Carolyn M. Dube McBreairty

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WOODLAND - Carolyn M. Dube McBreairty, 64, died Feb. 21, 2013, at her residence, after a long, valiant fight against cancer. She was born Jan. 11, 1949, in Caribou, the daughter of Raymond and Joan (Bossie) Dube.

She was a graduate of Caribou High School and she married Nelson McBreairty, March 18, 1967. Carolyn was employed at Peoples Bank, Caribou Nursing Home and more recently in the admitting department at Cary Medical Center. She was a member of Caribou United Baptist Church and was also a member and officer of Caribou Lioness Club. Carolyn was a loving and devoted wife, a special mom to her boys and a proud grandmother. She enjoyed life by caring for others, whether it was through her work or her home. She had the gift of sharing her talents with her sewing, quilting and making beaded necklaces for her family and friends.

Surviving in addition to her husband, Nelson of Woodland and her mother, Joan of Caribou, are three sons and a daughter-in-law, Ransford "Rancie" and Jen McBreairty of Woodland, Scott McBreairty of Caribou and Brian McBreairty of Machias; three sisters and brothers-in-law, Vickie and Donald Labrie of New Sweden, Doreen and Michael Webb and Tina and Dean Wickstrom, all of Eddington; four grandchildren, Chelsea, Daniel, Callee and Tatum; two great-grandchildren, Isaac and Jayden; a brother-in-law, Paul Perry of Woodland; many cousins, nieces and nephews. Mrs. McBreairty was predeceased by her father, Raymond; a sister, Gloria Perry; and a grandchild, Devin.

A celebration of Carolyn's life will be held 1p.m. Monday, Feb. 25, at Caribou United Baptist Church with the Rev. Dr. Gary Johnson officiating. After the service all are invited to a time of continued fellowship and refreshments with the family in the church dining area. Arrangements by Mockler Funeral Home, 24 Reservoir St., Caribou.
Published in BDN Maine on Feb. 23, 2013
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