He was married to Irene B. Webster on January 7, who he is survived by.
He worked in the construction business all his life traveling throughout the United States. After retirement he enjoyed fishing at the Forks with his wife, golfing and woodworking. He was pre-deceased by brothers Kenneth and Philip.
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Freeport-Florence A. Kierstead was born in Freeport on April 10, the daughter of Carrol. She was a shoe worker all her life, retiring from Eastland Shoe in In Freeport Rescue opened to ladies, she was the first female to join and served for 22 years as a member of the rescue and company where she served as vice president.
She Started the Viel of Life which is a medical history of patients. She worked for Freeport, Pownal and Durham before retiring from rescue in She received 3 plaques for; life member, chiefs, and memorial, which she was proud of. In she gave Chuck Arthur a little push, so that Freeport got the first charter little league soft ball for the State of Maine. She bowled for a number of years.
She also worked as a waitress for a number o. She was also caregiver to two families in this area. She worked with special Olympics for six years, she received a plaque from Olympic Headquarters for her years of service. Family and friends are invited to visit from 11 to noon on Wednesday the 4th with service commencing at noon at the Freeport Fire Department on Main St.
Burial will take place in the spring.
South China-Judith M. Mahon, 63, o. Bradford Ln. Judith worked for many years as a hairdresser in the Augusta area, co-owning Mirror Images in Augusta. After retirement she continued to work part time as a traveling hairdresser at many local nursing homes. She also worked part time at L. Judith enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, traveling and shopping. Judith was predeceased by her parents and a son Jody Mahon. A funeral service will take place on Thursday, March 5th at the Church at 11am. Burial will take place in the spring in Dixmont.
Scarborough-Donald Phillip Looby, 80, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, February 11, at his home after a long illness. He was born November 29, in Malone, New York, the son o. Harold and Gladys Looby. He graduated from high school in Rutland, Vermont and then served in the U. He was employed by the Maine Central Railroad as V. He enjoyed traveling with his wife Carolyn during his retirement years and also enjoyed the company of his grandchildren. Services will be held privately this summer in Churubusco, New York were Mr.
Looby's Irish Ancestors are buried in the graveyard that was donated to the village of Churubusco by his great grandfather William and where Donald spent many happy summers at his grandmother's and grandfather'.
The son of Richard E. He attended schools in Northborough, Mass. He was a resident of Lewiston, Maine for over 21 years. He passed into eternal life after a courageous battle with cancer on February 13, He loved sports, camping and the ocean. He traveled extensively in the U. He formed fast friendships thanks to his charm, wit, generosity of spirit, and ability to connect to others in very human terms.
He faced the illness that ravaged his body with dignity, great heart, and even humor. He was deeply loved and will be missed by Mary, his wife of 22 years, and by the children of whom he was so proud.
He also leaves, a sister, two brothers, a large extended family, and the many friends he made wherever he went. Family and friends are invited to attend visiting hours on Thursday, February 19th from 4 to 8pm at Funeral Alternatives Group 25 Tampa St. Lewiston, Me Mary Ann married William H. Bray Sr. She moved to Maine 4 years ago to be with her daughters, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. She enjoyed walking, cooking, visits to the ocean and picking up seashells, and especially spending time with her family.
Bray Jr. She was predeceased by her beloved husband William. Arthur Alexander Windecker, Jr. By he had passed all of the actuarial exams and had become a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries. He served a year in Washington and a year in Hawaii.
He retired from the Equitable in and worked part time for the next several years doing actuarial consulting for a consortium of European insurance companies. He was widowed a second time in He also served as Clerk of Session for several years. In Auburn, he was a member of the United Methodist Church. In his middle years and well into retirement, Arthur enjoyed skiing with his family, playing bridge, traveling with Beatrice, and vacationing at the family summer cottage on Lake Pocasset in Wayne.
He was a devoted husband and had a strong sense of the duty of supporting his wife and family. Arthur is predeceased by his two wives, his brother Walter Windecker, and his two sisters, Florence Windecker Stevenson and Marion Windecker. He is survived by his two sons, his daughter-in-law, Patricia Windecker, his two granddaughters, Karin Windecker and Laura Windecker, and many nephews and nieces and their children. He is also survived by his two stepdaughters, Beverly Leyden of Hebron and Arolyn Lake of North Bridgeton, and their children and grandchildren.
Interment will be later in the spring at Mt. Auburn Cemetery where Beatrice is also buried. Box , Winthrop, Maine, www.
George E. George was an avid ham radio operator from the age of 13 when he received his first call sign, K1MON. In later years, after relocating to Maine, he changed his call sign to W1ME.
George was particularly interested in amateur satellite operation and contacts with astronauts aboard Mir and the ISS. In Feb , he set up his radio station at the Rockland, ME high school as part of a PenBay radio club activity and contacted the International Space Station, allowing high school students to communicate with the astronauts aboard.
It was one of the highlights of his amateur radio involvement. He served in the U. Army from with 27 months being served in Viet Nam. He was employed by Verizon, originally New England Telephone, for 31 years as a central office technician. George was also a private pilot for many years and a former member of the Baldeagles Flying Club in Portland.
George is survived by his wife of 39 years, Caroline P. She was surrounded by her loving family.