Troy Marcus Robertson
Troy Marcus Robertson
Troy Marcus Robertson 57 of Mesa, Arizona was granted his angel wings on July 15, 2018. He departed suddenly while doing something he loved, playing softball with his church family and oldest daughter, Heather.
Troy was born September 25, 1960, in Macomb, IL and grew up in Sterling, IL. He married Carrie Cullinan in Mesa, Arizona on February 14, 2010. At the time of his death he was retired. Troy was an active member of Christ’s Church of the Valley (CCV) East Valley campus. He had many accomplishments and successes in life, however his most prized possession was his family. Troy had an enormous heart and a gift for making others smile and laugh. He was a loving and caring person, devoted husband, father, son, brother, uncle, and friend, who was always thinking of others first. He treasured the time spent with family and left behind precious memories for them all to cherish.
Troy is survived by his mother Janie Westra of Gilbert, AZ; father Marvin (Claire) Robertson of Winter Haven, FL; wife Carrie of Mesa, AZ; children Heather (Patrick), Tyler, Shawn, and Faryn all of Mesa, AZ and Grant of East Liverpool, OH; two sisters Lisa (Steve) Sigurdson of Pueblo, CO and Tabitha (Joe) Stacey-Huett of Gilbert, AZ; three brothers Jeff (Lynn) Kilgore of Elgin, SC, Rodney Robertson of North Liberty, IA and Justin (Kristi) Stacey of Gilbert, AZ and several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents Carl and Martha Young, Floyd and Dwella Robertson, and Roy and Anna Stacey, step-father Richard Stacey and brother Faron Robertson.
Cremation rites have been accorded. Services will be held on Wednesday, July 25 at CCV East Valley campus 1330 S. Crismon Rd Mesa AZ 85209. Visitation will start at 3:00pm and Celebration of life at 4:00pm
11 responses to Troy Marcus Robertson
Teresa Porpiglia says:
October 27, 2018
Oh my goodness. I am just so saddened by this news. Here it is 3 months later and I’m just hearing of this. I feel absolutely stunned. My family and I knew Troy from church and of course playing him in softball. He was seriously one of the sweetest humans I’ve ever met. I’m praying for you Carrie and your children ❤️