Melbourne, Florida-Gloria Mildred Moeller Coulombe, 85, year’s young of Richmond, Maine died on December 30, 2017.
Born on November 27, 1932 in Bowdoinham the daughter of Melvin and Bertha Curtis.
Gloria was a member of the Richmond/Dresden Methodist Church, past President Augusta Emblem Club, and Eagles Club.
She enjoyed bowling, camping at The Birches, spending winters in Florida with her daughters, eating out, spending time with family and friends.
Through the years Gloria was employed at Etonic Shoe Shop in Richmond and Bath Iron Works, Bath.
She was predeceased by her husband Dick Coulombe, Son Gary Moeller, several brothers and sisters. Gloria is survived by her daughters Terry Thomas and Cyndi Moeller son Allan Moeller and Wife Cindy, 7 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren.
Calling hours will take place on Friday, January 12th from 2 to 3 with a funeral to follow at the funeral home. Burial will take place in the spring.
Memorial donations may be made to the Richmond/Dresden Methodist Church, Richmond Maine 04357.
Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, Me 04357.
Rita Mae (Goodall) Rowe
Augusta-Rita M. Rowe, 83, passed away on December 2, 2017 at Glenridge
Nursing Home, Augusta.
She was born on July 21, 1934 in Waterville the daughter of James and
Rita's greatest passion was her deep and devoted love for her family.
Rita worked in South Gardiner, Westbrook, ME as a nurse, Bristol
Connecticut Hospital in the cleaning department, and then moved back
home to Maine after retirement from Barlow Metal and Stamping in
Bristol, Ct after 36 years.
Rita was predeceased by her husband Robert G. Rowe, daughter Alice Rowe,
sister Margaret Goodall, brother Robert Goodall, father and mother in
laws Bertell and Evangeline Rowe.
Rita is survived by her children Kurt Rowe Sr., of Gardiner, Melodie
Zacher and husband Pastor Art Zacher of California, Jean Sanford and
husband Pastor Doug Sanford of Florida, Bertell Rowe and wife Gretchen
Rowe of Connecticut, Peggy Ballard and husband Larry Ballard of Florida,
Robert Rowe and wife Cindy Rowe of Gardiner, sister Mary Follett of
South China, brothers Richard Goodall of Gardiner, James Goodall Jr., of
Richmond, 10 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren, sister in-laws
Glynnis Cooper of Augusta, Marlene Niles and husband Jim Niles of
Oklahoma, as well several nieces, nephews and Cousins.
A chapel service will be held at the Maine Veteran's Memorial Cemetery
on March 22, 2018 at 1PM. Arrangements are under the care and direction
of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, Me 04357
Bowdoinham - Steven A Davis passed away unexpectedly on December 16, 2017 at his home in Bowdoinham. Steve was born on April 9, 1956 a son of Linwood and Jean (Wilson) Davis.
Steve worked for many years as a crane operator helping build some of the largest and most recognizable buildings in Maine.
Steve was an avid outdoorsman who loved fly fishing many of the rivers and ponds or Northern Maine. He had a great passion for hunting and riding his Harley Davidson.
Steve is survived by his son's; Steven Davis, Jay Davis, Kaleb Davis as well as his grandchildren, Schylur and Lilly Davis and many nieces and nephews.
A celebration of Steve's life will be held at The Old Goat in Richmond on Saturday, December 30th from 11Am to 1 Pm. Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, Me www.kincerfuneralhome.com
Timothy S. McManus
Topsham - Timmy McManus, 59, passed away December 19, 2017.
Born in Vermont the son of Doris and Nate Davis.
He grew up in Freeport/Pownal area.
He loved spending time with his family and wonderful friends.
He loved being on the ocean lobstering, loved fishing, playing horseshoes, pool, and
a good card game with close friends.
No one had a better upbeat positive attitude then Tim.
He always did things his way and enjoyed life to the fullest.
He is predeceased by his dad Nate, brother John, and cousin Scott LeClair.
Survived is his mom Doris, sister's Deb & Rick Jones of West Gardiner,
Shirley and Devin Anderson of Manchester, Carolyn and Tim Mayo of Topsham and brother Gordon McManus of Massachusetts.
Also, his children Corey and Julie Groves and mom Tanya of Lisbon and daughter
Trish Merrill of Freeport, grandchildren Summer and Braylynn Dostie
along with nieces Danielle LeClair, Heather Jones and nephew Bobby Jones.
The family would like to thank Doctor Moyer and Ebraham for their terrific care.
A private service for family and close friends will be held in the Spring.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the St Jude Children's Hospital,
POB 50, Memphis TN 38101-9929.
Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home, 130 Pleasant St, Richmond, ME 04357
Augusta-Sharon E. Newton, 75, passed away peacefully and unexpectedly in her sleep Sunday, December 17, 2017.
Sharon was born Gardiner on September 17, 1942 the daughter of Walter L. and Marie V. (Flagg) Greenleaf.
She was raised in West Gardiner, attending and graduating from Gardiner High School.
Sharon worked for many years at Kirschner's in Augusta until the doors closed. She later moved on to Digital working in the shipping and receiving department until her retirement.
She loved singing, sharing her music, entertaining, cooking, outdoors, hiking, kayaking, biking, camping and fishing. She also loved to travel, taking her grandsons bird hunting and granddaughters hiking through the streams in the Jackman area. Sharon particularly loved her grandchildren and great grand babies, always asking about them all. Seeing each one grow always put a smile on her face, she was happy and proud of every single one of them. Sharon was a giving person always wanting to make others happy, she would give her shirt off her back to help the next person. Sharon sure did what she wanted and lived her life to the fullest.
Sharon had a deep faith in God, attending Calvary Four Square Church for 20 years.
Sharon is predeceased by her parents, brothers Dana and John, sisters Nancy, Carole and Cheryl. She is survived by her children Scott Newton and wife Tammy of West Gardiner, Kelly Clark and husband Thomas of Richmond, Thomas Newton and wife Suzanne of West Gardiner, Tammy Hodgkins of Richmond, siblings David and wife Ida Greenleaf of Litchfield, Walter and wife Diane Greenleaf of Vassalboro, Karen and husband Ben Slater of Texas, Sandy Greenleaf Boucher of Florida, 12 grandchildren, 15 great grand babies, several nieces and nephews.
At Sharon's request there will be no services. A graveside services will take place in the spring. In Lieu of flowers donations may be made in her name to the Calvary Four Square Church 109 Old Brunswick Rd. Gardiner, Me 04345
" For wherever two or more are gathered in My name, there I am with them" Jesus.
Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, Me 04345.
Augusta-Herbert M. Barry Sr., 80, passed away peacefully on Monday December 4, 2017 at Maine General Medical Center, Augusta.
He was born on October 19, 1937 in Augusta the son of Herbert and Wilhelmina (Hastings) Barry. After leaving Lee Academy Herbert served his country in the United States Navy. He later joined Local 716 as a welder and pipe fitter, working around the country.
Herb was a member of Village Lodge #26 of Bowdoinham, American Legion Post 132 of Richmond and the First Baptist Church of Gardiner.
He enjoyed racing his car, Nascar and snowmobiling with his family. He also enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. Herb liked teaching his children and nephews about guns, how to hunt, fish, gardening, spending time with his dogs and riding his Harley Davidson "Bertha". Herbert didn't get to see his family all the time, but he was very sentimental and always remembered birthdays and special occasions. He especially loved his grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Herbert was predeceased by his parents, grandson Herbert W. Barry and mother his children Sonja G. Durgin. He is survived by his son Herb M. Barry Jr., of Florida, daughter Wendy Lilly and husband Loren Sr., of Richmond, brother William Barry and wife Belinda of Florida, sisters Sandra Sanders and husband Donald of Augusta, Sugar "Dorothy" Trask and husband Clyde of Augusta, grandchildren Rory Barry and wife Chelsea, Nicole Freeman and husband Dan, Loren Lilly Jr., great grandchildren Emma and Rory Barry, and his sweet heart Jane Garceau also known as his Angel.
Family and friends are invited to visit on Thursday, December 7th from 4 to 7pm at the funeral home. A funeral service will take place on Friday, December 8th at noon at the New Maine Veterans Cemetery Mt. Vernon Rd. Augusta with military honors.
Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, Me 04357
Dresden-Sharon L. Hall, 76, of Cedar Grove Rd., passed on to Heaven with her Savior Jesus Christ on Monday, November 27, 2017 at Maine Medical Center, Portland. She was born on March 11, 1941 in Rumford the daughter of Delbert and Blanche Fitzherbert. Sharon was a nurse for 25 years at AMHI., going there shortly after graduation from nursing school. After retirement her life was devoted to raising her son Jonathan loving her husband. Her life was also devoted to her faith and being part of the family of God for over 30 years. She was a member of the Dresden Community Church and recently attending Family Christian Fellowship. She enjoyed camping, gardening, loved to shop and going out with special friends. Sharon was predeceased by her father Delbert Fitzherbert and grandparents. She is survived by her husband Fred Hall of Dresden, son Jonathan Hall of Nebraska, stepson Fred C. Hall of Montana, stepdaughter Leslie LaWicker of Minot, mother Blanche Fitzherbert of Dresden, cousin Harold and Stella Gibbs of Greene. A memorial service will be held at the Family Christian Fellowship 655 Augusta Rd., Topsham on Thursday, December 7th at 3pm. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the Family Christian Fellowship 655 Augusta Rd. Topsham, Me 04086 Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, M3 04357.
Richmond-Victor A. Gagnon, 84, of Hatch St., died on November 26, 2017 at VA Medical Center, Togus.
He was born on November 23, 1933 in Richmond the son of Ernest and Eva Gagnon.
Victor proudly served his country during the Korean War. While in Japan, he was part of the Army Ski Team.
Victor was a member and past trustee of the Gardiner Eagles, Aerie 4330, Past Commander of Richmond Post 132 American Legion, past finance officer of the Kennebec County Legion Scoutmaster troop 610 of Dresden, VFW and Bowdoinham Masonic Lodge.
He enjoyed snowmobiling, hunting, dancing, ice fishing and camping.
Victor worked Pratt and Whitney, Bath Iron Works and was a self-employed carpenter.
He was predeceased by his parents, brothers Henry, Arthur, Ernie Jr., Norman, sisters Rosanna, Helen, Margaret, Geneva, Lorraine, and son Trent Gagnon. Victor is survived by sons Edward of Texas, Glenn and wife Jill of Texas and Vic’s longtime partner Charlotte Beasley of Richmond and her children Tina Cadrette, Ken Beasley, Robert Beasley, grandchildren Courtland, David, Adrian, great grandchildren Chloe and Preston.
A funeral service with military honors will take place on Monday, December 4th at 2pm at the Old Maine Veterans Cemetery, Civic Center Dr. Augusta.
In Vic’s memory donations may be made to the Wounded Warriors Project PO Box 758516 Topeka KS 66675.
Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, Me 04357.
Richmond - On November 18, 2017, David H. Lothridge, 73, decided it was time to take his final nap and watch peacefully over Knights Pond Camp where he, his wife Karen, his Brother Gary and his sister Lauralei Collier would spend much of their time playing cribbage and relaxing.
For most of David's life he operated heavy equipment and loved playing with his "Big Boy Toys!" David got to visit Alaska 3 times in recent years with his son Derek and fell in love with it. He took his grandson Trystin there and was planning on taking his granddaughter Bryannah and grandson Gage as well.
To his entire family David was the one they turned to "fix" everything. He was always ready with a joke or a story and forever was teasing, playing and loving the grandchildren. To his wife he was everything - they were "One" as his brother would say.
David will leave a big void in the lives of the people who knew him. He will be watching over his wife of 47 years, Karen, son Derek and fiancé Tammy Whyte, his beautiful daughter Shannon, who took on his "fix it and I can operate anything" attitude and her husband Ryan Shea and his daughter Tina Laforge and her significant other Mark Andrews. David is also survived by his sister Lauralei Collier and her husband Chad, and his brothers Gary and Stanford Lothridge, grandchildren; Amanda Walsh, Rachel Laforge, Gage Lothridge, Trystin, Bryannah and Kamdyn Shea, 5 great grandchildren and several dearly loved nieces and nephews and close friends Herm Williams and Norm Noggle.
David was predeceased by his parents; Clifford and Laura Lothridge.
At David's request there will be no visitation or services.
Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St. Richmond, Me
Bowdoinham-Kayla N. Seigars, 30, of the Post Rd. passed away on
Thursday, November 16, 2017 at Maine Medical Center, Portland.
She was born on November 1, 1987 in Brunswick the daughter of Andy
Desjardins and Deborah Seigars.
Kayla was a true fighter, she was always admired for her strength and
ambitious attitude, there was no challenge that she would not accept.
Kayla loved the outdoors, she had an adventurous soul who embraced every
moment of life. Making memories with family and friends was something
she truly valued. Among all the things she enjoyed in life she was well
known for her love of fishing, hunting, gatherings with friends and a
passion for anything with a motor. Kayla's life was full of love, she
had a caring nature to help others and would never ask for a thing in
return. She had an unforgettable laugh and beautiful smile that filled
the hearts of so many. She was driven with dreams that she shared with
the love of her life Jason, her children who inspired her and completed
every piece of her heart, loving them unconditionally with every breath
that she took. She will be deeply missed by her family and friends.
Kayla was predeceased by her mother Deborah Seigars and grandfathers
Raymond Seigars, Leroy Smith and Orel Desjardins. She is survived by her
significant other Jason Sylvester of Richmond, father Andy Desjardins
and step mother Kim of Bowdoinham, her children Harley Holman of Topsham,
Dakota Owen of Bowdoinham, Hunter Sylvester of Richmond, sister Tabatha
Lumbert of Richmond, brothers Darrin, Joshua and Brandon Desjardins all
of Bowdoinham and brother Dustin Barnes of Richmond, grandmothers Sylvia
Seigars and Laverne Smith of Richmond, and Joan Goodenow of Bowdoinham,
several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.
A graveside service will be held on Monday, November 27th at 1pm at
Forest Hill Cemetery, Dresden. A gathering will follow at Kayla's parents’ home in Bowdoinham.
Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home 130 Pleasant St.
Richmond, Me 04357.
KIM STARR 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