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OAKLAWN, ILL., AND EDDINGTON, MAINE - Pamela J. Cormier, 57, passed away Saturday, April 11, 2015, surrounded by her loving family and friends after a brief illness. She was born November 4, 1958, in Bangor, Maine. She spent most her youth in Eddington and after high school pursued a career first as a Veterinarian and then changing to Podiatric Medicine, attending Michigan State University and the Dr. William School School of Podiatric Medicine. After completing her internship in Illinois she returned to Maine and set up practice in Bucksport for a year, later deciding to return to Illinois, where she practiced and met her husband, Larry Callen. " Dr. Pam," as she loved to be called, practiced her career on and off for the next 25 years. She made many friends along the way with her kind heart and soul and was always there for a friend in need. Pam loved animals deeply like she loved her friends and family, she was a great cook with skills she learned from her mother Mary, sister Paula, and grandmother Pauline. She leaves behind her husband, Larry Callen and family; her father, Alfred Cormier and stepmother, Myrtle; loving sister and best friend, Paula and husband, Gary Locke; brother, Patrick and wife, Terri; special nephew, Wesley and wife, Carolyn Campbell, and their girls; and lifelong friends, Kathy Brancley, Nancy Coulter, Dawn Bisson and Sally Furuy. She was predeceased by her mother, Mary Cormier Vittum and stepfather, Bob Vittum; grandparents, Stephen and Pauline Giordani, Leo and Laura Cormier; and several aunts and uncles. There will be a gathering of remembrance to celebrate Pam's life to be announced at a later date. If you would like to remember "Dr. Pam" in a special way please donate in memory to The Last Stop Horse Rescue, 938 Tar Ridge Road, Prentiss, ME 04487 http://www.laststophorserescue.com or the Arc Animal Shelter, P.O. Box 276, Cherryfield, ME 04622 http://thearkpets.org .
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OLD TOWN - Joan B. (Dufour) Caron died from the inevitable complications of old age on April 10, 2015. She was born June 4, 1924 to Paul and Audelie (Brodeur) Dufour. Joan graduated from Old Town High School, Class of 1943. After a short stint as a secretary at the University of Maine, she married Lawrence "Joe" Caron in 1946 and went on to a full time career as a mother and Maine game warden's wife. In 1972, she returned to UMO as a secretary at the Canadian American Center, retiring in 1986. Joan was predeceased by her husband, parents and a brother, Franklin. She is survived by children John and wife Barbara of Enfield, Susan Nealey and husband Jim of Severna Park, MD, Mary Durost and husband Jay of Bucksport, Peter and wife Lisa of Swanville; grandchildren Jack, Josh, AJ, Joanna, Kate, Emily, Brett, and Jase; great-grandchildren Laura, Samuel, Benjamin and Lydia; brothers Phillip, James and Peter Dufour and sister Eunice Bouchard. Joan would like to express her gratitude to her dear friend, Virginia Greene, for helping to make her final journey so much easier. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, April 18, at Holy Family Catholic Church, Old Town. A reception will follow in the Parish Center. Internment will take place next to her husband at the Maine Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Mt. Vernon Road, Augusta at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Eastern Maine, PO Box 931, Bangor, ME 04402, or Catholic Charities of Maine, PO Box 10660, Portland, ME 04104. In place of flowers, the family would like to take a step backwards and plant a living memory garden of perennial blossoms to remind us of Joan and the people who loved her. Feel free to bring a favorite bulb, perennial, root, shrub, fruit tree, or packet of seeds to be part of our garden. Arrangements by Kiley & Foley Funeral Service, 299 Union St., Bangor.
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KEZAR FALLS - Anne Bailey Woods Romano, age 89, of Kezar Falls, Maine, passed away on April 8, 2015 after a long battle with Alzheimer's. She was born in Lamoine, Maine in 1925 to Annie Hoadley Gilbert and Harry Morgan Woods. Anne was the last of her family of 3 sisters and 1 brother to pass on. Through her childhood years, she and her family lived in Lamoine, Salisbury Cove (on her parent's Woodstead Dairy Farm), and Ellsworth. She is survived by her husband (64 yrs of marriage), Nundi Romano of Kezar Falls, son Peter Romano and his wife Kathy of Scarborough and daughter Joanne Romano of Gorham, as well as two grandchildren, Gina and Ronda, five great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild. Anne graduated as Valedictorian of her High School in Ellsworth Maine. She attended and graduated with honors (Phi Beta Kappa membership) at UMO with a bachelor's degree in English literature. Her parents were also UMO graduates, as was her grandfather, Charles Dayton Woods, Director of the Maine Agricultural Experiment Station at UMO for 25 years. While living in Guilford, Anne worked as a secretary at Hardwood Products (3 yrs) and as secretary at the Guilford Woolen Mill (6 yrs) for the comptroller. In Kezar Falls she was the secretary for the superintendent at Sacopee Valley H.S. and handled the financial end of her husband's golf repair business. She also worked as a substitute teacher in English, reading, biology and maybe others! Anne's first priority was the health and well-being of her family. She was also very much involved in community activities over the years as follows: Saco River Festival Association, Sunday school teacher, Cub Scout den mother, volunteer librarian, and notary of the public. She was a member of the LMR Club, 21 Club, and Eastern Star. In her lifetime she was also involved in the following activities: high school band (clarinet), played piano, camping, golfing, hiking, and skiing. She had a knack for learning and developing a skill quickly such as knitting and sewing. She enjoyed indoor/outdoor theatre and scenic drives through the countryside. Anne had a lifelong love for learning and teaching. She could recite numerous poems as her parents were also great readers and lovers of literature and writing. Anne was selfless and had a great sense of humor and fun. She had a genuinely friendly nature and a captivating brilliant smile that we will remember and cherish forever. A "Friends of Anne" Remembrance will be on Saturday, April 18, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Watson, Neal & York Funeral Home, 71 Maple St., Cornish. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to: Maine Alzheimers's Association, 383 U.S. Route 1, Suite 2-C, Scarborough, ME. 04074. Online condolences may be expressed at: www.wnyfuneralhome.com .
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