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Monday, April 26, 1999

Barbara Wing 
service 
NEW GLOUCESTER A graveside service for Barbara Wing, who died Jan. 21, will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Lower Gloucester Cemetery. The Revs. Nicholas and Mary Angela Davis will officiate. Arrangements are by Wilson Funeral Home, Gray.

Carmen R. McCarn 
service 
YARMOUTH A graveside service for Carmen R. McCarn, who died March 9, will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at Gray Village Cemetery. The Rev. Robert Lavoie will officiate. Arrangements are by Wilson Funeral Home, 24 Shaker Road, Gray.

Dorothy C. Holmes 
American Red Cross volunteer 
Dorothy C. Holmes, 77, died Sunday at a local hospital with her children at her side.
She was born in Lewiston, a daughter of Arthur P. and Angeline Grandmaison Fournier, the youngest of six children. She attended Lewiston schools and graduated from Lewiston High school in 1941. In 1943, she graduated from Bliss College of Lewiston.
During World War II, she worked for the American Red Cross. Mrs. Holmes later accepted a position with the Auburn Chamber of Commerce.
On Oct. 31, 1945, she married Paul R. Holmes and in 1954, they moved to Portland.
She was a communicant of St. Patrick's Church and a former communicant of St. Joseph's Church.
She enjoyed skiing, bowling and golfing.
Her husband died in 1989.
Surviving are a son, Jeffrey P. Holmes of Enfield, Conn.; a daughter, Gayle R. Holmes of Gorham; and three grandchildren, Alan P. Holmes of Virginia Beach, Va., Marissa C. Long of Fayetteville, N.C., and James J. Gerard of Gorham.
Visiting hours will be from 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Conroy-Tully Funeral Home, 172 State St. Prayers will be recited at 9:15 a.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. A funeral Mass will follow at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Patrick's Church. Burial will follow in Brooklawn Memorial Park.

Jeanette V. Pollard 
nurse's aide, active in community 
FRYEBURG Jeanette V. Pollard, 65, of Fish Street, died Saturday at Northern Cumberland Memorial Hospital following a long battle with cancer.
She was born in Poland, a daughter of Manley and Jenny Winslow Strout, and attended schools in Mechanic Falls and Lewiston.
She lived in Fryeburg most of her life and worked for many years as a certified nurse's aide at Hicks Nursing Home.
Mrs. Pollard was a member of Stow Baptist Church of Fryeburg and the Chatham Historical Society. She also served as a past president of the Kezar Lake Senior Citizens.
She enjoyed gardening, crafts, genealogy, traveling, family and friends.
She was predeceased by two husbands, Willie A. Mann, who died in 1980, and Henry M. Pollard Jr., who died in 1988. A son, John, died in 1981.
Surviving are her mother of Oxford; four sons, Arthur Mann of Bridgton, Alan Mann of Stow, William Mann and James Mann, both of Fryeburg; three daughters, Vivian Perry, Roberta Haley and Janet Risch, all of Fryeburg; six stepchildren, 13 grandchildren and one great-grand- child.
A funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Stow Baptist Church with the Rev. Kenneth Hinkley officiating. Burial will be in Bemis Cemetery, Fryeburg Harbor. Arrangements are by Wood Funeral Home.

Marion A. Delaware 
retired from Travelers Insurance 
BIDDEFORD Marion A. Delaware, 87, formerly of Bristol, died Saturday at Southridge Living Center.
She was born in Alna, a daughter of Melvin and Julia A. Ingraham Rankin, and attended local schools.
Mrs. Delaware worked at Commonwealth Shoe Factory in Gardiner until she received her hairdresser's license. She then worked as a hairdresser until 1951.
She moved to Connecticut with her husband, and was employed at Sage Allen department store and Travelers Insurance Company in Hartford, Conn. She returned to Maine after she retired.
Her husband of 56 years, Leon Francis Delaware, died April 16, 1989.
Surviving are a son, Roderick L. Delaware of Manchester, Conn.; a daughter, Erna F. Johnson of Old Orchard Beach, and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
There will be no visiting hours. A funeral service will be held at noon Tuesday at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Newcastle, with the Rev. John Ineson officiating. Burial will be in Harbor Cemetery, Bristol. Arrangements are by Hope Memorial Chapel, 480 Elm St.

Marie Small 
service 
POLAND A graveside service for Marie Small, who died Feb. 7, will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Gray Village Cemetery. The Rev. Judy Gould will officiate. Arrangements are by Wilson Funeral Home, Gray.

Roland 'Busta' Bustamante Sr. 
local contractor 
WEST BUXTON Roland "Busta" Bustamante Sr., 51, died late Thursday at Maine Medical Center in Portland after a courageous battle with lung cancer.
He was born in New London, Conn., the third son of Juan and Harriet Bancroft Bustamante. He attended school and worked in New London until 1968, when he married Grace Russell and they moved to Maine. He also was drafted into the Army the same year.
Mr. Bustamante drove tractor trailers for Sanborn's Motor Express for several years.
In 1987, he started his own contracting business, B and B Construction. For the past seven years, his business helped build and renovate as many as 28 stores at the Maine Mall.
According to his family, what he loved to do most was spend time with them. He also enjoyed his friends and dancing. 
Surviving are his wife, Grace Russell Bustamante of West Buxton; two sons, Roland of West Buxton and Juan of Poland; a daughter, Tamika Bustamante of West Buxton; three brothers, Joseph, Richard and John Bustamante, all of New London, Conn.; and a granddaughter, Taylor Alexandra Bustamante of West Buxton.
Visiting hours will be from 6 to 9 p.m. today at Dennett, Craig and Pate Funeral Home, Routes 202 and 4A, Buxton. A memorial service will be held at 4 p.m. Tuesday at the Hollis Center Baptist Church. Pastor Ron Sargent will officiate.

Ronald E. Goodwin 
veteran, worked at Thomas and Betts 
ALFRED Ronald E. Goodwin, 49, of Camp Road on Estes Lake, died Sunday at Maine Medical Center after a lengthy illness.
He was born in Waltham, Mass., a son of Edward and Margaret Smith Goodwin. He attended schools in Fort Wayne, Ind., and was an Army veteran of the Vietnam War.
Mr. Goodwin was employed for several years with Shape in Biddeford. At the time of his death, he was employed with Thomas and Betts, formerly Augat, in Sanford.
He was an avid fisherman.
Surviving are his wife, Linda Gouin Goodwin of Alfred; his mother of Bradenton, Fla.; a son, Thomas of Fort Wayne; three daughters, Sarah Goodwin of Buxton, Emily Goodwin of the British Virgin Islands and Wendy Goodwin of Fort Wayne; two stepsons, Michael Gadbois and Eric Gadbois, both of Sanford; a brother, Timmy of Colorado; three sisters, Judy Goodwin of Virginia, Barbara Holmes of Florida and Sandy Freshour of Indiana, and two grandchildren.
Visiting hours will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at LaFrance-Lambert Funeral Home, 29 Winter St., Sanford. There will be no funeral service.

Ronald T. Long 
city employee, Marine 
Ronald T. Long, 64, of Presumpscot Street, died unexpectedly Saturday at a Portland hospital.
He was born in Portland, a son of John and Marion Gloss Long and attended Portland schools.
Mr. Long served in the Marines during the Korean War.
He was employed by the city of Portland for 22 years, retiring in 1991.
He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints of Cape Elizabeth.
Surviving are his wife of 29 years, Dorothy Hamlin Long of Portland; three daughters, Rhonda Hogan of Saint Charles, Ill., Carmella Long of Azusa, Calif., and Robyn Long of Old Orchard Beach; a son, Rick of Shapleigh; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Visiting hours will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Jones, Rich and Hutchins Funeral Home, 199 Woodford St. An additional visiting hour will be held from 10 to 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Cape Elizabeth. A funeral service will follow at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the church. Bishop Kevin Hawkes will officiate. Burial will be in Hillside Cemetery, Gorham.

William Irving Kierstead 
CMP engineer, active in Wiscasset 
WISCASSET William Irving Kierstead, 83, of Federal Street, died Sunday at his home.
He grew up in Rockland, Mass., a son of Ashton and Ruth Kierstead, and graduated from Rockland High School in 1933. In 1937, he received his bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering from the University of Maine, Orono. He also did graduate work at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Upon graduation, Mr. Kierstead was employed by International Paper in Jay.
In 1941, he went to work for Central Maine Power Company at the Mason Steam Plant in Wiscasset. He served as watch engineer until 1955, when he became plant superintendent.
On Sept. 6, 1941, he married Ruth Ladd in Milo.
Mr. Kierstead retired from the plant in 1970, and became a consulting engineer for Central Maine Power until his retirement in 1975.
He enjoyed golfing and bowling.
He was a past master and a 50-year member of Wiscasset Masonic Lodge and a life member of the Order of the Eastern Star. He was an active member of the First Congregational Church of Wiscasset, where he was recently honored as a longtime trustee and treasurer. He was also a member of the Wiscasset Fire Society, of which he was treasurer at the time of his death.
A son, Richard Ashton Kierstead, died in 1989 and a daughter, Lois Kierstead, died in 1998.
Surviving are his wife of 57 years, Ruth Ladd Kierstead of Wiscasset; a sister, Jean Amaya of Shelby, N.C.; a brother, Robert L. of West Roxbury, Mass.; three grandchildren, Laurie Kierstead Skalsky of Tucson, Ariz., Jessica B. Lapid of Chatham, N.J., and Matthew A. Kierstead of San Diego, Calif., and two great-grandchildren.
A funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at First Congregational Church of Wiscasset, 28 High St. Burial will be in Greenlawn Cemetery. Arrangements are by Mayo and Daigle Funeral Home, 40 Federal St. 

Sunday, June 4, 2000 

Avard S. Cole, 83 
WELLS Avard S. Cole, 83, of Ocean Avenue, a World War II veteran and avid outdoorsman, died June 2, 2000 at York Hospital from complications of diabetes.
He was born in North Berwick, a son of George and Lillian Hardison Cole, and graduated from North Berwick High School.
While still in his 20s, Mr. Cole joined the Army and served in Europe, seeing action in the Normandy invasion on June 6, 1944, and during the Battle of the Bulge which began six months later.
Mr. Cole recently shared some of his war experiences with a granddaughter, Rachel Cole, 16, of Kennebunk, who interviewed her grandfather for an English report at Kennebunk High School.
"I was the first person he spoke to about the war, and that was just a few weeks ago, so it was pretty amazing," she said Saturday. "He said it was head-on fighting at Normandy. By the second week he was over there, already 60 percent of the soldiers in his troop were killed."
New, clean uniforms were scarce in battle, but every once in a while a truck outfitted with showers made the rounds. Mr. Cole remembered being the only soldier to survive when one of those trucks was bombed while he was showering.
He rose to the rank of staff sergeant, fighting in France, Belgium and Germany. Along the way he passed 20 concentration camps. He was 14 miles from Berlin when he learned that the Germans had surrendered.
Some memories were too difficult to share.
"He said the Battle of the Bulge was his worst memory," his granddaughter recalled. "He said it didn't really matter what he thought of the war while it was going on. It was survival. He also said the war didn't change him, but I know it did, because while I was interviewing him for this, he told me he loved me for the first time ever."
After his discharge, Mr. Cole worked as a woodcutter, as a steeplejack with his father and in heavy construction. Later he worked at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery as a pipefitter for 30 years, retiring in 1985. In learning his trade, he became a licensed master plumber, electrician and oil burner technician.
As an outdoorsman, the skill he valued most was trapping, which he learned as a boy from the late Peter Gordon Sr. of North Berwick.
"When times were tough, it put food on the table," said Thomas Cole of Kennebunk, one of his sons. "Back when people were making $12 a week, a single fox pelt was worth $25."
Through the years Mr. Cole became an authority on trapping and taught hundreds of young people how and where to set traps. After he retired, he became one of the first people in Maine to trap and move nuisance animals, such as skunks and raccoons. "He was trapping right up through last November, when he got sick," his son said.
He spent much of the last 20 years defending trapping rights against those who oppose wearing fur and the impact of encroaching development. As more woodlands became subdivisions, he advocated trapping as a way to maintain the balance between people and wildlife.
Mr. Cole also enjoyed fishing and hunting, so much so that he once shot a deer while on crutches with a broken ankle. "He was happiest when he was out in the woods," his son said.
Mr. Cole was a member of the Sportsman's Alliance of Maine, the National Rifle Association, Maine Trappers Association and the Southern Maine Trappers Association in North Berwick. He was currently licensed in Maine's Registered Animal Damage Control Program.
Surviving are his wife of 54 years, Anne L. Trafton Cole of Wells; two sons, Robert S. of Wells and Thomas F. of Kennebunk; a daughter, Patricia Green of Wells; a sister, Barbara Romano of South Portland; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
A graveside service with full military honors will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Ocean View Cemetery, Route 1, with the Rev. Robert Cole officiating. Arrangements are by Bibber Memorial Chapel, 111 Chapel Road. Kelley Bouchard 

Wesley Everett Brett, 71 
WILMINGTON, N.C. Wesley Everett Brett, 71, of Sagedale Drive died June 1, 2000, at his residence. 
He was born in Portland, Maine, a son of John Louis and Grace Burns Brett, and was a graduate of Portland High School. He received a bachelor's degree in business administration from Boston University in 1956 and graduated from Southeastern Theological Seminary in Wake Forest in 1960.
He then became a member of North Carolina Baptist Hospital's Department of Pastoral Care. He was a staff member at the Winston-Salem hospital from 1962 until retirement in 1992. 
He was a veteran of the Navy, serving on a destroyer from 1951 to 1955. 
Mr. Brett was secretary, treasurer and past president of the North Carolina Chaplains Association, vice chairman of Atlantic Region American Association of Pastoral Counselors, secretary and treasurer of the school of Pastoral Care Foundation, chairman and treasurer of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors and served as deacon, Sunday school teacher and PTA president over the years. 
He was a member of College Acres Baptist Church. 
Surviving are his wife, Linda Brett of Wilmington; two daughters, Rebecca Lynn Brett of Wilmington and Tracy Tuttle of Winston-Salem; two sons, John Wesley Brett of Lexington, Ky., and Wayne Rial of Roanoke, Va.; three sisters, Charlotte Strmecki of Chicago, Shirley Turene of Portland and Phyllis Biggar of Decatur, Ga.; five brothers, John, Ronald, Ralph, Robert and Philip, all of Portland; and four grandchildren.
Visiting hours will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. today at Coble Ward-Smith Funeral Service, Oleander Chapel. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the funeral chapel with the Revs. L.L. McGee and Toddy Fennell officiating. 

Peter M. Richen, 44 
Peter M. Richen, M.D., 44, of Shingle Way died June 1, 2000, at his home.
He was born in Port Chester, N.Y., a son of Joseph A. and Jean P. Murray Richen, and attended Iona Preparatory School in New Rochelle, N.Y. He graduated from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., and attended the University of Rhode Island. 
He began medical school at the University of Vermont, completed his internship at Maine Medical Center and returned to the university to complete a residency in neurology. He then moved back to Portland to set up his private practice. 
He enjoyed fishing, hunting, kayaking, wines and cooking.
Surviving are his mother of Port Chester, N.Y.; a sister, Teri H. Adams of Littleton, Mass.; a brother, Michael J. of Thornton, Colo.; and three nephews, Travis M. Richen of Fort Collins, Colo., Joshua J. Richen of Thornton, Colo., and Timothy H.S. Adams of Littleton, Mass.
Visiting hours will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at Jones, Rich and Hutchins Funeral Home, 199 Woodford St. A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 9 a.m. Tuesday at St. Pius X Catholic Church, 492 Ocean Ave. A graveside service will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday in St. Mary's Cemetery, Port Chester. 

Leslie Claremont Meserve, 87 
BUXTON Leslie Claremont Meserve, 87, of Viola Lane died June 2, 2000, at Mercy Hospital in Portland. 
He was born in Scarborough, a son of Albion and Grace Berry Meserve, attended Scarborough schools and graduated from Gorham High School in 1930.
He was a self-employed chicken farmer in Scarborough until 1950, when he went to work for Nissen Bakery. He retired from Nissen in 1979. 
During retirement he enjoyed traveling and cruises. For the last 20 years he and his wife spent winters in Florida. 
Mr. Meserve was a member of Stevens Avenue Congregational Church and an associate member of the Lehigh Acres Congregational Church in Florida. He was also a member of the Lehigh Acres Elks and former member of the Buxton Grange. 
Surviving are his wife of over 59 years, Hazel Emery Meserve of Buxton; a foster son, Kenneth White of Raymond, N.H.; a brother, Keith of Scarborough; two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Visiting hours will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Dennett, Craig and Pate Funeral Home, Route 202. A funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Stevens Avenue Congregational Church. Burial will follow in Brooklawn Memorial Park. 

Avard S. Cole, 83 
WELLS Avard S. Cole, 83, of Ocean Avenue died June 2, 2000, at York Hospital after a long illness.
He was born in North Berwick, a son of George and Lillian Hardison Cole, and graduated from North Berwick High School.
Mr. Cole joined the Army in his early 20s and served in Europe during World War II.
After his discharge, he was employed with the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery as a pipefitter. He retired in 1985 after more than 30 years of employment there. 
In learning his trade, he became a licensed master plumber, electrician and oil burner technician.
An outdoorsman, he went hunting, fishing and trapping and taught many local youths how to trap. He was a member of the Sportsman's Alliance of Maine, the National Rifle Association, Maine Trappers Association and the Southern Maine Trappers Association in North Berwick. He was licensed in Maine's Registered Animal Damage Control Program.
Surviving are his wife of 54 years, Anne L. Trafton Cole of Wells; two sons, Robert S. of Wells and Thomas F. of Kennebunk; a daughter, Patricia Green of Wells; a sister, Barbara Romano of South Portland; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
A graveside service with full military honors will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Ocean View Cemetery, Route 1, with the Rev. Robert Cole officiating. Arrangements by Bibber Memorial Chapel. 

Roderic P. Wilson, 89 
CUMBERLAND Roderic P. Wilson, 89, died June 2, 2000, at a Portland hospital.
Born here, he was a son of Harvey and Adeline Prince Wilson. He lived in Island Falls, Vt., until he was 12, then moved back to Cumberland and graduated from Greely High School. 
Mr. Wilson worked as road commissioner for Cumberland for eight years. He worked at the Portland Shipyard during World War II and at S.D. Warren for 29 years as a "color man," processing papers to match certain shades. 
He was a member of the Farmer's Club. 
His wife, Frances, died previously.
Surviving are a son, Brian of Poland; a sister, Virginia Ingneffo of Chicago; three grandchildren, Todd Wilson of Cumberland, Dean Wilson of Brunswick and Mark Wilson of South Portland; two stepgrandchildren and one great-grandson. 
A graveside service will be held at 1 p.m. June 18 in Universalist Cemetery, Morrison Hill, Cumberland. Arrangements are by Wilson Funeral Home, Gray. 

Paulette D. Flynn, 44 
SACO Paulette D. Flynn, 44, of West Avenue, Camp Ellis, died June 3, 2000, at Southern Maine Medical Center after a long illness. 
She was born in Biddeford, a daughter of Paul and Gertrude Martel Lamontagne, and attended Biddeford schools. She graduated from Biddeford High School in 1975.
She worked as a nurse's aide at St. Andre's Home and then as a licensed emergency medical technician for B and L Ambulance Service in Portland for 6 years.
On April 24, 1982, she married Michael D. Flynn in South Portland.
Mrs. Flynn last worked at Southern Maine Medical Center for five years, retiring in 1993 due to ill health.
She was a member of the Camp Ellis Fire Department Auxiliary.
Surviving are her husband of 18 years, Michael D. Flynn of Camp Ellis, Saco; a son, Christopher P. Flynn of Hawaii; a daughter, Melanie G. Lambert of Biddeford; her parents of Biddeford; four sisters, Fernande Dyer of Portland, Denise Tardiff of Brunswick, Elaine Tito of Saco and Monique Lamontagne of Kennebunk; and two grandchildren.
Visiting hours will be held from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Hope Memorial Chapel, 480 Elm St., Biddeford. A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 9 a.m. Tuesday at Most Holy Trinity Church. Burial will be in Laurel Hill Cemetery. 

Helen W. Tolson, 80 
WINDHAM Helen W. Tolson, 80, of Sandbar Road died June 3, 2000, in a Portland hospital.
She was born in Portland, a daughter of Loring H. and Anna Pearson Wallace, and attended Portland schools.
She was a homemaker all of her life and had lived here for the past nine years, coming from Standish. 
She enjoyed country and western music, crocheting, animals and growing plants.
Her husband, Carl L. Tolson, died in 1982.
Surviving are a daughter, Claudia M. Stinnett of Gray; an adopted son, George L. Tolson of North Carolina; a sister, Nellie Dubreuil of Windham; two brothers, Ernest R. Wallace of Winterport and Clinton H. Wallace of Utah; and a grandson, Jonathan L. Tolson of Pennsylvania.
There will be no visiting hours. A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Dolby Funeral Chapel, 434 River Road. Burial will follow in Riverside Cemetery, Cornish. 

Emeline P. Merrill, 89 
BRUNSWICK Emeline P. Merrill, 89, of Jordan Avenue died June 3, 2000, at Mid Coast Hospital.
She was born in Bristol, a daughter of Harrison and Annie Munro Marsh, and attended Bristol schools. 
She married Earl Merrill in North Conway, N.H., in January 1932. He died in 1959.
She lived in North Conway prior to moving here in 1942.
Mrs. Merrill was employed at The Times Record for many years, retiring in 1965. 
She was a member of the 55 Plus Club and Bath Coasters.
A son, M. Heinie Merrill, died Oct. 30, 1999.
Surviving are a daughter, Joyce E. Breder of Cranberry, N.J.; two sons, Wayne R. Merrill of Brewer and Carl H. Merrill of South Harpswell; a sister, Hazel Allan of North Conway, N.H.; 13 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. 
Visiting hours will be held from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at Brackett Funeral Home, 29 Federal St., followed by a funeral service at 11 a.m. Tuesday at First Parish Church, Maine Street, with the Rev. Dr. William C. Imes officiating. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery. 

Agnes Kenovan Johnson, 90 
BIDDEFORD Agnes Kenovan Johnson, 90, of Meetinghouse Road died June 2, 2000, at the Kennebunk Nursing Home. 
She was born in Clyde Bank, Scotland, a daughter of Thomas and Catherine MacFarlane Kenovan, went to Canada in 1916 and attended schools in Montreal until the 12th grade. 
She worked for 10 years in the head office of Northern Electric Canada. She came to Biddeford in 1933.
She was appointed by four governors to the Highway Safety Commission and served for over 20 years. She was past local and district deputy and state president for the Parent-Teacher Association. She was a life member of the National Parent-Teacher Association, and also legal chairman of the organization. 
She was also legal chairman for the Maine Federal Woman's Club and the York County Retired Teachers Association. She was a two-time past president of the Thursday Club and served several times as matron of the Order of the Eastern Star. She also was a member of the American Association of Retired People. 
Mrs. Johnson was a 50-year active member of the Foss Street United Methodist Church. 
Her husband, Robert Johnson, died in 1982.
Surviving are two sons, H. Miller Johnson of Gorham and Lloyd of Biddeford.
A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. June 11 at Cornerstone Methodist Church, Saco, with the Rev. Irvin Koelker officiating. Arrangements are by Dennett, Craig and Pate, Saco.


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