Glenn's Story

FORT KENT - Glenn Anthony Lamarr, 61, of Fort Kent, died May 9, 2015, at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston with his family by his side after a three year battle with leukemia.

Glenn was born to Roland and Della Lamarr on February 10, 1954 in Fort Kent, Maine. He graduated from Fort Kent Community High School in 1972 and received a BA from Bates College in 1976. Glenn was the Vice President of Commercial Lending for TD Bank in Fort Kent and a proud community member. Glenn believed in serving his community in many ways and was especially proud to serve on the St. Louis Parish Council and Finance Committee, Northern Maine Medical Center Board, America's First Mile Advisory Group, Finance Authority of Maine Board, and the UMFK Board of Visitors.

Excelling in every aspect of his life, Glenn earned the respect and admiration of all those who were fortunate enough to be part of his life. School and college athletics, career goals and accomplishments, community service and volunteerism were only a fraction of what he was truly gifted in, which was family. Those family and friends whom Glenn leaves behind are all better people having him in their lives. He was inseparable from his best friend and wife Gail, his soul mate for over 40 years. He was a "superman" father to his children, Jennifer, Robin, and Anthony, and at being the greatest and most gentle "Pep" in the world to his grandchildren Aidan, Mallory, Lily, and Avery.

Our immense loss is heaven's great gain as Glenn was truly a special man.

Glenn is survived by his wife of 40 years Gail Lamarr; his parents Roland and Della Lamarr of Fort Kent, his three children, Jennifer and husband Benjamin Sirois of Fort Kent, Robin and husband Eric Werntgen of Fort Kent, and Anthony Lamarr of Portland; four grandchildren Aidan, Mallory, Lily, and Avery; and his three sisters Debra D'Amato of South Windsor CT, Andrea Lamarr of Portland ME, and Wendy Caron of Fort Kent ME.

A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated 11 a.m., Saturday, May 16, 2015, at the St. Louis Catholic Church, Fort Kent, Committal services will follow in the parish cemetery.

In lieu of flowers those who wish in Glenn's memory may donate to the Edgar J. Paradis Cancer Fund, 194 East Main St. Fort Kent, Me. 04743.

Arrangements are a service of Daigle Funeral Home, Fort Kent.
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