Kenneth Walter Mann
Bucksport - Kenneth Walter Mann, 75 of Bucksport, passed away October 4 at home surrounded by loved ones. He was born January 25, 1944, to Walter A and Phyllis (Colby) Mann.
Kenneth grew up in Bucksport and attended school there. He worked at the Mill in Bucksport for over 30 years. He made many friends and memories while he worked there. He had been retired for almost 20 years.
During his retirement he traveled to Alaska and lived there for 8 years. He loved going hunting and fishing there. He moved back to Maine in 2012, where he loved spending time with family and friends at Reunion Point.
Kenneth was predeceased by his parents and a brother, Fredrick Mann.
He is survived by a son, Thomas Mann and wife Tammy, and a daughter, Jeanine Stewart and husband Tiger; his sister, Betty (Mann) Cunningham and husband, Monty; a brother, William Mann and wife, Virginia; he is also survived by his grandchildren, Jordin, Patrick, Dylan, Cassidy, Rylee and Karli; and great grandchildren, Nora and Elliana; his best friend and caretaker, Julie Allen. There were many other special people in his life who he regarded as family, too many to list.
A memorial graveside service will be held at Granite Cemetery, North Orland on Saturday, Oct 12 at 10 am. Peter Remick will be officiating. All are welcome to attend.
Published on October 6, 2019

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Sally Roi
Oct 07, 2019
So sorry to hear Jeanine. Sending much love and peace to you all
Buffy Ware
Oct 07, 2019
I am so sorry for your loss Tommy & Jeanine and your entire family. My thoughts and love are with you through this difficult time. Love and hugs.
Carol hann
Oct 07, 2019
I'm so sorry for your loss
Patti(Mann))Dunbar
Oct 07, 2019
Too young to share our lives ,our legacy is our children and our beautiful grandchildren. You are loved.
Ronald Geaumont
Oct 06, 2019
I can't say enough about my Mann heritage, the official start of the family reunion in 1993 was a true success with all the family that could show that year. I met family I might not have known of , and family that I heard of and hadn't met yet. Thank you to my mother Linda Mann Geaumont / Dickson for the nudge to go. I was very proud to be there for the next 20 years,no regrets except that I couldn't be there in certain times of our loss of family. Glad to be part of the Mann family and it's branches,that have sprouted under me. Love to my family ❤️