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RAYMOND M. GOODIN

OLD TOWN – A Celebration of Life for Raymond M. Goodin will be conducted 4 p.m. Saturday, April 10, 2004, at the Birmingham Funeral Home, 438 Main St., Old Town, where friends and family may call 2 p.m. until time of service. Committal will be held at Lawndale Cemetery at a later date. www.dignitymemorial.com

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HAROLD C. FLINT

MONSON – Harold C. Flint, 68, died April 9, 2004, at a Greenville hos-pital. He was born Aug. 1, 1935, at Elliotsville, a son of Franklin and Audrey (Davis) Flint. Harold was a U.S. Army veteran. He was employed at Scott Paper for 22 years and then for Haley Construction for eight years. Harold was […]

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HELEN M. CARSON

BANGOR – Helen Mary Carson, 96, died April 8, 2004, in Bangor with dignity and grace. She was born Jan. 13, 1908, in Bangor, the daughter of William G. and Mary A. (Stone) Carson. Miss Carson was a member of St. John’s Episcopal Church and a member of the Maine Retired Teacher’s Association. She taught […]

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HERIBERT A. GOUDREAU SR.

UNION – Heribert A. Goudreau Sr., 84, peacefully joined the Lord Thursday, April 8, 2004, at a local hospital. Heribert was born March 25, 1920, in Wotton, Quebec, Canada, the son of Joseph and Ophelia Goudreau. Heribert is survived by his wife, Louise Goudreau; four sons, Gerald, Daniel, Heribert Jr. and Joseph; six daughters, Lise, […]

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JOHN R. MCNALLY

BRADFORD – John R. McNally, 42, the husband of Veronica (Lord) McNally, died April 7, 2004, at a Bangor hospital after a long illness. He was born Aug. 20, 1961, in Haverhill, Mass., the son of Ralph and Dorothy (Arnold) McNally. He was an army veteran of the first Gulf War and had worked as […]

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LEONARD R. NOYES

ORONO and BANGOR – A funeral service for Leonard Raymond Noyes will be held 12 noon Saturday, April 10, at the First United Methodist Church, Bangor, with the Rev. Dr. Randall C. Chretien, pastor, officiating. Leonard’s final resting place will be in Rocket Cove, Jackman. A service of Brookings-Smith, 133 Center St., Bangor.

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H. MILTON THORNTON

CALAIS – Herman (Milton) Thornton, 83, died April 8, 2004, at a Calais hospital. He was born Dec. 13, 1920, in Scotch Ridge, New Brunswick, Canada, the son of Herman and Mary (McLeod) Thornton. He was a World War II Royal Canadian Air Force Veteran. Milton attended St. Anne’s Episcopal Church in Calais. He was […]

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HELEN JACQUES

In Loving Memory HELEN (DICHARD) JACQUES Jan. 28, 1929- April 10, 2002 We loved you when you were with us and we remember how much you loved us when you were with us. Loving husband, Oliva, Cathy, Margaret, Tommy, Dottie, David, Chris.

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ANGEL LADD

In Loving Memory Of ANGEL PATRICIA LADD Sept. 7, 1981 – April 10, 2003 Our Precious angel, it is hard to believe one year has passed. We miss you all the more. The emptiness in our hearts will never leave. Your family loves and misses you everyday. “The will to survive is like the final […]

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ETHEL BURNS

In Loving Memory Of ETHEL (toots) BURNS Oct. 31, 1911 – Apr. 10, 2003 Because you are so dear to us your memory will live on, Just as the fragrance of a rose sill lingers when it’s gone. The beauty that was yours alone in thought is with us still, and in the hearts that […]

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FLOYD BROWN

In Loving Memory Of FLOYD RICK BROWN Jan. 29, 1932 – Apr. 11, 2003 Dad and Grampie, we love you and miss you. We trust you are enjoying your heavenly home and we know we will see you soon. Love Greg, Kim, Jasmine, Kennedy, Ryker

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GARY LEIGHTON

In Loving Memory Of GARY K. LEIGHTON June 5, 1955 – April 10, 1998 You were a wonderful man. You had a generous heart, a tender touch and a gentle soul. You were the best dad. You taught us so much. We long for one last good-bye, one last touch, and one last “I love […]

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MARK REYNOLDS

In Loving Memory Of MARK D. REYNOLDS JR. Jan. 5, 1986 – April 13, 2002 Many people say time heals the pain. But it’s been two years, two years to the day. The pain feels so close, like it was yesterday. You are very loved and sadly missed. Love, Daddy, Cindy, Erika and Nash

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MARY JO SEKERA

In Loving Memory Of MARY JO (KELLY) SEKERA Sept. 1, 1955 – April 10, 2003 “A sadness still comes over us, tears in silence often flow, memory keeps you ever near us, though you died one year ago”. Love and missed by, Cindy, Bob, Josh, and Lauren

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PATRICIA BURNS

In Loving Memory Of PATRICIA ‘PAT’ BURNS March 5, 1935 – April 10, 2003 A year ago today you left your earthly body to join the angels in Heaven. We know how you were suffering and that it was time to go. It doesn’t make it any easier for those of us left behind. How […]

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STEPHEN GOMM

In Loving Memory Of STEPHEN E. GOMM April 10, 1984 – Dec. 12, 2002 Stephen, today is your birthday and my heart is saddened that you are not here to celebrate your 20th. It hurts even more that you are not here to follow your dreams and be the man we know you would have […]

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JANE L. EATON

EXETER – Jane L. Eaton, 76, beloved wife of Linwood N. Eaton, died unexpectedly April 9, 2004, at her residence, surrounded by her family. She was born June 12, 1927, at Exeter, a daughter of Preston and Margaret (Brawn) Lougee. She graduated from East Corinth Academy in 1945. On Sept. 12 of that same year, […]

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FRED R. DINGLEY

LEE – Fred Raymond Dingley, 95, died April 9, 2004, at a Lincoln hospital. He was born Aug. 19, 1908, in South Portland, the son of Albert Smith Dingley and Alice May (Raymond) Dingley, both formerly of Richmond and Bowdoinham. Fred attended South Portland schools, graduating from South Portland High School in 1926 and received […]

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ORENA B. GAGNON

BATH and VAN BUREN Orena B. Gagnon, 83, died April 10, 2004, at a Bath nursing home. She was born Sept., 24, 1920, in Lille, the daughter of Eddie and Alice (Clavette) Gendreau. Orena was self-employed as a home products and jewelry demonstrator for many years. She is survived by two daughters, Sharon Cook and […]