Oct. 16, 1927 - Jan. 3, 2021
Rocky was a very giving person. He loved to give little children dolls and teddy bears. He was a very gifted pitcher in mens fast-pitch softball. Rocky played in Maine and his team won the state championship in 1955. In 1968, his team in St. Johnsbury won a state championship. When he was 8 years old, he would fish on his father’s boat. His dad was a lobster fisherman in Rockland, Maine. In his early 20s, he learned a trade, drywall. He did ceilings and put up a lot of sheetrock. He was one of the drywall men in 1965, when they taped all of Lyndon State College.
Rocky made friends very easy and had a lot of friends during his late 30s. It was at this time when he met his best friend, Bobby Cliche. They were friends for 56 years. Rocky never saw a McDonald’s that he didn’t like. He liked to flirt with all the girls.
Rocky will be missed by all. There will be no calling hours. Rocky is to be cremated.