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2019 Obituaries

Cleo K. Chancellor

Cleo K. Chancellor

Richmond-Cleo K. Chancellor, 75, passed away on December 22, 2019 after a long term medical condition.

She is survived by her brother Gilman Hinkley and wife Maxine of Richmond,
sisters Emelene Fickette and husband Charles of Farmingdale, Marita Miller of Boothbay, Dolores Emmons of Topsham, sons Dallas W Staples Jr., and Dean Staples, both of Richmond, sister in law Hazel Hinkley of Bowdoinham, plus several grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Cleo was predeceased by her son Winthrop C. Staples of Fayette.

A celebration of her life is planned for Saturday, April 11th 2020, from 11am to 3pm at the Enterprise Grange, Richmond.

Arrangements are undue the care of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, Me 04357.

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Nancy Cote

CoteNANCY “RUSTY” HORNING COTE
7/17/56-12/21/2019

Dresden-Rusty Cote, beloved and devoted wife of Richard Ryan Cote, succumbed to a rare, painful neurological disease caused by cancer.

She was born and raised in the South and later schooled in Maine.

Rusty was was easy to love, hard to break and impossible to forget. She had Southern charm, Yankee practicality and had a deft touch with her staff and co-workers.

She was married to Ryan for nearly 45 years, he claimed she was the finest assembly of stardust he’d ever come across. They share a wonderful daughter, Jill, and adoring grandchildren.

Rusty retired as Computer Help Desk Manager from Computer Science Corporation and focused on her River Health & Fitness Ctr., part of her and Ryan’s businesses.

Effortlessly beautiful, guileless and open spirited, Rusty is mourned by 100’s of friends who will miss her incredible warmth, comforting smile and selfless spirit. Her days will be measured in hearts won rather than years.

Celebration of her life will be held at the Dresden Richmond United Methodist Church, Saturday, January 4th at 11 am.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Nancy Cote’s River Foundation, 38 Perry Drive Dresden Maine!

Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, Me 04357

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Elaine Claire Seuss Jameson

Mom blue skyBowdoinham- Elaine Claire Seuss Jameson, 87, passed at her home on December 1, 2019 with her children at her side.

Elaine was born on February 17, 1932 in Clinton, MA, the daughter of George "Jake" and Emma (Kunst) Seuss; the youngest of five siblings.

Elaine graduated from Peter Bent Brigham Hospital School of Nursing, Boston and was a registered nurse of 3 years. She shared many wonderful memories of her younger years with friends and family at the family's camp on Rocky Pond.  She met Robert "Bob" Shaw Jameson in Boston and they married September 12, 1953. Robert was in the United States Army as a cartographer, served in the Korean war in Italy before being transferred to Washington D.C.  They then moved to Maine and raised four children.  

A talented craftswoman, she worked for many years knitting Christmas stockings for Christmas Cove Designs.  She also branched out to make her own creations as Elaine In Maine; designing children's sweaters, sold all around the world, including one that made its way to the Japanese Royal family.  

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June E. Caton

June CatonWiscasset-June E (French) Caton, 84, died on November 17, 2019 at her home.

She was born in Exeter, NH on June 21, 1935 the daughter of Frank and Thelma (Seavey) French. She moved frequently during her childhood years, but settled in Wiscasset in 1952, where she met Charles Caton. They were married on June 21, 1954 while he was on leave from the Navy.


June was a member of the Newcastle/Alna Baptist Church, TOPS Alna, Wiscasset Senior Center, Richmond Golden Oldies Senior Center, lifetime member of American Legion Auxillary; pitcher for Wiscasset Women's softball team for 20 yrs, candlepin bowling league member, MS Walk participant and volunteer for 20 yrs.

She enjoyed: Camping with her husband Charles, dogs Scooter and Sarah, family and friends at Cathedral Pines Campground in Eustis; playing cribbage and other games; spending time with family and friends; avid
Red Sox, Celtics, and Patriots fan; spending time at Ship's Chow Hall in Wiscasset and going to church. 

June had a variety of jobs over the years: apple picking for 21 years at orchards in Wiscasset, Walpole, Damariscotta, and Dresden; worked at local restaurants in Wiscasset, self-employed lawn care, and seasonal work at a local seafood market.

She was predeceased by Charles, her husband of 57 years in 2011; her parents Frank and Thelma French, sisters Arline Davis and Pauline York, brothers Bob Seavey, Donald French, and beloved sister-in-law Virginia Gavett.

June is survived by her daughters: Terrie Banker of Wiscasset, Linda McKeen and husband James of Topsham; Grandchildren: Michael Thompson and
wife Heidi of Rockwood TN, Jason Banker of Augusta, Jamie Wade and husband Rob of Vassalboro, Kacy Gold and husband Clint of Wiscasset; Greatgrandchildren: Hannahmarie Thompson of Rockwood TN. Kassidy, Alana, Robbie, and Declan Wade of Vassalboro, Acacia and Elincia Gold of
Wiscasset; Sister: Mae Santos of New Gloucester; many nieces, nephews, and dear friends.

There will be a graveside service at Woodlawn Cemetery in Wiscasset in
the spring.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Newcastle/Alna Baptist Church, 254 Head Tide Rd., Alna, ME 04535
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Helen M. Ruby

Helen RubyBowdoin-Helen M. Ruby, 79, died on Friday, December 13, 2019 at Mid-Coast Hospital in Brunswick, surrounded by her loving husband and family.

She was born in Brunswick, Maine, June 3, 1940 daughter of Anna A. White and George C. Holt.

Helen enjoyed hunting, fishing, and camping with her family and friends. She made many trips to Seboomook Campground on Moosehead Lake. She also enjoyed playing bingo at the Richmond American Legion with many special friends.

She worked in shoe shops throughout the local area. Helen also was a stay at home mom and enjoyed gardening, canning and raising her family.

Helen was predeceased by her parents Anna and George; her step father Robert Lavallee; her brother Robert Lavallee Jr.; loving sister Nancy Holt; and a son Stephan Paul.

She is survived by her husband, John Ruby III; they were married in Topsham on June 2, 1957. They enjoyed 62 years of marriage together. She is also survived by a brother Don Holt, a step brother Peter Lavallee, and a step sister Connie Giles. Helen had many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins as well. Survivors also include five children: Debra and her significant other Ed, Bud and his wife Kim, Brenda and her husband John, Tammy and her husband Chris, Lisa and her significant other Tom. She had seven grandchildren and twelve great grandchildren.

At Helen’s request, there will be no visiting hours or funeral service, but there will be a graveside service at a later date. She will be loved and missed by many.

Donations can be made in memory of Helen to: Bowdoin Volunteer Fire Rescue Department Auxiliary at 10 Cornish Drive, Bowdoin, ME 04287.

Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, Me 04357.

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Wallace "Wally" R. Hall

Hall pic 3Wallace “Wally” Richard Hall Jr, 62, of Windsor, ME, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at Maine Medical Center. He was born March 15, 1957 to Wallace and Kathleen Hall. Wally was one of 12 children. He attended East Hampton High and went on to serve in the United States Marine Corps. In 1980 Wally moved from Connecticut to Windsor, ME with his father and siblings to manage Lipman Poultry Farms.  He met the love of his life Gail in 1981 and they married in 1985. He had his daughter Danielle in 1987 which he often shared as one of the proudest moments in his life. He was a family man who loved being a husband, a father and most recently a proud Grandfather to his “buddy” Nash.

He worked 25 years as a machine operator at Maine Poly and later as a Transportation Aid for the Department of Transportation.  Wally was known as a hard-working man who enjoyed working with his hands. You would often find him making well-houses, mowing his lawn, cutting and stacking wood or just tinkering on something. If he wasn’t tinkering on something he was riding his motorcycle with his wife, father, daughter and friends often riding to his favorite spot, Pemaquid Point. He loved spending time with “the girls” his beloved dogs Sheba and Kenzy. He enjoyed and appreciated the simply things that life had to offer.

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Patricia M. Ware

imageBath-Patricia M. Ware, 53, born on April 7, 1966, passed away peacefully on November 29, 2019 at Maine Medical Center in Portland, with Patty's friend, Beth Mundy giving comfort after fighting a courageous battle with Ovarian Cancer.

She knew of and fought the disease for a year and a half.  Patty faced the fight head on and with dignity and grace. With every obstacle that cancer threw at her, she fought with no complaints and never gave up hope. What gave her the strength to fight for as long and as hard as she did was the love she has for her son, Paul. That love, is what kept her here with us for as long as we had the privilege to have her.

Patty attended and graduated from Mt. Ararat High School in Topsham and also from Maine Maritime Academy in Castine. Once she graduated from College, she worked on a Liquified Natural Gas Tanker before finding her niche as a Dispacher at Triple AAA Northern New England. While there, she met wonderful people whom with time she considered as a second family.  A family that helped support her and her son through their journey.

Anyone who knew Patty, knew that she loved to fish. She considered herself to be the "Bass Master". When she wasn't dropping a line in the water, she enjoyed cross-stitching, wood-working, kayaking, taking walks on the beach, and playing video games with her son Paul. Anything she was doing with him was her favorite thing to do.

Patty is predeceased by her maternal grandparents Thomas and Mary McCann, paternal grandparents Warren and Pauline Ware and paternal Aunt Carol Stanley.

She is survived by her son Paul Tuttle of Bath, father Roger Ware of Dresden, mother Dianne Taylor of Dresden, brother Michael Ware and his daughter Caitlyn of Augusta, sister Kimberly Ware and her son Dakota of Dresden, aunt Arleen of Massachusetts, cousins Lisa and Tammy Albanese, also of Massachusetts.

The family of Patty wishes to extend their most sincere and heartfelt thanks to the doctors and nurses of Maine Medical Center Cancer Institute for their care and compassion that was given to all. We also ask in lieu of flowers, donations be made in Patty's name to either the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition or the World Resources Institute.

Per Patty's wishes there will be a graveside service at Bay View Cemetery, in Bowdoinham on Friday, December 6, 2019 at 1:30 p.m.
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Helene F. Crouse

CrouseRichmond-Helene Francis Crouse, 73, died peacefully at her home on November 23, 2019.

She was born on September 15, 1946 in Bridgeport, CT the daughter of Edward and Frances Reiling.

Helene enjoyed local community socializing, watching Judge Judy and gardening.

Helene was predeceased by her husband Truman Lawrence Crouse and a grandson Nicholas Branca. She is survived by her two daughters Donna Kapitan and husband Edward of Ct., Margie Cagganello and husband Thomas of Ct., and a grandson John Cataldo and wife Samantha of Ct.

A private funeral service will take place at the new Maine Veterans Cemetery, 163 Mt. Vernon Rd. Augusta, Me 04330.

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Gloria Altena (Cray) Kenney

Kenney

Woolwich- Gloria Altena (Cray) Kenney passed away peacefully on November 25, 2019 at Horizons Living & Rehabilitation Center in Brunswick, ME at the age of 81 years.

Gloria was born on April 6, 1938 in Richmond, to Wesley C & Nettie S (Lilly) Cray. She was the one of six children and always had wonderful stories to tell about each one.

Gloria had many jobs in her 81 years, she worked as a waitress, in factories, crafting greenware ceramics, selling Avon, being the matriarch of a loving family, but her MOST favorite job was owning & operating the former Kenney’s Country Store.

Her store was a place that many folks remember as the place for pizzas, penny candy, burn permits, tagging deer & fur, cold drinks and catching up. She made you feel welcome and was always up for a good laugh.

Gloria supported many groups through the years and created an extensive list of people she called friends. If you had the opportunity to visit with her, she didn’t forget a face or a name. She loved to banter with you, and it was a rare occasion for anyone to get the better of her. She loved to laugh and be of help when she could. During her stay at Horizons she made friends with the other residents and staff. She really enjoyed playing Bingo there. If you happened to visit at Bingo time, you were playing too, like it not!

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Jonathan Wade Severance

Richmond- Jonathan Wade Severance, age 49, died Nov. 19, 2019 at his home.

He is survived by his mother Andrea Gilpatrick and stepfather Wilbur Gilpatrick, sisters Jennifer Severance and Crystal Chamberland, and brothers James Severance Jr., Nathaniel Gilpatrick, and Joseph Gilpatrick. Jonathan is also survived by nieces Angelica Lamoreau, Ruth Cumberland, and Taylor Gilpatrick, nephews Robert lamoreau, Alexander Lamoreau and his wife Alexis, Noah Morgan and Peter Cumberland, two very special great nephews Coby and Robert Lamoreau, one great niece Aleah Godin, as well as many aunts, uncle and cousins.

Jonathan was predeceased by his father James W. Severance Sr., maternal grandparents Muriel and Fostell Taylor, and paternal grandparents Beverly Carr and Earl Severance of West Gardiner.

There will be a memorial service at 2 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 29, 2019 at Calvary Foursquare Church, Old Brunswick Rd, Gardiner, ME. Following the service, a reception will be held at the church.

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Ruth Magdalen Hyde

Hyde picture2Ruth Magdalen Hyde of Bowdoin passed away on November 18, 2019.  She was 89 years old.  She followed her beloved husband, Bob, to heaven after just five months.

Ruth loved her Lord, Bob, and her precious family of 9 children, 21 grandchildren, and 23 great-grandchildren.

Ruthie was a sweetheart who loved to look out for the needs of others, making sure everyone was comfortable and cared for.

As there will be no service, in Ruthie’s memory, keep a thankful heart, and love and encourage those around you.

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Marie P. Morris

Litchfield- Marie P. Morris, 92, passed away on Sunday, November 10, 2019, at Winship Green, in Bath.

Marie was born on April 06, 1927, in Litchfield, the daughter of Clarence N. and Gwenola F. (McGee) Berry.  She graduated from Litchfield Academy in 1945.  In 1946 she married her husband of 50 years, Arthur Morris.  She and Arthur lived most of their married life in Litchfield raising their family.

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Neil James Tobey

TobeyRichmond-Neil James Tobey, 82, passed away on November 2, 2019 at Mid Coast Hospital in Brunswick, Maine surrounded by his loving family. 

He was born on April 20, 1937 at Augusta General Hospital to Richard James Tobey and Winnifred Laura (Washburn) Tobey.

After graduating from Hallowell High School, Neil honorably served his country for 6 months at Fort Knox Kentucky and for several years in the Army National Guard Reserves. While in high school, Neil started an eighteen year career with the First National Grocery store chain. He soon became one of their youngest managers when he was promoted to oversee the Bangor store. From there Neil continued his career as a successful buyer for Associated Grocers of Maine. After he retired from A.G. of Maine, he owned and operated two small grocery stores in Richmond and Sabattus.

He was also a member of the Masonic Lodge #10 of Bangor. Neil was a generous and loving father, grandfather, son and brother.

He was predeceased by his parents and his sister Nancy Tobey Roy. He is survived by his two daughters Terry Tobey and Julieann Tobey Barrows and their mother Joyce Hubbard Tobey. He is also survived by Julie’s husband Scott Barrows, his granddaughter Stephanie Arnold and her husband Robert and granddaughter Ashley Bianconi and her husband Andrew. Survivors also include brother-in-law Paul Roy, niece Jennifer McDonough and her daughter Heather Brown.

In honor of Neil’s wishes no services are being planned. Neil had a generous heart and he gave regularly to the Shriner’s Childrens Hospitals. If you wish, donations may be made to the hospital in his name.

Our family is extremely grateful for the compassionate care he received from the ICU staff at Mid Coast Hospital.

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Andrew G. Sherman

Andrew G. Sherman

Andrew left us much to early at the hands of the unknown.  He was born May
26, 1971 to Gordon and Ruth Sherman.  He was educated in the Richmond
School system and graduated in 1989.  He always disliked organized school
but had a great love for learning.  He took many college courses and read
continuously. He had worked at many places and always needed a job where he
had to use his brain and be in hopes to learn something everyday. His job
before he was injured was with handicapped kids for Spurwink.  He was an
incredible photographer.

He was predeceased by his Dad, Gordon Sherman, grandparents Francis and
Eleanor Sherman, Glenn and Marjorie Brown.  He is survived by his Mom of
Pittston, brother Alton of Dresden, his niece and nephew Aurora and Connor
Sherman of Albion.  He was probably the happiest when he, Aurora and Connor
were doing something or going somewhere.  He is also survived by his
beloved cats Bruce and Chuck.  Many aunts, uncles and cousins.



Notes from four of his great friends:  His homemade hot sauces were both
delicious AND a violation of the Geneva Convention. His knowledge of film
was vast and secretly stolen from a small lab in Belgium. His puns were
known to cause famine in the middle east.  His photos were known to cure
famines in the middle east.  (It was a wash.) Known for making people
think, this eerie ability caused the formulation of a  small planet
somewhere in the vicinity of Betelgeuse.  Always a riot, Always brilliant.
Stolen too soon, survived by the whole rest of the world, which is poorer
in his absence.  "The light has gone out of my life."  Teddy Roosevelt.
Thanks Jeff, Rodney, Ryan and Matti for always being there for him.

At his request there will be no funeral, a celebration of his life will
take place at a later date.

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Ronald L. Anair Sr.

picANAIRWales- Ronald L. Anair, Sr., 80, passed away at his home on Monday, October 28, 2019.

Ronald was born in Hanover, NH on April 22, 1939, the son of Leonard A. and Geraldine L. (Rock) Anair. 

He was a proud veteran of the US Army and was a Trucker throughout most of his life.  He used to haul film canisters between movie theaters, as well as freight, equipment and materials for construction.

Ronald was a long-time member of the American Legion, Post 4, in Gardiner, the Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie #618 in Lewiston, as well as an avid member of the Teamsters Union.  He especially enjoyed socializing with his friends, playing horseshoes, and NASCAR.  He wintered in Ocala, Florida

Ronald was predeceased by his parents; brothers Wayne, Barry, and Robert, as well as his sister Beverly Anair.

He is survived by his long-term companion Priscilla Charpentier, children; Tammy Anderson and her husband Mark, Ronald Jr., Christopher, Sandy Longley and her husband Jonathan, Ronald Charpentier, Jr., and his wife Katy, and Alphonse Blouin and his wife Brenda; grandchildren Courtney England and her husband Trevor, Kristen Anderson, Austin Anderson, and Amanda Anair; great granddaughter Skylar England; siblings Charles Anair and his wife Sandra, Linda Anair, and Mary Hart and her husband Philip.

Family and friends are invited to calling hours on Friday, November 1st from 5pm to 7pm at Kincer Funeral Home, 130 Pleasant St. in Richmond.  There will also be calling hours on Saturday, November 2nd from 10am to 11am with a funeral service to follow.

A reception  to follow will be announced at the service.

Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home, 130 Pleasant St., Richmond, ME  04357.

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Jon "Jack" Garland

GarlandLisbon Falls-Jon “Jack” Garland, 81, died on October 16, 2019 at Mid Coast Hospital in Brunswick. 

He was born on September 24, 1938 the son of Roy B Garland and Florence L Matthews.

Jack was the Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Maine Veterans Homes and a life member of the following organizations: DAV, American Legion, Amvets, VFW, Slovak Catholic
Association and Tin Can Sailors.

In his later years, Jack enjoyed working outdoors around his home and telling stories to anyone who would listen. 

Jack proudly served his country in the United States Navy from 1955 to 1969 and served in the Vietnam War.  He later worked 17 years of Civil Service work, Portland Post Office for 4 years,

and BNAS Fuel Farm until retirement in 1989. 

Jack was predeceased by his sisters Elaine Garland of Ellsworth and Lucille Cross of Bridgton. A son Timothy Garland of Oakland. 

He is survived by his wife of 49 years, Maureen Garland, daughter Jonica and her husband James Pearson, grandchildren Natalie and Kaleb as well as grandsons Paul, Roy, and Michael Garland. Also, survived by sisters Carol Googins of Westbrook Me, Beth Sigler of Arkansas, Florence “Sister” Gallant of South Portland, Me, and Connie Flannigan of South Carolina.

A celebration of Life Service will take place at the Shepherd of Faith Church 124 Main Street Richmond at 1:00 PM Saturday, October 26th.  A burial will follow at the West Bowdoin Cemetery, Bowdoin with military honors. An intimate gathering of family and close friends of Jack at the home of Maureen Garland. 

The family wishes to give special thanks and appreciation to Dr. Lutostanska and nursing staff of the VA’s Homebased Primary Care and staff of First Light Home Care.

In Lieu of flowers: Disabled American Veterans www.DAV.org PO Box 14301 Cincinnati OH 45250-0301 Phone: 877-647-VETS

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Melvin F. Curtis

MelMelvin Frederick Curtis, 75, of Richmond, Maine passed away on October 19, 2019 following a long fight with cancer.
He was the son of Chester and Rachel Curtis of Richmond.
 
During his early years, he went to school in Maine, Hawaii, Washington, and Florida as he followed his father's military career. He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from the University of Southern Maine. He taught at Lisbon High School and Montello in Lewiston before becoming Lewiston's first special education director for 42 years. He was honored for his dedication in 1998 by receiving the Spurwick Trustee Award and the Pendelton Award for Community Partner from Sweetser in 2007.
 
He married his loving wife in 1968, Marilyn (Rideout) Curtis and they just celebrated their 51st anniversary. He is survived by his son, Tyson Curtis, of Richmond, his daughter and son-in-law, Jocelyn and Erik Gray of Monmouth, and his two wonderful grandchildren, Ilanna and Miles Gray of Monmouth. 
 
Visiting hours will be held on Sunday, October 27th from 12 to 3PM at Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St.; Richmond, Maine 04357
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Robert B. Lewis


Litchfield-Robert B. Lewis, Sr., of the Hallowell Rd., died on Monday, October 14, 2019 at Maine General Medical Center, Augusta.

He was born on September 22, 1942 in Malden, Massachusetts the son of Roger and Clara Lewis.

Bob proudly served his country in the United States Army during the Vietnam era.

He was a member of the Gardiner American Legion Post 4, 40 and 8. Bob enjoyed snowmobiling, fishing and camping.

Bob worked for B.I. W. for over 35 years.

He was predeceased by his parents, sisters Ann Clark, Jean Bowman, brothers Frank Clark and Roger Lewis Jr..  Bob is survived by his wife of 55 years Betty Lewis of Litchfield, son Robert Lewis Jr., and wife Deborah of Litchfield,  2 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren.

A graveside service will take place on Saturday, October 19th at 2pm at Litchfield Plains Cemetery, Litchfield.

In Bob's memory donations may be made to the Androscoggin Hospice 15 Strawberry Avenue Lewiston, Me 04210.

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James D. Pinkham Sr.

dadFlorida-James Dean Pinkham Sr., formerly of Sidney, passed away peacefully on October 6, 2019 while he was sleeping. James was living in Florida at his time of passing.

James, a graduate of Cony High School in Augusta, Maine, enjoyed spending time with his children and grandchildren.

Most recently he moved to Florida to be closer to his mother, brothers and sisters.  He enjoyed fishing and snowmobiling.

He was survived by his children, James Pinkham Jr. and his wife Kari Pinkham, Kevin Veniot and wife Chelsea, Scott Pinkham and his wife Lora Pinkham and Michael Pinkham.  His grandchildren, Alexander, Tyler, Zakary, Kyleigh, Emrie, Carson, Cody, Sadie and Mckayla.  Great grandchildren, Jamerson.  His mother Marie Stilphen of Georgia.  His brothers Timmy Pinkham of Maine, Warren Dean Pinkham Jr. of Maine, George Pinkham of Florida, Richard Pinkham of Florida.  His sisters, Cathie Gavett of Maine,  Lisa Blakely of Georgia, Tammy Porter of Maine, Tina Pinkham of Florida and Pamela Powers of Massachusetts.   He was predeceased by his father Warren Dean Pinkham Sr., uncle Dennis Pinkham, grandson Braden Tyler Pinkham, along with other aunts and uncles.

James will be greatly missed by everyone who knew him and had the opportunity to cross paths with him.

Family and friends are invited to visit on Friday, October 18th from 6-8 pm at the funeral home.  A graveside service will take place on Saturday, October 19th at 11am at the Richmond Cemetery, Main St.  Followed by a gathering of family and friends at the Richmond Grange Hall on Alexander Reed Rd. in Richmond, where we can celebrate James's life.  Some food will be provided by Texas Roadhouse, but everyone is welcome and encouraged to bring a hot or cold dish of their choice.  Any flowers may be sent to the funeral home.

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Andrew Tyler Severy

SeveryAndrew "Tyler" Severy

Waterville-Andrew Tyler Severy, 28, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, October 9, 2019 at his home.

He was born on March 19, 1991 in Augusta the son of Andrew Severy and Billie Jo Brann.

Tyler enjoyed playing guitar and being with his dog Bruno.  Tyler was a peoples person with a contagious laugh that always brightened up a room.

He was predeceased by his grandfather Leon Severy and grandmother Dorothy Brann.  Tyler is survived by his father Andrew Severy and wife Christine of Litchfield, his mother Billie Jo Brann and her partner Donnie Armstrong of Monmouth, sister Brittany Waterhouse of Gardiner, several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.

The family will be holding a private service at a later date.

Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, Me 04357

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Chester Dean

pic Dean ChesterBowdoinham-Chester Dean, 99, died on September 26, 2019 in Brunswick.

Chester was born in Bath on April 30, 1920, the son of Walter and Lucie (Blethen) Dean. He went to school in Bath and Bowdoinham.

Chester entered military service in the US Army on Oct. 3, 1944. He was in the 101st Airborne during WWII. After he went to Paratrooper school, he was stationed in the Philippines, and was a truck driver in Company B 79th Engineer Construction Battalion.

After his military service, Chester worked as a truck driver for St Johnsbury and Crooker. He was a Duck Hunting Guide in Merry-meeting Bay, and for many years he was a reserve officer with Topsham PD. He was a member of the Knights of Pythias, American Legion (Richmond Post), volunteered with the Bowdoinham Fire department, was a Selectman for Bowdoinham and for a couple of years held the Boston Post Cane because he was the oldest person in the Town of Bowdoinham.

Chester enjoyed hunting, fishing, had his Cub pilot license, and loved caring for his animals. Above all, he loved spending time with his family and friends.

Chester was predeceased by his daughter Betty Davis, and his sons Pvt. Donald Dean, and Harry Dean.

He is survived by his wife of many years Esther Dean, his daughters Jewel Temple and her husband Calvin, Melody Hanson and her husband Bruce; a son; Kenneth Dean of New Hampshire, grandchildren Adam Temple, Aaron Temple, Jennifer Hanson, Mathew Hanson and, numerous other grandchildren and great grandchildren.

There will be a burial, with military honors, at 1pm on Friday, October 18th at Bay-view Cemetery in Bowdoinham.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Chester's honor to the American Legion Emerson and Lane Post 132, 55 Carding machine Rd., Richmond, ME 04357.

Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, Me 04357.

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Sandra L. Trask

traskBath- Sandra L. Trask, 76, passed away on Sunday, September 8, 2019 at Mid Coast Hospital, Brunswick.

She was born on September 6, 1943 the daughter of Kenneth and Eleanor Gilpatrick.

Sandra enjoyed going to Myrtle Beach, SC., for the winters.  She also enjoyed camping, playing beano and bowling.

Sandra worked at Bath Iron Works for over 30 years.

She was predeceased by her parents, sister Norma Johnson, brothers Clinton, Gary and Bradley Gilpatrick.  Sandra is survived by her husband of 58 years David Trask of Bath, daughters Sema Pratt and husband Fred of Richmond, Teresa Morse and husband Barry of Richmond, sisters Joan Noble of Palermo, Jean and husband Bill Stone of South Carolina, brothers Keith and wife Kathy of Richmond, Dale Gilpatrick and wife Lisa of Freedom, Ricky Gilpatrick and wife Inez of Georgia, grandchildren Joshua Williams, Tiffany Munsey, Cory Munsey and wife Brandi, Evan Morse and wife Taylor, great grandchildren Bryn, London and Wyatt.

A funeral service will take place on Tuesday, September 17th at 11am at the Richmond Dresden Methodist Church Pleasant St. Richmond.  Burial will follow at 1pm at the New Maine Veterans Cemetery, Mt. Vernon Rd. Augusta.

Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, Me 04357.

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Dorothy E. Bodge

LeslieFamily 016Dorothy E. Bodge, 76, of Wiscasset, passed away at her home after a long battle with cancer.

Born in Whitefield on April 5, 1943, she was the youngest of six children born to Richard and Mildred Russell.

She enjoyed following friends and family on Facebook, looking at the pictures, camping with family and friends in Kokadjo while looking for moose, coloring on her iPad, taking dozens of pictures of family and friends and most of all, spending her time with family.

She is predeceased by her parents, Richard and Mildred Russell; brother, Robert Russell Sr.; and sister, Beverly Trask.

She is survived by her husband, Ronald Bodge; daughters, Shelley Bailey and husband Jerry Bailey, and Karen Thayer; son, David Bodge; stepdaughters, Rhonda, Lisa, Stacy, and Gayle; sisters, Louise Dancer and Gloria Bailey; brother, Phillip Russell; eight grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

A service will be held at the Whitefield Cemetery, Route 218, on Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019 at 1 p.m. A celebration of life will follow at the Alna Fire Department.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her memory to Faith Baptist Church, 144 Mills Road, Newcastle, ME 04553.

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James H. Gallagher

GallagherBowdoinham-James H. Gallagher, 80, of the Carding Machine Rd., died on Monday, September 2, 2019 at Mid Coast Hospital, Brunswick.

He was born in York, Maine on May 18, 1939 the son of William and Anne Gallagher.

Jim was a very hard worker who never complained.  He Worked for many years at Nash's in Richmond as a mechanic and also at Bond's Orchard in Richmond, making cider, pruning trees and spraying.

He enjoyed his animals.  Jim was a member of the Norther New England Bird Association.

Jim is survived by his wife of 56 years Louise Gallagher, children Richard, Carolyn and Frank, grandchildren Amanda, Karee, Cassandra, 3 great grandchildren Robert, Jahlil and Aaliyah.

A graveside service will take place on Wednesday, September 11th at 1pm at Cotton Cemetery in Richmond.  A celebration of life will follow at the Richmond American Legion, Carding Machine Rd. Richmond.

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James H. Gallagher

GallagherBowdoinham-James H. Gallagher, 80, of the Carding Machine Rd., died on Monday, September 2, 2019 at Mid Coast Hospital, Brunswick.

He was born in York, Maine on May 18, 1939 the son of William and Anne Gallagher.

Jim was a very hard worker who never complained.  He Worked for many years at Nash's in Richmond as a mechanic and also at Bond's Orchard in Richmond, making cider, pruning trees and spraying.

He enjoyed his animals.  Jim was a member of the Norther New England Bird Association.

Jim is survived by his wife of 56 years Louise Gallagher, children Richard, Carolyn and Frank, grandchildren Amanda, Karee, Cassandra, 3 great grandchildren Robert, Jahlil and Aaliyah.

A graveside service will take place on Wednesday, September 11th at 1pm at Cotton Cemetery in Richmond.  A celebration of life will follow at the Richmond American Legion, Carding Machine Rd. Richmond.

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Frankie T. Greenleaf

greenleafWestport Island-Frankie T. Greenleaf Jr., died on Thursday, August 29, 2019 at Mid Coast Hospital , Brunswick.

He was born on March 25, 1945 in Sanford, Maine the son of Frankie T. Greenleaf Sr., and Beatrice Colby Greenleaf.             Frank graduated Morse High, Bath, Maine 1963.             He later graduated from Andover College with a degree in Computer Science in 1980.


Frank proudly served in the 1st Cav and 82nd Airborne Division of the Army 1965-69. He was a decorated Combat Veteran of the Viet Nam War.

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Leland J. Smith

Lee SmithRichmond-Leland J Smith, 88, passed peacefully on Friday, August 23, 2019 with his family by his side.

He was born in Bebe River NH, on May 17, 1931 the son of Arlene and Hiram Smith.

Lee moved to Richmond when he was nine-years-old and resided there for the rest of his life. He met his wife as a teenager and they just celebrated their 71st anniversary. He was a hard-working and wonderful man with amazing strength. He was always loving, caring and generous. He was well-known for his character and integrity.

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Horace Wilkinson Briggs II

Horace BriggsL.A. California-Horace (Hod) Wilkinson Briggs II, 86, of Los Angeles, California, passed away on August 11, 2019 in Brunswick, Maine. Hod was born in Washington, Connecticut, on February 5, 1933, the third child of Horace W. and Margaret (Worcester) Briggs.

Hod was loved by all who knew him and will be remembered as a devoted husband and father known for his intelligence and authenticity, his kindness, and his wry wit and love of puns. He grew up in Newtonville, Mass. and was educated at The Cambridge School of Weston, then Oberlin College, where he met his wife, Mary Ann, and after a trial year at Yale Divinity School, he switched to Asian studies at Yale, where he received a master’s degree, then went on to earn his doctorate in international relations at the Fletcher School of Tufts University. He taught Asian history at the University of Vermont until teaching positions at Cal State Hayward and then Loyola Marymount took him and his young family to California. Later in his career, he established Briggs Reporting Company, Inc., an electronic court reporting firm.

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Diana J. McIntire

McIntireGreene-Diana J. McIntire passed away on August 7, 2019 at the age of 81.

Diana lived most of her life in Bath but resided and was cared for by her sister, Jackie and family, the last few months of her life. She was born in Dresden, Maine, daughter of Jesse and Jean James on November 26, 1937. Diana attended schools in Dresden and moved to Bath after she married.

While raising her family, Diana worked for the Bath School Department. She moved to New York in 1980 and worked at West Point Military Academy but returned to Maine in 1985 and worked at Bath Iron Works in the engineering department as a technical clerk until retiring in 2003.

Diana was an avid softball player in the 70s and was a star first baseman for Dana’s Ladies in the Women’s Softball League in Brunswick. Despite being the oldest player on the team, she played like she was the youngest with a great glove and a smooth swing.

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Josephine E. Merrill

Richmond-Josephine E. Merrill, 100, went to be with her Lord on Sunday, July 28, 2019 at her home. 

She was born on December 20, 1918 in Dresden, Maine the daughter of Calvin and Ida James.

She was a member of the Richmond, Church of the Nazarene and the local senior group.

Josephine enjoyed spending time with family and friends, taking car trips and making snacks for fellowship times at her church.

Her work history included a local shoe factory, the school hot lunch program and the school superintendent’s office.

Josephine was predeceased by her parents, 7 siblings, and husband Edmund.

She is survived by her sons, Carleton from Auburn, Roger from Richmond, and Timothy from Newburgh; 6 grandchildren, and 29 great grandchildren.

There will be no visitation hours.  A graveside service will take place on Monday, the 5th of August at 11 a.m. in Cotton Cemetery, Richmond.

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Irene F. Christian

ChristianBowdoinham-Irene F. Christian passed away July 7th, 2019 with her two unofficially adopted daughters, Connie Peacock of Dresden and Jacinta Blodgett of Bowdoinham, by her side. 
She was born May 6th, 1936 in Danbury CT., to Victor and Luana Staib. 
After graduating from Newton High School class of 1954, she married Walter A. Cole.  They had four children and later divorced.  In 1963 she married her beloved husband, Roger A. Christian, who predeceased her in 1984.  Irene was also predeceased by a daughter and son.  She is survived by a daughter, son, multiple grandchildren, several great grandchildren, and many friends. 
Irene loved to crochet, knit, and craft with plastic canvas; she loved birds, flowers, and going to car shows. 
At her request, there will be no visiting hours.  A service will be held at the Central Maine Veterans' Cemetery, on Civic Center Drive, in the outdoor pavilion, and then she'll be buried next to her husband, Roger. 
In lieu of flowers please make a donation to a charity of your choosing.
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Lois M. Ames

AmesLisbon Falls-Lois M. Ames, 79, passed away on July 8, 2019 at Marshwood Nursing Home, Lewiston.

She was born on June 2, 1940 in Worcester, Ma the daughter of Vernon and Bridget Harmon.

Lois enjoyed bowling, traveling, playing cards and especially her grand kids.  She was a past member of the Good Time Lanes in Lisbon Falls.

She was predeceased by her parents, brother Joe Harmon, Frank Harmon, Lee Harmon, Larry Harmon and sister Helen Krog.  Lois is survived by her husband of 59 years Walter Ames Sr., of Lisbon Falls, daughter's Vicky and husband Robert of Bowdoinham, Virginia and husband Roger of Lisbon Falls, Terri and husband Michael of Mechanic Falls, son's Rick and wife Darlene of Alaska, Walter Jr., and wife Ann Marie of Chelsea, Timothy and wife Tina of Sabattus, brother's Richard Harmon and wife Mary Joe of Lisbon Falls, Ralph Harmon of Bowdoin, sister Harriet Hudson and husband Stephen of Litchfiled, 16 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren, 1 great great grand daughter, several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Family and friends are invited to visit on Friday, July 12th from 6 to 8pm at Kincer Funeral Home.  A funeral service will take place on Saturday, July 13th at 2pm also at the funeral home. Burial will follow at the West Bowdoin cemetery.

In Lois' memory donations may be made to the St. Judes Hospital 262 Danny Thomas Place Memphis, Tennessee 38105.

Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, Me 04357.

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Arthur J. Gaudreau Sr

arthurBowdoinham-Arthur J. Gaudreau, Sr., 73, passed on Wednesday, July 3, 2019 at his home.

He was born on October 22, 1945 Portland the son of Edward and Edith (Hoyt) Gaudreau. 
 

Arthur enjoyed sports. He played basketball in high school and softball in a local men's league in his younger years. He was an avid Red Sox fan and NY Giants fan.

Arthur proudly served two years in the Army between 1965 and 1967.  He started working at Bath Iron Works in 1965.  Arthur later completed the apprenticeship program for the electrical department, retiring after 43 years as an electrician at B.I.W.   Arthur was also a member of the Richmond American Legion for many years.

He was predeceased by his parents and sister Jean Gaudreau and his oldest son Arthur J. Gaudreau, Jr.  Arthur is survived by his wife of 53 years Pat Gaudreau, daughters Elizabeth(Steve) Dunn and Athena (David)Mann, son Matthew (Michelle)Gaudreau, Daugther-in-Law Lori Gaudreau, 10 grandchildren Abigail(Ryan) Smith, Spencer Dunn, AJ, Noah, and Benjamin Gaudreau, Richard and Christopher Mann, Mason and Marcus Gaudreau and 1 great grandson, Jonah Smith, 3 Brothers Edward, Robert and David Gaudreau and several nieces and nephews.

A Mass of Christian Burial will take place on Saturday, July 13th at 10am at St. Ambrose Catholic Church, Richmond, Me 04357.  Burial will take place on Wednesday, July 17th at noon at Maine Veterans Cemetery,  Mt. Vernon Rd. Augusta, Maine 04330

In Lieu of Flowers, if desired, Richmond Area Food Pantry 15 Spruce St., Richmond, ME 04357 or Mid Coast Humane
30 Range Rd. Brunswick, ME 04011

Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, Me 04357.

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Donna M. Colby

DonnaRichmond-Donna M. Colby, 74, passed away peacefully on June 28, 2019 after a battle with cancer.

She was born on September 21, 1944 in Richmond the daughter of Rowland and Marion Hanson.

In her younger days she worked at Etonic Shoe, Prouts Farm, Claristat and cleaning homes in the local area.

Donna loved to work in her garden, crafts, crosswords, being with family and friends.  Donna will be remembered by the local town residents for always waving or saying hello as they past by her home.

Donna is survived by her daughter Faylene Colby of Richmond, son Thomas Colby of Farmingdale, granddaughter Demi Colby, niece Billie-Jo of Richmond, a great nephew Raymond of Richmond and several cousins.  She was predeceased by her parents, sister's Faye Howard, Bonnie Hanson, Barbara Hanson all of Richmond, Gertrude Hanson of Bowdoin and Richmond, brother's Roland Hanson and Gary Hanson both of Richmond.

She will be buried next to her parents and siblings.  Per Donna's request there will not be any funeral services.

Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, Me 04357.

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Russell P. Kotow

kotow1Bowdoinham - Russell Phillip Kotow, 74, of Dingley Road, passed away on Sunday, June 23, 2019 in his home. He was born in Innsbruck, Austria, March 5, 1945, the son of Nicholai and Vera Kotow. He is predeceased by his parents and two sisters Valerie and Eva. He leaves behind his brother Nicholas known to many as Nicki, his three sons Russell Jr., Toby, Jonathan, and one daughter Katie, and five grandchildren. Russell served eight years in the US Army and was in the 82nd Airborne in Korea. His military service also included his highly earned position as marksman on the rifle team, training his platoon skilled precision shooting at targets of longer than usual ranges with sniper rifles. We're going to miss all of Russell's army stories, and fishing and hunting experiences, good and bad. Russell enjoyed freshwater and saltwater fishing, and hunting. 
He was always there to help friends and relatives whatever the problem was as best he could. Russell was known for his kind personality, his sense of humor, and his easy-going outlook on life. But like every other thing in this world, the life we live is only temporary. Russell will be greatly missed by a lot of people. We already miss you dad. There is nothing in life that can prepare us to bear this void. We will always love you and remember dad.
There will be a funeral for Russell at 2:30pm on Wednesday, June 26 at St. Alexander Nevsky Russian Orthodox Church, 15 Church Street, in Richmond, Maine, with burial to follow at Richmond Cemetery. Condolences may be expressed at http://www.kincerfuneralhome.com.  
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Barbara Sullivan Gray

GrayBARBARA SULLIVAN GRAY, BOWDOINHAM

Bowdoinham-We lost our beautiful Mom and Nana on June 21, 2019 after a period of failing health resulting from cancer and a recent heart attack. She died at the home of her daughter, Suzi, with the help of hospice, her other daughters and her niece. She will be sorely missed by all of us.

Barbara Ann Sullivan Gray was born on April 28, 1930 to parents Maurice and Edith Sullivan in Oakland, ME. Her family moved to Richmond in 1943 and she always considered herself "from Richmond". She was an RN (graduating from Mercy School of Nursing in 1951) and worked in many nursing positions during her career, including Robinson's Nursing Home in Gardiner for 17 years as Director of Nursing. She retired three times, the last being at age 75.

She married Ken Gray of Hallowell in 1951 and they had six children. They lived in Bar Harbor for many years, Stonington, Gardiner and then back to Richmond.

Mom was an environmentalist before her time, recycling and reusing things back in the 60s. She was very thrifty and knew how to stretch a dollar and find the best bargain anywhere. She had a huge interest in nutrition and health, constantly learning and sharing her knowledge with others (in the interest of helping them live longer). It certainly worked for her, living to the age of 89! She loved color and collected things from near and far, all displayed in her apartment.

She had many interests in her life: sewing, knitting, crocheting, painting (all mediums), pottery, wood working, basket making, reading, Sudoku, gardening and traveling.. She sewed herself a new dress for her granddaughter's wedding at age 87. She loved to cook and preserve food by canning, pickling and making jams. She played bridge weekly and attended water aerobics class 3 times a week right up until a few months ago.

She was a kind, wise, personable, helpful, interesting and interested woman. Family was very important to her and she could remember every detail of the lives of her large family. She attended every sporting event of her grandchildren that she could. She had a deep faith and was a member of St. Ambrose Catholic Church in Richmond.

She was predeceased by her parents, a brother (Bobby), a sister (Mary LaRochelle), husband (Ken) and a son (David). She is survived by five children: Terry Gray and husband, Rusty Kendrick, of Richmond, Gary Gray and wife, Sandy, of New Jersey; Lori Boyce and partner, Stuart Varisco, of Stonington; Shari Johnson and husband, Tom, of Florida; Suzi Lancaster and husband, Hugh, of Bowdoinham; Brothers: Jim Sullivan and wife, Georgia (SC), Mossie Sullivan and wife, Jane (Hawaii) and Tom Sullivan and wife, Donna (Richmond); Grandchildren: Brent Snowden, Brian Snowden, Justin Boyce, Kyla Boyce, Kyle Lancaster, Ciarra Lancaster; Joshua, Logan, Noah, Brody, Samantha, Evan and Chelsea Gray; Great grandchildren: Emily and Josh Snowden, Kali Snowden, Jackson and Isabella Gray and Sophie Boyce Perkins; and her beloved cats, Oliver and Gracie.

We would like to thank CHANS hospice for their help in her end of life care and Linda Hermans, MD, for her years of care, support and friendship to Mom.

Family and friends are invited to visit on Friday, 28th from 4 to 6pm at Kincer Funeral Home.

A Catholic Mass will be celebrated on Saturday, June 29th at 11am at St. Ambrose Catholic Church, Kimball St. Richmond, Me 04357.

In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to the Golden Oldies Senior Center or the Richmond Food Pantry.

Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, Me 04357.

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Blanche V. Fitzherbert

Waterville-Blanche V. Gibbs Fitzherbert, 98, passed away on Sunday, June 23, 2019 at a nursing facility in Waterville.

She was born on December 7, 1920 in Andover, Maine the daughter of Harold and Viola Gibbs.  Blanche graduated from Andover High School in 1938.

Blanche lived in Andover most of her life.  She later moved to Rumford and worked for Diamond International in West Peru for 26 years, retiring in 1985.  She then moved to Randolph in 2000.  Blanche was a member of the First Congregational Church of Andover.

She was predeceased by her parents, husband Delbert Fitzherbert, daughter Sharon Hall and a brother Harold Gibbs.  Blanche is survived by son in law Fred Hall of Dresden, grandson Jonathan Hall and wife Celina of Randolph, nephew Harold Gibbs and wife Stella of Greene, many grand nephews and nieces.

Burial will be at a later date in the Hunt Cemetery, Andover.

Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, Me 04357.

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Clyde A Perkins Jr.

PerkinsDresden-Clyde A. Perkins, Jr., 87, of the Gardiner Rd. Passed away on Friday, June 21, 2019 after a long illness.

He was born in Dresden on October 21, 1931 the son of Clyde  and Lela Perkins.

Clyde worked at Bath Iron Works 46 years, retiring in 1997.  He also worked as a marine worm digger for over 50 years.

Clyde enjoyed just plain working; particularly keeping his yard and home in perfect condition.  He never replaced anything he couldn't fix himself.

He was predeceased by his parents, wife Anne Perkins of 57 years, sisters Dorothy Atkinson, Gloria Goud, and a brother Elwood Perkins.  Clyde is survived by daughters Peggy Mower of Dresden, Pamela Perkins of Chelsea, son Wayne Perkins and wife Sherry of Salem Township, brother Keith Perkins of Dresden, 8 grandchildren, and 6 great grandchildren.

Per Clyde's wishes a private graveside service will be held at a later date.

Special thanks to the Alfond Cancer Care Center; Dr. Polkinghorn, Dr. Nguyn.  Also Bridges Home Services, Julie Pendelton, and Maine General Hospice and the Staff who provided care for Clyde and support to his family.

Donations in Clyde's memory may be made to the Alfond Cancer Care Center, Augusta.

Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, Me 04357.

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Sally W. Coonradt

coonradtBrunswick-Sally W. Coonradt, 83, died June 16, 2019 at Cove's Edge in Damariscotta.

 She was born August 14, 1935 to Charles & Elizabeth Winters of Ogdensburg, NY.

 Sally enjoyed camping and traveling within the U.S.  She had been active in her church, participating in suppers and serving on the vestry.

 Sally was preceded in death by her parents and siblings: Charles, Jane Gillespie, John (Rusty), and Daniel Winters. She is survived by her husband of 61 years. Dakin (Bill), a brother: William Winters, children: Chester, Suzanne, Scott, Heidi Vicari, William, seven grandchildren, and three great grandchildren.

 A memorial gathering for the family will be held in July.

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Robert R. Hyde Sr

Robert HydeBOWDOIN – Robert Rodney Hyde Sr, 90 years old, of Bowdoin passed away on June 14, 2019. Bob loved his Lord. He loved his family, and he loved the great outdoors.
He is survived by his wife of 70 years, Ruth M. Hyde. They were blessed with 9 children, 22 grandchildren, and 23 great grandchildren.
Per his request, there will be no service. Please go outside, enjoy the beauty, love your family and praise the Lord.

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Phillip Withee

Phillip WitheeWISCASSET - Phillip Withee, 81 of Wiscasset Maine passed away peacefully on June 5, 2019 at his home.

Phillip was born in Gardiner, Maine on April 27, 1938, the son of Walter Withee and Velma (Light) Johnson. He attended elementary school in Washington, before moving with his family and graduating from Richmond High in 1957. He received a four year baseball scholarship to Gorham State Teachers College where he earned his Bachelor of Science Degree and later a Master’s in Education at University of Southern Maine.

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Robert Hilton Cree

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Robert Hilton (Bob) Cree of Bowdoinham, ME breathed his last breath as he slept peacefully at home in the early hours of Sunday, May 26, 2019 with his wife by his side.  After battling several years with Alzheimer’s Disease, he experienced complications that lead to his passing.  He was 77 when he went to be with the Lord.

He was Born in Boston, January 27, 1942 to Joseph Duncan Cree (D) and Helen F. (Pacheco) (D).  He had three brothers, William Cree (D) of Waukegan IL (Jeannette), Joseph Cree (D) of South Boston, and James Cree of Dedham, MA (Linda), and a younger sister, Helen Cree of Boston, Massachusetts.

He spent his childhood in the Mission Hill section of Boston, maintained a lifelong friendship with his best friend Jerry Comeau, and graduated from Boston Latin Academy having been trained as a machinist.  He married and later divorced Donna Louise (Murch).  They spent most of their years in Quincy, MA raising four children together. 

He is survived by son, Allen Cree (Susan) of Richfield, MN; son, Robert Cree (Karen) of Westfield, MA; daughter, Teresa Bardon (Brian) of Quincy, MA; daughter Jennifer Berube (Dan Lord) of Brunswick, ME and preceded in death by his son, David Cree. He has 15 grandchildren, 10+ great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. 

He later settled in Bowdoinham, ME with his beloved wife of nearly 14 years, Barbara (Cuneo) Cree and gained, a step son John Falcioni of Pembroke, MA and step daughter, Marianne Palmer (Mike) of North Quincy, and two grandchildren.

He worked his 33-year career as a “Model Maker” then “Gauge Specialist” with Gillette Safety Razor Division in South Boston.  In his early adulthood he served in the Marine Reserves.

Bob was an avid sportsman and outdoorsman. He volunteered with the Bowdoinham Fire Department and was active with local town politics.  He loved military history, taking cruises with his wife, and playing cribbage. He will always be known for his spontaneity, crazy sense of humor, patriotism, his ability to fix anything, and extreme acts of kindness.

Visiting hours will be on Thursday, May 30, 2019 at Kincer Funeral Home, 130 Pleasant Street, Richmond, ME, viewing time will be from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.  The funeral service will be held on Friday, May 31, 2019 at 11:00 am, at 2nd Baptist Church, 1 Church Street Bowdoinham, ME followed by a reception at the Bowdoinham Fire Department 57 Post Road, Bowdoinham, ME.

Internment will be on Saturday, June 1, 2019, in Puritan Lawn Cemetery, 185 Lake Street, Peabody, MA at 11:00 am. 

We would like to thank the many friends and community members who rallied around them in his final days.

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William C. Keating

KeatingRichmond-William C. Keating, 36, of Richmond passed unexpectedly on May 20, 2019.
 
Will was born on February 19, 1983 in Portland, Maine.  He attended Richmond schools as well as The community school in Camden, Maine where he graduated. Will enjoyed working as a welder for the Local 716, traveling all over the United States.
 
A bright light that attracted many, Will was best known for his loud, individual laugh and his quick, witty sense of humor.  Will was blunt and honest to a fault.  
 
Will was a strong and caring husband, father and friend, and he loved his family fiercely, especially his son.  You could always find them spending time together.  They enjoyed fishing, racing cars, camping and building all sorts of things.  He also enjoyed spending time with his siblings, Jameson, Hannah and Mackenzie, making them laugh and teasing them to no end.
 
Will liked to talk shop about cars, fabricating and fishing.  Will had become an avid fisherman over the past few years.  Most nights you could find him on the water in search of that Big Bass.
 
Will was predeceased by his grandparents, John I. Keating Sr. and Christina Ashley Keating.  
 
He is survived by his wife, Melissa Keating; son, Dempsey Keating; mother Christina E. Keating with her partner, Kenneth Johnston, of Windham; siblings Jameson Keating and his wife, Jamie, of Grand Blanc, Michigan, Hannah Keating of Portland, Mackenzie Keating of Windham, Marybeth Thayer; and In-Laws Ellen and Bill Holmes of Richmond, Maine.  He leaves behind many Aunts, Uncles, and cousins whom he loved.
 
Family and friends may visit on May 29, 2019 from 4:00 – 7:00 pm at Kincer Funeral Home in Richmond, Maine.  A funeral will be held on May 30, 2019 at 11:00 am at Calvary Cemetery in South Portland for family and friends. A celebration of life will be held following the funeral at The Moose Lodge 19 Spring street Scarborough
 
In Lieu of Flowers: donations may be made to Will’s son Dempsey Keating through Camden National Bank 111 Main Street Richmond, Maine 04357

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Cathy (Carver) Gustafson

Brunswick-Cathy Lynn (Carver) Gustafson, 50, died on May 22, 2019 at her home.

She was born January 1st 1969 the daughter of Leighton Carver and Linda (Thomson) Carver

Cathy enjoyed spending time with family, travel, laughing, watching her favorite shows and taking care of people.

Cathy worked as a registered Nurse for 18 years at the Highlands in Topsham, rising from nurse to director of assisted living. Recently she began work at Atria is Scarborough

She was predeceased by her mother Linda (Thomson) Carver. Cathy is survived by her son Jason Gustafson of Brunswick, father Leighton Carver of Richmond, brothers Michael Carver wife Kathy of Bowdoinham, Bruce Carver and wife Laurie of Richmond, nieces & nephews Jennifer Bayles of Richmond, Brittni (Carver) Guerrette of Richmond, Tasha (Carver) Pullen of Bowdoinham, Bruce Carver Jr., of Richmond and Benjamin Carver of Richmond.

A memorial gathering will take place on Thursday, May 30th from 2 to 4pm at Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, Me 04357.

In Cathy’s memory donations may be made to the Isaac F. Umberhine Public Libary

164 Main St, Richmond, ME, 04357.

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Estella G. Partridge

PartridgeLitchfield-Estella Georgette Brown Partridge, 79, died on Monday, May 20, 2019 at the home of her son and daughter in-law.

Estella was born on April 7, 1940 the daughter of Winston and Estella (Small) Brown of Litchfield.

She married her husband Gerald A Partridge Sr., on June 28, 1958.

Estella graduated from Litchfield Academy in 1958.  She enjoyed her grandchildren, church and making lap blankets for cancer patients and veterans. 

She spent most of her working life at Etonic Shoe in Richmond.

Estella is predeceased by her parents, husband Gerald Sr., and baby sister Winnie.  She is survived by sons Gerald Partridge Jr., Gary Partridge and wife Ronnette, sister Wealthy Harvey and husband Earl, grandchildren Erica, Angelica, Bethany, Ronnie, Avery, Megan, Cameron, and Kylie.  Also, great grandchildren Autumn, Gabriel, Oliver and Ryan. 

A graveside service will take place on Saturday, June 1st at 1pm at Litchfield Plains Cemetery, Litchfield with Pastor James Wiley officiating.

Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, Me 04357.

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Jesse F. Jellison Sr

jesse srFarmingdale-Jesse F. Jellison, Sr., passed May 8, 2019 while in the care of Hospice at Veterans Administration Togus. Jesse was born 7/11/1941 in Farmingdale. A special thank you to Jennifer Collins, an aide at Togus who took care of Jesse during his visits and who continued to check on Jesse during his stay at the Hospice Unit.

Jesse was a lover of old cars, trucks and tractor trailers. He collected pictures and models of old vehicles throughout his life. He also purchased a number of old cars and trucks throughout his life. One of his favorites was a one ton 59 International.

Jesse was a Veteran from the U.S. Army. He served in Alaska before it was a state, as a transportation specialist. Jesse had the opportunity to drive Bob Hope and his entourage around during a USO tour while serving in the Army in Alaska.

Jesse worked at many different jobs during his career - starting as a shoe shop worker; then at Hubbard's Restaurant; Berry's plowing snow; an over the road truck driver for Maine Millen, Maine Tank, Maine Banana, Lipman's Poultry, Rufus Rich Trucking, Pat Cyr Trucking, E.J. Prescott, Decoster Egg Farm; finishing his career as a dump cart driver with Warren Construction, O.D. Lee, and Monroe Construction.

Jesse enjoyed watching Fox news, arguing with the anchors as they stories unfolded. To say he had a passion for news and politics as well as a definite opinion was putting it lightly. His love for the above stemmed from his passion for learning about history - World War II in particular.

Jesse was predeceased by his parents, Carrie Verrill and Henry Jellison. He was also predeceased by 7 brothers, Winfield Millett, Maurice Millett, Jr., Kenneth Millett, Fred Jellison, George Jellison, Herman Jellison, William Jellison. Jesse was also predeceased by two of his three sons, Scott Jellison and Herman Jellison.

Jesse is survived by four children; Jesse F. Jellison, Jr (Owner of Jellison Fuel and Heating), Chelsea; Elana Jellison and her husband Gary Hoar, Whitefield; Kristina Jellison, Dixfield; and Rebecca Jellison, Chelsea.

A graveside service will take place at the Cherry Hill Cemetery in West Gardiner on Tuesday, July 30th at 5pm.

Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St., Richmond, Me 04357

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Karen L. Pickett

RICHMOND - Karen Leona Pickett, age 70, of Chita Lane in Richmond, passed away unexpectedly Saturday May 4, 2019 at her residence.

Karen was custodian at Dresden Elementary School. She also volunteered at the school working on classroom projects and reading to the children. She was loved and appreciated by all.                                      

Karen was born May 17, 1948 in Manchester, CT to William Franklin Sherman and Evelyn Leona La Chance Sherman, who preceded her in death. She is survived by 3 sisters, JoAnn E. Webber of Pawleys Island, SC; Suzanne M. Bell of Plantersville, TX; and Dana M. Sherman of Augusta, ME.

There was a private ceremony at her home with close friends and her sisters. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in her memory to Umberhine Library directed to children's programming, 86 Main Street, Richmond, ME 04357.


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Casey James Main

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The Main family announces with great sadness the loss of Casey Main, age 36 of Wiscasset.

He died on Thursday, April 25, 2019.

Casey was born on July 26, 1982 in Damariscotta to James and Judith (Cederlund) Main ( and his big brother Chris).

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Miles T. Brookes

Miles BrookesWaterville-Miles Taylor Brookes, 87, died on Wednesday April 24, 2019 at
Maine General Medical Center, Augusta.

He was born on March 3, 1932 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania the son of
Miles and Mae Brookes.

Miles proudly served his country in the United States Navy during the
Korean War as a hospital corpsman.

Miles as also a priest for many years at the Holy Archangels Orthodox
Church in Waterville.

He was a member of Post 5 American Legion in Waterville, 50 year Civil
Air Patrol member, Ham operator W1NIA, and an avid animal lover.

Miles was predeceased by his parents, son HM2 Mark S. Brookes USN and a sister
Florence. He is survived by his wife of 60 years Susan Brookes of
Waterville, sons Miles M. Brookes of Hinckley, David A. Brookes of Ohio,
daughter Heather Brookes of Ohio, 7 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren
and special friend Joseph Amoral.

Family and friends are invited to visit on Monday, May 6th at 10am at St. Alexander Nevsky Russian Orthodox Church, Church St. Richmond. A funeral service will follow at 11am at the church. Burial will take place at the Hillside Cemetery, Gorham following the service.

In his memory donations may be made to a the church of one's religious
faith.

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Verona L. Hammer

Verona Hammer Obit PicBRUNSWICK - Verona Laydon Hammer, age 91, of Brunswick, ME, died on April 14, 2019 at her home.  She was born on June 27, 1927 to Edwin T Laydon and Marion Hamling in Meriden, CT

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Ronald I. Meserve

Pittston-Ronald I Meserve, 81, died Friday, April 12, 2019, at Maine General in Augusta, ME.

He was born in Richmond, February 23, 1938, the son of Evelyn M. and Irving Meserve.


Ron was employed by United Shoe Machinery in Beverly, Massachusetts

He is survived by his wife Anita A. Meserve of Pittston, their children Ronald L. Meserve of Richmond, Heather A. Meserve of Gardiner, Sister Jeanne Whittier of Boothbay Harbor, nieces Lori Kumberfelt, Nancy Ingham both of Massachusetts and his grandchildren, Kurt Kenny, Cass Meserve, Brandon Brown and Courtney Brown.

A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, May 4th 2019, @1pm @ 746 Wiscasset Road, Pittston ME.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the New England Rehabilitation Hospital 335 Brighton Ave. Portland, Me 04102

Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, Me 04357

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Judith A. Morang

Judith MorangWOOLWICH - Judith Ann Morang, age 74, passed away peacefully at her home in Woolwich on April 10, 2019.

Judy was born on October 24, 1944 in Belfast, Maine to Maurice Arthur Morang and Gertrude L. Ripley, both of Appleton, Maine where she grew up. She went on to graduate from nursing school as a Licensed Practical Nurse and was employed at Bath Memorial Hospital from 1979 until retirement in 1984, where she met her best friend Mary Bryan. Judy provided loving care not only to patients but also to family and friends.

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Joanne H. Rowland

Joanne RowlandBOWDOINHAM - Joanne H. Rowland, age 84 of Bowdoinham passed away on April 1, 2019 at Mid Coast Hospital following a brief illness. She was born in 1934 to Archie and Gladys (Morgan) Rasmussen in Hoquiam, Washington.

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Wilfred L. Bolduc

Wilfred BolducLITCHFIELD - Wilfred Lloyd Bolduc, 84, went home to be with his Lord & Savior Jesus Christ on March 15, 2019 after spending over 2 months in CMMC and D'Yuville Rehab in Lewiston, ME. Following several complications he came home to be with his wife Florence, son Kevan, daughter in law Debbie, daughter Betty Lynn Cameron, and son in law Peter Cameron. 
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Denise F. Gibbs

Denise Gibbs obit picRICHMOND – Denise F. Gibbs, 66, of Richmond passed away on Tuesday, March 19, 2019. She was born on December 5, 1952 in Gardiner, ME, the daughter of Francis L. and Marjorie I. (Baker) Mailloux. Denise attended Richmond schools and was a graduate of Richmond High School class of 1971. One year later she married her childhood sweetheart, Roger Gibbs, and shared 46 and a half amazing years together. Denise also attended CMVTI where she received her LPN Certification and then returned to complete an Associates Degree to become a Registered Nurse.

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Albert Acker

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Bowdoinham- Albert D. Acker, 89, passed peacefully on Friday, March 8, 2019 at his home. He was born in Alfred, Maine on September 3rd, 1929, the son of Henry and Mary Acker. He graduated from Sanford High School and retired from the U.S Navy VP 21 after 22 years with the rank of Senior Chief Aviation Mate. He was a member of the P2 and P3 Neptune groups. He was a Veteran of both the Korean Conflict and Viet Nam war. Following retirement, he served as Treasurer/Manager of the Bowdoinham Federal Credit Union for 25 years and as Selectman of Bowdoinham for 7 years. He also attended night classes and graduated from New Hampshire College in 1979 with a degree in Business.

Al Acker was a proud member of the Springvale Masonic Lodge #190 for 67 years; an Honorary member of Village Masonic Lodge #26 of Bowdoinham; a member of Post 132 American Legion of Richmond, ME, Fleet Reserve Association; and was one of the founding members of the Snowbirds Snowmobile Club out of Bowdoinham.

 Along with his parents, Al just in his early 20’s, built a cabin in Acton, ME which is beloved by several generations of family and friends. He loved hunting and fishing and doting on his grandchildren and great grandchildren. He was best known for his quick wit; his irreverent sense of humor; his ability to sew clothes without patterns; his cooking skills; his strong political views and his “Al-oquisms” (eye roll worthy pearls of wisdom).

He is survived by his wife of 67 years, Beverly Allen Acker; his daughter-in-law Barbara Acker of Bowdoinham, ME; his children Edward of Largo, FL.; Kenneth of Scarborough, ME.; Douglas (and Laurie) of Gardnerville, NV; Patricia (and David) Acker-Bailey of Mechanicsburg, PA.;  7 grandchildren (Allen Acker, Jesse Bailey, Carey Bailey Myers, Zachary Acker, Kristin Acker, Ben Acker and Megan Acker) and 6 great grandchildren (Nella Acker, Maeve Acker, Henry Acker, Harper Myers IV, Lily and Jade and several step-grandchildren and step great grandchildren. In addition, he leaves dear family friends Dari, Bruce and Jade Hurley.

Al also leaves behind his brother Howard (and Marcia) Acker of Acton, ME and New Port Richey, FL and his brother-in-law Clifford Randall of Shapleigh, ME.

He is predeceased by his eldest son David (of Bowdoinham), his parents and two sisters Marjorie Acker Lawrence and Harriet Acker Randall.

Burial will be at the Southern Maine Veterans Cemetery in Springvale, ME. at the convenience of the family.

A public Celebration of Life will be held at the Kincer Funeral Home at 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, ME on March 22nd from 4:30-7:30 with a short memorial at 7pm. 

In lieu of flowers memorial donation may be made in Al's memory to CHAN's Hospice, 45 Baribeau Dr. Brunswick, Me 04011

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Florence W. Weeks

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TOPSHAM - Florence Worster Weeks died peacefully on February 27 after a fall.  She was born Florence Evelyn Cousins in Old Town, Maine on August 22, 1921, the daughter of Edgar Millard Cousins and Arline Brown Cousins. Her family was prominent in Old Town; her father spent time both as the mayor and as a legislator. By her own recollection, she was a lively child, never one to obey rules with which she did not agree. She graduated Old Town High School in 1938 and subsequently attended the University of Maine, where she graduated in 1942 with a degree in English. During college, she waited tables at the Hotel Pemaquid Dining Room for three summers. She was a member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. After graduation, she moved to Painted Post, New York, where she married Arthur Roscoe Worster, also a University of Maine graduate, who was from Madison, Maine.

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Joseph "Peter" Pickett

Peter Pickett picBRUNSWICK – Joseph “Peter” Pickett born April 18, 1941 passed away February 10, 2019 at Maine Medical Center in Portland. A husband, father, son, brother, and grandfather. Pete was a friend to all who knew him.

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Dr. Alexander Norzow Sr.

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Bowdoin - It is with sadness in our hearts that we announce that Dr. Alex J. Norzow fell asleep peacefully in the Lord after a short battle with leukemia Thursday night February 7, 2019. He was born in Kiev, Ukraine on June 20, 1939 to Ivan and Anna Norzow. He immigrated to the United States in 1951 and became an all-American success story. He was a man with a big heart who loved the Lord with all his heart, mind, and soul.

He was truly a blessing to everyone he came in contact with and he strove to help those who were less fortunate than he. Everything that Alex tried his hand at he was good at. He was a gifted doctor and delivered around 5,000 babies at Parkview Adventist Hospital and went on numerous medical missionary trips to Africa, Russia, and South America.


Alex loved to build things, especially houses, garages, and cars with and for people. He was also a talented musician and played at least 10 instruments. But most of all He absolutely loved to fish and would stay out on the water all day with his fishing friends. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

He is survived by his wife Carolyn, his sister Lucy, sister-in-law Florence, his son Eric and wife Patty, grandchildren AJ, Norman, Daniel, Evan and Matthew, three step daughters, four step grandchildren, and seven step great grandchildren,
and his beloved pups Allie and Danny. We will see him again on that great day when Jesus returns.

A celebration of life will be held Sunday February 17, 2019 at 1pm at the Brunswick Seventh-Day Adventist Church.

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Alexander Norzow

It is with sadness in our hearts that we announce that Dr. Alex J. Norzow fell asleep peacefully in the Lord after a short battle with leukemia Thursday night February 7, 2019. He was born in Kiev, Ukraine on June 20, 1939 to Ivan and Anna Norzow. He immigrated to the United States in 1951 and became an all-American success story. He was a man with a big heart who loved the Lord with all his heart, mind, and soul. He was truly a blessing to everyone he came in contact with and he strove to help those who were less fortunate than he. Everything that Alex tried his hand at he was good at. He was a gifted doctor and delivered around 5,000 babies at Parkview Adventist Hospital and went on numerous medical missionary trips to Africa, Russia, and South America. Alex loved to build things, especially houses, garages, and cars with and for people. He was also a talented musician and played at least 10 instruments. But most of all He absolutely loved to fish and would stay out on the water all day with his fishing friends. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends. He is survived by his wife Carolyn, his sister Lucy, sister-in-law Florence, his son Eric and wife Patty, grandchildren AJ, Norman, Daniel, Evan and Matthew, three step daughters, four step grandchildren, and seven step great grandchildren, and his beloved pups Allie and Danny. We will see him again on that great day when Jesus returns.
A celebration of life will be held Sunday February 17, 2019 at 1pm at the Brunswick Seventh-Day Adventist Church.

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Frank D. Sliker

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Bowdoin – Frank D. Sliker, 83, of Bowdoin, Me passed away  unexpectedly on January 24, 2019 at his home. He was born in Lebanon, NJ on May 27, 1935 the son of Austin and Lillian (Lesk) Sliker.

Frank served our country in the Navy, retired a Vietnam Veteran and was a welder for Bath Iron Works (retired) and a member of the local S6.

Frank is survived by his sons: Michael Sano, Richard Sano, Kris Sliker, and daughtersLinda Johnsen, Kathy Vigue, 11 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. Frank was predeceased by his parents, his wife Savina T. Sliker, son Paul Sliker and a grandson Matt Sliker.

Family and friends are invited to visit on Thursday, January 31 from 5-7 PM at the Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, Me with a funeral ceremony at 7. Franks Burial will take place at the Maine Veteran’s Memorial Cemetery in Augusta in the spring time.  Services are under the care and direction of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, Me www.kincerfuneralhome.com

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Clinton Feyler

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Mt. Vernon - Clinton A. Feyler, 87, of Mt. Vernon passed away unexpectedly on Friday, January 11, 2019. Clint was born in Newcastle, ME on August 6, 1931, a son of Charles E. and Hattie M. (Weaver) Feyler.

Clint attended local schools and went on to serve in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. He served as a Tank Batallion Commander and received many medals, ribbons, and citations throughout his service including 2 Bronze Service Stars, a National Defense Medal,  and a United Nations Medal. He was a member of the Jefferson Grange.  He worked at Bath Iron Works for
34 years as a pipefitter and welder.

Clint, aka "Snoopy", was known throughout Maine's stock car racing community for his success on local short tracks. His dedication to, and passion for, the sport he loved was exhibited by his recent induction into the Maine Motorsports Hall of Fame. When not at work on his race cars,  hewas always willing to help his friends and neighbors. He also enjoyed
rebuilding antique tractors.

Clint is survived by his wife Jeanne (Colby) Feyler of 61 years; his daughters Audrey Mazeika and her husband David of Petersham, MA, and Lorna Maiona and her husband Christopher of Norfolk, MA; grandchildren Maxwell and Camden; his sister, Marie Boynton, and many nieces and nephews.

Clint was predeceased by his parents, his step-mother, Flora, brother Charles Jr, sister Phyllis Lilly, and his grandchildren Colby and Antonio Maiona.

A graveside service and celebration of his life will be held at the Jefferson Grange and Trask Lawn Cemetery on Route 215 in Jefferson on Saturday, May 11, 2019 from 11-2.

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Frances E. Brawn

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Richmond - Frances Ellen Brawn, 77, of Richmond passed peacefully on January 3, 2019 at Maine Medical Center. Frances was born in Brunswick, Maine on July 4, 1941, a daughter of John and Edna Tome. She was a Brunswick High School alum and worked at Etonic Shoe before joining Clarostat Manufacturing until her retirement.

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