Kim Main

1962 - 2017
CHINA - Kim Starr Main, 54, died on Oct. 26, 2017, at Maine Medical Center, Portland.
She was born Nov. 29, 1962, the daughter of Barbara Maschino and Everett Main Sr.
Kim's number one priority was always family and keeping the family strong. She was a good friend to all and was very loving and accepting of others. She had a deep faith in God. Kim was an excellent cook and loved cooking for her kids and grandkids (especially the family recipe of spaghetti and meatballs).
Her little Chihuahua mix, Buddy, always brought a smile to her face. She loved all the family pets. Over the years Kim enjoyed playing bingo with her mother, family and friends. Kim was a shining star, sharing her light and love generously with all who crossed her path. She was particularly fond of Toby Keith and his music.
Kim worked as a CRMA for many years. Kim genuinely loved and cared for everyone she worked with. Patients often asked for her specifically to care for them. She also worked in the mental health field. Kim loved her job and taking care of others. She found her work very fulfilling and gratifying. 
Kim was predeceased by her father Everett P. Main Sr. She is survived by her children, Brandy Dickens and finance Stephen Lewis of Belgrade, Alex Soucy and wife Christina Soucy of China, Justin Main and finance Carissa Bergeron of Kennebunkport; her mother, Barbara Maschino, and stepfather Richard Maschino of Pittston; siblings, Everett (Butch) Main, Jr. of Bath, Cindy Lyford of Augusta, Auta Main and wife Marianne Roth of Gardiner, Randall Main and wife Louise Lamarque Main of Pittston, Melody Main and wife Brenda Greczkowski Adler of Hallowell, Kevin Main and wife Judy Wilson Main of Topsham, Tina Dewsnap and husband Arthur (Rusty) Dewsnap, III of Dresden and Kim Abbott and husband David Abbott of Gardiner. Kim is also, survived by seven grandchildren.
Visiting hours will be Friday, Nov. 3, from 5 - 8 p.m. at Kincer Funeral Home, 130 Pleasant Street, Richmond. Funeral will be Saturday Nov. 4, at 11:00 a.m. at Kincer Funeral Home, 130 Pleasant St., Richmond.

The family has designated the American Cancer Society for 
Memorial Contributions