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Obituaries

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  • Marion M. Gilmore, 87

    BATH — Marion M. Gilmore, 87, of Middle Street, died peacefully at her home Dec. 13, surrounded by her family. She was born in Springfield on March 1, 1927, a daughter of Percy and Lottie Smith. In 1943, she moved to Bath, where she raised her four children with love and pride.

  • Wilma M. Hovey, 83

    TOPSHAM — Wilma Marie Hovey, 83, of Topsham, died Dec. 11 at Parkview Adventist Medical Center in Brunswick, following a brief illness. She was born Feb. 14, 1931, in Littleton, a daughter of Claude S. and Vera E. (Donovan) Hansen. She was educated in Houlton, and graduated from Houl...

  • Viviane C. Hart, 83

    BRUNSWICK — Viviane C. Hart, 83, died Sept. 4 at Mid Coast Senior Health Center. Born in Brunswick on Oct. 11, 1925, she was the daughter of William and Marie St. Onge Charron. She played a pivotal role in her husband's Naval career by coordinating the family's frequent moves to p...

  • Rita L. Drew, 73: Owned and operated Chuck Wagon Restaurant

    PORTLAND — Rita Louise Drew, 73, died Aug. 31 after a brief illness with family by her side. On June 30, 1936, she was born in Portland, a daughter of Franklin and Dorothy (Harris) Clinch. She graduated from Greely High School and lived most of her life in Cumberland. ...

  • Nunzio E. Parisi, 86

    TACOMA, Wash. — Dr. Nunzio E. Parisi, formerly of Yarmouth, died Aug. 23. On Feb. 17, 1923, he was born in Somerville, Mass., the son of Dr. Fiore and Frances D. Parisi and was raised in Yarmouth. In 1942, he graduated from North Yarmouth Academy and married Virginia Grant in Yar...

  • Francis Boyle, 78: Devoted father of seven

    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Francis "Whitey" Boyle, 78, formerly of Portland, died Sept. 3 following complications from surgery. Born Aug. 25, 1931, he was a son of Walter F. and Barbara (Ridge) Boyle. At a young age, his hair turned white, earning him the nickname "Whitey." ...

  • 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...