Vivian L. Guay

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Old Town - Vivian L. Guay, 92, died peacefully July 30, 2019, at an Orono health care facility. She was born November 9, 1926 in Bradley, a daughter of Ralph Sr. and Esther (Bouchard) Guay.
Vivian will be remembered for her feisty nature, her love for people and playing Bingo. She worked many years at the University Motor Inn and babysat in Old Town. She enjoyed visits to her sister in Rhode Island.
She is survived by five siblings Gloria Kennedy of RI, Shirley Morrison of Windham, Jean Scribner of Orono, Sonny Guay and his wife Donna of Old Orchard Beach, and Joan Hocking and her husband David of Eddington, many nieces and nephews and God Daughter Carla Kennedy. She was predeceased by her parents, brother Richard "Dick" Guay and nephew Mark Guay.
Friends may call 5-7PM Thursday, August 1, 2019, at the Birmingham Funeral Home 438 Main St. Old Town. A graveside service will be conducted 1P.M. Friday at St. Joseph Cemetery Old Town. A reception will follow at Birmingham Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the St. Jude's Children's hospital www.stjude.org
The family wishes to extend a heartfelt thank you to the staff at Orono Commons and Beacon Hospice for the wonderful care and compassion shown to Vivian.
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Madalyn
Aug 05, 2019
What a wonderful Auntie you are! For the one who never forgot us even though we lived so far away. I will always cherish our times together while you visited Rhode Island with us. You will surely be missed but so many of us, and the laughter you brought along the way! 💕💕💕
Carla Kennedy
Aug 01, 2019
Aunt Viv was always a treasure to my kids and I . It was always a special time when she came to stay with us. She was a lot of fun and her childlike innocence was what most of us loved most about her. As Sam put it, “if there ever was someone who deserved a golden ticket through the Pearly Gates, it was Viv”. We will miss her so much, but knowing that she is in the cradle of heaven, with loved ones who went before her, makes up for our sadness. Love to all, Carla
Sandra Lee Horn, Tulsa, OK
Aug 01, 2019
I remember Vivian well. Such a sweet lady. May she Rest In Peace. Condolences to her family ..
Lawrence Hutchinson
Aug 01, 2019
So sorry for your loss. She had a long and beautiful life. Have been sitting here thinking of the 4th Street memories. Love and Peace to you all
Winston & Nancylee Mahan
Aug 01, 2019
Sincere condolences to all the family. Always enjoyed talking with her at the Bingo games and the weekly rosary and communion. May she rest in peace.
Kimberly Buck
Jul 31, 2019
Oh Viv, How I will cherish all the memories that we have made. You was a great aunt to me . You babysat my children as well as many, many other children around the Old Town area. You were the number one babysitter to ask for!! My children always enjoyed your pasta with just salt and pepper and butter. My gosh they loved that!! To many wonderful memories to recount. And I know you didn't even care how much you got paid, you just loved doing it!!! You will always and forever be my Auntie Viv. You will be truly missed by your whole huge family! Rest in peace now. Love you forever my dear Aunt Viv. Your niece Kim