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  • Jayetta W. Fordham, 69

    NORTH YARMOUTH — Jayetta W. Fordham, 69, of North Yarmouth, died Sept. 24 at her home, following a period of declining health. Fordham was born Nov. 18, 1944, in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, the daughter of Charles and Wanda (Eisbrenner) Halleman. She graduated from Liberty High Sch...

  • Earl L. Stimpson, 83

    FREEPORT — Earl Lemont Stimpson, 83, of Brunswick, died Sept. 19 at Freeport Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. He was born in Brunswick on Aug. 13, 1921, the son of Earl Lemont Stimpson Sr. and Bessie Collins Stimpson. He graduated from Brunswick High School. He married ...

  • Patrick T. Feehan, 61

    BRUNSWICK — Patrick T. Feehan, 61, died Feb. 22 at Mid Coast Hospital.

  • 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.