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OLD TOWN – Robert G. Doucette, 55, ex-husband and longtime friend of Elizabeth (St. Louis) Doucette, died Saturday, March 24, 2007, at his home after battling lung cancer. He was born Oct. 24, 1951, in Old Town, the son of the late Henry X. and Alice A. (Gilbert) Doucette. Robert was a lifelong resident of Old Town and a member of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, as well as an altar boy. Robert was a very hard worker and enjoyed his job working for Old Town Public Works, he lived for his job, fishing, hunting, helping people and the great outdoors. Surviving are one son, Robert G. Doucette Jr. of Lagrange; two grandchildren, Michael Allen Doucette and Justin Nite Doucette; two sisters, Therese and her husband, Dewey Ellingwood and Cecilia and her husband, Eugene Moores; one brother, Gerald “Jack” and his wife, Marie Doucette, all of Milford; six sisters-in-law, Linda Doucette of Bradley, Maxcine Doucette of Old Town, Shirley Doucette of Milford, Pat and her husband, Dan St. Louis, of Augusta, Julie and her husband, Jeffory St. Louis, of Hudson and Diane and her husband, Chuck Oakes, of Orrington; several nieces and nephews; a special nephew, Louie Doucette of Presque Isle; a few special friends, Roland, Jean and Reggie St. Louis, Cecilia and Ovide Bois, all of Old Town, the crew of Old Town Public Works, Old Town Public Library, the Sewage Treatment Plant, Old Town City Hall and the Old Town Police Department. Robert was predeceased by four brothers and one sister-in-law, Louis Doucette, Maurice and his wife, Alice Doucette, Wilfred and Edward Doucette. Robert’s wishes are for his family and friends and co-workers to remember him the last time they talked or worked together. There will be no services or inurnment; Robert says, “God bless and goodbye until we meet again.” Arrangements in the care of Birmingham Funeral Home, 438 Main St., Old Town. www.birminghamfuneralhome.com

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