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  • Mabelle A. Sykes, of Newcastle, died peacefully the morning of May 9 at Winship Green in Bath.

  • Annette Marjorie Hollister, 98, passed away peacefully at St. Andrews Village in Boothbay Harbor, on May 13. Roetting.
  • Sara A. Wallace, of Friendship, died on Dec. 17, after a short illness surrounded by her family. She was born in Waldoboro, on July 25, 1926 the daughter of Thomas Cunliffe Ashworth and Mildred Iva Richardson. She attended local schools and
  • Constance Louise Day, 62, of Waldoboro, died Dec. 31 at Miles Memorial Hospital, Damariscotta. She was born May 1, 1945 in Waldoboro, a daughter of the late Clinton L. and Marjorie E. (Hilton) Jones. She attended school in Waldoboro and earned
  • David P. Gagnon, 37, of Bristol, passed away Jan. 8 at his home. Born March 5, 1970, in Manchester, N.H., he was the son of Kathy (Mitchell) Farrell and Richard Farrell. David grew up in Manchester, N.H. where he attended schools. For several y
  • Neil T. Ross, 60, of Kennebunkport, passed away peacefully at his residence with his loving wife Vickie and family members at his side. He was born Aug. 5, 1947, in Damariscotta to Marcia (Angell) and Theodore B. Ross. He was a veteran of the V
  • Priscilla Poland, celebration of life 5 p.m., Sun., March 19 at VFW, Waldoboro.
  • On Aug. 13, Charlotte Ritter, 86, a resident of Camden for 20 years, died at Shore Village Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Rockland, with great dignity and grace after a relatively short illness. Many people throughout Maine knew and loved Char
  • A graveside service will be held for Jerry Lindsey 10 a.m., Sat., April 29 at the Pineville Cemetery, South Orrington. Funeral services conducted by Rev. Richard Noya of the United Methodist Church. Family and friends will gather at the home of Caro
  • A memorial service is scheduled for Elizabeth (Betty) Dorr Welch at the Edgecomb Congregational Church 10 a.m., Mon., June 19, with lunch to follow.
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