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Obituaries

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  • Carleton T. Pellerin, 81

    TOPSHAM — Carleton T. Pellerin, 81, of Jeanne Drive, died Dec. 12 at Mid Coast Hospital, in Brunswick. He was born in Biddeford on Nov. 17, 1933, the son of Carleton T. Pellerin Sr. and Florence Seavey Pellerin. He attended Saco schools, graduated from Thornton Academy and then moved...

  • Douglas A. Hall, 71

    SCARBOROUGH — Douglas A. Hall, 71, of Robinson Road, died Dec. 6 at his home. Hall was born in Portland on April 1, 1943, a son of Leslie A. and Christine O. (Hawkes) Hall. He attended Portland schools and graduated from Deering High school, with the Class of 1961. He continued his e...

  • Robert J. Kaler Sr., 88

    BATH — Robert James Kaler Sr., 88, of Bath, died July 27 at Parkview Adventist Medical Center in Brunswick. He was born in Bath on Dec. 22, 1925, the son of Howard E. and Dorothy (Travis) Kaler. He grew up in Bath and attended Morse High School. Kaler served in the U.S. Army f...

  • Richard J. Mullen Jr., 45

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Richard J. Mullen Jr., 45, died unexpectedly Aug. 1, while undergoing cardiac surgery. Mullen was born Aug. 17, 1968, with a congenital heart defect that required two previous surgeries during his teenage years. Yet he did not allow his condition to hold him back. He...

  • Katherine B. Jaques, 90

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Katherine Beatrice (Willwerth) Jaques died July 27, shortly before her 91st birthday. She was born in Portland on Aug. 5, 1923, the third of four children of Mary J. (Quinn) and Wendell L. Willwerth, of South Portland. She learned the value of hard work and th...

  • Andrew Ian Dodge, 46: Tea party activist, former Senate candidate

    HARPSWELL — Andrew Ian Dodge, a tea party activist and writer who ran for U.S. Senate in 2012, died Aug. 1 of cancer at the age of 46. According to his website, AndrewIanDodge.com, Dodge died of a form of incurable cancer. “If you are reading this I will have succumbed t...

  • Mary M.G. Hall, 74: Love of family, travel, was depicted in her art

    FALMOUTH — Mary Margaret Gummere Hall, 74, died Aug. 3 at Mercy Hospital in Portland after a courageous battle with lung cancer, surrounded by her family. A longtime resident of Cumberland Foreside, and more recently Falmouth, Hall was born in Trenton, New Jersey, on New Ye...

  • Forest L. Barter, 88: Veteran, grocery executive loved serving his church

    PORTLAND — Forest Linwood Barter, 88, died July 28 at his residence. He was born in Portland on April 26, 1926, the son of Otis F. and Ruth H. Greenleaf Barter. He attended schools in Portland and Gorham, graduating from Portland High School in 1943 with high honors. He then whe...

  • June M. Tardiff, 79

    BRUNSWICK — June Marilyn Tardiff, 79, died peacefully with her family by her side on July 21 at Mid Coast Hospital in Brunswick. Tardiff was born May 20, 1935, in Arrowsic, the daughter of Howard and Celia (Morse) Carlton. She grew up in Arrowsic and graduated from Mor...

  • H. Rushton Harwood Jr., 96: Veteran, traveler, loved sharing travel with others

    SCARBOROUGH — H. Rushton Harwood Jr., 96, died in his sleep at Piper Shores on July 14. Harwood was born in Springfield, Massachusetts, the son of Harry R. and Mildred Regina (Dillenback) Harwood. He graduated from Classical High School in 1935, and went on to earn an A.B. in go...