Mars Hill and Clifton
- Our beautiful son Randy took his first breath on August 4, 1960. He immediately became the brand new light of our lives. After snowblowing his yard for the first snowstorm of the season in Mars Hill, Randy had a massive heart attack. The light of our lives died on December 2, 2016, surrounded by all of his family. He was the son of Thelma Hawkins Treadwell and the late Francis Richard Treadwell.
Randy loved life and everything in it. He was honest, hard-working, and took everyone at face value with no preconceptions. Randy had a sort of innocence and invincibility about him. An example being the time he jumped off his parents' 1 1/2 story garage with a huge umbrella. This was done with lots of encouragement from his brothers of course. We all know how well that works; but being Randy, when he came to the inevitable hard landing, not only was he unhurt but laughing his ass off. For all the things he got into, he was never seriously hurt.
He attended Brewer High School, and then joined the Maine National Guard. He was discharged with the rank of Corporal/E4. He worked for most of his life at several different branches of F.W. Webb.
Randy loved dirt bikes, four-wheeling, camping, hunting with dad, ice-fishing, snowmobiling, Chick Hill, and going to camp.
Although our hearts are broken, we know you are in a better place.
Sleep tight and sweet dreams, Randy.
Randy is survived by his mother Thelma; his loving wife Barbara; family Vanessa Tomah, daughters Hannah and Abbey Treadwell; His first wife Terry Treadwell and her husband Dalton Hodgins and two sons he was so proud of. Nicholas Treadwell, Staff Sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corps, currently deployed in Okinawa, Japan, his wife Alisa and their children Cameron and Cailynn; and Joseph Treadwell, Petty Officer 2nd Class in the U.S. Navy, most recently stationed in Lemoore, CA. Four brothers, Roger and wife Pam Treadwell, Ken Treadwell, Kevin Treadwell and fiancé Beth Spaulding, and Mike Treadwell. His sister Sheila Treadwell Bryant and husband Lee, and sisters-in-law Michelle and husband Matt Hebert, and Ann Paige and husband Tim Paige.
Randy was predeceased by his father, Francis; his father-in-law Louie Tomah and a special friend Dick Godfrey. Aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins, too many to list.
Randy was cremated, with internment in the spring.
There will be a memorial service at 12 noon on Saturday, Dec. 10, 2016, with a celebration of his life immediately after at the Clifton United Baptist Church, 742 Airline Road in Clifton. Flowers are welcome, or as Randy was an animal lover, donations to a No-Kill animal shelter in his name are also welcome. Perhaps The Ark Animal Shelter, 60 Barber Lane, Cherryfield, ME 04622.
Published on  December 7, 2016