FRANKFORT — Weston Bradford Haskell III, 58, of Frankfort, died Aug. 25 as the result of an accident on a Searsport construction site where he was working as an inspector.
Born in Boston on April 1, 1953, he was the only son of Weston Bradford Haskell, Jr., and Mary Louise (Williams) Haskell.
While growing up in Concord Mass., and West Simsbury, Conn., he spent every summer at the family home on Sunset Point in Yarmouth.
He was a graduate of Southern Maine Vocational Technical Institute in South Portland and the University of Maine in Orono. He worked as a water engineer in Bangor, Old Town and Wareham, Mass. He lived in Orono with his former wife, Margaret Holzhauer Haskell and two sons, Jackson and Lucas; and later in Frankfort with his loving companion Rene Davis.
Throughout his life, he was an active volunteer for the Rotary Club, Orono Community Theatre, the Bangor Area Homeless Shelter and other community programs.
Surviving are his sons, Jackson Freeman Haskell of Portland, and Lucas Cary Haskell, of Canby, Ore.; his mother, Mary Louise Haskell of Yarmouth; his loving partner, Rene Davis of Frankfort; his former wife Meg Haskell of Orono; three sisters and their families, Lucia Haskell McBee of New York City, Sarah Haskell Fowler and her husband Ben of York, and Amy Haskell Kramer and her husband Ed of Manchester, N.H.; many beloved nieces and nephews; and cousins.
Memorial donations can be made to Habitat for Humanity at habitat.org.