Robert “Robby” Bradley Butchello

December 18, 2023
Robert “Robby” Bradley Butchello

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Robert “Robby” Bradley Butchello, age 30, passed away on December 18th, 2023. Robby was born in Olean, New York, and attended grade school there until 7th grade. His family then moved to Williamsburg, Virginia, where he completed school and graduated from Bruton High School in 2011. He had the biggest heart and wanted to give all he could. He would take care of people without them even asking. His smile would light up a room. He had a passion for art and enjoyed using this to express his feelings to loved ones. He is survived by his parents, Bradley & Jill Butchello (New Kent, VA), sister, Ashley Butchello (Richmond, VA), brother, Anthony Butchello (Williamsburg, VA), maternal grandparents, Bob & Bonnie Porcello (Loudon, TN), paternal grandparents, Harvey & Linda Galloway (Lexington, VA), and numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins.

A celebration of life will be held on Friday, December 22nd, 2:00 pm at the Moose Lodge off of Richmond Road in Williamsburg, VA. In lieu of flowers, the family is asking to donate to your local addiction center, such as the Salvation Army, which provided treatment throughout Robby’s life.

Robby, you will be missed deeply and will forever be in our hearts. May you rest in peace.

Celebration of Life

Friday, December 22, 2023
2:00 PM

Williamsburg Moose Lodge - Directions
5429 Richmond Road
Williamsburg , Va 23188

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    Sharon Lee DelValley says:
    Robbie lived with me for over a year. He rented out my second bedroom. He had use of the kitchen and all the rooms in the house. Being 75 , I would have a list every day. So when I got up he would hear me and get up. I have a cat, and a bird and a fish on the table. So every day we had a list that we would leave on the counter of things we needed. Well off we would go, to the clinic, then Walmart, he loved , Walmart, then the vape store for him, and get his poky man cards, and then I never knew when I would get home. When his Dad would stop in he would bring the Greatest food, and we would compare receipes. Jill, that sweetheart did my hair, and we would have a glass of wine at their house, and Brad would be there. I was invited to Thanksgiving Dinner at their house one year and I met Jill's Mom and Dad, his Sister, and Brother, and we all told 'Great Stories. We laughted and cryed with tears over so much fun. Robbie met all my family as time went by. Good luck God, you will never have a dull moment. Love ya Sharon!

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