Thomas B. Prusaitis
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Brewer - Thomas B. Prusaitis, 91, passed away February 9, 2020. He was born November 27, 1928, in Bangor, the son of Thomas and Veronica (Budweitis) Prusaitis.
Thomas graduated from Bangor High School. He went on to work for AJ Tucker Shoe Company, and MD
Hardy Construction. He married Joyce White in 1955, and recently celebrated 64 years of marriage. Thomas enjoyed spending time at his camp at Pleasant River Lake.
He is survived by his wife, Joyce; son, Thomas J., and his wife, Amy; daughter, Teri Foster; grandchildren, Tony Foster and his wife, Kim, and their son, Ethan, Kim Foster and partner, Ben Rainville, Asiah Hinckley and her fiance, Derek Phair, Aaron Prusaitis and his partner, Jenna Adams, and Andy Prusaitis; as well as many nieces and nephews.
In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his newborn twins, Kimberly Ann, and Thomas
Anthony; two sisters, Eleanor Scribner, and Flo Constantine Wood.
The family would like to thank Nurses and Staff at Bangor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center for the excellent care they provided.
Services will be private for family. Those who wish to remember Thomas in a special way may make gifts in his memory to a charity of their choice. Condolences to the family may be expressed at
Published on February 10, 2020


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Liz Adams
Feb 15, 2020
Teri and family, my condolences on your dad's passing. It's been a long road and I hope you all find peace.
Denise Memmelaar
Feb 14, 2020
My condolences to the family... I have so many memories of Tom and the family. My teenage years were spent at the house with Teri and family and it was my second home.
David Blake
Feb 13, 2020
My Sincere Condolences to the Pursuits Family! Tom Was Great man! he will be surely missed by all that knew him! R.I.P Tom! god bless you all.
Tom Scribner
Feb 13, 2020
To Tom, Teri and Joyce... Uncle Tom never said an unkind word to me and I was always glad to have a chance to talk with him. Aunt Joyce I'm sorry for your loss and thank you for your always present smile and upbeat attitude. I will always remember those early years with your family along the river and the holiday dinners on Getchel St. petting the deer heads in the dining room. The family tradition of hunting at a time when it mattered in it's purest form. Glad someone is still holding down the area of family roots. My condolences on Uncle Tom passing and my thoughts are with your family. Best wishes. Tom Scribner
Evelyn Foster
Feb 13, 2020
Dear Mrs. Prusaitis, Teri, Tony, Kim and family. So sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. God Bless! Evelyn