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Robert Gordon Sharpe III
  • December 25, 1954
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  • March 12, 2018

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Cape Coral, FL-Robert Gordon Sharpe III passed away on March 12, 2018 after a short illness. He was an honored Military Veteran. Robert was a licensed real estate mortgage broker for many years in the Fort Myers, and Cape Coral area. He received a degree from Florida Southwestern State College in 2011 in Respiratory care, National Honor Society, and Lambda Beta society. In 2014 he received a certificate as an Asthma Educator (AEC) from NAECB. He worked for Lee Health.

Preceding him in death were his mother, Mary Jacquelyn (Russell) Sharpe, and father, Robert Gordon Sharpe, Jr.

He is survived by his wife, Diane (Werden) Sharpe; sister, Carolyn (Sharpe) Cone and brother-in-law, Bill Cone of Cummings, GA; Daughter, Kristina Sharpe of Miami, FL; son, Scott Sharpe of Tallahassee, FL; Diane’s son, Benjamin Glick and daughter- in-law, Autumn Glick; Diane’s daughter, Melissa (Glick) Torres, and son-in-law, Jorge Torres; grandsons, Richard, Cole, Tyc, Lucas, and Logan; nephews, Ben Katshor, and Damian Matthews; as well as sister-in laws and brother-in-laws. Robert will be greatly missed by all.

In his spare time, he loved spending time boating, fishing, and gardening; he was admired for his green thumb.

A private family Celebration of Life will be held.

Gifts in memory of Robert may be made to Hope Hospice Development Office;9470 Health Park Circle, Fort Myers, FL 33908.


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  1. 14 Mar 2020
    Kristina Sharpe lit a candle:
    Lit since March 14, 2020 at 3:10:43 AM

  2. 06 Apr 2018
    Barb says:
    A kind and gentle man respected and loved by all that knew him . Our loss is heavens gain but way too soon. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.

  3. 21 Mar 2018
    Jeff Gergen says:
    Very sorry for your loss. Rob was a great guy. He passed way too early.

  4. 21 Mar 2018
    Sheri Abarr says:
    I still can't believe he is gone. I can still hear his laugh and see his amazing smile. He had an amazing green-thumb and was always tinkering. He will be missed by all. Gob Bless.

  5. 19 Mar 2018
    Carol Sharpe Cone says:
    What an awesome man my brother Rob was. We shared so many childhood memories. Putting together models during a rainy day .Building forts in the woods, to many to count. Long summer nights. Staying up late to watch scary movies.
    Rob was a self made man. He had a passion for nature. He would somehow find caves hidden in the Tennessee hills. He would bring home huge stalagmites and stalagtites, fossels of animals that once lived in the ocean. He was inquisitive and fearless to go into that darkness all my himself.
    Rob started his own business in Boston then moved to Florida and became a Real Estate agent. Was not long before he became a broker. He was so smart.
    He loved kayaking with his beloved wife Diane. They share so many memories of enjoying nature. I loved hearing about his adventures. He was a terrific fisherman and so loved sharing this skill with his Grandsons.
    When the real estate market crashed Rob picked himself up and hit the books and went back to school to learn a new profession one which he loved. He did not let lifes hard knocks knock him down. He was going to be successful and he was. He loved working with his patients in the medical field. I as so proud of him.
    I remember when Rob left for the army at a young age how alone and lost I felt without him. That is how I feel now with his passing.
    Gone from this world and into the next is a wonderful man that is missed by so many. He has left behind so many sweet memories.
    When I look at the stars in the night sky I think of Rob.
    I love you Rob

  6. 18 Mar 2018
    Merry Christine (Werden) Hoofnagle says:
    Sending Love and the belief that there is a paradise that we reach after death. Even though we are grieving, we celebrate the salvation of Robert.

  7. 18 Mar 2018
    Merry Christine (Werden) Hoofnagle says:
    There are no right words to express the sorrow of losing a loved one. May you find some solace in the knowledge that you are loved and cherished by your family and friends.

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