She enjoyed traveling, playing tennis, swimming, reading, playing bridge, and being with her family. 04240, or a charity. Lewiston- Gaston E. Demers, 66, of Auburn, died Thursday morning, February 23rd, at St. Mary’s Hospital, after a long time of poor health. Dr. Hiebert is survived by his wife of thirty years, May Cameron Hiebert and five children from his previous marriage to Maryanne Tremaine Hiebert; Timothy Hiebert, PhD and wife Beth Brainerd, PhD., Sarah Jane Hiebert, PhD and husband Darrell Flowers. She was a longtime member of the First Assembly of God, Lewiston. There will be no service.Burial will be in Burr Cemetery Freeport. Frank retired from teaching in 1997, after 27 years with Yarmouth schools and 35 years of providing music education in Maine. He loved growing vegetables, especially potatoes, tomatoes, and all kinds of berries, almost as much as he loved eating them. A graveside service will be held at a later date. He married Lotus A. McKenna on July 8, 1958 and together the raised their family. At Wiscasset, he coached the track team to win the class-S Maine State Championship in 1956, 1957 and 1958. Arranagements by Funeral Alternatives LLC, Lewiston. AUBURN – Geri Bement, 79, of Valview Drive, passed away Tuesday, December 11, 2007 after a courageous battle with cancer, with her beloved family, and her cat Sydney by her side. Margaret was an outstanding caretaker to the elderly population most of her life, until she was unable to perform those duties required of her due to her arthritis. He also attended the Unitarian Universalist Church. He is survived by his beloved wife Mary Swisher of Auburn, son Richard Swisher of West Virginia, daughter Patti Deburra of Poland, granddaughters Dezaray, Kelsey, and Crista Deburra, grandson William Swisher, brothers Fred Swisher of Patton, George Swisher of Montana, John Earl of Utah, Kenneth Swisher of Montana, sisters Grethen Gers of Virginia, Catherine Lallemand of Pennsylvania, Step Children Marianne Kimball, Ralph Kimball, Frank Kimball, Step Grandchildren Zack, Tyler, Tabatha. Seven grandchildren; Cindy, Paul, Dianne, Monita, Julie, Jessica, Kristopher, fifteen great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. She had an abiding love for Chebeague Island, Maine, her father’s childhood home, and visited there every summer of her life. They were regular communicants at Holy Martyrs Parish in Falmouth. Durham-David D. Galarneau, Jr., 54, of the Day Rd. She was very dedicated to her calling and always strove to put her patients first and be there for them. He played "Love Me Tender, Love Me True," in a piano recital and pleased his mother with a fabulous tenor voice. One of his newer loves was the Bowdoin College Museum of Art. . Timmy had a very infectious smile and was a real people person. He loved to entertain with local tales of adventures on the sea. Graham “Grady” Pierce, 53, of Westbrook, passed away October 25, 2008, with great courage surrounded by family and friends, at his home. He enjoyed Family, Grandchildren, Hunting, Fishing, Boating, Camping, Motorcycles and Flying. October 1944 to work for Great Northern Paper Co. for 32 years. Evolution des crimes et délits enregistrés en France entre 2012 et 2019, statistiques détaillées au niveau national, départemental et jusqu'au service de police ou gendarmerie Associations : Subventions par mot dans les noms des associations Togus-David Vanier, 58, passed away on February 16, 2007 at the Veterans Administration Medical Center. of Benjamin and Lucy (Perkins) Hall. Stone, Lucille passed away on December 10, 2005 at St. Mary's Hospital Lewiston. Lewiston-Robert C. Herrick, 86, of Orchard St. Auburn died unexpectedly Monday, June 12, 2006 at Central Maine Medical Center. Neal is a member of the Blazing Star Lodge, #30 AF & AM Rumford, ME; the Kora Temple Shrine; the Order of Eastern Star, Pondicherry Chapter, Bridgton, and the Yankee Radio Club, KB1YI. She enjoyed the company of others, especially during the mushroom season and loved going to Marden's. may be made to: . Upon graduating from High School he joined the Naval Reserve, and enlisted in the United States Air Force in 1954. She was predeceased by her parents, husbands, and all of her siblings. He was born in Auburn, February 17, 1915, the son of Oliver S. and Ethel L. (Hodgman) Hathorne. She is survived by her son, Larry R. Smith and wife Connie of Meredith, N.H., her son Michael D. Smith and wife Dorothy of Greene and her daughter Sheila Smith (Clifford) and husband Leland of Sabattus. Augusta-William B. Goldberg, 91, of Hallowell died June 7, 2008 at Gray Birch Nursing Home. She attended elementary schools in Wilton and graduated from Wilton Academy in 1963. Sabattus – Daniel J. McWilliams, 29, of Sabattus died unexpectedly on Monday and went to be with the Lord. Internationally regarded for its superb acoustics and its cast iron facade, the hall is known as the nation's finest pre-Civil War concert hall and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. He particularly enjoyed the annual family reunions held over the years in locations in the Northeast, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. Born January 11, 1928, she was a daughter of Harold and Agnes Harlow Holman. degree in 1451. He was born in Augusta on May 26, 1939, son of Warner Everette and Ethel May Preater Taylor. The family wishes to express gratitude to the staff of St. Mary’s and d’Youville Pavilion for their compassion and excellence in care provided to Richard. He was born on February 15, 1947, in Lewiston, the son of Beverly Malia and Sydney Danforth. Arrangements by Funeral Alternatives Group, Lewiston. She would not want us to sorrow as she merrily travels her way Only hope for a brighter tomorrow just smile each and every day. Rodney was a member of the Summit Spring Golf Club in Poland Spring. In addition to the friends in his car, he is also survived by his extraordinary family of blood relatives, love cousins and kindred spirits: his mother, Jacqui Clark and Meghan Lamey, Debbie Mattson, Sam Furth and wife Rachel, Abe Furth and wife Heather, Becky Lamey, Pam Rosen and Bob Mulliken, Gail Clark, Cheryl Clark, Jessica Rosen, Leslie Rosen, Ben Peirce, Morgan Peirce, David Seville, Linda and Pete Mattson, Hank Mattson, Teddy Mattson, Nan Bell, Dan Bell, James Bell, Katie Bell, and his dog with a big neck, Ben. Judy was employed as a nurses' aide, working much of her time on the psychiatric unit, at Togus Veterans Hospital. Concord, New Hampshire 03301. She is survived by her parents, Stephen and Doris Sweet, of Sandown, NH; a sister, Charlotte Kaufmann, of Winslow; brothers Paul Sweet of Sandown, NH, and Duane Sweet, of Leimen, Germany; and several nieces and nephews. After marrying and having four children, Audrey decided to go back to school. They enjoyed many activities together including fishing and target shooting. He served as a meteorologist during WW II in England where he met and married his first wife, Jessica Harris. Funeral Alternatives offers cremation services, burial and funeral services, pre-need packages, and memorial merchandise. John later worked for Bath Iron Works for many years until his illness. He loved to hunt and fish as well as working in his garden. Her immediate family was at her bedside. A private memorial service will be held at St. Peter’s Cemetery mausoleum. No one escaped without giving a helping hand. Richard was predeceased by his parents and his son Tony in 1992. Her caregivers, in addition to her brother, Andy; Tracie Young Carolin; Lisa Kaye Pomerleau, RN; and Mark Sutton, were all with her until the end. Vernon was an avid outdoorsman who loved hunting and fishing. She was born on May 22, 1924 in Lincoln the daughter of Francis and Charlotte (Frazer) Monroe. He was born on July 6, 1961 in Berlin New Hampshire the son of Aubrey and Sheila (Heath) Daye. He is survived by Cheryl Mylen; one stepdaughter, Tammy, and two stepsons, Edward and David; three step granddaughters, one step grandson and one step great-granddaughter; his sons, Everette Milo, Richard Elmer, William Scott, Milo Edward and Thomas; his daughters, Brenda, Betty "Jane," and Sally; stepdaughter LouAnna; by his wife, Iva Taylor; brothers Warner and John Taylor; sisters Beverly, Alvena "Pee Wee," Wanita, Lillian and Mabel; sister-in-law Dawn Taylor; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren; and nieces, nephews and cousins. In 1937, she married Thomas Russell of Millinocket. In Lieu of flowers Donations may be sent to the S.P.C.A. Vici was a talented and creative person who was a skilled vocalist and enjoyed arts and crafts. She is survived by a sister-in-law Rita Vincent of Santa Maria, CA., a cousin, Mrs. Grace Bernatchez of Auburn, nieces Priscilla Pellitier, Sue Welkner and Linda Vincent. She treated everyone with the dignity and respect that she felt all human beings deserve.. She worked at many jobs, including one of her favorites as a teacher at Clinton Elementary School, where she helped many students find their confidence and special abilities.. Dodie, Peggy and Debbie were there when Dwayne needed them. She grew up in an extended household including her mother, sister, four uncles, grandfather and grandmother. All services will be private. Also to Vigrred, Reverend Gordon Cook, Father Concannon and Father Andy and especially to Vidney Docat and Linda McDonough of Chans Home Hospice the kindness of this community has been overwhelming. Lewiston-Susan L. Girardin, 48, of Bartlett St. After living in Vermont for many years, he returned to Auburn and has been the Service Advisor at Delekto Brothers Inc. for the past few years. Followed by a Celebration of Tom's life at 11 am at the First Parish Congregational Church, Pownal Center. Retiring from Peck's in June 1980, he was also a member of Kiwanis International from 1948 - 1968. her devoted grandchildren, John Chinnock and his wife Alissa of Edison, N.J.; Raymond Payne of Freeport; Alex Payne and his wife Nicole of Penfield, NY; Lauren Payne of Yarmouth; and William Chinnock, Jr. of Bangor/Yarmouth. She was predeceased by her parents, her brother, Charles Chiappinelli, Jr. and her husband, Edward (Bub) Hastings. As a ‘year-round complaint,’ she had, for 13 plus years, been Clubhouse, then Business, Manager of the Great Chebeague Golf Club; a member of Chebeague Island Grange 576; and a past President and board member of the Chebeague Transportation Company. He was predeceased by a son Patrick Cote. Gerard was a mechanic for Louis Chevrolet for many years. A funeral service will take place on Thursday, March 5th at the Church at 11am. Thelma was born in Milbridge, Maine on February 27, 1917 the daughter of William and Affie (Good ) Albee. She was a lifetime resident of Pownal. Service to be determined by family at a later date. Brad is survived by the “love of his life”, his wife of over 55 years, Rosalind, his sister Marion West of Florida, two sons, Ronald and wife Kathy of Auburn, Kevin and wife Mona of Belgrade and daughter Jackie and husband Chuck Lowe of Wasilla, Alaska, four grandchildren, Angela and Brad Couture, Scott Alexander and Nathan Alexander and two great granddaughters Sierra and Addie and many nieces and nephews. He is survived by his wife Betty of West Gardiner and her children James Palmer and wife Bridget, Brady Palmer and partner Melissa Mullins, and Jodi Palmer all of Manchester. Arrangements by Funeral Alternatives Group, Lewiston. She returned to work in 1968 as volunteer coordinator at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor and then worked many years as Discharge Coordinator for Mercy Hospital in Portland. She continued her Mary Kay business the best she could which kept her motivated to battle her cancer. He was born in New York on January 24, 1917 the son of Harry and Frances Goldberg. Lisbon Falls – Wallace L. Barschdorf, 88, of 36 Addison Street, Lisbon Falls, ME passed away peacefully surrounded by family at the Hospice House in Auburn, ME on Saturday, June 7, 2008 of natural causes. She enjoyed her home. She was born Melvina Louise DeRosay in Auburn, Maine on August 5, 1918 to William and Annie Mae (Findley) DeRosay Sr. She was educated in Auburn schools and Married Roland Obie on December 26, 1934. He is survived by his children, Kim Andree of Minturn, CO; Mark Webster of Chelmsford, MA and Janice Gardanowicz of Ashburnham, MA; step-children Scott, Ronald and Roger Needham; grandchildren Danielle, Travis, Troy, Amy, Paige, Tara, Jennifer, Adeline, Ethan, Joe, Chris and Tony; great¬children Sophia and Cote. D.A. The family wishes to thank the staff at Togus Veterans Hospital, Beacon Hospice, and the many friends and family for their love, support, thoughts, and prayers. She was born in Bath to George F. McLean and Edna York McLean on Feb. 11, 1949. At this sad time and forevermore, we recall his importance in our lives and cherish our shared moments. wife Hilda DeWeese of Woolwich, mother Marthalee Taylor of Lancaster, Ohio, son Jude DeWeese of Montclair, California, daughter Dawn DeWeese of Woolwich, stepdaughter Erin Williams of Woolwich, and stepson Brett Fortier of Steep Falls. A celebration of Mike's life will be held at the Sixth Street Church Auburn on Saturday, December 23, 2006, at 4 P.M. Family and friends are encouraged to stay and socialize after the service. Cindy is survived by her husband of 41 years Peter Elkins of Freeport, brother Jon Emerson and his wife Sandi of North Carolina and a nephew Mike Emerson of Florida. He chose to be an organ donor, in hopes of helping others. Arlene and her husband were members of the American Legion Post in Sabattus at one time. The family would like to thank the wonderful staff of Augusta Rehabilitation Center and Beacon Hospice for the great care and affection shown to Wini, and to Dr. Van Summerin for his medical care. Her father and mother visited in 1962. He is survived by his devoted wife of 54 years, Helene O'Brien of Augusta; two daughters, Patty Matthews of Winthrop, and Kathy Walker and husband Greg of Winthrop; two sisters, Eileen Collins and Sheila Dion of Marshfield, Mass. He is survived by his wife Helen; a sister, Mary Ganske of Cundy's Harbor; seven children, Helene, Guy, Herrick, Springli, Heather, Pandora and Athena; 22 grandchildren: Little Herrick, Little Springli, Annika, Celestine, Arwin, Juliana, Mira, Leah, Nick, Sean, Sam, Lindsey, Katrina, Ashley, Isa, Bradley, Garrett, Katerina, Osage, Zelia, Acadia and Sebastian; and five great-grandchildren. He served nine years in the U.S. Army and received an honorable discharge as a Captain in 1964. In Sheldon’s memory donations may be made to the Augusta Food Bank, c/o St. Mark’s Church 9 Summer St. Augusta, Maine 04330. He especially enjoyed spending time with his family and adored his grandson, Alexander James Haynes (A.J.). In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Harold Alfond Center for Cancer Care in Augusta or to St. Michael Parish in Augusta. He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania the on July 24, 1925 son o. Josep. A Mass of Christian Burial will take place on Friday, October 27 at 11am at Sacred Heart Catholic Church Auburn. Clyde and his family will always be grateful for the caring and compassion of Dr. John Margolis, Dr. Kristin Holm, the Critical Care nurses, and respiratory therapists at Maine General Medical Center, Thayer Hospital. He was a lifelong Democrat and always urged his family to vote. Currently he was working at Wal-Mart in Auburn. She fed the birds, gardened, and prepared meals for family holidays. Four brothers, Phil Ward of Lovell, Arthur Ward of Essex Jct., VT, Richard Ward of Bridgton, and Dennis Ward of Old Orchard Beach; four sisters, Norma Allen of Bridgton, Vivian Andrews of Anderson, N.C., Beverly Brown of South Paris, and Betty Ward of Harrison. Nancy L. Warner, 73, of Auburn passed away Tuesday, November 14, 2006 at the Hospice House in Auburn. 1,5. The family would like to thank Tammy Bean, Laura (the horror), and staff of Androscoggin Home Care and Hospice. In them, we met our mother's angels while she was still with us. In 1959, with the help of Audrey’s father, Karl, they built a home on Marilyn Avenue in Westbrook where they remained husband and wife and then lifelong companions until her death in March of 2006. She is survived by her brother Charlie McCleary and Elva Beckwith of Poland, step sisters-in-law, Muriel Trafford and Virginia Trafford, as well as many loving nieces and nephews. After graduation she attended Gates Business School in Augusta. There will be a burial in the spring at the Maine Veterans’ Memorial Cemetery in Augusta. Cooking was her specialty, from good wholesome home cooked meals to old-fashioned desserts. her daughter's pug. One of Nellie’s greatest passions in life was shopping at Lawn Sales. 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