ALTON – Paul E. Cyr, 77, died Feb. 15, 2010, after a long illness. He was born April 30, 1932, the son of Arthur and Edna Cyr. Paul graduated from Old Town High School in 1950. He married Patricia Godfrey in 1953. They would have celebrated their 57th wedding anniversary this coming summer. He loved his camp at Schoodic Lake and he and Pat spent every summer there for 49 years. He loved flying his Super Cub airplane and served on the advisory board at Central Maine Flying Service, Old Town, for three years. He, his son, Paul and cousin, John Pelletier, were among the first to participate in the Kenduskeag Canoe Races and won first place twice in the father/son category. He was employed for H.E. Sargent for 27 years and was manager of White Sign while there. After retiring from there, he drove for Cyr Northstar Tours for 14 years. He and Patricia attended United Methodist Church of Old Town for more than 50 years. Paul is survived by his mother, Edna Cyr; wife, Patricia; daughters, Cheryl Kelly and Cynthia Cyr of Old Town; three sons, Paul and his wife, Marlene, of Dedham, Gary and his wife, Robin, of Old Town and David and his wife, Angela, of Milo; grandchildren, Chris Latno of Tennessee, Michele Latno of Old Town, Joshua Cyr of Dedham, Krystal Albert of Florida, Brandon Cyr of Dedham, Tyler and Bethany Cyr of Milo; great-grandchildren, Logan and Parker Latno of Tennessee, Shyanna and Brayden Albert of Florida and Kayley Latno of Old Town; sisters, Pauline Sullivan and husband, Ed, of Florida and Catherine Harris and Basil of Wiscasset; brother, Roger of Louisiana; several nieces and nephews; and special friends, Stewart and Judy, and Dolly and Barbara. Paul was predeceased by his father, Arthur; and sister, Caroline. At this time, the funeral services are still pending, and will be announced in the paper next week. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to St. Joseph Hospice, 900 Broadway, Building No. 2, Bangor, ME 04401. Condolences to the family may be expressed at www.birminghamfuneralhome.com. <>