- David Wayne Tibbitts, 74, Millinocket, ME; previously a resident of Paisley, FL, passed away Monday, December 12, 2016, at home surrounded by family.
Born June 19, 1942, son of the late Donald E. Sr. and Elizabeth J. (Anderson) Tibbitts.
David was a loving Husband, Father, Grandfather, Son, Brother, Uncle and Friend.
He was a man of tremendous work ethic, great integrity, unselfish generosity, "Jack of ALL trades", and had a wonderful sense of humor (very quick witted) for all occasions.
A retiree of Great Northern Paper Company after 38 1/2 years of employment. After retirement, he continued to hold numerous part-time jobs working with the public fulfilling his love of interacting with people.
A true pride of David's was being a member of the Provost Guard with the Anah Temple Shriners.
He was predeceased by his Father amd Mother Donald and Elizabeth Tibbitts; Father-in-Law Bexton Seamans; and a Brother-in-law Steven Seamans.
David is survived by his wife of 53 years Sandra D. (Seamans) Tibbitts; two children Daughter Becky D. (Tibbitts) Doughty and her husband Paul of Gorham, ME and Son Lonnie W. Tibbitts and his partner Robin Moore of Wildwood, FL; three grandchildren Sarah and Ryan Doughty and Isabella Tibbitts who greatly adored their grandfather.
He is also survived by a Brother Donald Tibbitts, Jr. and wife Jeannie; Sisters Nancy Goodall and Susan Wilson; Sisters-in-law Earlene Andrick and husband Paul, and Sue Seamans all of Millinocket, ME; Brothers-in-law Dennis Seamans and wife Susan of Spartanburg, SC, and Roger Seamans and wife Donna; and Mother-in-Law Bernice Nickerson all of Millinocket, ME. Several nieces and nephews that all held a very special place in his heart.
He also leaves behind his beloved dogs Amos and Benji and cat Charlie.
Per David's wishes, there will be no funeral or memorial services.
The family would like to express their sincere Thank you and appreciation to Family & Beacon Hospice for their tremendous support and love.
In lieu of cards and flowers, please consider donating to the Penobscot Valley Humane Society or a local Shelter.
Published on  December 16, 2016