She was an avid wrestler in high school winning the regional tournament and qualifying for the state championship tournament.Kateleen enjoyed having a good time spending time with friends and family and making them laugh as well as spending time with the residents while at work.He was also was very skilled with his crossbow and enjoyed teaching this art to his daughter, Mc Kinley.ã€€ã€€Rick made a number of amazing friends over the past 8 months from Maine to Boston and was grateful for all the support of his “angels”.Later they owned and operated overnight camps in Topsham, Maine.After selling out May moved to Auburndale, FL, but continued to work at jobs helping others, including cosmetic work with local funeral directors.They lived in New Vineyard village until together in 1933 they purchased a farm and raised beef cattle on a nice 300 acre farm in New Vineyard Basin, while also working fulltime in F. From 1945 to 1950 they owned and operated Redington Pond Camps.
Dixie Juanita Nightingale, 70, of Farmington formerly of New Sharon, passed away Thursday, September 2, 2010 at Edgewood Rehabilitation and Living Center in Farmington. She was educated in the schools of Oakland and graduated from Williams High in 1958. She was a member of The Red Hat Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, Mount Philip Grange in Rome, and T. of Temple; a great grandchild Ezra Theriault; three step great granchildren Sabrina, Caitlin, and Rebecka Kennedy; two sisters Jo-Ann Holt and Rita Nadeau; three brothers Glendon, Wayne, and Lennis Holt; several nieces, nephews, and cousins.Kateleen Joan Roberts, 21, of Industry, passed away on the 3rd of July 2010.Kateleen was born on the 9th of May 1989 at Franklin Memorial Hospital to Steven and Valerie Roberts of Industry. Blue High School in 2007 as a Certified Nursing Assistant and has been working at Orchard Park Rehab and Living Center ever since.She excelled in school, first the Pratt Corner School and later the Village School in New Vineyard, Maine.She married Clifton Willis Bradley on May 15, 1929. From 1939 to 1945 they spent summers on Saddleback Mountain in Rangeley, Maine watching for forest fires.