Obituaries for Thursday, October 31, 2019


OAKLAND – Edwin H. Brown, 70, passed away Thursday, October 3, 2019, at his home in Oakland. He was born November 18, 1948, in Oakland, the son of Edward and Marguerite (Collar) Brown.

He graduated from Williams High School, in Oakland, in 1968, and was employed for many years in the railroad industry as a rail maintenance technician and carpenter. He enjoyed tying flies, fly fishing, hunting and four-wheeling.

Edwin is survived by his wife of 21 years, Kathy Brown, of Oakland; daughter, Amy Theriault and husband Roland, of Sidney; son, Edwin Robert Brown, of Oakland; step-daughter, Michelle Dudley and husband Pete, of Virginia; two sisters, Leota Clark and husband Robert, of Oakland, Marylou Maheu and husband Raymond, of Oakland; brother, Theodore Brown and wife Jean, of Oakland: four granddaughters, Britney Rideout and husband Jared, of Oakland, Brandi Lane and husband Clark, of Smithfield; Rylee Taylor, of Missouri, Arlei Dudley, of Virginia; four grandsons, Austin Brown, of Augusta, Logan Dudley, of Hallowell, Kody Dudley, of Virginia, Noah Dudley, of Virginia; a great-granddaughter, Adriana Hague, of Oakland; a great-grandson, Chase Rideout, of Oakland; several nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers, friends wishing may make donations in Edwin’s memory C/O Kathy Brown, 16 Greeley Street, Oakland, ME 04963.

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


WATERVILLE — Virginia “Ginny” Roy Belanger, 88, passed away peacefully on Thursday, October 3, 2019. Virginia was born in Waterville on April 4, 1931, the daughter of Harry and Lena Roy.

Virginia was a lifelong resident of Winslow and active member of St. John the Baptist Church where she enjoyed singing in the choir for many years.

Ginny worked 30 years for the town of Winslow School Superintendent and volunteered 17 years at MaineGeneral Medical Center – Waterville Campus.

She had an infectious laugh and sense of humor. Ginny enjoyed spending time with her family, walking, playing cards, and baking. Her chocolate chip cookies were legendary.

She is predeceased by her parents; her husband, Laurent Belanger; infant daughter, Deborah; three brothers, and two sisters.

She is survived by her children, Barbara Page, South Portland, Brenda (Jim) Bird, Bonita, California, Jeffrey (Karen) Belanger, Tuscumbia, Alabama, Jane (Jim) Kiser, Hampden, Michael (Kelly) Belanger, Wilton, New Hampshire; 10 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren across the United States; her sister, Joyce Roy, Augusta; many nieces, nephews and cousins.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. on Nov. 22, 2019 at St. John the Baptist Church, 21 Monument Street, Winslow. A reception will follow at the Elks Club, 76 Industrial Street.

An online guest book may be signed and condolences expressed at

In lieu of flowers a memorial gift may be made to MaineGeneral Hospice, P.O. Box 282, Waterville, ME 04901, Sunset Home of Waterville, 114 College Ave., Waterville, ME 04901, or Alzheimer’s Association, at


SOUTH CHINA — James P. Austin, 69, of South China, passed away Thursday, October 10, 2019. Jim was born in Hallowell on December 12, 1949, son of Sumner and Clara Austin.

He was a bus driver for many years for the China school department then went on to work for Employment Specialists of Maine before retirement.

Jim spent his final years with his significant other, JoAnn “Jodi” Small. They had a wonderful life together, living as a team. He loved to work around the yard and tinker on automobiles. Jim enjoyed making others laugh and feel happy.

Jim was predeceased by his parents, Sumner and Clara. He was also predeceased by his brother, Sumner “Skip” Austin, his sisters, Judith Austin (infant) Barbara Austin, Beverly Austin, Bette Taylor, and Jaqueline Austin.

He is survived by his former wife, Sharon Laliberte (August 1972 – July 1991) with whom they had his only son, James “Jim” Austin; nephew, Anthony “Tony” Austin, of Augusta, Donald Austin and his wife, Lisa, of Augusta, and his niece, Stacie Austin, of Standish; and his only grandchild, Gabriel James Austin.

The family will be holding a private service for Jim at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, please send a donation in a loved one’s name to Alfond Center for Cancer Care.


WATERVILLE — Geraldine “Gerry” Helen Michaud, 77, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, October 15, 2019, at MaineGeneral Rehab and Nursing Center at Glenridge. Geraldine was born on October 2, 1942, to Merrill and Pearl (Frost) Safford.

Geraldine graduated from Waterville High School in 1962 where she was a member of the Drill Team and FHA. She was a member of Notre Dame Catholic Church, in Waterville, where she was part of the rosary sodality. Geraldine worked in the laundry at MaineGeneral Medical Center, in Waterville, for 10 years. She also worked as a Nanny for 16 years. Geraldine also liked to spend time crocheting, baking cookies, knitting, playing cards, and camping. Geraldine loved being with her family and opened her home every Friday night to friends and family for, “Family Night.” Geraldine never judged anyone and always had a listening ear.

Geraldine is survived by her husband, Ronald Michaud; son, Steve Michaud and his wife Angelique, daughters, Deborah Smith and her husband James, Michelle Ruhlin and her husband Christopher, Rhonda DeRosby and her husband Paul; brother, Larry Safford and his wife Athea, sister Mabelle Miller; and her grandchildren, Makayla Michaud, Jamie and Justine Smith, Ethan and Eleanor Ruhlin, and Jessop, Kaysie and Rylee Derosby. She is also survived by several nieces and nephews.

Geraldine was predeceased by her parents, Merrill and Pearl (Frost) Safford; and her sister, Marylin Safford.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 9 a.m. on November 9, 2019, at Notre Dame Catholic Church, 116 Silver Street, Waterville. There will be a gathering after the Mass in the church hall that all are invited to attend.

Burial will take place in the Maine Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 163 Mt. Vernon Road, Augusta at 2 p.m. on November 12, 2019. Arrangements are under the direction and care of Gallant Funeral Home, 10 Elm Street, Waterville.

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


WINSLOW — Charlie D. Wilson, Jr. , passed away unexpectedly Thursday, October 17, 2019. He was born July 1, 1969, the son of the late Charles D. Wilson Sr. and Betty A. Wilson.

Charlie loved his dogs, walks in the woods, disc golf and his amazing disc golf community. Music and dancing were his passion but his greatest happiness came from “Bertha,” his Harley Davidson. He loved his wind therapy most and let’s not forget the tattoos.

He was predeceased by his beloved father, Charles D. Wilson Sr.; and brother Kevin Wilson.

He is survived by his wife, Lisa A. Wilson; his four children, Victoria Evans and husband Brady Evans, Cameron Wilson and wife Shena Wilson, Falyn Darge and partner Bill County and co-parent and friend Will Darge, Faith Wilson and partner Richard Clayton; ten grandchildren, Kaylynn, Jada, Autumn, Avah, Lillyannah, Isabella, Adam, Lil’ Richard, Raistlyn and Elora; his mother Betty A. Wilson; sister Serena Trask and husband Bob Trask, sister Tammy Kincaid and husband Brian Kincaid; and mother-in-law Roseanna Belanger; several aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.


FAIRFIELD — Edward Perry Beckett, 91, of Fairfield, passed away peacefully on Thursday, October 17, 2019, in Augusta. Edward was born in Waterville on June 22, 1928, the son of George Beckett and Charlotte (Theriault) Beckett.

He attended school in Fort Fairfield, joining the U.S. Navy before graduating. He proudly served in the U.S. Navy as a deep-sea salvage diver during World War II and the Korean War, receiving an honorable discharge in May 1955.

Edward spent many years in the furniture business, starting a large retail store in Fort Fairfield, Beckett’s New and Used Furniture. Later he opened a mattress store in Waterville.

He had his pilot’s license and his own plane. He enjoyed flying to the Bahamas.

Being an ardent animal lover, he supported humane societies, and gave many dogs a very happy life. After retiring he gave his caring ways to people, volunteering many years for Meals on Wheels.

He is survived by his cousins, Robert McKechnie, Floralie Ellis, and Jean Cubbage; as well as many second cousins.

A private service will be held at Maine Veterans Memorial Cemetery.

An online guestbook may be signed and memories shared at

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


FAIRFIELD – Tammy C. (Williams) Fortier, 52, passed away Saturday, October 19, 2019, at her home, in Fairfield. She was born December 8, 1966, in Waterville, the daughter of Richard and Jean (Willette) Williams.

She was educated in the schools of Fairfield and graduated from Lawrence High School, in Fairfield, in 1985. She continued her education at Kennebec Valley Technical Institute, in Fairfield, and graduated in 1986 as a Licensed Practical Nurse. She was employed at Mount St. Joseph Nursing Home, in Waterville, for 35 years.

Tammy enjoyed crocheting, boating, camping, fishing, puzzles, motorcycling, and being with family.

Tammy is survived by her children, Chad Bagley and partner Vanessa, Erica Smith and husband Barrett, Samantha Steward and husband Todd; parents, Richard Williams III and partner Melody; mother, Jean Nawfel and husband Kenneth; grandchildren Mikey, Molly and Karmyn; brothers, Bruce Williams and wife Melissa, Thomas Williams and wife Elizabeth and Devon Weeks; life-long friend, Edward Fortier; nieces and nephews, Christin, Robert, Mya, Alea; many aunts and uncles.

She was predeceased by grandparents, Richard and Norma Williams Jr., and Norman and Luona Willette Jr.; step-father, Thomas Bailey; and two uncles, Stanley Samson and Claude Willette.

A memorial service will be held Saturday, November 2, 2019 at 10 a.m., at the Fairfield Methodist Church, Rtes. 104 & 23, Fairfield, followed by a graveside service at Tozier Cemetery, then to return to the church for a potluck style celebration of life. Those able to bring a dish, please contact one of her children.

In lieu of flowers, friends wishing may make donations in Tammy’s memory to Bob Smilie Pancreatic Cancer Memorial Fund, 305 Nason Road, Shatleigh, ME 04076, (207) 459-6434 or

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


OAKLAND — Louis Ludger LeMay, 96, passed away on Sunday, October 20, 2019. Louis was born July 31, 1923, in Harpswell, to Grace (Moody) and Edgar LeMay.

He was home schooled his first two years by his mother, second through eighth in Harpswell Public Schools, and graduated from Brunswick High School in 1940. Louis worked at Torrey Roller Bushing Works, in Bath, until 1943. He then joined the U.S. Navy, where he was assigned to an LCI #147; which he picked up in Oregon and was stationed in the Pacific Theater until being discharged in December 1945.

He met the love of his life, Thalia Bailey, two days before he shipped out to the Pacific. Their love grew through letters written during these two years. They were married June 27, 1946, and celebrated their 73rd wedding anniversary this year. Many of their first years on Sundays were spent at the baseball field where he and his brothers had a team. He started LeMay’s Service, Inc., in 1955 and retired from there in 1985. For the next 20 years they wintered in Largo, Florida, and came home to their cottage on North Pond, in Smithfield. He was an active shuffleboard champion, bowler and bingo caller. He also was an avid Red Sox fan. They enjoyed their travels to Switzerland, England, Scotland, Wales, the cruises to the Caribbean, several trips to Hawaii, and almost all 50 states.

Louis was predeceased by his mother and father; his brothers, Arnold (Virginia) and their daughter Nancy, Joseph (Dorothy) their daughter, Kathleen and grandson, Tommy; his sisters, Dora and son-in-law Philip Bibber, and Lillian (Daniel) and their son, Daniel Jr.; and son-in-law, James Murray.

He is survived by his wife, Thalia; his daughter, Julianne; his son, Steven (Daphne), their daughter Jessica (Owain) and their son Joshua; two great-granddaughters, Bronwyn and Addien; nieces, Carol, Donna Lee (Norm) and Judith (Rob) and one nephew, Tim (Linda); eight grandnieces and nephews; and several great-grandnieces and nephews.

There will be no visiting hours. Graveside services will be at the Hillcrest Cemetery, in Harpswell, for the immediate family. The family extends an invitation to family and friends to stop at their home at 102 Fairfield St. at any time.

An online guestbook may be signed, and memories shared at

Arrangements are by Wheeler Funeral Home & Cremation Care, 26 Church St., Oakland.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the:VA Togus SpringsHospice Unit1 VA CenterAugusta, ME 04330.


OAKLAND — John Audet, 71, lost his battle with lung cancer Sunday, October 20, 2019, Springbrook Center, in Westbrook.

John graduated from Waterville High school, class of 1967, and worked from his teenage years until his retirement in the mailroom of the Waterville Morning Sentinel. John loved animals and was very interested in pipe organs and their history. He had an active imagination and was mechanically gifted, building a unique motorized cycle, at the age of 8 or 9, from a junk bicycle frame and a discarded lawnmower engine.

John was predeceased by his parents, Vincent and Martha Audet, of Waterville.

He is survived by his sister, Sylvia O’Neal, of East Hartford, Connecticut; his brothers, Thomas, of Westbrook, and Michael, of Scarborough. John will also be missed by his good friend, Anthony Johnston, of Oakland. There will be no services per his request


WATERVILLE — Robert James Godfrey, 92, passed away on Tuesday, October 22, 2019. Robert “Bob” was born on April 1, 1927, in Litchfield, to Roland and Leona Fish Godfrey.

He was a graduate of Litchfield Academy in 1944 and loved to note that he graduated third in his class….out of five students! He enlisted in the United States Navy prior to graduation to serve in World War II. In the U.S. Navy, Bob served aboard the U.S.S. Tarawa, an aircraft carrier that patrolled the eastern coast of the United States.

Following the war, Bob worked at Park Motor Mart, in Auburn, the town of Freeport, the Maine Department of Transportation, Farrah Brown, in Augusta, and Beneficial Finance Company, initially in Gardiner, then transferring to Waterville as manager. He remained at Beneficial Finance until 1968 when he joined the Harry J. Smith Company, an automobile and truck service garage, in Waterville.

A highlight of Bob’s career was working at and owning the Harry J. Smith Company, in Waterville. He began work at Harry J. Smith’s in 1968 and became co-owner in 1972. He co-owned the garage until 1980 when he became sole owner until his retirement in 1988. He was proud of leading a tremendous group of individuals who he often claimed were the best group of mechanics north of Boston.

His mild manner, generosity, and calming influence benefited all who worked with him at 13 Sanger Avenue.

In 1948, he met Nancy True ,of Monmouth, while she worked one summer at Tacoma Lakes, in Litchfield. On June 4, 1951, they were married in Monmouth and celebrated with a honeymoon to Québec, driving off to their destination in a 1941 Plymouth.

Bob and Nancy settled initially in Litchfield above True’s General Store. In 1958, they moved to Oakland where they raised their three children, Faye, Peter, and Paul. Their first house was on Waterville Road and they remained at this location until they had a new home built on the Belgrade Road in 1975. Building a new home was an exciting time for everyone. This home was a source of pride and joy to Bob and Nancy. He loved to take care of his yard, mowing the lawn and puttering in the garage. Neighbors and family often claimed that you could eat your meals off of the garage floor because it was so clean. He would constantly fill the many bird feeders around the yard and made sure that the U.S. and state of Maine flags were proudly displayed on the flagpole. Bob and Nancy remained at this location until 2005 when they moved to Rosswood Green condominiums on the Country Club Road, in Oakland. He enjoyed this location as he was given a reprieve from yard work but happily picked up numerous golf balls that strayed into their yard. Their last move was to Park Residences in Waterville in 2017. Bob’s last few months were at the Lakewood Continuing Care Facility, Moonlight Bay unit, in Waterville.

Bob loved to travel. He and Nancy traveled extensively, especially in retirement. They traveled to Canada, England, Europe, Hawaii, many Caribbean islands and all across the United States, much of which was either in their camper or motor homes. They traveled to almost all the states in this country, each time returning with amazing pictures and stories of the sites they had seen. Their family dog Ginger accompanied them on many of these camping trips. Many winters were spent in either Florida or Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Special activities included square dancing in the 1970s as members of the Central Maine Square dancers where he and Nancy traveled and participated in several square-dancing events. The entire family enjoyed snowmobiling for many years and numerous cold winter weekends were spent snowmobiling with family and friends to Rangeley and East Carey Pond. Bob was also an avid candlepin bowler on the Harry J. Smith team, an average team always having an above average time on the lanes.

First and foremost, he loved his family and spending time with them. He had a great sense of humor and shared that with all who were close to him.

He loved to volunteer, spending more than a decade volunteering for Meals on Wheels, Evening Sandwich Program and at the Osteopathic Hospital, in Waterville. His gift was his ability to talk with people. He was an active member of the First Congregational Church, in Waterville, where he served as a deacon and on the finance committee for many years. Robert was also a member of the Waterville Lions Club. Finally, he was a proud member of the Masonic Lodge of Maine, Morning Star Lodge No. 41, serving as master for many years. At the time of his death, he was the oldest living past master with over 70 years of service.

He is survived by his wife of 68 years, Nancy; his children, Faye Trafton and her husband Gary, of Manchester, Peter and his wife Cheryl, of Oakland, Paul and his wife Mary, of Cape Elizabeth. Also surviving Bob are his grandchildren, Heather, Sara, Samantha, Dana, Ali, Adam, and Marianna; and his great-grandchildren Logan, Piper, Cameron, Wyatt, Valentina, Bentley, Giovanni, and Eleanor; his sister, Joann Deming, of California, sisters-in-law, Eleanor Godfrey, of Oakland and Noella Safford, of Monmouth; brothers-in-law, Norton True, of Gardiner, Gary Safford, of Monmouth, and Lewis Gustin, of Greene.

He was predeceased by his brother Elwin, of Oakland.

There will be no visiting hours at the family’s request. A celebration of Bob’s life will be held at the First Congregational Church in Waterville at 7 Eustis Parkway, on Saturday, November 30 at 2 p.m. A reception will be held immediately following the celebration.

An online guestbook may be signed, and memories shared at

Arrangements are by Wheeler Funeral Home & Cremation Care, 26 Church St., Oakland.

In lieu of flowers, please feel free to donate to the Waterville Meals-on-Wheels program, Bob’s favorite charity, in his name, care of the Muskie Community Center, 38 Gold St., Waterville, ME 04901.


WATERVILLE — Grace M. Pope, 84, passed away at her Waterville residence on Tuesday, October 22, 2019. She was born in Fairfield on April 23, 1935, the daughter of the late Everett and Villa (Green) Otis.

Grace graduated from Lawrence High School, in Fairfield, and would get together with some of her former classmates on a monthly basis.

She married Robert W. Pope on December 6, 1959, and the couple shared many wonderful years together until his passing on April 27, 2011.

Grace was a very devoted caregiver to many. She was a caretaker to her father-in-law during his elder years and treated her daughter’s friends as though they were her own children. They were always welcomed into her home.

She enjoyed reading, music and writing letters to her family.
Besides her parents, she was predeceased by her sister, Pauline “Polly” Lougee and her brothers, George, Ernest, and Arthur Otis.

Grace is survived by her daughter, Louann Pope of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina; her sisters, Ella Christensen, and Laurel “Lolly” Perry, her brothers, Raymond and Arnold “Butch” Otis; and several nieces and nephews.

Burial will follow at Pine Grove Cemetery, in Belgrade.

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, memorial donations may be made to the Humane Society Waterville Area, 100 Webb Rd., Waterville, ME 04901.


FAIRFIELD – Albert J. Potelle, 85, passed away on Tuesday, October 22, 2019, following a long illness. Albert was born August 3, 1934, the son of Julian and Emeria Potelle and was the last of eight brothers and sisters.

Albert was a devout Catholic Christian spending every day saying the Rosary, Divine Mercy Chaplet, and other prayers for his family and anyone that needed them. He enjoyed nature, having been an avid hunter and fisherman in his younger years. He was a “Jack of all trades” having an innate ability to fix most things without ever being shown how.

He is survived by his wife, Kathleen Potelle; and five children, Penny Harkins, John Potelle, David Potelle, Dan Potelle and Efram Potelle; many grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

An online guestbook may be signed, and memories shared at

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


WINSLOW — Lawrence J. (Larry) Landry, 85, passed away on Wednesday, October 23. 2019, at his home, in Winslow. Law­rence was born in Waterville on June 21, 1934, to Felecite Gi­roux Landry and Henry (Babe) Landry.

He did all of his schooling in Winslow. He was employed by First National Grocery Store for 19 years, after which he went into his own business owning a franchise for Pepperidge Farm Bread and Rolls. After selling this business, he and his wife established and built a good business known as LJL Pizza Supply Co., Inc. located on Kennedy Memorial Drive, in Waterville, serving New England states and Canada with several sizes of pizza shells, breads, and rolls produced in their wholesale bakery. They also established a retail shop at the same location. The business was sold in 1985.

Larry at one time was a member of the Knights of Columbus, a past member of the Waterville Elks Club and the Waterville Country Club.

He married the former Carmen Languet, of Waterville, on May 30, 1956. He was drafted in 1957 and served in the Army from 1957-1959.

He is survived by his wife of 63 years; sons, Stephen and wife Dawn, of Biddeford, Paul, of Winslow, Anthony (Tony) and wife Celeste, of Milford, Massachusetts; grandsons Derek and wife Jessica, of Oakland, Donald and girlfriend Lexie, of Biddeford, and granddaughter Elise, of Milford, Massachusetts; geat-grandchildren Julian, Keira, and Jaxson, of Oakland; his brothers Jerome and Shirley Landry, of Winslow, Valmond and Elizabeth Landry, of Winslow; and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

He was predeceased by his parents and Godson Peter Landry.

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

In lieu of flowers kindly consider a gift to: Peter Landry Memorial Fund, c/o St. John School, 15 South Garand St., Winslow, ME 04901.


VASSALBORO — Ronald A. Weeks, 86, died Wednesday, October 23, 2019, at the Veterans Adminis­tration Medical Regional Office Center, at Togus, following a long illness. He was born in Richmond on February 8, 1933, a son of the late Lin­wood A. and Pearl E. (Dunbar) Weeks.

Mr. Weeks was a graduate of Richmond High School and spent a year at preparatory school at Kent’s Hill. He earned two bachelor’s degrees, one from Bryant College and one from Ricker College.

He joined the Army Air Corps and spent 18 months in Korea.

He came back from overseas and was later signed by the Boston Red Sox.

He had been employed for over 25 years at Blouin Motors, in Augusta, retiring as a vice-president and general sales manager.

Mr. Weeks was a communicant of St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church, in Augusta, and was a member of the Masonic Lodge, Kora Temple Shriners and twice past commander of the American Legion Post #132.

He was an avid hunter, and fisherman and a retired Maine guide. He enjoyed watching his favorite team, the Patriots, play football.

He was predeceased by his wife, Anne. M. (Patrick) Weeks; and two brothers, Arnold and Shelton Tesh.

Mr. Weeks is survived by his son, Wayne L. Weeks, of Vassalboro, his daughter, Rhonda K. Picard and her husband, Robert, of Vassalboro; six grandchildren, Amanda Archer, Robert Picard II, Sheena Weeks, Randy Picard, Rona Little, and Wayne Weeks II; 14 great-grandchildren, Damian, Deacan, Deanna, Destiny, Ava, Kaylene, Madison, Addy, Morgan, Madelyn, Mya, Carter, Gage and Audrey; and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Condolences, photos and stories may be shared at

Those who desire may make memorial donations in Ronald’s name to: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, Tennessee 39105.


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