Marc D. Calcia
Sorrento - On Thursday, October 3, 2019, Marc D. Calcia was tragically killed in a logging accident at the age of 53 years.
Marc was born on February 9, 1966 to David & Jeanne (Varney) Calcia and primarily raised in Princeton, Massachusetts.
Marc was above all else, loved. His efforts to connect, and maintain those connections, with people in and around his life, defined who he was, and what he was about. He was a military veteran and had a keen interest in the interpretation of law. His employment ventures were wide in scope and encompassed many areas of expertise. Much of his time was spent organizing life-skill activities with his children such as lobster fishing, maple harvesting, basic mechanical repair, hay baling, and good old-fashioned work ethic. Like his parents, he was a naturally talented artist, leaning toward sketch and watercolor pieces, among other mediums.
He was generous with his abilities, often helping others with no expectations in return. He prided himself on the premise that no toes go cold, and no stomach know hunger. Even if you were a friend that he had just made that day, you would be sure to have your fill at his dinner table.
A master-storyteller, he would weave larger than life tales that we all knew to be completely true and accurate accounts of his adventures. For a hard-working and busy man, he was never in short supply of time to sit with someone and exchange ideas, interests, and pleasantries. Marc was a very active member of Gun Owners of Maine (GOME). Marc was not only a brother in Arms and a Warrior at heart. He knew how to protect his family. The world has lost one of its most fascinating souls, and those who knew him best will treasure the memory of his time passing through. Some special people who will miss his folktales and antics are his mother-in-law Judy High of Sorrento, Billy Bob Faulkingham, Raymond Brouillette, Brian Drury, Dave Koziol, Tina Gott, Moe Marden, David & Terry McLaughlin, Derrick Wooster, Jackie Rogers and her children, and many others too numerous to mention.
On July 21, 2007 he married Pam (High) Calcia and resided lovingly with her at the time of his death. He was the father of 6 children: Angelina Calcia of Fairfield, ME, Christopher Calcia of Penobscot County, ME; Joshua (Calcia) Magaw of Dover, NH, Brandyn Calcia , Sagieo and Sophia Calcia of Sorrento, ME; He is also survived by his mother, Jeannne; 3 sisters Laura Williams, Kimberley Reding & Robyn Mullins, all of Princeton, MA and 1 brother James Calcia of Gardner, MA, ; one aunt: Peggy Charette of Holden, MA. Marc was a grandfather to 2 girls, and 5 boys (with a 6th grandson due in January), in addition to which, he had 14 nephews and 11 nieces. He is predeceased by his father, paternal grandparents Ernest & Ruth Calcia, and his maternal grandmother Eva Bennett, all of whom we pray he has joined in the peace of heaven.
A graveside service will be held 11:00 am, Sat., October 12, 2019 at Simpson Cemetery, Sullivan, ME. A reception will follow at the Sullivan Recreation Center.
Those who desire may make contributions in Marc's memory to a fund for his children's care and education, c/o Pamela Calcia, 84 Fuller Road, Sorrento, 04677.
Arrangements by Jordan- Fernald, 113 Franklin St., Ellsworth.
Condolences may be expressed at
jordanfernald.com
Published on October 9, 2019

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COOKI CHURCH
Oct 10, 2019
Love,hugs and prayers for all of the family.
Angelina Calcia
Oct 10, 2019
Dad, no words can be said hear that you don’t already know. May you rest at peace now because your work here on this earth is done.
Brian R. Drury
Oct 10, 2019
Here I am and there you are far off to that place far and beyond. What now I can no longer make a call. To catch up on your newest venture. For you could never be idle for to long. Two years younger than myself but a mentor to me in so many things you taught me while we pal'ed along. We sure did get our hand's into so many endeavors we went through. We made a great team when we shared our minds as two. Even though we tackled in different styles. We had a lot in common to achieve results we were working on. The memories are scattered throughout the years of every incident and times we shared. They say you can count your best of friends on one hand. Well you sometimes found yourself in the no ...1 fan. You would have to be as close as we were to understand. But no matter how or why space between us was there. We could come to meet to shake our hands. I'll always hold a place within my soul of how we came to know each other. And the all around friendship that has no end. So take the walk and enter the new place your beginning. Till we see one another again.Read more
Deborah Emerson
Oct 10, 2019
So sorry for this tragic lose of Marc. Hope you and kids heals from the lose. Gid will hold you in his hands for comfort.
Nancy Colwell
Oct 10, 2019
It was a pleasure to stand next to you to fight for our gun rights. Our community will always remember you and always be thankful for all that you are. Peace out brother.
Jacqueline Wangui
Oct 09, 2019
For all we're is dust in the wind,just a drop of water in an endless Sea only for a moment and the moment is gone before our eyes yet we refuse to see! Gone but never forgotten!Rest in Paradise my friend.
Sally Pratt
Oct 09, 2019
Pam & Family, We are Sending you Love & Prayers .. Marc's Love will Surely, Always Live on though You .. love Sally
Yours, T
Oct 09, 2019
If I can stop one heart from breaking,
I shall not live in vain;
If I can ease one life the aching,
Or cool one pain,
Or help one fainting robin
Unto his nest again,
I shall not live in vain.
Jackie rogers
Oct 09, 2019
Pam, Sage, and Sophia
I am sorry for the passing of Marc. I couldnt imagine the pain you all are going thru right now. I sure will miss stopping in front of the house for the the daily story, or him asking me whats for dinner or if im going to the store. Even just a simple hello. He sure will be pissed..
Bob Quiry
Oct 09, 2019
My heart goes out to you and your family
Rest in Pease
Cathy Ames
Oct 09, 2019
I am so sorry for your family's loss. I am keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.
Your Mother Jeannie Calcia
Oct 09, 2019
I have always respected your intelligence, and your creative problem-solving. Loved sharing our spontaneous conversations when you could steal time from your busy life to visit or call. We were politically opposed, but during our last chat, you were acquiescing a bit on my points and leaning slightly left. That could be wishful thinking, but the interpretation lies with me, now. Our conversations had such breadth of subject matter, and I would take such pleasure from hearing you describe the nuances of your everyday thoughts...you fascinsted, and entertained me with your chapters, turning the pages ever gently on the well-worn books of your life. You've left wit a huge piece of my heart, m...y dear son. I will always love you, and carry you with me.Read more
davida willette
Oct 09, 2019
so sorry for your loss thinking of marc the other day think of you and the kids the have grown so fast one thing to remember marc will always be in your heart tell the kids that sophia has the makings of be a good cheerlader anyway thinking of you all in your loss mark was a special guy
tina gott
Oct 09, 2019
I will miss our Saturday night dinner's and conversations which were on many topics. we may have had ups and downs but i surely will miss you. you were a one of a kind
Melissa Anthony
Oct 09, 2019
I pray God protect your family and with the healing from there loss of such a over all great peson
Joan Turnquist
Oct 09, 2019
Pam I was so sorry to hear about your husband. My heart goes out to you and your children. Remember we love you and will always think of him and the children stay in a heart.