Robert Benoit Obituary, Death – Robert R. “Bob” Benoit, who had lived in Auburn for a very long time, passed away quietly and lovingly into the arms of God on Tuesday, January 17, 2023, at the Rose Monahan Hospice Home in Auburn. Mr. Benoit had resided in Auburn for a very long time. Mr. Benoit has called the city of Auburn home for a significant amount of time. At the period in question, Bob had established his permanent abode in Auburn after having done so there for a significant chunk of his life. Even though he is now 96 years old, he shows no symptoms of slowing down in any way. He was of the belief that the town of Auburn would be his home for the indefinite future and that this would be his permanent place of abode.
His wife of more than four decades, Elizabeth A. “Betty” (Shenkowski); his children Kimberlee Aldrich and her husband Robert, Robin Pineault and her husband Ronald, Jill Sullivan and her husband Jay, and Christopher Robert Benoit and his wife Pamela McLaughlin; his step-children Richard Hannan and his wife Sue, Gail Morello and her husband Dom, Lynn Medeiros and her husband Bob, and Nancy Symczak and her husband John; and his grandchildren His Kim ber At the BRITTON – WALLACE FUNERAL HOME in Auburn, Massachusetts, which can be found at 91 Central St. in Auburn, Massachusetts, there will be a calling hour held on Monday, January 23, 2023, from 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM.
The date and time of this event have not yet been determined. Auburn, Massachusetts is the location of the funeral home’s physical location. There has not been a choice made about the time or day that this event will take place as of yet. Following the conclusion of the calling hour, there will be a Mass said in St. Joseph’s Church, which can be found at 189 Oxford Street; the location of the church was mentioned in the phrase that came before this one. It is going to be eleven o’clock in the morning when the beginning of the Mass is going to take place.