Robert L Grenier, age 86 of Vero Beach, Florida passed away on June 24, 2023 from cerebral atherosclerosis.
Robert was born in Manchester, New Hampshire on February 9, 1937 to Adonias and Lillian Grenier.
Robert has been a resident of Vero Beach for 11 years, coming from Auburn, New Hampshire. Robert graduated from Auburn Elementary School. Robert was married to Shirley A Grenier on November 22, 1956.
Robert worked for AG New England for 44 years. He was also a volunteer firefighter in Auburn for 50 years.
Robert enjoyed gardening, working on projects for others, and talking with anyone who walked his way.
Robert is survived by his wife Shirley of 66 years, his son Richard Grenier and wife Karin Grenier, his grandchildren Celina Smith, Sonja Reynolds, Lukas Grenier, and Gabrielle Ramp, his 13 great grandchildren, and his sister Lorraine Croteau.
Robert was predeceased by his parents Adonias and Lillian Grenier, his sister Claire Mitchell.
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