Robert Paul Libby (1961 - 2018)

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    - Dennis Warden
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Robert Paul Libby, 56

DAYTONA, Fla. - Robert Paul Libby, 56, died unexpectedly on June 26, 2018, in Daytona Beach, Fla. Bob, or Bobby as he was known, was born in Scarborough, Maine on August 9,1961 to Charles Kenneth Libby and Jessie Gallant Libby.

Bobby attended Scarborough High School and later studied building construction at Southern Maine Vocational Technical Institute (SMVTI). With over 30 years of experience in the floor installation business both in Maine and in Florida, Bobby was known for his prodigious work ethic and his perfectionism on every job, big or small.

He was a lifelong New England sports fan and enjoyed spending time with friends, riding his Harley Davidson, listening to music and playing his guitar. His pride in his children was well-known and he passed on his love for history to his daughter, Angie, and his love of music and motorcycles to his son, Robbie.

He is survived by his daughter, Angela M. Libby and her husband Anwar Ragep of Brooklyn, N.Y. and son Robert C. Libby and his partner Abigail Corn of Portland; ex-wife and mother of his children, Peggy (DePeter) Tardif; brothers Ron, Edward, Kenneth and David Libby and sisters Jeanne Skillings, Donna Leeman and Delores Newman, brother-in-law Gilbert Ross; as well as his loving extended Libby and DePeter families; many dear friends from childhood in Maine, and his second family in Daytona Beach.
In addition to his mother and father, he is predeceased by his sister Janice Anderson and her three sons, Steven, Jimmy and George J. Anderson, brother-in-law Gene Skillings, nephew Jerry Lund, and mother-in-law Calista DePeter, each of whom he loved and missed dearly.

An internment will be held later this summer at Black Point Cemetery in Scarborough.
Published in Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram on July 3, 2018
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