Charles Allen Shields
Kenduskeag - Charles graduated from Bangor High School and then went to work for the Bangor Mall, where he worked for 25yrs in the custodial services. Charles recently retired from Husson University after spending 16yrs there as a Custodian. In his free time Charles loved to watch sports and play cribbage every weekend with his dear friend Al. Charles also was an avid movie fan and enjoyed watching old Clint Eastwood movies and Frasier.
Charles was predeceased by his wife, Laurie Shields, of 37 years; and his younger brother Vernal "Butch" Shields.
He survived by his mother, Arlene Shields; his children Chad and Briana Shields; his two grandchildren, Spencer and Oliver Shields; his sister Diana Barrows and nieces Leah Wagner and husband Dan, and Tara Barrows; his mother-in-law Mary Ellen Coombs; sister-in laws, Mary-Ray Hartmann and husband Tom, and Anna Leek and husband Brian; nephews Kenny Andersen, Ryan Leveque, Marcus Leek and niece Bridget Andersen.
Charles will be buried along side his wife at Mattawamkeag Cemetery this coming June.
Published on January 16, 2020

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Richard Daigle
Mar 06, 2020
Richard Daigle
Mar 06, 2020
Charlie was such a good friend and coworker. How I enjoyed working with him. We spent many, many hours bringing the Bangor Mall & property up to the “Roy Daigle Standard”! Whether it was filling holes, in the parking lot, with cold patch, rebuilding the hemlock fence, on the outer ring road or just basic maintenance, we always made the best of our time together. He was a “one of a kind” man, who would give the shirt off his back, if you needed it. He will be missed and most certainly never forgotten. Although, we didn’t realize it at the time, those were “the good ‘ole days”.
Briana and Chad, your Dad and Mom were a special part of the “Bangor Mall Family”. We were bl
...essed to have called them our friends. We will be praying for you, in the days ahead, knowing the loss that you are feeling.Read more
Marcia Meagher
Feb 06, 2020
RIP Chuck.
Mary Shields
Jan 20, 2020
Many fond memories of Chuck, can’t believe he has passed on, cousin mary
Philip Shields
Jan 18, 2020
Cousin Chuck always so glad to meet up with him,shared some laughs and good times with the big guy...He was much loved by his family from the "county"..Chad,Briana my condolences on your loss.May he R I P now.
Mary Ellen Coombs
Jan 17, 2020
Charlie was a wonderful son in law , husband and father He is at peace we will all keep him in our hearts.. LOVE to Be in Chad Diana and family
Tammy Costain
Jan 17, 2020
Your dad was great to talk with. So many stories he shared with me. Definitely loved you Glad we had a chance in this life to meet. He won’t be forgotten in my book of life.
Mary Ray
Jan 17, 2020
Beautiful tribute Briana, ❤️ Hugs to you and Chad!
Linda (Shields) White
Jan 17, 2020
Chuckie was always welcomed by all of his family in Oakfield during our growing up years. So many fond memories and fun times at the home of our grandparents. 💖🙏
Love and prayers to his mom, children and all the family.
Sharon (Shields)Shaughnessy
Jan 17, 2020
So sorry for Chuckie's passing. We just got the news here in Oakfield. Have lots of memories of him when we were children. His Dad was my uncle and we were all so proud of him.
So sorry for your loss, life is just too short.
John McCleary Simpsonnville, SC
Jan 16, 2020
I also work along side Charlie when the Bangor Mall first open. He was a good friend to all. So sorry for the lose of your father, please accept my condolence.