Carlene Johnson Sage

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Bangor - Carlene Johnson Sage, 80, passed away on September 11, 2019. Carlene is the daughter of Carlyle and Natalie Johnson, born on May 25, 1939. She passed peacefully at the family camp, her favorite spot, on Schoodic Lake with her family and friends.
She was predeceased by her husband Gary, and their son Chadwick. She leaves behind her brother Colonel Calvin R. Johnson, her daughters Pamela Sage and Leah Germon as well as many cherished grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Carlene led a full life. She was a graduate of UMO with a degree in teaching. Later in life she and her husband undertook the running of a variety of businesses. Her greatest joy was being a hostess to her children and their families and friends. She was an avid golfer with a few holes in one under her belt. She enjoyed painting pictures, many of which are hanging in her grandchildren's homes.
A memorial service will be held at 3 pm on Saturday, September 14, 2019 at Solstice Independent Living on 922 Ohio St. Bangor in the chapel. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Special Olympics of Maine at the following: specialolympics.org.
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Published on September 11, 2019
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Joyce Galletta
Sep 14, 2019
So sorry to hear of Carlene's passing. She was the first person I met at Fairway Village and Joe and I became good friends with her and Gary. Saw her often after she moved to the Mainlands, but sadly lost touch when she left Florida. Please accept my sympathy to you and your families. I DO know how you are feeling at this time, as I lost Joe in May. Love to all.
Joyce Galletta
Sep 14, 2019
So sorry to hear of Carlene's passing
She was the first person I met at Fairway Village and Joe and I became good friends with her and Gary. Saw her often after she moved to Mainlands, but sadly lost touch after she left Florida. I often speak of her to others who knew her at FV. She was very well liked. My sympathy goes out to Pam and Leah and their families. I can feel your pain, as I lost Joe in May. I hope they find each other in heaven and have a few laughs like they used to.
Tami & Dean
Sep 13, 2019
With great memories of your mom, sending love & peace to you all
Diane and Joe Dunn
Sep 12, 2019
Pam and Leah ... so sorry to hear of your mom's passing ... the wonderful thing about going into our other life is that you get to see family and friends you haven't seen for awhile ... but please know that your mom will forever be in your hearts with every beat ... Ashlee as showed me that Heaven is so real ... and our loved ones are not that far at all
Karen Lewis
Sep 12, 2019
Always enjoyed spending time with Carlene in Fairway Village. She was a special lady.
Pat Lumley
Sep 12, 2019
Carlene was a dear friend. She was the reason I moved to Fairway Villsge and we has many great years playing cards, partying, golfing etc. I had the pleasure of spending time with her at the Lake twice and have great memories! She was with me at the beach on 9/11 , a vivid memory. She loved her family. Cherish all the great memories! Sending my love and God's blessings to the family.
Mary Gibouleau
Sep 12, 2019
Dear Pam and Leah. I am saddened to read of your Mother's passing. She was a great help to me when I was teaching at PVHS. Your memories of her will give you the strength to carry on with your own families. Thinking of you, Mrs. Gib.