Wayne Romeo Clukey, 81, beloved husband of Ethel R (Kennedy) Clukey, died peacefully at his home on Cold Stream, Thursday, July 21, 2016. Wayne was born September 20, 1934 in West Enfield, ME the son of Romeo and Marion (Curtis) Clukey.
He is survived by his loving wife of 56 years Ethel (Kennedy) Clukey of Enfield. Two sons, Wayne Clukey and his wife Rowena of West Enfield; Wade and his wife Candy of Milo; eight grandchildren, Nathan Hatch and his wife Samantha, Cameron Harding and his girlfriend Taylor Small; Dustin Ellison, Nicole Hatch and her boyfriend Evan Monte; Alec Shannon; Mikayla Glidden, Austin Clukey, and Rylee Harding; great grand daughter Natalie; special family members Susan Harding, Tammy Ellison and Wendy Glidden; one brother Linwood Hayden and his wife Inez of Zephyr Hills, FL.; niece Pam Paradis of West Enfield; Sisters in-law Phyllis Severance, Eunice Page and her husband Joe, and Eva McGaw; a special friend Ederle (Cloukey) LeMay; as well as numerous other loved family members. He was predeceased by his parents, a sister; Laura (Hayden) Paradis and her husband Dennis; a special cousin and best friend Carl Cloukey; Sister in-law Roberta Birmingham, Brothers in-law Linwood Severance, Robert McGaw and Robert Kennedy.
Wayne loved his work at GNP where he spent 35 years as an optical alignman until his retirement in 1995. His recreational time was spent camping, hunting and fishing. He was proud to have taught his sons the fine art of wetting a line with many fond memories of Nesowadnehunk and the airstream. In later years he spent his time enjoying the peaceful and tranquil lake he loved, Cold Stream.
Visiting hours will be held on Sunday July 23rd at Clays Funeral home from 4 to 6 pm. The funeral will be Monday July 24th at 11am at Clays Funeral home followed by a graveside service at the West Enfield Cemetery. There will be a celebration of life at the Amadamast Grange hall in Enfield directly following. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Community Health and Counseling Services hospice care. Condolences may be expressed at .
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