Robert F. Tasick, 78, of Vero Beach, Florida went home to our Lord on March 3, 2023. He was residing at the ArdieCopas VA nursing home. The staff there was amazing as they assisted him through the final stages of Parkinson’s disease.
Robert was born in Glen Ridge, New Jersey on August 21, 1944 and was the only son of Frank and Stella Tasick. He grew up in Vermont.
Robert served his country in the United States Navy during Vietnam. He spent most of his life working and living in West Caldwell, New Jersey and New York City as a general contractor. He was most proud of being on the cover of Builders Digest for his work in New York.
He was preceded in death by Marion Tasick, his wife of 35 years. They had retired to Florida together.
He is survived by John, Michelle and Buddy Kista, Marion’s family, of East Hanover, New Jersey. They were very special in his life. He is survived by his son by a former marriage, Sean Tasick of Hackettstown, New Jersey.
Robert is also survived by Patricia Pemberton of Vero Beach. They committed their lives to each other in 2015 on the beach. Robert would want to be remembered for his love of God; music and the beach, which we shared in his latter years.
His ashes will be scattered to join Marion’s on Cape Cod.
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