OBITUARIES for Thursday, August 6, 2020


FAIRFIELD – Bruce A. Alley, 70, of Fairfield, passed away at his home on Saturday, July 18, 2020. Bruce was born June 26, 1950, in Waterville, the son of Eugene and Hazel (Reid) Alley, of Fairfield.

He attended school in Fairfield and graduated from Lawrence High School in 1969, becoming the first person in his family to do so.

Upon his graduation he was accepted into the brick mason’s apprentice program following in the footsteps of his grandfather, father and five uncles. He went to work for H. B. Cummings working on major construction projects in New England. After serving three years as an apprentice he came home and struck out on his own. Bruce built many a pair of brick steps and wood burning fireplaces, now a nearly lost art, in the area. He was the mason contractor on several larger projects in the area and his work can be seen today on buildings such as the Fairfield Police Department and Skowhegan Savings Bank’s headquarters, in Skowhegan.

After beginning a family, he decided to become a police officer, something that had interested him since high school. He spent time on the island of Vinal Haven as an officer. He became the chief of police in Union and worked as an officer in Norridgewock.

In 1983 he was one of the founding partners of Gene’s Market, in Fairfield, helping to establish the business before opening his own store, Gene’s II, also in Fairfield.

In 2000 he went to work as a security officer at the Thayer Unit of MaineGeneral Medical Center, in Waterville, and retired from there in 2012. After retirement he continued to work as security officer at the Maine Revenue Service, in Augusta. For the past two years he has been working for SAD #49 as a bus monitor.

Bruce will always be remembered for his laugh. He was always the first to laugh at any joke including his own. He loved little children, horses, high school sports, Elvis, the New England Patriots and Fox News.

What he liked about his last job as a bus monitor was being around the kids. Some of his happiest years were spent on the family farm on Western Avenue, riding horses with his brother on the 100 acres his parents owned there. He always knew the outcome of the Friday night football game. He knew every Elvis song and movie. He was also a big fan of the New England Patriots. He had to watch the games by himself as he didn’t want to be interrupted by anything or anyone while the game was on. He could tell you what was on the Fox News channel at every time of day and who was the host.

Bruce is survived by his three daughters, Kami Alley, of Benton, Kathy Alley and her partner Thad Fales, of Fairfield, and Brooke Alley and her partner Gary Page, of Skowhegan; three granddaughters, Makayla Alley and Hunter Mercier, all of Fairfield. Savanna Alley, of Richland, North Carolina, for whom he held a special place in his heart,;one grandson, Korbin Page, of Skowhegan; brother David Alley and his wife Jeanne, of Albion; sister Kathy Tingley and her husband Frank, of Belgrade; special cousin Steven Reid, of Bethel, Connecticut; and many other nieces, nephews and cousins.

There will be a private burial service for immediate family members at a later date.

An online guestbook may be signed, and memories shared at

Arrangements are by Lawry Brothers Funeral & Cremation Care, 107 Main St., Fairfield.


WATERVILLE – Ralph Michael “Mike” Dickey, 65, of Waterville went home to be with Jesus on July 20, 2020, in Deblois. He was born on April 3, 1955, to Ralph and Marilyn Dickey, of Waterville.

Mike was a kind, happy, and gentle man deeply loved by those closest to him. The legacy he leaves behind is filled with kindness, generosity, and humility. He was always willing to help others and never expected anything in return. He had a quiet and gentle disposition and was liked by everyone he met. Mike was a hard-working and loyal husband, father, and friend.

He was a long time member of Winslow Baptist Church.

Mike is survived by wife, Linda Dickey; daughter, Amanda Smith and her husband, Matt, of North Carolina; and son, Zach Dickey and his wife Natasha, of Waterville; as well as five grandchildren, Roman, Colin, and Lucy Smith and Dashiell and Sebastian Dickey.

He is survived by his sisters, Brenda York, of Oakland, Cheri Dickey, of Clinton, and brother Chuck and wife Carolee Dickey, of Albion.

He was predeceased by his parents, Ralph and Marilyn Dickey; and his brother, Calvin Dickey.

A memorial service will be held at Centerpoint Community Church on Saturday, August 1 at 10 a.m. with an outdoor reception to follow.


WINSLOW – Clarence Vincent “Ky” Paquet, 86, passed away on Monday, July 20, 2020, at Northern Light Inland Hospital, in Waterville. Clarence was born June 29, 1934, in Winslow, to Emile and Florence (Masse) Paquet.

He attended Winslow schools and graduated from Winslow High School in 1953. He married Yvette Languette, of Waterville, at the Sacred Heart Church, in Waterville, in 1967.

He proudly served his country in the United States Army and received a good conduct medal. He was stationed at several bases across the country including: Fort Williams, Maine; Fort Dix, New Jersey; and Fort Yukon, Alaska. It was in the Army where Ky honed his talent in auto body repair, a skill he first learned at his Uncle Leon “Hook” Masse’s garage, on Sand Hill, in Winslow.

For many years, Ky worked as a millwright in numerous papermills throughout New England. In 1972, however, he opened Ky’s Auto Repair, in Winslow. With the help of a few friends, he cleared the land, poured the concrete slab, and built the garage where he worked for the remainder of his professional life. He took great pride in the body repair and paint work he performed, and it showed in his work.

Ky enjoyed boating and fishing with his son, attending Winslow High School football games, watching boxing, feasting on lobsters and clams, admiring and discussing classic cars, and hearing of the updates of his grandchildren. An unknown talent perhaps was his creative culinary skills, with resourceful dishes such as banana pancakes, dynamite, and hot dog spaghetti. Above all, Clarence was a devoted dad.

Ky is survived by his wife Yvette Paquet, of Winslow; son Joseph Paquet and wife Linda, of Scarborough; and grandchildren, Andrew, Emily, and Josh; one sister, Olivette Letourneau; and two brothers, Jean “Lawrence” Paquet and wife Jane, and David Paquet and wife Mary Ann.

He was predeceased by his parents Emile and Florence Paquet; daughter Rachael; five sisters and their spouses, Mariette Leavitt and husband George, Dorianne Poulin and husband Robert, Justine Dolham and husband Robert, Lizette Madore and husband Donald, Marilyn Theriault and husband Joseph, four brothers and their spouses, Maurice Paquette and wife Claudette, Marcel Paquet and wife Margaret, Camille Paquet and wife Shirley, Lionel Paquette and wife Adeline Paquette, along with brother-in-law Richard Letourneau; three nephews, John Paquet, Reginald Poulin and Terry Leavitt, and four nieces, Kathy Madore, Jean Poulin, Betty Paquet, and Brenda Paquet.

A family and friends graveside service will be held on Friday, August 7, 2020, at 10 a.m., at Togus National Cemetery, in Augusta, and will be officiated by Father James Roy M.M. The location is at 163 Mount Vernon Rd., section H. There will be a podium set up near the grave site on the day of the internment. Drive in the main entrance, proceed straight, take the first left on the paved cemetery road, and section H will be on the left. There are large granite stones with letters to mark the locations in the cemetery.

Arrangements are under the direction and care of Dan & Scott’s Cremation & Funeral Service, 445 Waterville Road, Skowhegan ME 04976.

In lieu of flowers, friends may make donations in Ky’s memory to Spectrum Generations. The vision of Spectrum Generations is to be the recognized leader in Maine for providing programs, services, and resources that enable older and disabled adults to age in the community, how they so choose, with respect, dignity, and creativity.

Donations can be made online here:

Once on the site you decide how to donate your money (which program), and to dedicate your donation in honor of a loved one.

Donations can also be mailed to Spectrum Generations, One Weston Court, Augusta, ME 04330.


CHINA – Virginia Adeline (Ireland) Bubar, 96, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, July 22, 2020, at Solstice Senior Center, in Bangor. Virginia was born in Fairfield on May 3, 1924, the daughter of the late Harold and Vinette (Wood) Ireland and grew up on a dairy farm in North Vassalboro.

Ginny was educated in North Vassalboro and graduated from Winslow High School. She went on to receive her nursing degree at Johns Hopkins, in Baltimore, Maryland, as a military nurse. She was getting ready to be shipped overseas when World War II ended.

In her early years, Ginny worked at St. Mary’s hospital, in Waterville, before falling in love and marrying Benjamin C. Bubar Jr. After marrying, they moved to Blaine where they ran the Mars Hill View, a weekly newspaper, until accepting a position to minister at the Allagash Baptist Church where they would have the only house with indoor plumbing.The locals all came to the parsonage where Ginny used her nursing skills once again. From fixing broken bones, lacerations, delivering babies, whatever the need was, Ginny was always there to give a helping hand. Payment was often in the form of vegetables, eggs, fresh venison, fish, whatever was available to the person she treated.

From Allagash, they moved back to North Vassalboro and assumed the position of running the Christian Civic League of Maine together for 35 years, working faithfully to represent the churches of the state of Maine on moral and political issues and traveling to many speaking engagements throughout Maine.

Together they raised two sons, Benjamin Calvin (Cal) and Mark Ireland Bubar who were proud to call Ginny “Ma.”

Ginny is survived by her children, Calvin Bubar and his wife Nancy, of Brewer, Mark Bubar and his wife Jackie, of Hanover, Massachusetts; five grandchildren, Amy Bubar and her partner Ben Kroetz, Heidi Bubar, Benjamin Bubar IV and his wife Brittany, Jacquelyn (Bubar) Martel and her husband Dave, and Jonathan Bubar; three great-grandchildren, Noah, Lilly and Benjamin; and several nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by her husband, the Rev. Benjamin C. Bubar, Jr., brother Richard Ireland and sister Celeste McLean.

Ginny’s graveside service was held on Friday, July 31, 2020.

An online guestbook may be signed, and memories shared at

Arrangements are by Lawry Brothers Funeral & Cremation Care, 107 Main St., Fairfield.

If you wish to remember Ginny in a special way, please give a smile to someone or donate to your local food pantry and remember to have faith in your daily life. You may also donate to Christian Civic League, 70 Sewall Ave., Augusta, ME 04330.


FAIRFIELD – Verna S. Bard, 81, of Fairfield, passed away on Wednesday, July 22, 2020, at MaineGeneral Medical Center, in Augusta. Verna was born August 12, 1938, in Waterville, the daughter of Ronaldo Michaud and Arlene (Gogan) Michaud.

After graduating from Mount Merici Academy, in Waterville, she went on to marry Peter W. Bard. The two of them raised three children together. Verna was a wonderful mother, homemaker, and business partner with her husband. She was happiest when spending time with her beloved children and grandchildren.

She also loved knitting, quilting, and made many treasures for her family and friends. Verna especially looked forward to spending Sundays with her best friend Judy as they shared their passion of knitting and quilting. It was often the highlight of her week. Everyone that knew Verna knew that her sweet tooth was almost as sweet as she was.

Verna is survived by her husband Peter Bard; daughter Gayle Merrow her husband Geoffrey, and their three children Nicole Yamaguchi and husband Yuma, Vanessa Merrow, and Ethan Merrow; her daughter Lynn Lybrook and husband Hook, and their daughter Molly Lybrook; her son Jon Bard, his wife Wendy, and their three sons Tyler Bard, Dustin Davidson, and Matthew Davidson; her siblings Elaine Proctor, Claudette Ames, and Roval Michaud; as well as many nieces and nephews.

Verna was predeceased by her parents Ronaldo and Arlene Michaud, brothers Gary and Daniel, and her foster son Larry Condon.

A Mass of Christian Burial was held at Notre Dame Catholic Church, in Waterville, on Thursday, July 30.

Arrangements under the direction and care of Dan & Scott’s Cremation & Funeral Service, 445 Waterville Road, Skowhegan ME 04976.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Humane Society Waterville Area, 100 Webb Rd., Waterville, ME 04901.


WINSLOW – Sylvanus (Snoozie) H. Kelley, 86, passed away on Friday, July 24, 2020, at home. He was born in Skowhegan on April 16, 1934, the son of the late Sylvanus and Bessie (Bickford) Kelley.

On August 10, 1957, he married the love of his life, Shirley Boulette, in Winslow. They were married for 51 years until her death on December 4, 2008.

He enlisted in the U.S. Air Force and served four years and received an honorable discharge in 1955. He worked as a boiler man for several companies throughout the state including Bob Plourde’s Plumbing and Heating, and Dirigo Waste Oil, both of Waterville. He worked up until the age of 84 and fully retired in 2018.

Sylvanus is survived by his daughter Laurie Blakeslee and her husband Clifton; a son Howard Kelley; a sister Marion Kelley; and brother Milan Kelley; two grandchildren Jennifer Blakeslee and Jamie Meredith; several great-grandchldren, Draven Boulette, Brian Meredith, Kelley Meredith and Arianna Blakeslee and his fiancée Joan Cates and family.

He was predeceased by his son John Boulette and a daughter Karen Boulette; and several brothers and sisters.

A graveside service will be conducted at 1 p.m., on Friday, August 7, 2020, in St. Francis Catholic Cemetery, 78 Grove St., Waterville.

Arrangements are under the direction and care of Gallant Funeral Home, 10 Elm St., Waterville.

An online guestbook may be signed, condolences and memories shared at


WATERVILLE – Patricia E. Poirier, 83, of Waterville, died peacefully on Friday, July 24, 2020, at Glenridge Nursing Home, in Augusta. Patricia was born on February 24, 1937, the daughter of Edna LaForest.

She married John L. Poirier in 1974 and they enjoyed 37 years of marriage.

She worked for many years at the Holiday Inn, in Waterville, where she performed different tasks that she was well-respected for such as: hostess, waitress, dishwasher, short order cook, bartender, chambermaid, laundress and whatever else was needed. Pat was a very hard worker, was well-loved by her co-workers and often took them under her wing. “Save steps and pile it high!” was her advice to the new waitresses. She was not afraid of hard work. Pat would work holidays so co-workers with children could spend time with their families. While at the Comfort Inn, she made fast friends with actors and film crew from the film Empire Falls, including Ed Harris, whom she really liked.

There was also a time that she and her husband, John, owned and operated Poirier’s Catering, where they provided delicious buffets for local events. Pat was a beano enthusiast, loved making puzzles with friends and family, and adored her cat Emily. She loved all things Christmas and had her tree up and decorated on Thanksgiving night each year.

Pat was predeceased by her husband John Poirier, her mother Edna LaForest, her sisters Priscilla Feix and June Ribbons.

She is survived by her stepdaughters Johna Chamberlain and husband Allen, Cynthia Rafuse and husband Jim, Rhonda Poirier, and Lisa Poirier Brown; seven grandchildren, Katie Chamberlain, Brad Bellows, Casey Bellows, Miranda O’Brien, Kelly McFarland, Kevin Brown, and Vincent Poirier Moore; nine great-grandchildren. A graveside service will be held on Friday, August 7, at 10 a.m., at St. Francis Catholic Cemetery, in Waterville. Due to current health recommendations, there will be no reception after the burial.

An online guestbook may be signed, and memories shared at

Arrangements are by Lawry Brothers Funeral & Cremation Care, 107 Main St., Fairfield.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Humane Society Waterville Area, 100 Webb Rd., Waterville, ME 04901.


WINSLOW – Geraldine Beryl Jackson, 100, passed away on Friday, July 25 2020. She was born in Clinton on March 25, 1920, the daughter of Carroll M. Harding (mother). Mabelle M. (Harrison) Harding.

She graduated from Waterville High School, class of 1939.

She worked for Central Maine Railroad and Barrows Transfer and Storage, in Waterville.

She loved family get togethers and playing cards and taking short day trips and eating out. She loved the color purple and was often called the purple lady!

She befriended a wild cat and named it “Murphy”. They enjoyed 11 years together.

She was predeceased by her husband of 35 years, Charles Jackson; a son Errol (Ezzie) Clement; two brothers, a sister, and three sisters-in-law.

She is survived by a daughter, Sandra Perrine and husband Donald, of Benton; a son Wendell Clement, of Winslow; 10 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren.

There will be no visiting hours. Services will be held Saturday, August 8, 2020, at 10 a.m., at the Gallant Funeral Home, 10 Elm St., Waterville.

Burial will immediately follow after the services in Pine Grove Cemetery, Waterville

An online guestbook may be signed, condolences and memories shared at

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Humane Society Waterville Area, 100 Webb Rd., Waterville, ME 04901.
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SOMERVILLE/PALERMO – Richmond Wallace Brann, 71, passed away, at the Togus VA, on Tuesday, July 28, 2020, following a brief illness. Richmond was born in Augusta on February 2, 1949, the son of Merton Brann and Mary (Sabin) Brann.

After attending Windsor School and Erskine Academy, South China, he enlisted in the U.S. Air Force at the age of 18 during the Vietnam War. He attained the rank of Sgt. E4 as a jet engine mechanic being honorably discharged in 1971 after four years of service.

Richmond spent many years living in Georgia and Florida before returning to Maine. He hiked a portion of the Appalachian Trail and climbed Mt. Katahdin twice.

He loved anything to do with the outdoors, including camping, kayaking, fishing, and working with wood. He enjoyed carving and carpentry work, especially alongside his brother Bob for the Inland Fisheries and Wildlife and at the Windsor Museum.

Nothing made Richmond happier than spending time with family and friends. One of his close neighbors commented, “Richmond is a person you just have to like.”

He was predeceased by his parents, stepfather, Lawrence French; stepsister, Dolores Witham, sister, Patricia Jones; and nephew, Nathan Brann.

He is survived by his wife, Nancy (Turner) Brann, of Palermo; grandchildren; and great-grandchildren; four brothers, David Brann and wife Molly, of Homer, Alaska, Robert Brann and wife Priscilla, of Windsor, Timothy Brann and wife Sue, of Poulsbo, Washington, Steven French and wife Jane, of Palermo; stepbrother Laurice French, of Somerville; many nephews, nieces, and cousins.

There was a public graveside service at Rest Haven Cemetery, in Windsor, on Monday, August 3, 2020.

Condolences, stories and photos may be shared at

Donations in memory of Richmond may be made to Windsor Historical Society, P.O. Box 27, Windsor, ME 04363.


WINSLOW – Bonnie Jean (Burns) Giroux, 72, of Winslow, passed away on Wednesday, July 29, 2020, following a long, courageous battle with cancer. Bonnie was born February 26, 1948, to parents George E. Burns and Clara (Mills) Burns, in Waterville.

She graduated from Lawrence High School, in Fairfield. She married her high school sweetheart Lynn Giroux, on June 24, 1967.

Bonnie worked in the accounting department at Scott Paper Company, in Winslow, for many years until they closed. She worked for a short period at Madison Paper Industries, in Madison, in the accounting department. She then worked in the finance department for MaineGeneral Medical Center, where she retired.

Bonnie loved her family and spending time with her sisters. She enjoyed playing cards with her sisters on weekends and at family retreats taking part in the annual cribbage tournament. Her experience in accounting lead to helping many in need by forming a personal budget which encouraged them to live better financially.

She volunteered at the local soup kitchen and rape crisis center. She especially loved buying for the annual giving trees that are found throughout the local community at Christmas time. She even started several giving trees at her places of employment. She loved making children happy especially at Christmas time; her family nicknamed her Nana-Claus.

She was predeceased by her father, George Burns, her mother, Clara Burns; her brother, Rodney Burns, and her sisters, Robin Burns and Linda Bartlett.

Survivors include her husband, Lynn Giroux, of Winslow; her daughters, Tamica Day and husband Steven, of Madison, and Melissa Giroux and significant other John Snowman, of Dunnellon, Florida; her grandsons, Stephen Day, of Glenburn, and Alexander Giroux, of Bangor; her great-granddaughter, Nevaeh Giroux, of Bangor; her sisters, Clara Nickerson, of Benton, Pamela Couture, of Waterville, Wendy St. Amand, of Skowhegan; as well as many nieces and nephews.

At Bonnie’s request no public service will be held.


WEEKS MILLS – Lorraine M. (Day) Casey, 87, died Thursday, July 30, 2020, at home, following a courageous battle with Alzheimer’s. She was born March 15, 1933, in Palermo, the daughter of Earl L. and Abbie E. (Bagley) Day.

Lorraine was a 1951 graduate of Erskine Academy, South China. On Aug. 4, 1951, she married the love of her life, Harold C. “Carlton” Casey and together they raised four children. She worked for the Maine Department of Education for many years, retiring in 1993.

Lorraine was a member of the South China Community Church, a member of the Lily of the Valley, Eastern Star, holding a star point; and enjoyed many years participating in the Erskine Academy minstrel shows. She loved dancing, decorating, entertaining and working in her flower gardens. She enjoyed traveling with her husband, and oftentimes with family and longtime friends, to such places as Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, the Grand Canyon, as well as other western states, including Oregon.

Lorraine was predeceased by her father, Earl Day; her mother, Abbie Heal; an infant sister, Joan Day; her brother, Dennis Day; and aunts, Daphne Cushman, Thelma Sukeforth and Florence Griffin.

She will be dearly missed by her husband of 69 years; four children, Ginger Chase, of South China, Linda Quimby and her husband, Stephen, of Orrington, Blane Casey and his wife, Kary, of South China, and Lisa Stevens and her husband, Thomas, of Newcastle; her sister, Elaine “Penny” Kay, of Happy Valley, Oregan; sister-in-law, Barbara Day, of Southwick, Massachusetts; nine grandchildren, Stacy Clark, Kari Begin, Matthew Quimby, Katie Eslin, Regan, Galen and Teagan Casey, Casey Stevens and Sarah Ward; 18 great-grandchildren, Abbie, Emily and Simon Clark, Nathan and Samuel Begin, Liam O’Halloran, Kason and Caroline Quimby, Emma Eslin, Kaden Casey, Trever Jones, Elle, Emme, Nelsen, Braelyne and Reuben Stevens, and Corie and Owen Ward; many nieces, nephews; sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law; and cousins, Eugene Sukeforth, of Wiscasset, and Gail Dodge and Dana Sukeforth, both of York.

Due to COVID-19, services will be private.

In lieu of flowers, those who wish may make a donation in Lorraine’s memory to the South China Community Church, P.O. Box 335, South China, ME 04358.


SOUTH CHINA – Stella May Glidden Farrington Sisson, 97, passed away on Monday, August 3, 2020. She was born on December 12, 1922, in Jefferson. She attended local schools and was a 1940 graduate of Erskine Academy, in South China.

She was a charter member of the American Legion Auxiliary Post #179 and a long-time member of the South China Community Church. Anyone who knew her was captivated by her sweet and kind words. Hundreds of pages could be written on what she meant to her family and friends, but everyone has their own special words to express their memories and love for her.

She leaves behind sons Wayne Farrington, his wife Gloria, Neil Farrington, his wife Doreen, granddaughters Ashli Farrington Hussey, her husband Robert, and Ashley Farrington. Six great-grandchildren and sister-in-law Jane Reed Farrington.

She was predeceased by her first husband, Carroll Farrington and son William; and second husband Charles Sisson.

The name Stella is the Latin word for star. As you look up to the heavens you will see that special star that will remind you of this special lady.

An announcement regarding funeral services will be determined, due to the pandemic, at a later date.


WATERVILLE – Bonnie L. Caron of Waterville, passed away on Sunday, March 22, 2020, at her home, on her 79th birthday. Bonnie had been quietly battling lung cancer since July of 2019.

During her lifetime Bonnie worked at Lipman’s Hatchery and Maine Biological’ both in Winslow. She has many fond memories of her time and co-workers and friends at both places. She spoke about all of them with such great fondness.

Bonnie enjoyed her Tuesday morning Weight Watchers group and the stories that they all shared of their struggles and their life. She also enjoyed her friends at Water Aerobics and Chair Yoga and her Saturday afternoon friends at Notre Dame Church. She had several lifelong friends that kept in touch by telephone.

She was predeceased by her parents, her sister, Sally and her husband, Robert J. Caron.

She is survived by her brother, Bill; her two children, Peggy and her husband Bill and Patrick, and their children, Amy, Ryan and Emily; three great-grandchildren, Madeline, Olan and Emmitt.

Arrangements were made by Direct Cremation of Maine.

She is buried at the Maine Veterans Cemetery, in Augusta.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to a deserving charity of your choice or reach out to someone by telephone or drop them a note in the mail. You can make such a meaningful difference in the life of someone with such a simple gesture.


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