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ROBERT CAMERON TROUT of Lanoka Harbor, NJ passed away unexpectedly on September 20, 2023 at the age of 27 doing what he loved, riding his motorcycle.
He is predeceased by his brother Mitchell, both grandfathers, and three uncles.
He leaves behind his loving parents Scott and Deborah Trout. His older brother and mentor Chris and partner Danielle Fedon along with their children Lucas and Zoey. His younger brother and best friend Matthew and his partner Anastacia Cornelius. Robert's committed and loving girlfriend Ashlee Barber. Two caring grandmothers Betty Trout Liu and Maryanne La Morte. Godfather Charles King and Godmother Debbie Romano-Molloy. As well as many aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Robert graduated from Lacey Township High School, he started college, but found an interest within the family business at County Alarm Systems. While taking courses to continue in the alarm industry, he thought about returning to school for "High Voltage" education as well.
"Robby" or "Robbie" (depending on who you ask.) took pride in everything that he did, if he didn't know how to do it, you bet he would learn how to without reading the manual! With everything from alarm panels to his first love, his car "SUBIE", he took the time to take it apart and put it back together again, his way. Money and material things were expendable to him, it was the moments, that's how he measured life. Robby's quiet voice was triumphed by his screaming engines!! You would always know when he was rolling up and leaving.
Robby recently accomplished some goals that he was very proud of. These were the steppingstones to the foundation of building his future family and home with his loving girlfriend Ashlee. He was a man of integrity, who would always be there when anybody he knew needed him. He put himself last to ensure those he loved and cared about were happy and comfortable. His unique sense of humor, vibrant upbeat personality, sincere smile, and his loving presence would always light up any room that he walked into, even if it was just for a second. Robby was a man of honor who always had his chest held high for everyone he came across in his life, he was filled with love and compassion. Robert's pride is one that is so strong and rare that it can be felt even after his life has passed, rest in peace, our Gentle Giant. We will always love you!