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Obituaries

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  • Hazel June Dyer, 94: Descendant of Maine pioneers loved to sew

    FREEPORT — Hazel June Dyer, 94, died July 16 at Parkview Adventist Medical Center in Brunswick, where she was attended by family members during an illness. Previously, she was a resident of Webster Commons in Freeport. Dyer was born in 1920 near Frankfort, one of six children and the...

  • Phyllis M. Hatch, 95: Vaudeville performer loved theater, family

    PORTLAND — Phyllis Margaret Hatch, 95, of Portland, died peacefully on July 23. She was born in Portland on July 29, 1918, to George and Mary (McGahey) Crangle. She attended local schools. In her younger years, Hatch and her husband toured the country as part of a vaudeville a...

  • Thomas C. Staples, 86

    BATH — Thomas C. Staples, 86, died peacefully March 1 at Mid Coast Hospital with his family by his side.

  • Harold R. Carter, Sr., 81

    TOPSHAM — Harold R. Carter, Sr., 81, died Feb. 19 at the Marshwoood Center in Lewiston.

  • Carol S. Jackson, 73

    CUMBERLAND — Carol Seehusen Jackson, 73, died unexpectedly Feb. 13 at her home.  

  • Muriel G. Collins, 75

    SCARBOROUGH — Muriel G. Collins, 75, of North Yarmouth, died Feb. 19 at Gosnell Memorial Hospice House after a long battle with cancer.  

  • Stanley T. Bennett II; Oakhurst Dairy president, dedicated to community

    FALMOUTH — Stanley Taylor Bennett II, 64, former chief executive officer and chairman of the board of Oakhurst Dairy, died Feb. 23 in Scarborough after a battle with pancreatic cancer. He was born in 1947, in Portland, a son of Donald Huston and Lucia Pond Bennett. He attended Portla...

  • Bertrand R. Labbe, 84

    TOPSHAM — Bertrand R. Labbe, 84, died Feb. 20 at the Freeport Nursing Home surrounded by his loving family.

  • Charles E. Greif, Sr., 95

    BRUNSWICK — Charles E. Greif, Sr., of Brunswick, died Feb. 19.  

  • Philip Ouellette, 100: Knight of Columbus, known for his great stories

    BRUNSWICK — Philip Ouellette, 100, died Feb. 20 at Mid Coast Hospital. Born April 20, 1910, in Brunswick, he was a son of Cyprien and Marie Ann Plourde Ouellette. On Oct. 2, 1939, he married Germaine Dugal. Over the years he owned Phil’s Lunch on Maine Street in B...