ANITA TRAHAN-WHITEADDISON and ACTON – It is with heavy heart and great sadness that the family of Anita Trahan-White announces the passing of our mother, June 4, 2012. Our mom was born Jan. 11, 1939, in Jonesport, to Roland "Tommy" Beal and Charlene (Faulkingham) Beal.When Mom was in her teens, her parents moved to Killingly, Conn., with her and her siblings. It was in Killingly, Conn., that Mom met a handsome Navy man named Richard "Choo" Armand Trahan and they wed Aug. 8, 1958. Together, they purchased their first home on Bailey Hill Road, Killingly, Conn., and raised four children. Mom always wanted to return to her beloved Jonesport. So, when the children were grown and Daddy retired, they purchased a "little fixer upper" on the East Side Road, Addison, and sold their home in Connecticut, where Mom and Daddy spent their days turning their house into a home. Sadly, Daddy passed away suddenly Dec. 28, 1992, just one year after they had moved to Addison, and Mom was left on her own. A few years later, Mom caught the eye of a gentleman, who courted her for several years. In 2009, Mom and Roland were married and they spent four wonderful years together.Anita is survived by her second husband, Roland White; mother, Charlene Beal Wagner; son, Richard Trahan of Florida; daughters, Trenda Trahan-Kinney and spouse, Peter, and Faylene Trahan-Tiffany and spouse, Philip; and brother, Roland "Bo" Beal and spouse, Penny. She is also survived by her grandchildren, James Beaudoin, Richard Trahan Jr., Nicholas Trahan and spouse, Lauren, Mathew Kowalsky and spouse, Amanda, Crystal Kowalsky and fiance John Lude, Trina Tiffany-Chandler and spouse, Roy, and Tanya Tiffany; great-grandchildren, Megan Trahan, Genevive Trahan, Jennifer and Whitney Kowalsky, Dominick and Damien Jones, Adrian Tiffany, and unborn great-grandson due in July; stepchildren, Raymond White and spouse, Lisa, of Connecticut, Judy White of Florida, Randy White of Connecticut, Robin Seeley and spouse, Gene, of Connecticut, and Tina Shepard and spouse, Richard, of Connecticut; eight stepgrandchildren, 10 great-stepgrandchildren, many nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles. Mom also leaves behind a very special stepniece and stepnephew, Zina and Roger Lucas, who helped Mom and Roland greatly in times of need. Mom was predeceased, by her first husband, Richard Trahan; her father, Roland Beal; her brother, Hurley Beal; her older sister, Loretta; and her youngest son, Dale Robert Trahan.Mom’s wishes were to be laid to rest at Greenwood Cemetery, Jonesport, with her youngest boy, Dale Robert; her dad; and first husband, Richard. Friends and relatives are invited to join the family for a graveside service 1 p.m. Saturday, June 9, at Greenwood Cemetery. Arrangements are A.T. Hutchins, LLC Funeral and Cremation Services, Portland. To offer words of condolence and share memories with the family, please go to the obituaries section atwww.athutchins.com.