Raymond  Mulherin
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Limestone - Raymond Mulherin, 85, passed away at Caribou Rehabilitation Center on Saturday, October 5, 2019. Ray was born in Limestone Siding, New Brunswick, Canada on December 10, 1933, the son of James and Victoria (McClure) Mulherin.
Ray attended John Caldwell School in Grand Falls, NB, Canada. In 1955, he moved to the U.S. and married Kathleen Lavoie on October 22, 1955. He was a communicant of St. Louis Catholic Church, Limestone and St. Joseph's, Hamlin. He spent many years working on local farms in Canada and in the packing/shipping operations for Beecher Brown in Limestone.
Ray was an avid golfer, bowler and sports enthusiast. He was especially fond of Yankees baseball, hockey, the Toronto Maple Leafs, WNBA basketball, UCONN Women's basketball, women's softball, beach volleyball, and soccer. For many years he attended baseball, softball and soccer games at LCS/MSSM and often travelled for teams' away games. In 2004, he was selected as Limestone Citizen of the year. He retired from civil service after 28 years as a carpenter with the 42nd Civil Engineering Squadron, Loring Air Force Base, ME.
He is survived by his loving wife of 63 years, Kathleen (Kay) of Limestone; three sons and their wives Alan (Roz Goodine), Crosslake Twp; Randy (Paula Fox), Limestone; Jon (Kathy Lagassey), Sadler, TX; a daughter and son in law, Sharon (Ron) Matlock, Caribou; a sister, Grace (Fred) Gage, Ft. Wayne, IN; twelve grandchildren, Ryan (Jen Bagby), Meagan, Lyndsey, Alyssa, and McKayla Mulherin; Vicki (Justin) Evens; Kylie (Mitch) Saucier; Chelsey (Scott) Yingling; Nicholas (Victoria Beedle) Matlock and Ashley Matlock; A.J. and Nicholas Hedrich; eight great-grandchildren, Abagayle Mulherin, Michael Tibbert, Jayna Evens, Peytyn and Channing Saucier; Sadie, Dinah, and June Yingling, and many nieces and nephews.
He was predeceased by his parents, and his in laws, Shanel and Lillian Lavoie; a son, Bryan and grand daughter Sarah; three brothers Ernest, Sam and Oscar; five sisters and their husbands, Eva (Peter) Pelosi, Irene (Beecher) Edgecomb, Rosie (Eusebe) Rossignol, Marie (Martin) Shaw, Pauline (Ross) Watts; a brother in law, Loomis Lavoie and his wife Shirley (Roy) Lavoie.
In keeping with his wishes there will be no calling hours or funeral. Private burial services will be held at a later date at St. Louis Cemetery. Memories and condolences may be shared with the family at
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Published on October 7, 2019

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Bob McCormack
Oct 13, 2019
Happy to have known such a special person. Rest In Peace.
Frank and Carol Bell
Oct 09, 2019
Alan; We are sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts in your time grief.
Beth Tilmont
Oct 08, 2019
I was so saddened to hear of Mr. Mulherin's passing. I know you all have wonderful memories(as do I)--let those memories help carry you through this difficult time. Please accept my deepest sympathy,
Beth
LHS Class of 78
Oct 08, 2019
sending our deepest sympathy

The Class of 78
Greg and Sandy Edgecomb
Oct 08, 2019
We are sorry to hear of Ray's passing. Ray was a wonderful person and every time we were in Maine and visited the Methodist Cemetery, we would never miss the opportunity to walk across the road and visit with Ray and Kathleen. We did not get to see Ray in July because they weren't home, but we will always have special memories of Ray! Hugs, Greg and Sandy
Clayton and Yvonne Sirois
Oct 08, 2019
Sorry for you lost. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and the family.
Diane Albert-Bass
Oct 08, 2019
He was an awesome man, loved seeing him/the family because he always seemed to have a smile on his face. He will be missed by many. May GOD greet him with open arms.
Patrick & Jean Marie St. Peter
Oct 07, 2019
Kay, Alan, Randy Jon, Sharon & families,
Our very deepest sympathies.