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Robert L. Michaud 1956-2021

Robert (Bob) L. Michaud of Bristol Ct, born November 05,1956 had passed away at age 65 at Bristol Hospital. He was the son of the late Willard and Simone Michaud of Wolcott Ct.

Bob Worked as a skilled meat cutter throughout Connecticut, a profession passed down by his father and grandfathers from Maine and Canada.

Robert had a great love for the game of hockey and was a life long fan of the Montreal Canadiens. Robert loved to travel and seeing new sights throughout the United States and Canada. You could always find him on any given day basking in the sun reading the newspaper, either in his yard or a local park. Robert had no problem meeting new people and loved sharing jokes or talking current events. His infectious laugh will greatly be missed by all who were blessed to have known him.

Robert leaves behind to carry on in his memory 3 loving daughters, Melissa Davis, Jessica Michaud (Steven Torres) of Waterbury & Ashley Michaud (Nick Bilotti) of Prospect. He was predeceased by his son Wesley Robert Michaud of Waterbury. Robert is also survived by his siblings Brother and Sister-in law Michael and Vickie Michaud of Oakdale IL, Sister and brother-in law Louise and David Sancibrian of Southbury, Carol Weaver of Madison In, His Grandchildren, Olivia Davis (Travis Johnson) of Torrington, Alexis Torres, Elizabeth Torres, Justin Davis, Kayla Timms, Alyssa Timms all of Waterbury and Bentley Bilotti of Prospect, and His Great-grandsons Giovanni Torres and Kai Johnson.

At this time following Roberts' wishes no services have been planned. His daughters will have a celebration of life to include friends and family in early summer 2022. Please contact Melissa at for information.

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Bob and I have known each several years and have become good friends, I’m certainly going to miss hanging out playing pool and cribbage. Bob often talked about his girls and grandkids and loved them all dearly, I will surely miss him! Until we meet again “Uncle Bob”


It's very hard just waking up and realizing I'll never see or talk to you again. Sister's need their brothers and now what will I do? Forever be grateful for all the time we spent together. I Love you my dear Brother Bob.

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