Let the memory of Robert Marth be with us forever
  • 53 years old
  • Born on April 8, 1965 in Detroit, Michigan, United States.
  • Passed away on June 10, 2018 in North Port, Florida, United States.

It is with great sadness that the family of Robert "Rob" Lee Marth of North Port, announces his passing after a short battle with cancer on Sunday, June 10, 2018 at the age of 53.

Rob was born on April 8, 1965. He will be forever remembered by his wife and best friend Jessica. Hospice of Tidewell made it possible for Rob and Jessica to exchanged their wedding vows preceding his death on June 1, 2018. Rob was a loving father and grandfather and leaves behind his children Chris Shoupe (Lisa), Harvey Marth, Heidi Marth (Kevin), Marie Marth (Scott) Austin Palmer and Grace Marth. He is survived by ten grandchildren, Dominic, David, Daniel, Keegan, Aubrey, Holly K, Cameron, Jordan, Jaden and Beta. He leaves behind many other family members and friends who he thought of as family.

Rob had a pure joy for life and loved to work with his hands. Rob had a natural knack of fixing broken things and throughout his life, he worked on homes, cars, motorcycles, and boats. He enjoyed bird watching feeding squirrels and walks in the park.

Rob's celebration of life will be held at 6:00 PM on Wednesday, June 20 at Nippino Trail Park, Nokomis FL

This memorial website was created in memory of Robert "Rob" Marth. We will remember him forever. 

You are welcome to share your stories, thoughts and memories of him.

Posted by ICS Cremation And Funeral... on 7th July 2018
Rest in peace Rob
Posted by Monica Lazar on 21st June 2018
Sending love and condolences to all of Robs family and friends. Another life cut to short. I was fortunate enough to have the chance to form a friendship with Rob over some years. You will truly be missed and I know you are at peace. Not only is there love for you left here on earth but there is so much love awaiting your presence in heaven as well. Fly high Rob...you can now live without limits. Hug those who we have all been without and celebrate eternity. Gone but never forgotten. Much love and I'll miss you my friend. "Dancing in the sky"
Posted by Bobbijo Whiting on 19th June 2018
My dear brother in law Robert,which you are one of my oldest friends in my life Rob you fought many battles inyour short lived years I know when grap was fighting his battle and my Dad was in your home staying with you and Vivian at that time you were with Viv my sis I miss her to so very much but I can remember u saying to me Bob if I ever get like grandpa Harvey please let it take me fast so I don't have to feel the pain and watching my loved ones having to watch me die im so very sorry Robert that God took you so young im sorry your daughters have to now go threw there life's without there Daddy and im sorry that the Bobys your boys and there boys won't have there dad and there grand dad to help them threw there troubles threw there life's im hating this part of life having to say good bye to a loved one that is so hard to do but I no now that your going to see my Dad which was a lot like your dad to after all you were a young teen agervwhen u came into my family's life's giving me great neaces and nephews and grassie and Andrew too we all love you and miss you too intil we meet again on the other side give my dad and sister vivian a Hugh hug and kiss from me threw you my brother I wish I could of told u how much I really did care Robert I cared im sorry I didn't ever say I cared and u we're like a brother to me and my sister vivian loved u just as your new wife Jessica loves u too your free fly high be free no worries now no pain be the angle above us watching over us letting us be safe love u forever your little sister Bobbijo shoupe whiting
Posted by Dianne Crockett on 15th June 2018
To our son, To our dear Bobby in heaven we just want you to know that you are always in our thoughts. And how much we love you so. We know you are in God's care. That is how it should be. I know when we get to heaven, God will give you back to us. Love you Mom, Dad, Kenny, Terrie, and Tonya
Posted by Maureen Stoff on 14th June 2018
Rob, already in Our Fathers house-Loved you from the first day we met you. Your warm,friendly personality,and over the years your love for Jessica and baby Grace,we will miss you so much-Till we meet again. Heaven is rejoicing. We will always think about you and keep the memories alive-Love you,Ed & Maureen
Posted by Laurie Worth on 14th June 2018
Dear Rob, Although I did not know you very well, I have cried many tears over your passing. I DO know that you were a gentle and kind man. A man slow to anger and quick to love. A wonderful and proud father. A loving husband. A good son-in-law. A very grateful man, who appreciated the small things and did not yearn for what he did not have. I am happy your crossed our family's path. You loved on our Jessica. You gave us Gracie. You fathered Austin. We got to meet some of your lovely family. Everyone who met you liked you. Rest in Peace, dear Rob. No more pain. I know that you committed your life to God and that He welcomed you with open arms and that you have all the love to sustain you -till you meet your loved ones again. My deepest sympathies to all of Rob's family. "The Lord is near to the broken hearted and saves the crushed in spirit" Psalm 34.18. Until we meet again, Rob.
Posted by Jessica Nicole on 14th June 2018
Babe, aka Dada, I can’t believe I’m writing on a memorial for you my love... let me just tell you, you are beyond missed...I go to sleep thinking of you, and wake up looking for you...we both do... You were the most amazing, devoted, loving, husband, father, and friend. Everyone loved “Rob”. I want you to always remember LOVE never dies! We love you and miss you beyond words. Love Always .. Baby Gracie(2) Austin (16) Fly high babe & SIP.... see you again someday... love Mrs. Jessica Marth and Baby Girl...& Austin
Posted by Jessica Marth on 14th June 2018
Rob, I'm really going to miss you. I already miss you. You have touched my life with your love of life... and appreciation for the smallest things in life. You were the answers to a mother's prayer... to have someone love and cherish my daughter, and you did that. I know I'll see you again someday, but for now... you will live forever in our hearts and memories. I'm thankful you are no longer suffering. I know that new room in our Father's house is awesome, and yes - you can call me mom! xo
Posted by Deborah Reynolds on 14th June 2018
Thoughts and prayers for all his family. Remember all the good times you had with him and he is not suffering anymore. Fly high and RIP. George and Deborah Reynolds.

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