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BAILEYVILLE - Harold A. Smith, age 87,passed away at his home in Baileyville on July 28 after a long illness. He was born on Nov. 29, 1927,the second son of George O.and Lona Call Smith. A graduate of Woodland High School class of 1945, he went on to serve 9 years in the U.S. Merchant Marines and traveled the world. He married Margaret E. Mulholland of Princeton,ME in Aug. 1952. Returning to his hometown in 1954, he worked on the installation of Number 4 paper machine at the old St.Croix Paper Co. mill. Harold also worked on the construction of Cutler Naval Station and base housing at Loring Air Force Base. He then went to work full time at the Woodland mill, starting as a pipefitter helper, and advancing to pipe shop foreman. He was a maintenance supervisor in the steam plant at the time of his retirement in 1985. Harold's hobbies included: hunting, fishing, gardening,and woodworking. He spent many hours improving and enjoying his "camps" on Meddybemps Lake, Oak Bay, N.B., and the Grand Falls Flowage. He was a former member of the Woodland Spednic Club. Harold was predeceased by his wife Margaret(Midge)Smith. He is survived by an older brother,Floyd Smith of Hemet,CA and three sons Stephen of Ewing,NJ, William of Norfolk,MA,and Brian of Baileyville. He had two grand children Emma R.Smith of Dover,NH,and Nathaniel W. Smith of Norfolk,MA. According to the wishes of the deceased, there will be no viewing or memorial service. The Smith family would like to thank the friends of "Bungy" Smith for their loyalty and support.
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GLENBURN - Dustin M. Cote, 28, died unexpectedly on July 27, 2015. He was born Sept. 19, 1986 in Caribou, the son of Michael Cote and Karen (Churchill) Seile. Dustin was a 2004 graduate of Bangor High School and EMCC where he was certified as a welder, a career of which he was both accomplished and very proud. He recently took a welding job for Cianbro to be closer to his family. Dustin was a hardcore Peyton Manning fan and equally hardcore about his hatred of the New England Patriots. He also enjoyed and felt most free while riding his Harley but most of all he enjoyed the family times with Danielle and his two children. Surviving in addition to Danielle Georgia, his fiancée of Glenburn are two children, Olivia Peyton Cote of Glenburn and Dylan Peter Cote of Bangor; his father, Michael Cote of Glenburn and Karen Seile and her husband, Scott of Bucksport; two sisters, Kristin Cote of NY and her children Caleb and Belle Moreno and Kalsea Cote of Glenburn and her fiancé, Garrett Strout who is a brother to Brittany LeVasseur, Dylan's mother; one step brother, Kyle Seile of Deer Isle; grandparents, Phillip and Gloria Obar of Limestone and John and Shirley Churchill of Ellsworth; special friends, Joe and Debbie Francis of Glenburn and their son Ryan, as well as his cousins, relatives and many friends. He was predeceased by a step brother, Cameron Seile. Family and friends may visit 5 - 7 PM Monday, Aug. 3, 2015 at the Kiley & Foley Funeral Service, 299 Union St., Bangor where a service honoring his life will be held at 7 PM as the visitation concludes.
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PORT TOWNSEND - Christal Ann Crockett Ericksen, 67, died July 24 at her home in Port Townsend, WA. She was born Jan. 3, 1948, in Skowhegan, ME, to Leroy and Agnes (Fitzmaurice) Crockett. She attended schools in Wilton, ME, graduating Valedictorian from Wilton Academy in 1967. Christal had a lifelong wanderlust and desire to experience other cultures. In her twenties, she flew to Europe with $200 and a backpack. For the next two years, she made her way around the world. Before returning to Maine, she spent six months at a kibbutz in Israel. Thirty years later, she would visit that kibbutz, reconnecting with people she worked with so long ago. Christal eventually circumnavigated the globe twice, visiting some 75 countries and all continents except Antarctica. Her home was filled with mementos and photographs from her travels. She sent postcards and gifts to her family and friends so they could share her extraordinary experiences. In 1980, she settled in Port Townsend, realizing her dream of living in the Pacific Northwest. She loved to sip coffee at her kitchen table, enjoying the beautiful view of Puget Sound and Mt. Rainier. A talented and creative photographer, Christal captured her travel experiences on film. Her wry humor and eye for detail made her pictures memorablea tiny kitten in a cottage window, the juxtaposition of ancient and modern, the curious name of a quaint Irish pub, the deeply tanned face of a Bedouin against pale desert sand. Photography was her passion, and for twenty years, it was also her profession. Many of her photographs lined the walls of her shop, A-1 Hour Photo, where she did custom film processing, graduation portraits, and wedding photographs before retiring in 2012. Christal had a soft spot for animals and always had a cat or two to snuggle with when reading or watching TV. She was a voracious reader with an extensive book collection. That love of reading made her a formidable Scrabble player. Christal is survived by her son Lonnie White, his wife Cindy, and their daughters Hayley and Erin of Lamoine, ME; sisters Paula Crockett (Martin Gibbins) of Carnation, WA, and Joy Crockett of Wilton; several aunts and uncles (Eleanor Robinson of Bangor, Dora and William Chase of Winston-Salem, NC, Patrick and Loretta Fitzmaurice of Skowhegan, Michael and Harriet Fitzmaurice of Bowdoinham, Lillian Maberry of Freeport, and Francis and Sadie Fitzmaurice of King, NC); many cousins; former spouses Brian White (Erna) of Jay, and Ralph Ericksen of Port Townsend, WA; step-daughters Brenda Ericksen Padilla (Vicente) of Malaga, Spain, Jodi Ericksen Sarti (David) of Seattle, WA, and Veronica Smith Benson of Washington, VA; and several step-grandchildren. She also leaves her dearest friends Eileen Adams and Wayne Dimond, both of Wilton, and her beloved cat Thelma. She was preceded in death by her parents, grandparents Cecil and Betty Crockett and Frank and Barbara Fitzmaurice, several aunts, uncles, and cousins, former spouse Ron Smith, and step-daughter Lisa Ericksen. A gathering to celebrate Christal's life will take place at the East Wilton Grange Hall on Sun., Aug. 16 from 2-4 PM. There will also be a gathering in Port Townsend, WA, on Fri., Aug. 7. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donating to the charity of your choice.
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HOULTON - Wanda L. Folsom, 56, passed away July 28, 2015 at her residence. She was born Dec. 17, 1958 in Houlton, the daughter of Robert B. and Nina (McQuarrie) Folsom. Wanda grew up in Houlton and was a graduate of Houlton High School, Class of 77. She was employed at Aroostook County Jail for many years and was a broker for A.N. Deringer, Inc. until the time of her passing. Wanda loved spending time with her family especially her great nieces and great nephews. She enjoyed watching NASCAR and playing cards with family and friends. Wanda was a great friend to those that knew her. She had a heart of gold. Wanda is survived by her sister Beth Sylvia and her husband Charlie of Houlton; two nephews Ryan Sylvia and his wife Heather of Chapman, Jared Sylvia and his wife Melissa of Houlton; stepfather Carl Kirner of Colorado; stepsister Debbie Varney and her husband Michael of Houlton, their daughters Amanda and Michelle; the lights of her life great nieces and great nephews Madelyn, Calli, Rylee Jo, Michael, Mylee, Averi and Wyatt; two aunts Maxine Farrar and her husband Wayne, Gail Cleaves and her husband Duane all of Florida; uncle Richard McQuarrie and his wife Maureen of Washington State; and a special friend Lisa Condon. She was predeceased by her father Robert Bruce Folsom and her mother Nina (McQuarrie) Folsom Kirner. Friends may call at the Dunn Funeral Home Friday 11:00AM until the time of the service 12noon with Deacon Al Burleigh officiating. There will be a reception following the service in the Training room at the Houlton Fire Station. Interment will be in the Evergreen Cemetery. Gifts may be made payable to the Ark Animal Sanctuary or the Bridge of Hope c/o Dunn Funeral Home 11 Park Street Houlton, 04730. Online condolences and guest book: dunnfuneral.com
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