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Pratt, all of Augusta; her sister, Andrea J. Pratt Stinson and her husband, John A. Stinson, of East Greenwich, R. Pratt, of Brighton, Mass. By request, there are no public visiting hours. Burial office and Holy Eucharist will take place at 11 a. Saturday, April 4, at St. Marks Episcopal Church, 9 Summer St. Elizabeth S.
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Miller, rector, officiating, assisted by the Rev. James Gill. Private interment is planned at a later date for family and close friends. Contribution envelopes will be available at the service.
A reception for family and friends will immediately follow in the Farnum Room of the St. Marks Parish House, next to the church. Laliberte died March 31, , at the Veterans' Affairs hospital at Togus after a brief illness. Born June 18, , to Perley J. He was a devoted family man and was active in the Augusta community.
He enjoyed many activities, such as cribbage, swimming, music and activities at St. Michael Parish. He participated in Meals on Wheels and thoroughly enjoyed it. His happiest times were spent listening to music and singing with his family. Lawrence worked most of his life at Statler Tissue Co. He was predeceased by his loving parents; a brother, Gerard J.
Laliberte; and by a special grandson, Lee M. Hilaire, of Winthrop. He is survived by his beloved wife of 58 years, Arlene M. Hilaire, of Winthrop, Gloria Morrill and her husband, Timothy, of Richmond, Louisa Lajoie and her husband, Michael, of Pittston, and Perley Laliberte and his wife, Laurie, of North Yarmouth; 13 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews, all of whom he loved dearly. There will be no public visitation. A funeral Mass will be at 11 a.
Friday, April 3, at St. Augustine Church in Augusta. Burial and committal services will immediately follow at the new Maine Veterans' Memorial Cemetery.
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A celebration of life will follow at the Le Club Calumet in Augusta. Michael Parish in Augusta. At the age of six, Larry went to live on the Vickery Farm on in Auburn. He joined the military at 17 and was trained as a machine gun instructor for the United States Army. He was well-known in the community for his work as a parking attendant at Graziano's Restaurant where he sang to the patrons accompanied by Phil House.
He was also well-known at L. Bean as "The Popcorn Man" as well as his driving the Bean Boot in many parades both before and after he retired in Throughout the day, Larry was visited by many members of his family and friends. But, he is perhaps best remembered for his exquisite sense of humor -- he always had a joke ready for anyone who wanted to listen or not.
Larry enjoyed his computer and the games especially winning his grandson loaded for him, particularly bowling and golf Larry's family would like to thank the compassionate staff of the Hospice House for their care and understanding, and his friends Walter and Margaret Bubier. Committal will be held privately. She looked forward to the area agricultural fairs in the fall and the horse pulling events. She enjoyed baking and was especially skilled at pie and bread making.
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An avid walker, her other interests included traveling, gardening, knitting, and reading. She loved her granddaughter Kelly and spent many wonderful hours with her.
Her cats Lacey and Lucy were also an important part of her life. Marjorie was recently employed by Hannaford Brothers in Waterboro, Maine where she made many new friends.
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Often she could be found before or after work helping to maintain the flower gardens. She is survived by. Interment will be later in the spring at Kenney Cemetery in Brooks, Maine. She lived a full life and will be remembered by all for her dynamic personality and her great sense of humor. She then opened and operated her own beauty shop in Mechanic Falls. She married Phil Bower in and enjoyed a fairytale love affair marriage with him until his death, 16 years later. Marian was an avid golfer in her day, winning B flight at Fairlawn Golf Course where she was a member.
She was also an accomplished seamstress and knitter, and showered her family with the fruits of her labors. She always had a smile and a joke, right up to the end.
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She epitomized the "Glass Half Full" and has imparted that attitude on all she encountered. Her family extends its undying gratitude to the Schooner Estate Residential Care staff, who for the past 7 years, have filled Marian's days with love, laughter and amazing personal care. She was predeceased by her husband, Philip Nichols Bower, in and by her grandson, Darren Nyberg, in Family and friends are invited to pay their respects from 3 - 5. A memorial service will immediately follow, from 5 - 6. Interment at Mount Auburn Cemetery will occur later this spring when the grass is green and the flowers are up.
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Marion R. Services will be held privately in the spring. Augusta-Kathryn A. Norton, 48, of State St. Kathy was an avid swimmer and had accumulated many swimming medals. She was also a member of Alcoholics Anonymous. Andrews Catholic Church in Augusta. Augusta, ME He was married to Irene B.