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Anderson-Snyder, Stina L. - Stockholm  
STOCKHOLM - Stina L. Anderson-Snyder, 37, died unexpectedly Sunday January 25, 2015 at her Stockholm home. She was born in Presque Isle, July 21, 1977 the daughter of Wallace and Geraldine (Dube) Anderson. She was a 1996 graduate of Caribou High School and went on to receive her Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Maine at Presque Isle. She was employed by the Washburn School District for a number of years and more recently was employed at Anderson's Grocery and Eureka Hall in Stockholm. She was a member of the Gustaf Adolph Lutheran Church. She was an active member and skater with the Aroostook Roller Derby, where she will be remembered as "Stella Steamma". She is survived by her two sons, Jacob and Christopher Snyder of Perham, her mother, Geraldine of Caribou, two brothers, Brian Anderson of Guerrette and Eric Anderson of Naples, one sister, Anna Anderson and her significant other Doug Piper of Caribou, and her former spouse Greg Snyder of Perham, nieces and nephews, Abby, Jade, and Brady Anderson, Tyler Drake and significant other Cheyene Butler, Harley, Mason, Mia, and Gage. She was predeceased by her father in 2001. Friends may call at the Mockler Funeral Home, 24 Reservoir Street, Caribou from 6-8pm Saturday January 31, 2015. Funeral services will be held 2pm Sunday, February 1, 2015 from the Gustaf Adolph Lutheran Church with Rev. Robert Smith, officiating. Interment will be in the New Sweden Cemetery in the spring. www.mocklerfuneralhome.com
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Published in BDN Maine on Jan. 28, 2015
Ashey, Tina M. - Brewer  
BREWER - Tina Marie Ashey, 45, passed away peacefully surrounded by her family and friends at Eastern Maine Medical Center on January 26, 2015. Tina was born January 5, 1970, the daughter of the late Earl Spinney and Martina Spinney. After graduating high school in 1988, Tina furthered her education throughout many years of trade school. She earned such titles as cosmetologist, certified nursing assistant, medical technician, and EMT. Although she held many titles she held one above all else, being a mother. Tina was giving and she often gave all that she had with excess. Her kindness knew no limit. She was the essence of theater in every way with drama, love, beauty, and awe she inflicted all of those around her leaving nobody unscathed from the tragedy of losing her. Tina was a strong woman who held herself in a manner befitting. With a hardened gait she trampled over milestones in her life that would have knocked others from their feet. The best years of Tina's life were spent without thrift, for she spent them to the best of her being and expected no less from those around her. Tina is survived by her daughter, Alexis Geiser; siblings, Frank Spinney, Tammy VanRiper, Earl Spinney Jr., Theresa O'Keefe, and Joseph Spinney; nieces, Meghan Spinney, Rachel Spinney, Ashley Eustice and Brittney VanRiper; nephews, Aaron Spinney, Joshua O'Keefe, and Ryan VanRiper; grand niece and nephews, Caroline O'Keefe, Wesley O'Keefe, and Reagen Spinney; boyfriend, Gerald Reeves; and puppies, Sasha Reeves and Cocoa Geiser. On Thursday, January 29, 2015 family and friends may visit 4:00-6:30 PM at Kiley & Foley Funeral Service, 69 State St, Brewer. Tina requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be made in her name to Cancer Care of Maine, c/o Eastern Maine Healthcare Foundation, PO Box 931, Bangor, ME 04402.
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Barnett, Karen Evelyn - Bangor  
BANGOR - Karen Evelyn Barnett, 60, died peacefully at home surrounded by her loving family on January 26, 2015. She was born on May 30, 1954, in Island Falls, the daughter of William and Cecilia (Colberg) Barnett. Karen grew up in Silver Ridge and graduated from Katahdin High School in 1972. Karen and her then husband, Richard Bell, owned and operated the Woodland IGA in Baileyville for 23 years. She also managed Friends Market in Presque Isle and was an AmeriCorps volunteer and Emergency Services Manager at the Red Cross in Portland during her career. Her most important role came as a caregiver to her parents in the last few years of her life.  Karen was actively involved in many community and educational programs during her time in Baileyville. She represented the business community as a mentor to children and helped to facilitate student activities for drug awareness. She was a board member and treasurer of the St. Croix Players which produced, directed and built community theatre in rural Maine. Karen had a passion for painting, art, gardening, reading, and women's activism. Most especially, she enjoyed her time spent with family and friends. She cherished her time spent at Silver Ridge, Meddybemps Lake and Stockton Springs with those special people in her life. Karen was a beautiful soul and will be remembered always for her compassion and generosity, her amazing strength and courage, and her love of family and friends. Her beautiful green eyes and big gorgeous smile warmed the heart of everyone she knew. She is survived by her father; loving daughter and son, Marcie Bell-Boure and husband, Andy, John Bell and wife, Amanda; precious grandchildren, Kayla Gagner, Everett Hanson and Easton Bell. She has five devoted brothers, Maurice Barnett and wife, Michelle, Michael Barnett and wife, Angela, Peter Barnett and wife, Candy, Billy Barnett and wife, Mary, and Reggie Hartford. Her nieces and nephews include: Mariah Barnett, Brad Barnett, Eli Barnett, Josh Guiggey, Journey Giggey, Joleen Morgan and husband, Fred, Donald Merrill, Nick Barnett, Alex Barnett, Laura Barnett, David Hartford, Joseph Hartford, Holly Bell Ingram and husband, Bryan, Sarah Bell Thomas and husband, Mike, Sam Bell, Kevin Morgan, Eli Morgan, McKenzie Morgan, Gabriell Merrill, and Aiden Ingram; a special friend and companion, Elliot Chandler, will remember her fondly as will her dear friends Max and Allan Cameron, Mari and John Birmingham, Sally Perkins, Elaine Neilander, Liz Toner, Susan Bell, Kathy and Ed Bell, Kathy Hopkins, Moira Daniells, Sue Leavitt and Tonya Corriveau. Karen was predeceased by her mother; and a nephew, Eric Barnett. A special thank you to Dr. Reuter and the wonderful staff at the Lafayette Center and the angels at EMMC Hospice. Friends may call 12-2 p.m. on Saturday, January 31, at Brooking-Smith Funeral Home, 133 Center St., Bangor, where funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. In remembrance of Karen Barnett, those wishing to make a donation may do so to the Lafayette Cancer Center of Maine, 33 Whiting Hill Road, Brewer, ME 04412. For an online memory book and to leave condolences, please visit www.bowersfuneral.com .
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Published in BDN Maine on Jan. 27, 2015
Bourbon, William Richard - North Berwick  
NORTH BERWICK - Remembering Bill Bourbon (Jan 11,1938 - Jan 25, 2015) "Bill has found a place in the memory of others where his best self will live on forever." With the passing last Sunday Jan. 25th of William Richard "Bill"/"Billy" Bourbon, Southern Maine has lost a man whose professional endeavors, cordiality toward everyone with whom he came in contact, and distinguished citizenship made him - to use language Bill himself might use (even though his modesty would reject its application) - a lifetime community MVP. Educator, town officer, fund-raiser, church leader, philanthropist, coach and - most of all - son, brother, husband, father, grandfather - Bill's life was a paradigm of what it takes to be a good person in this world. Bill was born January 11, 1938 in Dover-Foxcroft, Maine. His father, William A. Bourbon, was a store manager at the local A & P, his mother, Marguerite Louise (Richards) Bourbon, a housewife. Most of Bill's formative years were spent in Orono. He attended John Bapst High School where he achieved academic success and lettered in football, basketball and track. Following graduation he worked briefly at the Eastern Corporation paper mill in South Brewer, then enlisted in the United States Marine Corps where he served for three years, more than two of which included cell-block guard duty at the Portsmouth Naval Prison. He received his Honorable Discharge in 1960 and always spoke about that tour of duty as something he valued greatly. The span of years from 1960 to 1964 found Bill back in Orono working part-time to finance his matriculation as a candidate for the B. S. in Education at the University of Maine there. Perhaps his favorite non-academic story from this time period centers on an intramural basketball event at the university. After years of domination by "the dorms" in their annual competition with "the frats", Bill's Phi Gamma Delta five finally capture the trophy in a spirited contest. Bill Bourbon sensed early on that his professional calling was to academia- whether as teacher, coach or school administrator. In fact, he would find himself engaged at one time or another in all three. His first appointment - in 1964 at North Berwick High School - was as teacher, coach (of football, basketball and baseball) and Athletic Director. That year Bill provided the impetus which elevated an informal football program at the school to competition at the interscholastic level. Between 1967 and 1974 he served as Assistant Principal, Football Coach and Athletic Director at Noble High School in Berwick. It was during his tenure there that Bill earned both his Masters degree in Educational Administration and his Certificate of Advanced Study with a concentration in School Superintendency. In 1974, he became Principal of Mattanawcook Academy in Lincoln, Maine, followed by a similar position back at Noble. The quality of the educational program at Mattanawcook was improved significantly when, under Bill's governance, the school applied for and was admitted to The Northeast Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). Full accreditation - for the maximum number of ten years - was awarded the school in 1977. Bill's career in school administration would culminate, first, in 1980 with a vice-superintendentship at MSAD 60 in Berwick Maine, then in 1999 with a superintendentship in that same system. He retired in 2001. A longtime member - and frequent Chair - of North Berwick's Budget Committee and Appeals Board, he was also on the Board of Directors of that town's Rescue Squad. One of the original founders of the North Berwick Athletic Association which promotes intramural sports activities for boys and girls, he was also periodically Treasurer and Secretary of that organization. Each year of his nearly 40-year residency in North Berwick, Bill was elected to serve as Town Meeting Moderator. As Chair of parish Board of Directors, he provided good counsel and guidance for his beloved church Our Lady of Peace in Berwick. And his memberships in the Maine State & National Principal Associations - was active and constructive. Bill also became in 1984 a member of the Masons, Yorkshire Lodge, in North Berwick and, that same year, a member of the Shriners' Kora Temple of Lewiston - and, later, of the York County Shriners' Club. Between 1974 and 1978 he belonged to the Rotary Club of Lincoln. Bill's life was devoted to his God, family, school system MSAD 60, community of North Berwick, ME. and country. He loved all the above and was proud of his association with all the above. All who knew Bill also knew he had a passion for golf and revered his membership of 24 years at Cochecho Country Club Dover, NH. The family of William Bourbon who mourn the passing of their gentle patriarch are as follows: his wife and the love of his life, Charlene Ann (Murphy) Bourbon whom he met on a blind date in 1961 and married in 1962; a daughter, Cheryl Ann Bourbon of North Berwick ME.; a son, William A. Bourbon of Boston MA.; a son, Anthony Arthur Bourbon his wife Maryellen (Gagnon) Bourbon and their children Christopher, Abigail and Gavin of North Berwick ME.; a son, Casey Patrick Bourbon his wife, Kim (Whitten) Bourbon and their children Taylor and Connor of North Berwick ME.; a son, Ryan Michael Bourbon his wife, Kristen (Freda) Bourbon and their child Adelyn of Portsmouth NH.; a daughter, Kathleen Ann Bourbon of Old Orchard Beach ME.; a brother, Robert L. Bourbon and his wife Sheila of The Villages, Florida; a sister, Jeanne M. Walles of Worcester MA.; a brother-in-law, Arthur Murphy and his wife Susan of Albuquerque NM. He was predeceased by his Father, William A. Bourbon; Mother, Marguerite L. Bourbon; Father-in-law, Arthur Murphy; Mother-in-law, Loretta Murphy; Brother-in-law James Walles; Daughter, Kelly A. Bourbon and Brother, Thomas E. Bourbon. Calling hours will be held on Wed. January 28th from 4-7pm at the Tasker Funeral Home 621 Central Ave. Dover NH. A Memorial Mass will be held on Thur. January 29th at 11am at Our Lady of The Angles Church Agamenticus Road South Berwick, ME. followed by a reception at 1pm at Cochecho Country Club 145 Gulf Rd. Dover, NH. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that donations might be made to The Kelly A. Bourbon Memorial Scholarship Fund in care of Casey P. Bourbon, PO Box 105, North Berwick, Maine 03906. Please go to www.taskerfh.com to sign the on-line guest book.
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Published in BDN Maine on Jan. 27, 2015
Bovee, LaVerna M. - Brewer And Bangor  
BREWER AND BANGOR - LaVerna M. Bovee, 94, died January 25, 2015, at Delray Medical Center, Delray, FL. She was born, May 5, 1920, the daughter of John and Martha Marburger in Lyons, KS. LaVerna was a graduate of Chillicothe Business College, MO, and upon graduation went to Chicago. She was employed in various secretarial positions and spent much of her free time visiting all the museums and other places of notable interest in Chicago. Wanting to see more of the States, she eventually went to Denver, CO, and got a job with the U.S. Government in the Office of Price Administration. World War II had begun and the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, (WAAC) was recruiting volunteers and she felt that was her chance to "see the world" so she enlisted. LaVerna took her basic training in Des Moines, IA, and then was assigned to a Radio School in Kansas City. After completing that school, she was sent to Majors Army Air Field, Greenville, TX, where she was assigned duty in the base "Radio Shack." It was here she met and later married CMS Lyle W. Bovee in the chapel at Majors Army Air Field. When the war ended, LaVerna was honorably discharged from the Women's Army Corps, (WAC) and continued working in Civil Service positions on Air Force bases to which her husband was assigned. Among other positions, she was Secretary to the Wing Commander of Dow AFB, Secretary to the Surgeon of Barksdale AFB Hospital, LA, and a variety of Base offices as the years went by. She followed him to Itazuke AB, Japan, and RAF Lakenheath, England plus many stateside bases. After 30 years of active duty in the Air Force, her husband retired and they settled in Brewer. Both worked in a variety of jobs and volunteer positions before retiring. LaVerna was an avid stamp collector for many years and an accomplished seamstress. For a number of years, LaVerna and Lyle spent their winters in New Smyrna Beach, FL. She enjoyed Florida very much because it gave her the opportunity to go swimming every day which is something she truly loved to do. They moved to Sunbury Village in Bangor in 2003. LaVerna and Lyle celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary at Sunbury Village in September 2004. LaVerna was predeceased by her husband of 63 years, CMSgt Lyle W. Bovee; her parents; a sister, Thelma Riley of Brookings, South Dakota; and a brother, Grant Marburger of Norman, Oklahoma. She is survived by her son, SMSgt Tim Bovee USAF (Retired) and his wife, Patty, of Brewer; granddaughter, Sarah Allen and her husband, David, of Saint Augustine, FL; grandson, SSgt Sean Bovee of Joint Base McGuire/Dix, NJ; and her great-granddaughters, Riley Jean and Katie Anne Allen of Saint Augustine, FL. Interment will be private at the Maine Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Augusta. A service of Brookings-Smith, 133 Center St., Bangor.
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Brown Libby, Betty Jane - Millinocket  
MILLINOCKET - Betty Jane Brown Libby, 93, went home to heaven Jan 24, 2015 at her Katahdin Healthcare Home. Betty was born April 20, 1921 in Levant, Maine, the youngest of three born to Frank Alby and Edna (Ferren) Brown. Betty graduated from East Corinth Academy as an active student, excelling in basketball as the center of the 1936 team. During that time she met the love of her life, Philip K Libby. They married at the Corinna Farm in 1940, happily together 60 years until his passing in 2001. They enjoyed raising three children in Millinocket. Betty volunteered for many church and community activities. In 1952 she became Worthy Matron of Eastern Star, OES #120, holding various offices through many years. These included her organist skills for meetings and her leadership in the Rainbow girls. Betty was also an active member at Millinocket Baptist Church since 1940. Some of her proud accomplishments included being the Sunday School Superintendent for 16 years, holding the Presidential Office in the Missionary Group and Pianist for evening service. Betty enjoyed playing her organ and piano at home, many trips with family, and bird watching; a skill she refined as official Loon counter for Maine Audubon Society. Camp at South Twin Lake provided enjoyment for Betty; swimming, boating, birding, sunsets and especially family gatherings. Betty was predeceased by her parents, husband Philip, brothers Carl and wife Nellie Brown, Floyd and wife Ethel Brown. She is survived by her children, Dennis and wife Wendy Libby, Nancy Libby Fisher, and Laura (Libby) and husband Dana Jones; grandchildren Cynthia Brault, Ann Levielle, Karen Gass, Gregory Fisher, Julie Jones and Stephen Jones; great-grandchildren Kayla and Ryan, Andrew and Joshua, Kimberly and Philip. She will be fondly remembered by numerous special nieces and nephews including Linda Brown Clark, Mary Lou and Kevin Libby and Lois and Bill Libby. Special thanks to staff at Katahdin Healthcare for their caring and compassionate services since 2011. Family and friends will gather for visitation at 11am until the time of service at 1pm on Friday, January 30, 2015 at the Millinocket Baptist Church, 297 Penobscot Ave., Millinocket. A luncheon will follow the service. Spring burial will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Katahdin Area Support Group, P.O. Box 374, Millinocket, ME, 04462, or Millinocket Baptist Church Memorial Fund, P. O. Box 898, Millinocket, ME, 04462. Messages of condolence may be expressed at www.lamsonfh.com .
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Buckley, John Joseph - Portland  
PORTLAND - John Joseph Buckley, 92, a resident of the Maine Veterans Home in Scarborough since 2009, and formerly of South Portland passed away January 22, 2015 at Maine Medical Center. John was born August 2, 1922 in St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada and was a naturalized citizen of the United States. He was the son of William P. Buckley and Catherine (Davidson) Buckley of Calais, Maine. He attended Sacred Heart Grammar School, Cheverus High School in Portland, and Salinas Junior College in Salinas, California. He married Lillian Elizabeth Campbell on March 2, 1944 in Portland, Maine. John was a radio mechanic in the United State Army, 73rd Army Air Force Base Unit. He was awarded the American Theatre Campaign Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal, and the Victory Medal. He was a pilot with over 400 hours logged and was in the Officer Candidate School in California when the war in Europe ended. John was a communicant of Holy Cross Church in South Portland where he was a member of the choir and worked at the Christmas fair annually. He was a member of the Cheverus Council 2344 of the Knights of Columbus. He was employed by A&P as a buyer. He and Lillian traveled many times to Europe including Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia. They toured the United States as well as the Eastern and Western provinces of Canada. They loved round dancing and big band music. He is survived by three daughters; Peggy Buckley of Gorham, Jan Ashton and her husband Neil of Brewer, grandsons Joe Crowell of Connecticut and John Buckley of Herman; Kathy Cote and her husband Roland of Readfield, grandchildren Theresa Boynton and her husband Robert and their children Scott and Sydney of Gray, and Michelle Brzoza and her husband Joe and their children David and Genevieve of Essex Junction, Vermont. He is also survived by his brother-in-law Bert Campbell of Waterville. He was predeceased by his wife Lillian in 2012, his parents, sisters-in-law Doris Campbell, Frances Campbell and brother-in-law Jack Campbell. A memorial Mass will be celebrated at Holy Cross Church, 124 Cottage Rd, South Portland on Saturday February 7th at 10 am. Interment with Military Honors will follow at Brooklawn Memorial Park, 2002 Congress St., Portland. A reception will follow at A.T. Hutchins Funeral & Cremation Services, 660 Brighton Ave, Portland. To share memories and condolences with the family, please go to www.athutchins.com
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Burlock, Lawrence J. - Sinclair & Fort Fairfield  
SINCLAIR & FORT FAIRFIELD - Lawrence J. "Jack" Burlock, 89, husband of the late Sara M. "Sally" Burlock, passed away Friday morning, January 23, 2015 at a Caribou healthcare facility, following a brief illness. He was born September 11, 1925 in Houlton, the son of John and Dorothy (Tedford) Burlock. Following his graduation from Houlton High School, Jack served his country with the United States Army Air Corps during World War II, attaining the rank of Sergeant in the North African Campaign. Upon his return, Jack attended Ricker College, and Wentworth Institute of Technology. He became employed by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers from 1952 to 1960 and went on to own and operate General Supply Corporation, a general contracting firm in Limestone. He was married to Sally Emery on June 10, 1950. Jack was actively involved in the banking industry. He was a past director of the Fort Fairfield First National Bank, Depositors Trust of Aroostook, Key Bank of Northern Maine, and Aroostook County Federal Savings and Loan. Jack was one of five original incorporators of First Citizens Bank of Caribou and Presque Isle. He served as chairman of the board from its incorporation in 1989 through April 2005. Always active in civic affairs, Jack was a member of numerous area organizations. He received the degrees of Freemasonry at the former Fort Fairfield Eastern Frontier Masonic Lodge, and was currently affiliated with the Limestone Lodge No. 214 AF & AM, and was a member of the Anah Temple Shrine. Jack was a past president of the Associated General Contractors of Maine, a trustee for the Fort Fairfield Utilities District, a past member of the Fort Fairfield Planning Board, and a past director of the Northern Maine Fair Association. Jack greatly enjoyed golfing, and was a member of the Aroostook Valley Country Club, and the Pasadena Golf and Yacht Club, St. Petersburg, FL. Jack was also one of several community members instrumental in the design and creation of the White Bunny Ski Area, on the Currier Road, Fort Fairfield, where he served as a member of the National Ski Patrol. Jack was also an avid hunter, fisherman, and snowmobiler, residing on Long Lake in Sinclair for close to 30 years, and spending the winters in St. Petersburg, FL. In addition to his parents, Jack was predeceased by his wife Sally, and one son-in-law, Al Cyr; one brother, Utley Burlock; two sisters, Betty Seebandt and Mildred Burlock. He is survived by one son and daughter-in-law, Stephen J. and Helen Burlock of Bangor; two daughters and son-in-law, Sally Ann Cyr of Caribou, and Susan L. and Matthew Nightingale of Yarmouth; five grandchildren, Courtney Boma and her husband Claude Boma, M.D., Adam Cyr, all of Caribou, John Burlock of Bangor, Joshua and Ethan Nightingale of Yarmouth; three great-grandchildren, Chloe and Camilla Boma, and Liam Cyr, all of Caribou; numerous nieces and nephews. Friends may call Monday, January 26, 2015 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Giberson-Dorsey Funeral Home, 144 Main Street, Fort Fairfield, where a Masonic Memorial Service will be conducted at 7:00 p.m. by the officers of the Limestone Masonic Lodge No. 214 AF & AM. The funeral service will be private for the family. Interment will take place in the spring at Riverside Cemetery, Fort Fairfield. In lieu of flowers, those who wish may contribute in memory of Jack to the Jefferson Cary Foundation, P.O. Box 89, Caribou, Maine 04736 or The Salvation Army, 297 Cumberland Avenue, P.O. Box 3575, Portland, Maine 04104. Envelopes will be available at the funeral home. Online condolences may be expressed at www.gibersondorseyfuneralhome.com
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Cambridge-Dempsey, Wilma J. - Presque Isle  
PRESQUE ISLE - Wilma J. Cambridge-Dempsey, 85, passed away peacefully on January 25, 2015 in the hospice suite at The Aroostook Medical Center. Wilma was born June 13, 1929 in Presque Isle, ME, the daughter of Herbert G. and Abbie E. (Perry) Sprague. Wilma was loved dearly by her family and friends. In her younger years, she was employed by the Maine Mutual Group of Insurance Companies, leaving that employment to raise her children. She later was employed for many years by Dead River Company. Wilma's sense of humor and love of jokes lasted until her final days. Wilma was a life-long member of the Grant Memorial United Methodist Church where she sang in the choir, a member of Beta Sigma Phi sorority, and the American Legion Auxiliary, Post 88. She enjoyed singing with the Caribou Choral Society as well. She is survived by son David Cambridge and wife Carla of Chapman and daughter Susan Dick of Mapleton, grandchildren Chelsae (Cambridge) Guerrette and husband Wilfred of Mapleton, Whitney (Dick) Jimmo and husband Patrick of Ashland, Madison Dick and Marshall Dick, of Mapleton. Wilma is also survived by great grandchildren Asher Guerrette, Ryan Jimmo and Nicole Jimmo, special sisters in law Cathy Jimmo and Jo Sprague, and several nieces and nephews. Wilma was predeceased by her parents, husband Clarence E. Cambridge, and second husband Malcolm Dempsey, brothers Russell Sprague and Gary Sprague. The family extends special thanks to those who cared for Wilma at The Aroostook Medical Center and Presque Isle Rehab and Nursing Center. A memorial service will be held 11am, Saturday January 31, 2015 at Grant Memorial United Methodist Church, 79 Fleetwood St., Presque Isle with Pastor Christopher Dare, officiating. Interment will be held in the spring at Fairmount Cemetery, Presque Isle. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Wilma's memory to Aroostook House of Comfort, PO BOX 867, Presque Isle, ME 04769. Online condolences may be expressed at www.duncan-graves.com .
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Cook, Mark J. - Cicero  
CICERO - Mark J. Cook, 44 of Cicero, passed away peacefully with family by his side Tuesday, January 20th. Mark battled for 9 months with an aggressive form of cancer called High-grade Neuroendocrin Carcinoma. He is survived by his wife Jodi Crawford, children Lucy (7) and Charlie Cook (5), Parents William and Barbara Cook, brother Chris Cook and family, sister Cathy Milton and family, and numerous loving Aunts, Uncles, nieces, cousins and countless friends both in NY, ME and in MA where he and his wife and children lived prior to his illness. Mark worked as a Senior Process Engineer for International Rectifier Inc., in Leominster, MA. He was born in Bangor, ME, and was a graduate of Old Town High School in Old Town ME, and RPI in Troy, NY. Mark was a devoted father and loved passing on his passion for science, nature and animals to his two young children. He loved sports, movies, cooking, games and craft beer. He was quiet, thoughtful, funny and a loyal friend. He will be missed dearly. Calling hours were held on Saturday Jan. 24th from 2-4pm at New Comer Funeral Home, N. Syracuse, with services that followed. Contributions may be made to his GiveForward site at: https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/w4v5/mark-cook-s-cancer-fund To leave a special message for the family please visit www.NewcomerSyracuse.com
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