DEXTER – Robert “Robbie” L. Tetreault III, 16, died May 20, 2006, at a Bangor hospital, after complications with muscular dystrophy. He was born May 3, 1990, in Bangor, the son of Robert Jr. and Tracey A. (Saulmer) Tetreault. Robbie was a ninth grade student at Dexter Regional High School. He competed in the Special Olympics, and had proudly earned several gold medals in wheelchair races. He was a member of chorus and enjoyed playing little league. He is survived by his mother, Tracey A. O’Brien and her husband, Tim, of Dexter; his father, Robert Tetreault Jr. and his wife, Jo-Anne Moore-Tetreault, of Charleston; two brothers, Andy O’Brien and Dustin Moore-Tetreault, both of Charleston; two sisters, April O’Brien of Dexter and Abbie Tetreault of Charleston; his paternal grandparents, Robert and Norine Tetreault of Dover-Foxcroft; his paternal stepgrandparents, Wally and Barbara O’Brien of Dexter; his paternal great-grandmother, Florence Tetreault; his aunts, Vicki Chambers and her husband, Geoff, Debbie Saulmer and her friend, Buck, Jean Corkran and her husband, Joel, Marty Richards and her husband, Steve, Janis Tetreault, Dorothy Tetreault, and his aunt and godmother, Candy Saulmer and friend, Bill; his uncles, Chuck O’Brien, Keith Tetreault, and his uncle and godfather, Randy Pullyard. He will be fondly remembered by many cousins and his special friends, Sara, Tyler, Justin, Andy, Vinnie, Brandon, and Tom. Robbie was predeceased by his maternal grandparents, Victor and Gloria Saulmer. Friends are invited to call 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, May 23, at the Lary Funeral Home, Dover-Foxcroft. A celebration of Robbie’s life will be held 4 p.m. Wednesday, May 24, at Dexter Regional High School, with the Rev. William Walters officiating. Robbie’s family asks that guests wear red to honor Robbie. Burial will be at the family lot in Pine Grove Cemetery. Those who wish may make memorial contributions to SAD No. 46, Special Olympics, 60 Abbot Hill Rd., Dexter, ME 04930.