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Obituaries

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  • David J. Hartill, 90: Veteran and BIW welder, loved fishing

    FREEPORT — David Jefferson Hartill, 90, a resident of East Street in Freeport and formerly of Brunswick, died July 9 at Freeport Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, following a long illness. Hartill was born July 5, 1924, in Maspeth, New York, a son of Jefferson M. and Hetsel A. (Wils...

  • G. Richard Mountfort Jr., 92

    YARMOUTH — The Rev. G. Richard Mountfort Jr., 92, of Cousins Island, Yarmouth, died July 14, with his wife of 27 years, Esther, by his side. Mountfort was born Jan. 20, 1922, the son of George R. and Helen (Hinckley) Mountfort. He is survived by his wife, Esther Robie (Bl...

  • Amy Rice Scannell, 53: Devoted mother who found joy with her children

    NORTH YARMOUTH — Amy Rice Scannell, 53, died Aug. 26 at home with her beloved children at her side after a seven-year battle with breast cancer On March 11, 1956, she was born in Yellow Springs, Ohio. As a child, she and her family moved to Newton, Mass., where she attended local s... 1

  • A. Neal Lane, 101: Aerial photographer who loved life

    SOUTH PORTLAND — A. Neal Lane, 101, died Aug. 25 at his home. Born on Aug. 3, 1908, in Portland, he was the son of Merton and Ida May (Thompson) Lane. He attended local schools and graduated from Portland High School. In October, 1949, he married Martha Casey.

  • Robert A. St. Pierre, 89: Lifelong athlete

    BRUNSWICK — Robert A. St. Pierre, 89, of Brunswick and Venice, Fla., died Aug. 28 following a period of declining health.

  • Frederick A. Gleason, 69: Marine engineer, enjoyed sports

    PORTLAND — Frederick A. "Fred" Gleason, 69, died Aug. 23 from colon cancer with his loving wife by his side. On April 18, 1940, he was born in Chelmsford, Mass., the first son of Frederick and Eva (Greska) Gleason and attended local schools where he excelled in football and baseba...

  • Webster D. "Webb" Haney, 87

    BRUNSWICK — Webster D. "Webb" Haney, 87, died Aug. 24 at his home surrounded by family. On May 18, 1922, he was born in Brunswick, the son of Frank and Ruth (Goodenow) Haney and attended local schools. During World War II, he served in the U.S. Army. On Aug. 10, 1...

  • Arnold D. Macdonald, 92: Avid sailor, gardener

    SCARBOROUGH — Arnold D. Macdonald, 92, formerly of Hingham, Mass. and Providence, R.I., died peacefully on Aug. 23. He was born in Providence, R.I., on Feb. 12, 1917, the son of Susie Ada (Arnold) Macdonald and Harold C. Macdonald. In 1939, he graduated from Brown University.

  • Elizabeth V. Wells, 93: Artist, writer, church deacon

    BRUNSWICK — Elizabeth V. Wells, 93, formerly of Harpswell, died Aug. 22 at her residence. On Jan. 11, 1916, she was born in New Haven, Conn., the daughter of Ernest G. and Mae E. (Henze) Voos and attended local schools. She also attended Boston University. For more than 60 y...

  • Deborah E. Lundblad, 83

    TOPSHAM — Deborah Ellen Cobb Lundblad, 83, died Aug. 19 at her Highlands residence. Born at the family home in Newbury, Vt., on Feb. 6, 1926, she was a daughter of Richard B. and Lisle Cobb. After graduating as valedictorian at Newbury High School in 1944, she earned a bachelor's de...