Robbie Lee Suttle

March 19, 1969 ‒ October 11, 2017

Delaware, Ohio

Robbie Lee Suttle 48 of Delaware passed away unexpectedly Wednesday afternoon October 11, 2017 at his residence.

He was born March 19, 1969 in Columbus, Ohio the son of the late William & Bonnie (Henderson) Suttle. Robbie attended Westerville South High School. He was employed by Meijer as a Parking lot attendant, and was a member of the Knights of Columbus Council 1056, Delaware. Most recently this past spring during Easter Vigil Mass, Robbie was baptized and became a proud member of the St. Mary’s Catholic Church.

Left to cherish his memory are sisters Paula Suttle, and Vicky (Joe) Christy; brothers Bob (Jill) Suttle, and Jeff (Brandi) Suttle; lifelong friend Martin Rall; numerous nieces, nephews, great nieces, and nephews, and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his parents, and brother Billy Mort .

Robbie was known as a quiet and soft spoken individual on any given day, but when it came to sports that all changed. Robbie found joy in watching all sports, including nascar, and wrestling, But Robbie was also known as an extreme Ohio State Buckeyes Fan. Ushering the football games for over 10 years got Robbie up close to the action, which he loved, and he was never shy to yell “O-H” to someone wearing buckeye attire walking down the street, just to hear them yell back “I-O” and smile.

A memorial gathering of family and friends will take place Sunday October 15th from 5:00- 7:00 p.m. at Rev Café 7679 East Main Street, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068.

A memorial mass will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be directed towards the family to assist with expenses.

To share a fond memory or to leave a message of condolence please visit

  • Robbie was in RCIA with my husband Gary. He always sat next to us. I would see him often at Meijer and always enjoyed stopping to talk with him. He was such a nice, quiet man and I feel blessed to have the opportunity to know him. You could see in his face that he was so excited to become a Catholic. May you find peace and comfort knowing he got to make this final journey in his faith. May God bless each one of you!

  • Robbie was a very quiet and special man. I’m honored to have gotten to know him while he was going through RCIA. I’m so glad he found his faith and I know that he is being loved and cared for on this journey home to the Lord. Special blessings to you Robbie.

  • Oh my so sorry to hear of this unexpected tradgedy!! Hugs and prayets for all his lives ones!! Rob was truly a member of our family like a brother to me and my husband Tony. My husband lost his best bud the day Rob passed and will never be the same. We will never let your memory die. Have fun catching up with my brother Ray (one of his best friends) a hug from us. Peace, until we see you again, we love ya Rob ♡

  • Robbie was a gentle kind soul. As his cousin I will miss him greatly. Robbie you are loved so much by your family and friends. You will be forever in my heart , never to be forgotten . Love you Robbie. Rest in Peace. Love Bobbie….

  • Please accept my deepest sympathy for your loss. The Bible has proven to be the best source of encouragement to cope with such a difficult time. The Bible at
    2 Corinthians 1:3, 4 will truly provide comfort for the loss of your loved one. Our heavenly Father is not limited by anything or anyone and therefore has at his disposal whatever means are needed to provide comfort for those who love him. I truly hope you find comfort from God’s word the Bible.