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Obituaries

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  • Peter E. Anania, 85: City's first rescue squad leader helped build neighborhood business

    PORTLAND — Peter Emery Anania, 85, died July 31, surrounded by his family. Anania was born April 2, 1930, and survived polio at a young age. The disease affected his life profoundly, weakening his legs and lungs. But he lived with grace  and dignity, sharing his love of life wit...

  • Mary C. Pickering, 92

    PORTLAND — Mary C. Pickering, 92, of Virginia Street, died Aug. 1 at her home. She was born in Portland on April 17, 1923, a daughter of Edward C. and Elizabeth A. (Carter) Harrigan. She attended local schools and graduated from Portland High School in the class of 1941. Mary ...

  • Marilyn Voorhees Hansen, 74: Marine artist who loved the ocean

    BRUNSWICK — Marilyn Voorhees Hansen, 74, died peacefully Feb. 7 at home surrounded by loving family.

  • Lee V. Gimbel, 87

    BRUNSWICK — Lee V. Gimbel, 87, died Feb. 10 at the Brunswick Senior Health Care Center.

  • Elizabeth M. Rice, 85

    BATH — Elizabeth M. Rice, 85, died peacefully Feb. 14 at Hill House Assisted Living.  

  • Ralph E. Becker, 81

    BATH — Ralph Edward Becker, 81, died Jan. 28.

  • Frank E. Garland, III, 87: created Harmonica Kids band, devoted to family

    FREEPORT — Frank E. Garland, III, 87, died peacefully Feb. 12 at Maine Medical Center with his family at his side. 

  • Carolyn C. Ruth, 76

    FREEPORT — Carolyn C. Ruth, 76, died Feb. 12 at Parkview Adventist Medical Center surrounded by her family.

  • Marjorie E. Dunton, 96

    YARMOUTH — Marjorie Edith Dunton, 96, of Cumberland Center, died peacefully Feb. 5 at The Brentwood Rehabilitation and Long Term Care Center with her friends and her loving son and daughter at her side.

  • Edward A. Hobbs Jr., 96

    FALMOUTH — Edward A. Hobbs Jr., 96, died peacefully at his home on Feb. 10. On March 22, 1914, he was born in Portsmouth, N.H., the son of Edward A. Hobbs Sr., and Anna Leary. After attending schools in Toledo, Ohio, he worked for National Biscuit Co. in Toledo and Portland.