Sandra A. Nieman, 55, of Boothbay, passed away June 15 at her home with her loving husband by her side.
Alan James Campbell, known as AJ to a wide circle of friends, passed away on June 15, in Boothbay Harbor, 15 days before his 76th birthday.
Arthur Everett Jones, 100, passed away on the afternoon of Monday, June 11 at the LincolnHealth – Miles Campus in Damariscotta. Arthur was born in Damariscotta Mills on April 3, 1918, the son of Melrose Jones and Eola Jackson Jones.
A memorial celebration for Celia W. Mohr, who passed away April 25, will be held at 12 p.m., Sat., June 23 at her home on Muscongus Road, Bremen.
Thomas Wriggins III, 76, of Nobleboro, passed away June 4 at his home. He was born Jan. 31, 1942 in Philadelphia, Penn. to Thomas and Adah (Horton) Wriggins Jr.
Kathy Packard-Hastings, 58, passed away unexpectedly on June 13 at Maine Medical Center in Portland with her family by her side. She was born on Aug. 27, 1959, to Joseph Packard and Nancy (Lewis) Packard in Rockland.
Roger W. Ralph, 84, passed away on June 11 at The Sussman House in Rockport. He was born the son of Willis A. Ralph and Gertrude T. (Burns) Ralph on Jan. 18, 1934 in Waldoboro.
Joanne Ferrante, 87, of Newcastle, passed away on the morning of June 12 at the LincolnHealth—Miles Campus in Damariscotta. Born on Feb. 1, 1931, she was married to Duane Ferrante for over 69 years.
James G. Beaton, 83, of Pemaquid, passed away on the evening of June 4 at the Maine Veterans Home in Augusta. Jim was born in Boston, Mass. on Oct. 22, 1934, to John and Laura (McKay) Beaton.
Isabelle Levin Manahan, a beloved freshman at Lincoln Academy, passed away last Friday afternoon, June 8, in a car accident. She’s survived by her parents, Bryan Manahan and Carrie Levine, and her older brother, Aidan.
William Alan Cumming, of Wiscasset, passed away at his home surrounded by family on June 9. He was born on July 14, 1934 in Presque Isle to John Anson and Emilie (Elliott) Cumming.
Arthur E. Jones, 100, of Nobleboro, passed away on the afternoon of June 11 at the LincolnHealth – Miles Campus. Born in Nobleboro on April 3, 1918, he was the son of Melrose and Eola (Jackson) Jones, and the husband of the late Faith Jones.
Esther (Baldwin) Swift was ‘Aunt Esther’ to virtually everyone she knew, including her 37 nieces and nephews, all of the young people she fostered in Girl Scouts—and even the waitresses at Nobleboro’s ‘Reunion Station,’ Esther’s favorite restaurant.
Donald E. Eugley, 88, passed away on June 9 at his home after a long illness with his beloved family by his side.