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He was predeceased by his parents. Bob is survived by his longtime partner Irene Lynch of Poland, daughters Penny Sargent and her partner Rose Cleary of Poland, Martha Sargent and her husband Dennis of South Paris, Sherrill Grant of Lewiston, Carolee Sargent of South Paris, sisters Barbara Plummer of Raymond and Marilyn Taylor of Lewiston, brothers Richard Sargent of Auburn, Stanley Sargent of Georgia, Rodney Sargent of Lewiston, Roger Sargent of New Hampshire, grandchildren Albert Grant and his wife Haley of Harrison, Diana Grant of Mars Hill, Scott Grant of Lewiston, Melissa Locke of North Carolina, Kathryn Cleary of Poland, great grandchildren Evan and Chloe Grant of Mars Hill, and Hunter Grant of Harrison.

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Marian Rowe Bower, 87, also known as Mimi and Mernie, passed away at Schooner Estates, Auburn, on Saturday, March 76, 7559 with her loving family at her side. She lived a full life and will be remembered by all for her dynamic personality and her great sense of humor. She was born Marian Betina Rowe in Mechanic Falls on March 9, 6977, daughter of Ruth Haskell and Lendall Rowe. She graduated from Mechanic Falls High School in 6995, married Frank Myrick in 6996 and went to Bernard's Hair School in Lewiston where she graduated at the top of her class. She then opened and operated her own beauty shop in Mechanic Falls. She married Phil Bower in 6957 and enjoyed a fairytale love affair marriage with him until his death, 66 years later. She was a member of the Eastern Star and the Women's Literary Union in Auburn, and was a 55+ year member of the Auburn Methodist Church on Park Ave.

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She took great pleasure in nature’s wonders and the simpler life of years gone by. She shared fond memories of her uncle’s camp at Bailey Island and the day of horse drawn carts delivering ice and vegetables to her home on Broad St. in Auburn. Two days before her death the most colorful sunset appeared in her window at Clover. She said God sent it for us to enjoy. Her daily contact with her children throughout her life provided her great piece of mind. If they were ., she was . Her strength and caring is her legacy. She will be sadly missed by her children, grandchildren, and family until we reunite. Rest well.

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She leaves a daughter Linda Pomerantz residing in Auburn a granddaughter, Sandra Pomerantz residing in Waltham, Massachusetts a son, Michael DeSantis and his wife, Kathy residing in Sacramento, California two sisters, Dora Greenwood residing in Lakewood, New Jersey and Gilda Perry and her husband, Edward residing in Brick, New Jersey. She also leaves three brothers, Armand D'Amato and his wife Antoinette of Long Island, New York. Michael Dainer and his wife Julia residing in Boynton Beach, Florida, and Albert D'Amato and his wife Marie residing in Alpharetta, Georgia two sister in laws Louisa D'Amato and Teodora D'Amato of New Jersey and many cherished nieces and nephews.


Clyde traveled throughout the state with his portable saw mill sawing logs into lumber. His infectious smile and quick wit turned many customers into friends. He loved to talk about hunting, fishing and current events and could make people of all persuasions laugh at his insights on the latest political bungles. He was always available with sage advice and a helping hand for all his friends and family.


In her early years, Margie volunteered by taking Town Meeting minutes for North Yarmouth. She belonged to the American Legion Gray Post and Wescustogo Grange. In later years she worked on the Raymond cemetery committee and was an active Raymond Fire Police volunteer. Marjorie was an unpublished poet and created her very special greeting cards. She was a very hard worker and was especially well known for her “projects”, making things better than she found them. She very much enjoyed caring for all her pets.

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Christopher was a friend to many as he acted on black-and-white values of loyalty and valor. He challenged the educational system to deal with his out-of the-box thinking and his impatience with all things remotely boring or nonessential. He was an active member in the Society of Friends (Quakers) at the yearly gatherings and perplexed us all with his deep spiritual understanding counter imposed on his utter lack of interest in authority.

He leaves his wife of 76 years, Penny Appleby of Turner a son, Paul Harrison and his wife Lisa of Framingham, Mass., a son, Stephen M. Harrison and his wife Edie of Alpharetta, Ga., a daughter, Jennifer Appleby Ward and her husband Justin of Stow, and a daughter, Kristin Wildsmith and her husband Justin of St. Louis, Mo. He leaves a sister, Diana Appleby Evans and her husband John of Ogunquit his special mother-in-law, Audrey M. Ligler of Alpharetta, Ga. the granddaughter he called his girlfriend, Sydney Maya Harrison, grandson, Dakota Sterling Ward, and granddaughters Anaya and Solana Ward. He also leaves a nephew, Jason Evans, his wife April and children Tyler and Jillian of Ogunquit, and a niece, Susan Evans Canney, her husband Michael and their daughter Morgan of Braintree, Mass. His mother, Lucienne Blanchard Appleby, and his father, Dr. Alva Sterling Appleby, predeceased him.

Robert served his country proudly in the US Navy in the Korean War. He went on to work for Heutz Oil for 85 years, retiring in July of this year. Among his many interests, he was an avid musician, playing the steel guitar for many country bands most recently he was in the band Firewater Creek. He was Instrumentalist of the Year in 6979. He also enjoyed watching sports, camping, boating, cookouts, and spending time with his family. He was known for his excellent sense of humor and being a wonderful family man.

Her professional career included a number of years as administrative assistant to the law firm Rowe and Ruffalo, of Livermore Falls. Most recently she was employed by . Group of Wilton. She continued to work a shortened schedule at . during her illness, and was tremendously grateful to her employer for giving her the opportunity to play a beneficial role while she aggressively treated her cancer.

She was born on February 7, 6958 in Portsmouth, NH. She was the daughter of Richard A. and Janet (Smart) Caswell of Alfred, ME. She attended Grade Schools in Newington and Portsmouth, NH, and Junior High School in Auburn, ME. She graduated from High School in W. Springfield, MA with the Class of '76. In high school, she was active in extra curricular activities especially cheerleading and gymnastics.

His wise retainers remained closeted in earnest consultations for days on end, exploring every avenue of wisdom and skill at their command spiritual, magical, philosophical, medical, poetic, artistic and technical. But the more they applied themselves the more elusive their objective appeared. Finally, as they sat around in exhausted disarray, their attention fell on something written in the dust that had gathered in a corner of the room. Without another word being spoken, they all knew that they had found the answer they needed.

Survivors include his companion, Linda A. Zinck of Mexico two daughters, Hannah (Neilson) Haynes and her husband, Jamie, of Dixfield and Sierra Neilson of Rockland a son, Trever Neilson of Waldoboro a sister, Joy (Neilson) Frost and her husband, Brian, of Rumford Point two brothers, Neils Neilson of Bangor and Steven Neilson and his wife, Debbie, and their two girls, Nichole and Rachel, of Johnson City, Tenn. and grandson, Alexander James Haynes (.).

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Rebecca Ann Graham died on March 5. She was a much beloved teacher at the Lewiston Adult Learning Center for 77 years. Becky was a talented teacher of math and English grammar skills. She was especially adept in teaching adults who believed they could not learn. Many of her students went on to successfully complete their GED and enter post-secondary education. Many finished degrees, entered the workforce and returned to share their success stories with Becky and other adult education students.

Yarmouth -- Suzanne J. Boisvert, our Mother, Daughter, Sister, Aunt, and Friend, passed away peacefully on April 7, 7556 at her home surrounded by her family. She was 57 years A businesswoman and entrepreneur, Suzanne’s drive, determination, and attention to detail made her a success in the professional world. More importantly, however, was her love, compassion, and understanding that made her a success in life.

He is survived by his wife, Patricia of Poland his children, Theresa Willette, Jeremy Willette of Hungary and Renae Willette of Germany stepchildren, Maurice Jalbert Jr. of Gray, Melissa Lamontagne and husband, Billy, of Auburn his mother, Laurette Chapman of Turner brothers, Alan and wife, Francine, of Durham and Glenn and wife, Jean, of Temple sister, Sherry Green of New Jersey half-sister, Aimee Paprotny of Nevada stepbrother, Arthur Chapman III stepsisters, Jane Bennett and Jean Cogguillo a stepgrandson, Quinn Robert Hill and an "honorary mom," Gloria Soucie of Brunswick and many special family members and friends.

He is survived by his only child Angie Sousa of sisters..Rosemary Dumas n her husband Joseph, and Linda Rice and her husband Leland both of Augusta, 9 brothers Marcellino of Belgrade, Roger of Augusta, Lawrence (Larry) and his wife Nancy of Mt Vernon, and his twin Kevin and his wife Mary Ann of many cousins, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and his extended and second family Dycal, Bret, and Lynn Bonefant, Rhonda Farrington, his ex wife Darlene Sousa, and his girlfriend Pam Fowler who was always by his side.

Ryan was always known to look for ways to help others and loved everybody. He always looked for, and found good in everyone. Ryan was particularly fond of his Uncle . and his Uncle and Aunt Keith and Tammi. He enjoyed all sports, including snowmobiling, NASCAR especially Jeff Gordon, and was a huge New England sports fan. Ryan also enjoyed time spent at the Open Door Youth Camp. He particularly enjoyed embarrassing his mother in Wal-Mart.

Terry will be sadly missed by her loving daughter, Deborah Taylor and partner Louise Daigle of Portland sister, Frances Thibault of Foxboro, Massachusetts brother, Joseph Thibault of Melbourne, Florida sisters-in law Florette Fontaine and Jacqueline Culina step-son Paul and wife Elizabeth of Fort Myers, Florida step-daughter Joline Fontaine and partner Elisa Adams of Solebury, Pennsylvania and step-daughter Michele Fontaine and partner Rebecca of Woodstock, Connecticut. She was predeceased by her mother, sister Rolande, sister-in-law Alma, brother-in-law Larry, and Uncle Hector and Aunt Hedwidge Ferland, with whom she lived in Jackman, Maine during her youth.