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Robert Hall Baird, Sr.
Robert Hall Baird Sr. passed away and went to be with the Lord on December 31,2022. With family by his side at Lincoln Health Hospital in Damariscotta, Maine after a brief illness at the age of 96 years old. Born on April 14th, 1926, in Edgecomb, Maine to the parents of Frank and Ellen Baird.
He grew up in Sheepscot/Newcastle, Maine. He served in the Merchant Marines at the end of World War Two and saw some of the world. He then met Louise M. Baird and married her on November 3rd, 1948. Together they built a home and resided in Alna, Maine and they had four children, Janice, Robert Hall Jr. “Bobby,” Carol and John.
Bob was a very diligent worker. While his children were growing up, he worked on the home farm raising cows. He worked at many places over the years, such as Granite paving, Dragon Cement, Wiscasset Fuel then was Gibbons. Bob also worked for Dead River for many years, then worked for Sears. He also worked for Crooker and Sons for many years also. He worked until he could not work no more.
He was a very religious Christian man, believed in God above all else. Always went to church on Sundays and was close with Pastor Sewall Pearson and family who was a big part of the Baird family household.
He enjoyed nature, going fishing and hunting with his son John. Bob enjoyed going up north with his family time to time to moose watch.
He liked being daring and going on roads that were not too safe, couldn’t tell him otherwise. Bob loved his family very much and would not do for his family and friends. He was quite the “true Mainer.”
Robert is predeceased by his by his wife, Louise M. Baird, his daughter Janice Baird, his son Robert Baird Jr, and brothers Frank Jr. and Edwin “Eddie” Baird, his sister Ruth Baird Curtis.
Robert is survived by his daughter Carol Small and her husband Alan Small of Alna, son John Baird of Alna, grandchildren Kimberly Dubord and husband Michael Dubord of Nobleboro, Melissa Small and Rich Russomano of Augusta, great-grandchildren Dalton and Carter Taylor of Nobleboro, Isabella Russomano of Augusta. Also, his sisters Inez Parsons of Rochester, NH and Judy Greenleaf of Millinocket, Maine. Robert has many nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews.
Funeral Arrangements are being entrusted with Kincer Funeral Home and funeral to be held in the spring will be announced later for a date.
Saramae Evelyn Edgerly
Whitefield- Saramae Evelyn Edgerly, 80, of Whitefield, passed away peacefully at Miles Memorial Hospital in Damariscotta on Friday, December 30, 2022.
Saramae was born in New Britain, CT on July 29, 1942, to Richard A. and Ida Mae (Wright) Pipkin.
She was a past member of the Grange in Southington, CT, and a long-time member to TOPS in Alna. She really enjoyed Crocheting, embroidery, spending time with her many nieces and nephews, her dog and children.
Saramae was predeceased by her husband Jason Edgerly, her parents, and two of her nephews.
She is survived by her sister Linda lank and her husband Keith of Bristol, CT, her sister Donna Wallace of Alna, her sister Gail Thayer of Whitefield, 10 nieces and nephews, 25 great nieces and nephews, several great-great nieces and nephews, and several family members of her deceased husband’s extended family.
There will be a memorial service for Saramae at 1pm on Saturday, January 7, 2023, at the Wiscasset Church of the Nazarene, 255 Gardiner Rd., Wiscasset, ME 04578.
Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home, 130 Pleasant St., Richmond, ME 04357
Beulah Margaret Grady Madden
Beulah Margaret Grady Madden was born in a farmhouse in Jefferson to John and Albertine Bouffard Grady on Sunday April 28, 1935, the last of 10 children and the fifth daughter. Beulah passed December 23, 2022. At 20 she married Ed Madden and together raised four children. She was a homemaker and held various retail positions. Beulah was a member of Rebekah Lodge and Red Hats.
Beulah was predeceased by her husband of 53 yrs, an infant son Arthur Edward Madden III and grandson John Scott Dawson. She is survived by Catherine Webb (Donnie), Marilyn (Jody) Hinkley, Brenda Madden (John Cates), Michael Madden (Tammy). 7 grandchildren, Katie Clark, Jennifer Kruk, Jessica Farnham, Mark S Hinkley, Eric Hinkley, Andrea Madden, Margaret Madden as well as 12 great-grandchildren and several nieces nephews and cousins and friend Bruce Ellis.
Visitation will be at Kincer Funeral Home in Richmond January 6 from 4-7. Mass will be held January 7 at 11:00 at Saint Ambrose Church 29 Kimball St in Richmond with a gathering to be held at Enterprise Grange Hall Richmond Alexander/Reed Rd.
In lieu of flowers donations in Beulah's name to St Judes Childrens Hospital. The Mass will be on Facebook livestream.
Memories From Mom
Beulah went to a one room school house at the end of the dirt road. Sometimes her brother would pull her on a sled to school in the winter. From there she went to the village school in Jefferson and on to Gardiner High. At 20 yrs old she married Ed Madden and together raised 4 children. She was a homemaker and their yard was always full of the neighborhood kids who were always welcome.
When her youngest was in Jr. High she went to work at the school, leaving because they had a home in Port Charlotte Fl where they spent 4 or 5 months. In the summer everyone went to camp at Sand Pond Litchfield where every Sunday was water skiing all day with a big lunch from the grill with thier 4 children and many of their friends.
It was really cold outside and the snow was deep. I remember crying to go out with my brothers and sister to play but my mother said "no you're too little you might get lost in a drift. That was probably true but I also probably didn't have any warm clothes or boots to wear out in such weather. I remember hiding inside my fathers sheepskin lined coat with him. He'd button me right inside with him and I was sure no-one could see me. Maybe they couldn't, I was pretty small. My mom would pretend to look for me and finally find me all squirrely and happy. My dad would be cold and
smell of newly cut wood and pitch. I still love that smell.
Recently Madison asked her Nannie Great if she had any life advice and without hesitation she replied "Just be yourself" as she patted Maddie's hand.
Great advise from a woman who lived and left her way.
A graveside service will take place on April 28, 2023 at 1 pm at Shepherd Cemetery, Jefferson, Me.
Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home, 130 Pleasant St., Richmond, ME 04357.
Lisbon- Ray Estabrook, 93, of Lisbon, who was born on September 1, 1929, died on November 08, 2022.
Ray lived here on earth to the fullest. He loved to read Zane Gray’s stories. As a young man he drove a milk truck, trailer truck for Gardiner Paper, and was in the National Guard, based in Brunswick, during the Korean Conflict.
He was a mechanic at many dealerships from Yarmouth to the Augusta areas; he was the service manager at most of them. He built a self-designed 27’ sportfishing boat that he enjoyed tuna fishing from for many years. He owned a plumbing and heating business and then a water pump business, as well as a drilling business for many years. Ray was a teacher to many and a mentor to a lucky few.
Ray was predeceased by his first wife Joyce Frank of Bowdoinham, second wife of 55years Betty Appleby of West Paris, and a daughter Penny Morgan of Colorado.
He is survived by his sons Wayne and his wife of Bowdoinham, Perry and his wife of West Bath, 5 grandchildren, 6 great-grandchildren, and one great great-grandchild.
There will be a Celebration of Ray’s life scheduled in the Spring.
Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home, 130 Pleasant St., Richmond, ME 04357.
Mark A. Pearson
Mark A Pearson 54 of Richmond, Maine passed away suddenly on Monday the 12th of December 2022. Mark will always be remembered as a kind-hearted Christian man who loved God, a devout, loving father, a beloved, compassionate husband, a caring brother, a fun, kind uncle Bumpa, and loyal friend.
Mark held a bachelor's degree in business and was employed at BIW/GD for over 36 years. The last 17 of those years as a supervisor then coordinator. Mark followed in his father's and older brother, Tim's footsteps of working at BIW for many years.
Mark served on the town of Richmond's Budget Committee, served on the Richmond/RSU 2 School Board, and was a dedicated member of the Republican Party Committee. Mark volunteered at the Chocolate Church Art Center, was a volunteer coach for his kid's sports teams, and was quick to volunteer and support his town and the church whenever needed.
Mark enjoyed going to the movies, attending our kid's games and the BB playoffs every February at the civic center. Every year He looked forward to his annual fishing and hunting trips at North Camps in Rangeley. He went with his brothers and friends for over 27 years.
Mark also enjoyed going way up to northern Maine to go moose hunting with his brother Tim and their buddies. They were often successful in getting a moose!
Mark was a very involved father who was always there to support his children with all their sports activities, school functions, hobbies, and fun adventures.
No matter how busy he was, his family was always his first priority. He also had a tight bond and an amazing connection with his identical twin brother; John. They have been each other's best friend and confidant from the womb. Mark is sorely missed by his wife, his children, family, and friends.
Mark was preceded by his father; Sewall Pearson, his mother: Ramona Pearson, his brother: "Slugger" -Sewall Pearson Jr, his brother; Brian Pearson, his sister- in-law; Kelly Pearson, his sister-in-law; Stephanie Pearson, as well as several aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Mark is survived by his wife; Dorothea E. Pearson, their children; Keith A. Pearson, Alyssa A. Pearson, Christopher S.D. Pearson. His brothers; James Pearson, Micheal Pearson and his wife Jackie; Timothy Pearson and his wife Sonia; his twin brother John Pearson and his wife Angie. His cousin Leroy Pearson who was more like a brother. His many Aunts, Uncles, and cousins. As well as the many of our children's friends that he treated as his own children.
A celebration of Mark's life will be held this Saturday December 17th at 1:00PM at the Open Door Bible Baptist Church, located at 26 Gartley Street in Lisbon, Maine. All are welcome to join us in remembering and honoring Mark A Pearson's life. The memorial will be live streamed on Facebook and YouTube.
Lawrence I Finley
Windsor-Lawrence I. Finley passed away peacefully at his home on December 11, 2022 at the age of 62.
Larry was a self employed farmer and Co-owner of Windsor Vault Company for 40 years. He was a friend to all who knew him. He loved to ride around and visit friends. He enjoyed riding his motorcycle and mostly spending time with his grandchildren.
He is predeceased by his parents Frank and Joanne Finley, Son Travis Finley, and grandson Liam Finley.
He is survived by his significant other Holly Lasselle, Son Justin Finley and wife Jessica, Brothers Dan Finley(Karen) and John Finley (Julie) and Sister Sally Gower (Bud). Grandchildren , Kaden, Lukas, Lilianna and Leah Finley.
The family would like to thank his Doctors ,nurses, and hospice for their support and care during this difficult time.
A graveside service will be held on Wednesday, December 14th at the Finley Family cemetery on the Choate Road in Windsor at 1 pm.
A reception will be held at the Finley Family farm immediately afterwards.
Brian A. Trask
Randolph-Brian A. Trask went home to be with the Lord on Nov. 29, 2022, at 79 years
He was born on Dec. 18, 1942, in Gardiner, Maine to parents Reginald
B. Trask and Dorothy E. Trask. He was the youngest of three children.
Brian graduated from high school, attended college, served in the US Army
during the Vietnam era and was stationed in Germany. He joined the seminary
for a time, however his life had a different calling. He had an adventurous
life and loved to travel; visiting many different countries throughout his
life. Brian had a natural talent for being able to capture people's
attention and made even the most mundane events into a fascinating story
with a witty twist of humor. He was an avid outdoorsman and loved to fish
and hunt in The Forks. He was especially keen on Lake Moxie and Knights
Pond where he visited often as a child. He felt the most peace at the
family camp he built on Moxie Lake. Brain was a selfless person who was
always there for anyone in need.
Brain is survived by his two children, Joshua Trask and Lauren Swindells of
West Gardiner, his four grandchildren, Kaylin Stade of Pittston, Ryann
Trask of Edgecomb, Alexis Trask of Winslow & Davyn Swindells of West
Gardiner. He was very excited to become a great-grandfather of a baby girl
in May 2023 and wife, Sherry Trask of five years. He was predeceased by his
parents; his brothers, David Trask and Paul Trask. There will be no
A graveside service of Christian burial and a
celebration of life is planned for the spring.
George C. Lazaros
Auburn, ME - George C. Lazaros, 85, formerly of Holden, Massachusetts, passed away peacefully on November 29, 2022 at the Hospice House in Auburn, ME.
George was born on Oct. 9,1937 in Worcester, MA the son of Greek immigrants Charles and Effie Lazaros (Litsas).
George was predeceased by his loving wife and mother to his children Joan A. Lazaros. He is survived by his children, Steven Lazaros of Oquossoc, ME, Karen Johnson of Canyon Lake, CA, Kevin Lazaros and daughter In-law Nicki Lazaros of Rutland, MA, and his 5 Grandchildren Kaitlyn, Laine, Sydney, Teagan and Abi, whom he adored endlessly.
George spent his career educating children in the Westboro school system as a math teacher, assistant Principal and football coach at Westboro High School.
George proudly served his country in the National Guard where he was medaled for his sharpshooting skills. He was a longtime member of the Moose Lodge and always sought out a new location during his extensive travels
George loved spending his years on Cape Cod where he enjoyed the bounties of the Race Point National Seashore which often included fishing, digging clams or lobstering. When he wasn’t busy with his friends you would typically find him sitting in his beach chair all day enjoying his favorite beverage, soaking up the sun with his companion Jerri Mitchener. When he wasn’t on the beach he’d often be relaxing with the “courtyard” crew in Truro, MA, where he was most affectionally referred to as the Mayor, or possibly at Georges Pizza in Provincetown people watching or taking in the annual P-Town parade.
A graveside service will be held at Worcester County Memorial Park Paxton, MA., at 12 Noon on Monday, December 19, 2022. A celebration of life will follow.
In Lieu of Flowers, donations can be made to the Truro Public Library, Truro, MA, in memory of George and Joan Lazaros.
Eleanor Ida Greenleaf
Eleanor Ida Greenleaf
1937 - 2022
West Gardiner – Eleanor Ida Greenleaf (Millay) passed away peacefully Thanksgiving morning November 24, 2022 at home, surrounded by family.
She was born in Gardiner on 12/30/1937 and raised in Litchfield with her two sisters above their family store at Litchfield Corners. Ida’s musical talents included playing violin and piano.
Ida played basketball and graduated from Litchfield Academy, where she met the love of her life David Greenleaf who also recently passed after 67 years of marriage. Ida enjoyed going on dates with David to Luigi’s pizza in Lewiston, motorcycling, dancing, gardening, quilting, snowmobiling, and time spent camping with dear friends and family.
Ida’s greatest joy was being a mother to her four beautiful children and a “Mimi” to her 10 grandchildren and anyone else lucky enough to be a part of her life. She loved hosting large gatherings at Thanksgiving and Christmas time where the pies were never ending and the presents were overflowing. Ida’s love for family and festivities were evident in her “year-round” Christmas trees that donned everything from Easter Eggs to tiny teacups.
David and Ida’s camp in Manchester was a special place for “Mimi”. She loved having her grandchildren in the bunkhouse, swims in the pond, flowers down the embankment, and food on the picnic table.
Ida worked at the Augusta YMCA before taking a position with Bath Iron Works. She retired in her early fifties when she became a full time “Mimi” to her grandchildren.
Ida is pre-deceased by her beloved husband David Greenleaf, her parents Eleanor Gertrude Millay and Ernest James Millay, her step-father Basil (Mac) Akerley, and sister Evelyn Joyce Heussler and husband George.
She is survived by sister Mary Lane and husband Paul of Litchfield, son David Greenleaf and wife Christine of West Gardiner, daughter Linda Hanson and husband David of Pittston, daughter Patricia Greenleaf of Dexter, and daughter Kathy Lawson and husband Brian of West Gardiner. She is also survived by 10 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren, and 1 great-great grandchild, and many nieces and newphews, all of whom will forevermore love and cherish their “Mimi and Papa”.
Per Ida’s request, there will be no services. A celebration of life for both David and Ida will be held both this winter and in the summer for family.
David L. Everson
David Lee Everson
DRESDEN - David L. Everson, 73. passed away peacefully on November
21, 2022, at Central Maine Medical Center after a short period of
David was born August 10, 1949, to Merton H. Everson & Barbara S.
(Trussell Everson, of Dresden. He attended local schools, until the
closure of Bridge Academy, at which time, students were sent to
Wiscasset High School, where he graduated in 1969. He then went into
the Army, where he spent the next two years, part of which was in
Germany. He received an Honorable Discharge in 1971, then went to
work for the Maine State Department of Transportation, spending the
next 29+ years before retiring in 1995. Later, he was employed by LL
Bean, and the Town of Dresden's Transfer Station. For most of his adult
life, David was a member of the Dresden Fire Department, helping
wherever he was needed. He enjoyed watching NASCAR races, and
occasionally, was a spectator at the Wiscasset speedway. He also
enjoyed jigsaw puzzles, putting model cars together, watching the
Boston Red Socks, and helping family whenever he could, and attending
family events. Although David was a man of few words, and often spent
his time alone, he did enjoy hanging out with friends at the Dresden
Takeout for breakfast, lunch, and sometimes dinner as well. You could
count on him being there at least once every day. If he didn't show up
for a couple of days, someone would certainly call and check on him.
David will certainly be missed by family and friends.
David is predeceased by his parents. He leaves behind his sister, Shirley
(Everson) Storkson and husband David Sr., Dresden, three aunts,
Eleanor L. Everson, Doris Swasey, and Clarice Taylor, all of Dresden, one
uncle, Roger W. Trussell, Haines City. Fl., nieces Lisa Heil (Jim) of
Augusta, and Laurie Geroux of Chelsea, and nephew David Storkson, Jr.
(Heidi) of Pittston. along with several cousins.
At David's request, there will be no public visitation or service.
David will be laid to rest in the family plot at Forest Hill Cemetery at a later
Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home, Richmond.
Donations in David's memory may be made to the Dresden Fire
Department, in care of Dresden Town Office, 534 Gardiner Rd., Dresden,
Helen F. Read
Helen F. Read
Helen 89 went to be with the lord on November 27, 2022 unexpectedly.
Helen was born in Richmond October 13, 1933, to Minnie Black Gray and Reginald
She married James W. Read on June 3, 1951, together they had 4 children,
Reginald, Linda, Jay, and Jamie, they stayed married 64 years until Jimmy's death
in 2014. She resided in Bowdoinham most of her life then moved to Phippsburg to
live with her son Reggie and wife Gail.
Mom was a very giving and generous person. She knitted all sorts of things from
clothing to toys to give away, she made dishcloths and hanging dishtowels for the
veterans for Christmas every year, and she put together many care kits for
disaster relief for the Nazarene Church in Richmond.
Helen was a lifetime member of the Merrymeeting Grange in Bowdoinham. She
was also longtime member of the Richmond Post 132 Auxiliary. She really
enjoyed playing cards and attending the Golden Oldies Senior center in Richmond
and going to lunches in Bowdoinham, she liked calling Bingo and playing several
cards for herself.
The big thing Mom enjoyed and commented on was her many rides with Dad and
family, they even drove across the United States camping and visiting a lot of
state parks with their children, they also drove to many states to visit family. She
really enjoyed reading and writing down all the books she read, going shopping
for deals, and growing houseplants.
She was predeceased by her parents, her husband, her grandson Jason Belanger,
also two brothers Harvey and Lloyd Gray.
Helen is survived by son Reginald and wife Gail of Phippsburg, daughter Jamie
Read of Phippsburg, son Jay Read of Delaware, and Linda England of Bowdoin.
Sister Barbara White of Lisbon, 8 grandchildren, 10 great-children, and 2 great-
great grandchildren many nieces and nephews, and her best friend Sarah
There will be a celebration of life and a committal in the spring.
If you would like to make a donation in her memory it can be made to Church of
the Nazarene 91 Alexander Reed Rd Richmond, Me 04357 or the Phippsburg
Sportsmen's Assn PO Box 298 Phippsburg, Me. 04562
A celebration of life will take place on May 7th at 1pm at the Old Bowdoinham Grange, Main St. Bowdoinham.
James A. Robinson
Bath- On November 17, 2022 James A. Robinson, a beloved husband and father, passed away. He was eighty two. Born to Tessie and Linton Robinson, Jim graduated from Morse High and enlisted in the Air Force. He returned a year after graduating to marry his high school sweetheart, Marjorie L. York, they were married for nearly 62 years. Jim returned to Bath after his military service to raise his family and worked for Prudential, Bath Iron Works, and Culligan Water Treatment.
Jim was active with the local Mason's, Elks, and American Legion organizations. He loved camping, dances, football, beaches, and traveling, often with family and friends. He is known for his sense of humor and willingness to help others.
He is pre-deceased by his parents, and baby daughter.
Survived by his wife, Marjorie; daughter Christina Sener, her husband Ken, and their daughters Elizabeth Sener and Catherine Tellier, and Catherine's husband Ethan; daughter Michele Robinson-Pontbriand, her husband Robert, and their son Cameron Pontbriand; sister Patricia Nye; and two nieces.
The family would like to thank those that supported Jim through the latter part of his journey, including extended family and friends, as well as Androscoggin Hospice and Woodlands Senior Living Memory Care of Lewiston.
Per Jim's request, there will be no funeral. A Masonic memorial service will be held graveside at a later date. Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home, Richmond, ME.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to: Androscoggin Hospice + House (https://androscoggin.org/donate/) 15 Strawberry Ave, Lewiston, ME 04240; Dana-Farber Cancer Institute P.O. Box 849168, Boston, MA 022804 (https://dana-farber.org/gift); or Bath-Brunswick Respite Care P.O. Box 668, Bath, ME 04530 (https://www.respite-care.org/donors).
David G. Greenleaf
David Glenwood Greenleaf
1935 - 2022
West Gardiner – David Glenwood Greenleaf passed away peacefully in the early morning hours of November 10, 2022 at home, surrounded by his family.
He was born in Gardiner on 7/8/1935 and raised with his brother John by Fred and Helen Donavan on the Donavan Farm in Gardiner.
David was an all-star athlete who graduated from Litchfield Academy where his athletic achievements include scoring more than 1,200 points in the three years he played basketball, which was prior to the existence of a three-point line. He held an all-time record for scoring 67 points in one game, playing only three quarters. He was a baseball catcher with an excellent batting average and was offered a scholarship to attend the University of Maine as a baseball player. His love for sports continued throughout his life, coaching and cheering on his children and grandchildren.
Rather than attend college David chose to marry the love of his life of 67 years, Eleanor Ida Millay of Litchfield. They created a beautiful life with four children and enjoyed hobbies that included fishing, motorcycling, family camping, snowmobiling, harness-racing, and travelling the fair circuit. Stories are still told describing how David and Ida would always clear a dancefloor with their famous jitterbug.
David spent 8 years in the Army Reserves and retired after 32 years of service at Bath Iron Works.
David is pre-deceased by his parents Walter and Marie Greenleaf, brothers John Greenleaf, Walter Greenleaf and wife Diane (survived), and Dana Greenleaf and wife Nell (survived) and sisters Carol Larrabee and husband Tommy, Cheryl Glidden and husband Ernie (survived), Nancy Greenleaf, and Sharon Newton.
He is survived by his beloved wife, his sisters Sandy Greenleaf, and Karen Slater and husband Ben, his son David Greenleaf and wife “Chrissy” of West Gardiner, his daughter Linda Hanson and husband David of Pittston, his daughter Patricia Greenleaf of Dexter, and his daughter Kathy Lawson and husband Brian of West Gardiner. He is also survived by 10 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren, and 1 great-great grandchild, all of whom love and cherish their “Mimi and Papa”.
Per David’s Request, there will be no services. A celebration of life will be held in summer for family.