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MARS HILL AND JEFFERSON CITY, MO - Janine Catherine Saucier Wheeler was a beautiful spirit who graced this earth for a short 49 years. She lived life by her own high standards in her faith, service to others, and relationships. Her ability to put a positive light on some of the most difficult situations was astonishing. Early on Saturday, December 19, 2015, Janine died, unexpectedly, at the Ellis Fischel Cancer Center, Columbia, Mo., after valiantly battling cancer over the previous 12 months. Janine was born on July 8, 1966, in New Haven, CT, the only daughter and fourth child of Thomas and Judith (Hudak) Saucier. She grew up in Mars Hill, where she graduated from Central Aroostook High School. She later earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Columbia College in Missouri, graduating Summa Cum Laude. Growing up with four brothers was not always an easy task, and she learned to enjoy their loving and gentle teasing and developed her own unique sense of humor in return. Many of the nicknames from her four brothers, each with a story of its own, include: Neenee, Neen, Neen Bean, Beanie, Beano, and especially, J9 (Janine). "Walk the Line 4J9" was the name chosen to honor her by her Relay for Life cancer team in Jefferson City, MO. As the only female child, her chosen email address was tfd (the favorite daughter). Janine proudly served our country in the US Air Force from February of 1985 to July of 1991, including support for Operation Desert Storm. She was awarded many honors and medals for her loyalty, integrity, execution of orders, and excellence as an Administrative Specialist. It is during that time that John Patrick Wheeler met Janine, the love of his life. They were united in marriage on November 1, 1986, in Alexandria, Louisiana, and shared a fun loving, adventurous life together, full of witty banter, lightness of heart, dreams of the future, and a deep irreplaceable love and friendship. They raised three beautiful daughters and filled their lives with joy, laughter, delicious aromas from the kitchen, family movie nights, and the many adopted cherished shelter pets they rescued. "Cruiser" will be missing her. For the past 20 years, the family made their home in Jefferson City, Missouri, where Janine continued to serve others as a mentor for troubled youth in the Jefferson City Public School System, and was active in PTO. She was the caregiver and advocate for their special needs daughter, Rachael, and was a repeated participant in the Polar Bear Plunge for Special Olympics, among many other supportive events for special needs children. She also was a devoted caregiver of her father-in-law, Harold Wheeler, in his last years of life. When her husband, John, was deployed to Iraq, Janine lead several fundraising activities for our troops overseas and their families in the states and continued to support them after his return. She sought to learn and was an avid reader. She enjoyed gardening in the yard and, with her love of cooking, experimenting with different recipes in the kitchen. She introduced her extended Midwestern family to fiddleheads, oyster stuffing, and the best ever blue potato salad! Janine's family joyfully anticipated her homecomings each time she returned. She kept busy cooking sweets and spending time with her nieces and nephews and preparing delicious meals for the adults, too. Her home state of Maine always held a special place in Janine's heart. She and Rachael spent several summers in Maine visiting her entire family, north to south, and at No. 9 Lake, a cherished retreat of peace and tranquility. Her stories of childhood memories in Maine, trips to the Connecticut shore, and her beloved extended family there, were heartwarming. This past October, a new dimension was added to her life, with the birth of her and John's first grandchild, Harrison. Holding him, she beamed pure love and joy. Janine was a force of nature and left a little light wherever she went. Her spirit and the joy she brought to all will live on in her family, friends and loved ones as well as her laughter and smile. Janine is survived by her loving husband, John; and daughters, Rachael, of Jefferson City, MO; Jessica and husband, Andrew Crook, and grandson, Harrison, of California, MO; and Emily and fiancee, Richard Hess III, of Overland Park, KS. She is also survived by her parents of Mars Hill, and brothers, all of Maine, Thomas W. and wife, Sue, of Topsham; Matthew and Joshua of Bangor; Jeffrey and wife, Joy of Presque Isle; surrogate sister, Danielle Saucier of Winterport; uncle, Gregory Hudak of Brewer; aunt, Margaret Meisel of Hawthorne, FL; many loved and loving cousins, nieces, nephews, sisters and brothers-in-law. Services were held at Wesley United Methodist Church and interment with full military honors at Riverview Cemetery, Jefferson City, MO. Those who wish to remember Janine may contribute in her memory to a charity of their choice or Cole County Residential Services, 1908 Boggs Creek Rd., Jefferson City, MO, 651015580, an entity that serves the special needs community of Cole County Missouri. The staff there took excellent care of Rachael when John and Janine needed them most, and continues to support John in any and all ways in helping with Rachael. The family's appreciation is beyond words. A celebration of Janine's life will begin with a Mass in her honor on her birthday, Friday, July 8, at 1:30 p.m. at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Mars Hill. Friends and relatives are invited to visit with the family preceding Mass, from 12:30 p.m. until Mass time. A time of fellowship and refreshments will be held in the reception hall following Mass.
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EASTON - C. Paul Mullen, life-long resident of Easton, Maine, began his next journey on June 24, 2016, with his family at his side. He was born August 12, 1922, to Lydia (Smith) and Clinton Mullen. Paul attended school and graduated from Easton High School in 1941. He served his country in the Army during WWII in the 860th Chemical Company Air Operations from 1942 until his discharge in 1946. Upon his return home to Aroostook County, he joined his family in farming. It was also in 1946 that he met his future wife, Arlene Small, and they began their married life together in 1949. They raised their only daughter, Emily and quietly mourned the loss of their infant son, Cameron. For a good portion of his working life, Paul owned and operated Easton Oil Company. Paul often said that despite some hard times, he had a lot of good luck throughout his life. While sometimes quiet and private, many will remember Paul as being talkative and quick witted. Paul was an active member of the Easton American Legion, Easton Lion's Club and according to friends was a "Master" bean-hole bean maker. Paul was also involved with the Maine Breeder's Association and the U.S. Trotting Association. For more than 50 years, Paul's free time was most often consumed by his passion for horses. He and his father bought their first racehorse, Ada May Spirit. In 1962 and from there, his personal legacy began. Paul raised Standard Bred horses and was involved with every aspect of horse racing, including breeding, training, shoeing, and driving. Racing enthusiasts will recognize Paul's West Ridge line of horses of which he was so very proud. His granddaughters remember his quiet yet excited concern with the birth of new foals and his devotion to the health and vitality of his horses as he retired his mares to his own barn and pastures. He also proudly displayed trophies, pictures and videos of his racing winners like West Ridge Gossip, West Ridge Alberta, and West Ridge No Gossip to anyone willing to look and listen. As Paul got older he turned over most racing responsibilities to trusted friends, but he never lost his interest in racing and followed the careers of Maine horses and drivers on the internet. Paul was a kind, patient and generous husband, dad and grampy. He was known to paint granddaughters' fingernails in the morning and then enlist their help in the barn in the afternoon. He encouraged us, verbally and financially, to pursue education and he continually stressed the importance of a strong work ethic. He taught both granddaughters math skills by first teaching them to play cribbage and then instilled the importance of managing their money. Along with his parents, Paul was predeceased by his infant son, Cameron; his sister, Evelyn Wilson; and his brothers, Arnold, Earlon and Lawrence. He is survived by his wife of 67 years, Arlene of Easton; daughter, Emily Knight, granddaughters, Tara Matthews and husband, Michael, and their children, Molly and Cameron; and Shannon Knight and Kris Matthews and his children, Alex and Jaelyn, all of Trescott. He also leaves a special niece, Suzanne Adams of Easton, with whom he shared many of the same attributes. Paul was fortunate to have pocket of friends and neighbors who provided support and company throughout the years. Paul and his family have also felt the comfort and support of the Full Circle medical staff especially Holly with whom he shared a special bond. In following Paul's wishes, there will be no public service. In lieu of flowers, friends may make a donation in his name to the Easton School Department's Athletic Program, 173 Center Road, Easton, ME 04740. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Giberson-Dorsey Funeral Home, 144 Main Street, Fort Fairfield. Online condolences may be expressed at www.gibersondorseyfuneralhome.com .
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LIMESTONE AND PRESQUE ISLE - F. Ellsworth, "Ike" Morris, 91, husband of Barbara A. (Russell) Morris, passed away Saturday afternoon, June 25, 2016, at a Presque Isle health care facility, from complications due to pneumonia. He was born October 16, 1924, on the Morris Farm in Limestone, the first child of Frank B. and Jessie B. (Hill) Morris. Ike was a graduate of the Limestone High School, Class of 1943, and became a well respected potato grower in Limestone, retiring in 1987. He was a member of the Limestone United Methodist Church and a dedicated active member of the Limestone Masonic Lodge No. 214 AF & AM since 1948, where he held many positions and was elected seven times as Worshipful Master. Ike also served as the District Deputy Grand Master of the First Masonic District of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Maine in 1981 and 1982. Mr. Morris was also a member of several appendant bodies of Free Masonary, including the Anah Temple Shrine, the York Rite and the Scottish Rite. Many of Ike's fondest memories took place at the Morris Farm where he could enjoy the earth, the trees and the love of his large family during Sunday picnics. In addition to his parents, Ike was predeceased by one son, Robert Ellsworth Morris; one grandson, Evan Morris; one brother, Coburn Morris; and one sister, Betty Russell. He is survived by his wife of sixty-two years, Barbara Morris of Presque Isle; two sons and daughters-in-law, Frank William "Bill" and Paula Morris of North Potomac, MD, and Richard Wayne and Laurie Morris of East Granby, CT; one sister and brother-in-law, Shirley and Sheldon Lauritsen of Limestone; three grandchildren, Andrew Morris and Melissa of Silver Springs, MD, Olivia and Hayley Morris, both of East Granby, CT; one great-granddaughter, Eliana of Silver Springs, MD; one brother-in-law, Tom Russell of California; several nieces and nephews. The Morris family wishes to express their sincere gratitude to Leisure Village, and the Aroostook Medical Center for the exceptional compassionate care given to Mr. Morris during his illness, and a special thank you to Ike's many special Masonic friends who faithfully visited or called him during his final years. Friends may call Thursday, June 30, 2016, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Giberson-Dorsey Funeral Home, 144 Main Street, Fort Fairfield, where an evening Masonic Memorial Service will be conducted at 8 p.m. by the officer's of the Limestone Lodge No. 214. The funeral service will be conducted Friday, July 1, 2016, at 11 a.m. at the Limestone United Methodist Church with the Rev. Stephen Dale officiating. A time of continued fellowship with refreshments will be held after the service in the church reception area. Private interment will take place at Advent Cemetery, Limestone. Those who wish may contribute in memory of Mr. Morris to the Limestone United Methodist Church, 2 Burleigh Ave., Limestone, ME 04750 or to a charity of one's choice. Online condolences may be expressed at www.gibersondorseyfuneralhome.com .
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CARIBOU AND MILLINOCKET - Mary Hartley, 74, wife of the late Marvin Hartley, passed away June 22, 2016, at Caribou surrounded by her family. She was born in Fort Fairfield, September 15, 1941, the daughter of the late John McCarthy and Annie (Baker) McCarthy. Mary was employed by Cary Medical Center as a LPN for a number of years. She is survived by her children, Anne Bertram of Portland, Catherine Zetterman and husband, Linwood, of Millinocket, Greg Bertram and wife, Leslie, of Long Pond, PA, Sarah Hartley and Amy Hartley both of Caribou; a stepdaughter, Jane Hartley of Stockholm; a stepson, Skip Hartley of Raleigh, NC; her sister, Dorothy Wakem and husband, David, of Caribou; 16 grandchildren, including a special grandson, Damien, who was always with her at just the right moments, and 25 great-grandchildren.?Friends may call at the Mockler Funeral Home, 24 Reservoir Street, Caribou, June 27, 2016, from 11:30 a.m. until time of services. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 1 p.m. from the Parish of the Precious Blood Holy Rosary Catholic Church. Following the services all are invited to a time of continued fellowship and refreshments at the Parish Center. Interment will be in the Evergreen Cemetery, Caribou. Friends who wish to contribute in memory of Mary may do so through the Jefferson Cary Foundation, P.O. Box 89, Caribou, ME 04736.?www.mocklerfuneralhome.com
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PEAKS ISLAND - Victor Romanyshyn died on May 28, 2016, in his home on Peaks Island surrounded by his family. The cause of death was bronchiectasis. He was born June 3, 1958, in Bangor, the son of John and Annie Romanyshyn. Victor was an artist who combined painting with photography to create photography still lifes. His often referenced the 17th century Dutch masters with his use of light and objects against the abstract backgrounds he painted. Books were a favorite subject of his, as were the tools and materials of craftsmen and artists.  He was also a nature photographer rising every day well before sunrise to walk the back shore and woods of Peaks Island. A life-long scholar, he taught himself Ancient Greek and wrote out passages from the Odyssey into his paintings. He was the narrator in Ancient Greek of a Toy Theater production of the Iliad. His life revolved around his work, his books and his family and friends. Victor grew up in Orono and Portland, where he attended the Webster School, Waynefleet School, the New School Workshop and the Portland Street School. A lover of food as a young chef, at age 12 he was an assistant to the pastry chef at the Gas Light restaurant on Exchange Street in Portland.  He studied Italian and Art History at the University of Perugia, Art Criticism at the New School for Social Research, drawing at the Art Students League and drawing and painting at the School for Visual Arts in New York.  In 1996, he moved to Peaks Island where he spent the next 20 years working in his studios there and in Portland. He was a leading member of the photography, painting and printer's collective, Addison Woolley Gallery. His Maine exhibitions included exhibits at the UNE Art Gallery, the Island Institute, the Jewish Museum and various galleries throughout the state. The last exhibit before his death was entitled, Bird Architecture, at the Library Institute Gallery at Yale University. Victor is survived by his mother, Annie; sister, Coralie; brother, Michael; niece and nephews, Liana, Auley and Maurice; great-nieces and great-nephew Chloe, Sophia, Olivia and Gabriel; brother-in-law, Charlie; and sister-in-law, Susie. He was predeceased by his father, John; and sister Kathryn.  An exhibit including an array of his work from the thousands of prints and photos he produced during his life will be on display for Portland's First Friday Open Studio event, Friday, July 1, from 5 a 9 p.m. at the Bakery Studios on 61 Pleasant Street. A memorial gathering will take place on Monday, August 1, at the 5th Maine on Peaks Island at 4 p.m. For more information, please contact the family at mike.romany@gmail.com.
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TOGUS - Theodore F. Brooks of Topsham died Saturday, June 18, 2016, at the Togus Veterans Hospice with his immediate family by his side. He was born September 30, 1928, in Island Falls, Maine, the son of Frank and Lucy (Emery) Brooks. He attended Island Falls schools and in December 1946, at age 17, enlisted in the United States Navy. On April 20, 1953, Ted married Kathleen M. Bachelder of Houlton, Maine. They remained together for 61 years until Kay's passing in May 2014. Ted was proud of his Naval career which included sea duty assignments aboard seven ships; U.S.S. Wright, U.S.S. Coral Sea (plank owner), U.S.S. Greenwich Bay, U.S.S. Currituck, U.S.S. Wasp, U.S.S. Forrestal and the U.S.S. John F. Kennedy (plank owner). Some land duty assignments included Fentress Field, Va., Keflavik, Iceland and Fleet Air Wing Three at Brunswick Naval Air Station where he was Leading Chief. Senior Chief Brooks, ABCS, retired in November 1969, two weeks shy of 23 years active duty service to his country. In 1970 he went to work for Jay Brush Corporation in Brunswick which later became Grumbacher Industries. He was foreman in numerous shops within the company during his years there. He retired in the early 1990's before the company relocated to Lisbon Falls. Ted was predeceased by his loving wife Kay in May 2014. He is survived by his son David Brooks and his wife Lynne of Lisbon Falls; granddaughter Lisa Brooks Brown and great grandson Ethan Brown of Lisbon; grandson Jason Brooks and his wife Katie and great grandsons Nolan and Grant Brooks of Waterboro, Maine; along with many nieces and nephews. Ted was the remaining sibling with four sisters, Marie, Leona, Joyce and Geneva; and three brothers, Raymond Cecil and Reg predeceasing him. The family wishes to express its deepest gratitude to the staffs of the Maine Veterans Home, C. Company in Augusta as well as the Togus Veterans Center, Patriots Place (73) & Hospice for their excellent care of Ted these past two years. Visiting hours will be held from 5-7 p.m. on Friday, August 26, 2016, at Brackett Funeral Home, 29 Federal Street, Brunswick. A graveside service with military honors will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, August 27, 2016, in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Pleasant Hill Road in Sabattus, ME. Remembrance donations, in lieu of flowers, may be made to: V.A. V.S. Patriot Place (73), Voluntary Services 135 Department of Vet Affairs, 1 VA Center, Augusta, ME 04330 or to the Maine Veteran's Home, Attn: C Company, 310 Cony Road, Augusta, ME 04330. To share a message of condolence with the Brooks family, please visit www.brackettfuneralhome.com
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MILLINOCKET - Gerald Philip Grass, 71, passed away Wednesday, June 22, 2016 at a Bangor hospital. He was born May 7, 1945 in Mars Hill, the son of Gerald A. and Dorothy F. (Terrell) Grass. Phil grew up on a potato farm in Mars Hill, and was a graduate of the Aroostook Central Institute, class of 1963. He married Lorena Lawrence in 1965, and they shared the next 51 years together. He apprenticed as a plumber for a period of time before joining the United Association of Plumbers and Pipefitters, Local #716 in 1970. In 1971, he worked at the Great Northern Paper Company helping in the building of #11. He moved his family to Millinocket that year, and lived there for the duration of his career. When not working, he was involved in Millinocket Youth Hockey for many years, and also was a dedicated member of the Jo Mary Riders and the Northern Timber Cruisers Snowmobile Clubs. He spent many hours grooming the trails and helping make the trails of the Katahdin Region the best available in the system. When not grooming, he also enjoyed sledding the trails. In younger years, Phil raced cars at Spud Speedway from 1965-71, and worked on cars, rode motorcycles, and spent time with his family. He loved watching White Lightning, which was the name of his son's racing team, as well as his nephews tractor pulling operation. He also loved going to watch his grandsons play soccer. Phil was well known and much loved, and will be missed by his family and those he encountered in his many activities. His two canine friends, Sam and Shadow were loyal and faithful companions that he loved. Phil is survived by his wife of 51 years, Lorena V. (Lawrence) Grass; two children, Alan Grass and his companion Nancy, and Michelle King and her husband Tim; three granddaughters, Audrey, Emily and Monica; two grandsons, Garrett and Alan; a great granddaughter, Alivia; a sister, Judy Lunn and her husband Kenny; and several nieces, nephews, and cousins. He was predeceased by his parents. Friends are invited to visit with the family 12:30 - 2 P.M. Tuesday, June 28 at the Lamson Funeral Home, 11 Tamarack St., Millinocket, with a celebration of Phil's life beginning at 2 P.M. Interment will be private. Gifts in memory of Phil may be sent to the Katahdin Area Support Group, P.O. Box 374, Millinocket, ME 04462. Messages of condolence may be expressed at www.lamsonfh.com .
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ELLSWORTH ME/BALTIMORE, MD - Jean B. Beckmann, 87, died June 16, 2016 at St. Agnes Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. She was born July 10, 1928 in Somerville, MA the daughter of George Clarence and Ethel Mae (Honey) March. Jean graduated from Wilfred Academy in 1952 with a certification in cosmetology. She worked in cosmetology on and off for a number of years. Jean and her husband Carlton "Bud" Beckmann who was in the U.S. Navy for 25 years were stationed at many statewide and overseas facilities. Jean served as President of the officer's wives' club. Bud and Jean both became underwriters for Franklin Life Insurance. They spent many summers at their cottage at Shady Nook in Trenton, before moving here permanently upon retirement. Jean worked at JJ Newberry's and for a brief time as a secretary for Ashmore Color Time. She took many classes in creative writing and enjoyed writing poetry. Jean had 4 poems published and 11 children's stories. She won an Editions Choice awards for her poetry. Jean enjoyed bowling, roller skating and dancing. She spent 59 years and an active and devoted lifetime member of the Eastern Star and Irene Chapter O.E.S. where she served as a Past Grand Chapter of the State of Maine in 2000, District Deputy Grand Matron, Grand Representatives of Mississippi in Maine, and many other officers thru the years. Jean is survived by her son, Donald C. Beckmann of Sullivan; daughters, Carla J. Perrott and husband David of Parkton, MD., Jeanne L. Milano and husband Raymond of N. Bethesda, MD, Judith A. MacLean and husband Jonathan of Windham, NH; four grandsons, Ryan, Mathew and Brady Perrott and Jonathan MacLean; one granddaughter, Lauren MacLean; one brother, Charles Hatfield; and a sister, Joyce Mota of Providence RI. Jean was predeceased by her beloved husband, Carlton "Bud" B. Beckmann on August 2, 2011 and three sisters, Thelma, Priscilla and Geraldine. Calling hours will be held 10:00-11:00, June 29, 2016 at Jordan-Fernald, 113 Franklin Street, Ellsworth with a funeral service at 11:00 including an O.E.S. service. A graveside committal will be held 12:00, June 30, 2016 at the Maine Veterans Cemetery, Augusta. Those who desire may make contributions in Jean's memory to the Irene Chapter O.E.S. Charity Fund, P.O. Box 389, Ellsworth, 04605. Condolences may be made at www.jordanfernald.com
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MILLINOCKET - Winnifred Geraldine McGreevy (Jarvis), 91, passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Tuesday June 21, 2016. She was born March 22, 1925, the daughter of the late Lena and Donald Jarvis. Winnie will be remembered for all her acts of love and kindness to her family and to all that knew her.  Along with her husband, she owned and operated Katahdin Taxi for 28 years while raising her family.  She had a love for animals and enjoyed knitting.?Winnie is survived by 3 daughters, Sandra Yarberry, Sharon Brooker and husband, Wayne, and Deborah Jandreau and husband, Garry; and 2 sons, William McGreevy and wife, Beverly, and Edward (Jimmy) McGreevy. She is also survived by sisters, Hazel, Charlotte and Betty; brothers, Kenneth and Ronald; as well as 16 grandchildren, and many great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.  She was predeceased by her parents, Lena and Donald Jarvis; husband, Edward McGreevy; special sister-in-law, Evelyn; son, Robert McGreevy; and siblings, Barbara, Donald, Ensley  ("Buckeye") and Buddy.?There will be no services at this time as per Winnie's request. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hospice division of the Community Health and Counseling, 313 Enfield Road, Lincoln, ME 04457, or to the Katahdin Area Support Group, P.O. Box 374, Millinocket, ME  04462.  Messages of condolence may be expressed at www.lamsonfh.com .
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CARIBOU - Wade-Earl "Skip" Bennett, 89, passed away June 22,2016 at Caribou. He was born in Limestone July 12, 1926 the son of the late Harold and Fern(Downing) Bennett. Mr. Bennett was a graduate of Caribou High School and served with the US Army during WWII. He was a charter and lifetime member of the Lister Knowlton Post 9389 VFW. Skip owned and operated Bennett's Texaco in Caribou for many years. He attended the Crouseville Advent Church. Surviving in addition to his wife Mildred (Bragg) Bennett of Wade are one son and daughter in law, Scott and Christine Bennett of Kenduskeag; two daughters and a son in law, Karen and Reginald Bouchard of Caribou and Peggy Saucier of Presque Isle; stepson and daughter in law, Everett and Susan Merchant of Caribou; Eight grandchildren; ten great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; his mother in law, Gwen Bragg of Washburn; a sister in law Carolyn Bennett of E. Pembroke, N.Y., and numerous in laws. Mr. Bennett was predeceased by four brothers and their wives; Gerald and Barbara, Donald and Ruth, Lester and Norma and Gary Bennett. A celebration of Skips life will be held 11:00 am Tuesday June 28, 2016 at the Crouseville Advent Church with Rev. John Walsh, officiating. Interment with military honors will be in the Northern Maine Veterans Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, friends may contribute to Dementia research, Cancer research or the Aroostook Hospice House of Comfort. Arrangements by the Mockler Funeral Home Caribou. www.mocklerfuneralhome.com
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