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Kyle B. ‘Flintstone’ Flint

MARS HILL – Kyle B. “Flintstone” Flint, 48, passed away unexpectedly Jan. 22, 2014. Kyle, the son Robert Flint Jr. and Irene (Condon) Flint, was born March 9, 1965, in Fort Kent.
Kyle will be remembered as a person willing to help anyone and everyone who needed it. Everyone was his “Neighbor.” Kyle was a very hard worker, who always took pride in his work, everything from working in the woods with his family, to being at home in his shop. Kyle always had several projects he was tinkering on, and was well known for being able to fix anything, and make anything he could imagine.
Besides his parents, Kyle is survived by his wife, Jonna (Brown) Flint; daughters, Angel King and husband, Loren, of Mars Hill, and Alicia Levesque and husband, Adam, of Windham; son, Kaelin Rideout of Jersey City, N.J.; beloved grandaughters, Layla King of Mars Hill and Violet Levesque of Windham; mother-in-law, Bea Brown of Mars Hill; grandmother, Glena (Clark) Condon of Portage Lake; brothers, Karry Flint of Portage Lake, and Mark Flint of Nashville Plantation; sister, Roberta Belanger and husband, Paul, of Portage Lake; brother-in-law, Tim Shorey and his wife, Ruby, of North Pole, Alaska; sisters-in-law, Shari Cowett and husband, Dana, of Westfield, Terri Svendsen and husband, Russell, of Fairbanks, Alaska, and Tammie Brown and husband, Lewis Hartsgrove, of Fairbanks, Alaska; as well as many many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. He is also survived by two special loving dogs, Suzy and Nikki, and many many close friends.
A Celebration of Life will take place in the spring following committal services, and will be announced later. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to Central Aroostook Humane Society, 26 Cross St., Presque Isle, ME 04769. Online condolences may be expressed at

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