Patricia “Trish” Robbins Parker, age 66, of Fayetteville (Fort Bragg) North Carolina, died peacefully May 3, 2019 at Superior Residences of Cala Hills in Ocala, FL after a long struggle with The Early Onset of Alzheimer’s Dementia. Her husband of nine years, Rob Parker was by her side.
At an early age, Trish and her family moved to Melbourne, Florida. She spent most of the remainder of her life in the Melbourne and The Satellite Beach area. She loved the beach, taking long walks and exercising with her close friends. Indeed, a unique individual, Trish was an expert Angler. Born with the gift of Fly Fishing she worked as a fishing guide navigating the streams and rivers in North Carolina for those who sought her expertise. She was a member of the Melbourne Yacht Club and seasoned navigator who enjoyed sailing the Indian River, the Bahamas and the Deep water off California. She was a gourmet cook, mother of three beautiful children and had the most fun-spirited personality. Trish was truly adventurous. She sought and received her concealed carry permit and became a competent marksman at the Palm Bay Rifle and Pistol club. She was passionate about good music, and loved animals. She graduated from Melbourne High School and went on to obtain her Bachelor’s degree in the Social Studies from Loyola University in New Orleans, Louisiana. She successfully assisted in the management and financial operation of “Rainbow Landscaping Company” for many years and later received a CDL Specialized Drivers License and was employed as Bus Driver for the Brevard County School Board. She married her longtime friend, Rob Parker, on May 1st, 2010 and they enjoyed exercise and relaxing at home with their dogs.
Patricia is survived by her husband, John R. “Rob” Parker, Daughter, Michelle McHugh; Son, Christian Marcher, his wife Willough Jenkins Marcher, and their daughter, Noemie; Her Mother, June White Arbogast and June’s Husband Mickey; Her Step-Mother, Lynn Robbins and Lynn’s Husband C.J. LeBlanc; Sister, Stacy Dantonio and Stacy’s Husband Anthony; and her Brother, Brian Robbins. She is preceded in death by her father, Joseph Robbins and her daughter, Courtney Marcher; Finally, she adores and enjoys many nieces, nephews, cousins, and dear friends.