eastern North Carolina, www.fsnenc.org.