- A celebration of a beautiful young man, Blaze Michael McQuate, will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn, 250 Haskell Rd., Bangor, at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 10th.
Come share your love, life, and laughter with his mother Angela Davis McQuate.
On June 6, 2017, heaven was blessed with a kind and gentle soul at the tender age of 21. Blaze lived up to his name. He lit a warm fire in every heart he touched.
He comes from a large family who will truly miss his infectious smile and laughter. His endearing love for all he knew, his true zest for life.
Left to celebrate his life are his mother Angela Davis McQuate from Mount Dora, FL. Father Rodney McQuate, sisters Reily Tatum and husband David, nephews David, Jaxson, and niece Mila Tatum, sister Chelsey McQuate, special grandparents Signa McQuate and the late Raymond McQuate. Many extended family also. Special friends Sandi and Joe Woody, all from New Hampshire.
Special grandparents Gloria "Nanny" and Ronald "Papa" Jenkins, grandfather Francis "Poppy" Michaud.
His aunts, uncles, and cousins, Suzanne Davis Theriault, cousins John Jr. "Jack" and Dylan. Angel's twin Cynthia (Davis), and husband Steve England, cousins Leah Paige and Brooke. Aunt Debi (Davis) Glidden, cousin and kindred spirit Raekel Nichols and husband Freddy Long. Cousins Tyler "little brother", Trenton, and Amaya. Aunt Michele Davis Turner, cousins Channelle, Alexa, and Ciera. Uncle Jay and Rebecca Michaud, cousin Ryan who also thought of Blaze as a big brother.
Blaze had a family of many, friends too numerous to name. Blaze had two special friends, one he loved Rico Rocado, one he adored, Amber Wilson.
Special thanks to Brookings-Smith of Bangor, for their wonderful service and sincere kindness. But most of all, the Hilton Garden Inn, his amazing "work family," for their impeccable support, overwhelming accommodations, and service for our family. No words can express our sincere gratitude. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you.
For the three-year-old little boy, who thought he was Buzz Lightyear and tried to fly. You can truly fly, baby boy, you now have your wings. Condolences can be made at brookingssmith.com
Published on  June 10, 2017