Jeffrey's Story

Monson - Jeffrey J. Saulnier, 59, passed away October 8, 2016, at his home in Monson. He was born December 29, 1956, in Lynn, MA, the son of John and Carole (Teal) Saulnier. A proud Veteran of the United States Air Force, Jeff graduated from Plymouth Carver High School, Class of 1975. He was a proud Eagle Scout and member of Troop 47 and was especially proud of the work he had done to complete his Eagle Scout project, which was planning, preparing, and taking blind scouts camping. Jeff cherished many scouting moments including a trip to Phimont, New Mexico, climbing Mt. Katahdin, and paddling the Allagash. He taught his daughters everything they know about camping, hunting, and fishing, and truly enjoyed photography. Jeff will be remembered as kind and gentle soul that would do anything for other people.
Jeffrey will be deeply missed by his loving wife, Kimberley (Erickson) Saulnier, as she had found the love of her life; his mother, Carole Saulnier and her husband, Bob Zack, of Bangor; two daughters, Jessica Canaday and her husband, David, of Virginia, and Rebecca Saulnier and her wife, Jenn, and their two sons, Evan and Jacob, of Bangor; two adopted sons, Hunter and Trapper Reed of Monson; 4 step-children, Sarah Austin and her fiancé, Chris Ham, of Winslow, Jesse Reed and and his son, Jayden, of Dover-Foxcroft, Chelsea Reed and her children, Abigail, Madison, and Connor, of Bangor, and Kristyn Reed and her son, Lyric, of Monson; his sister, Nadene Saulnier of Bangor and her children, Ryan, Chelsea, and Victoria, of Massachusetts; his father-in-law, Laurance Erickson, Sr.; his brother-in-law, Laurance Erickson, Jr. and his children; his sister-in-law, Terri-Jo Clough and her husband, Al, and their children, all of Monson; and many friends.
A celebration of Jeff's life will be announced at a later date. Those who wish may make memorial donations to Camp Kieve, which benefits Veterans who are struggling, PO Box 169, Nobleboro, ME 04555. Arrangements are in the care of the Lary Funeral Home. Messages of Condolence may be expressed at
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