Nickie I. (Petrencik) Jones

Hebron, ME - Nickie I. (Petrencik) Jones, 41, died in her home on Tuesday, December 5, 2017.  She was the daughter of Susan (Plourde) Petrencik of Brunswick, ME and the late Martin Petrencik Jr. 

She grew up in Lisbon, attending local area schools and was a graduate of Lisbon High School.  She worked as a self-employed interior painter for many years. 

Nickie loved the outdoors; her favorite place was Range Pond in Poland.  She had many interests, too many to count.  She did love to draw and was quite talented.  She especially enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren Skylar and Ava and her adopted grandchildren Levi and Clair. 

Besides her Mother Susan and her companion Michael Foley she is survived by her son Kaine Petrencik and his companion Arianna and their daughter Ava and her daughter Justiss Brown and her companion Josh and her daughter Skylar.  She also leaves her brother Jason Petrencik and his wife Carrie and her sister Nonie McIver and her husband Steve and their three boys Devin, Dakota and Daytona as well as her ex-husband and best friend Joe Jones. 

Relatives and friends are invited to attend a celebration of her Life on Saturday, December 16, 2017 at 2p.m. at Blueberry Commons, 20 Blueberry Lane / 5 Marion Way Falmouth, ME 

In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory can be made to:

www.afsp.donordrive.com/campaign/Nickie

or you may send a check made out to AFSP noted

Nickie Jones Memorial

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

120 Wall Street

29th floor

New York, NY 10005

Gerald L. "Jerry" Norman Sr.

Leeds, ME - On the morning of Sunday December 3, 2017 Jerry passed away unexpectedly in his home in Leeds.  

Jerry loved hunting and fishing and the Dallas Cowboys!  He enjoyed gardening, antiquing and wood working.  He spent most of his time outside enjoying what nature has to offer.  Jerry was one of the best Lisbon High school wrestlers in the 1970’s.  He won state titles in 1971 and 1972.  He was known around the state for his toughness on the mat.  

Jerry was predeceased by his mother, Theresa Norman, his father Gerald Arris, a sister Kathy Ringuette, and a brother Steven Arris.  

He is survived by his wife Gloria  and her son Tim Wing as well as his oldest daughter Theresa Marstaller and her husband Kevin, his son Gerald Norman Jr and his wife Nicole and his youngest daughter Jenna Norman.  Jerry also leaves his six grandchildren, Adam, Alex, Brittany, Brook, Elizabeth and Leo and was also blessed with two handsome great grandsons Axle James and Aydin Robert James.  

Jerry has many brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, and cousins who loved him immensely.  

Life was a struggle for Jerry.  He let many of his demons get the best of him at times.  It was very hard for him to show how much he loved, but he did love with all his heart.  We believe as a family that if he had any last words or wishes he would tell everyone that you can never show enough love for someone and it is ok to show it.  

 

Relatives and friends  are invited to attend a celebration of life on Saturday, December 9, 2017 at1 p.m. at the First Parish Congregational Church, 461 Elmwood Road, Pownal.   Followed by a gathering at the Slovack Club, 26 Avery Street, Lisbon Falls from 2 - 4 p.m.

John A. Johnson

John Alfred Johnson, 41, was called home unexpectedly on November 20, 2017. He was born in Portland, ME to Anita Johnson of Portland, Maine and Bert  Johnson Sr. of Biddeford, Maine.  He attended Portland schools.

 

John was a Jack of many trades, but his passion was buying, fixing, and selling vehicles.

 

His other passions were his family, Jeeps, and his love of dogs. John loved family. He enjoyed spending time with them. His children were his heart. He spent many of his younger years living with his older sister Vickie and her family. There he became more like a brother than an uncle to the kids and an additional child to Vickie and Fred. He loved Fred like a father, and now, he is home with him.

 

John is survived by his parents, his children, son Zachary Johnson, 11 aka "mini-me",  step daughter Laticia Nelson, 15 both of North Platte, Nebraska, daughter Alyssa Vokey, 18 of Westbrook ME. Ex-wife/long time partner, Amanda Nelson. He is also survived by five brothers and five sisters, Phillip Rice of Bangor,Maine, Anthony Macgillivray and wife Frances of Westbrook, Maine, Clifford Clukey of Nebraska, Bert "Jay" Johnson Jr and wife Melissa of Auburn, Joe Johnson of Bangor, Maine. Mary Rice of Bangor, Maine, Victoria "Mother" Johnson of Saco, Maine, Julianne Clukey of Oxford, Mary Johnson Davis and husband Steve of North Platte, Nebraska, and Monica Johnson and husband Stewart of Ellsworth, Maine, and many nieces and nephews.

 

To respect John's wishes, there will be no funeral services. We will instead have a celebration of life gathering with plenty of food and a cash bar on December 2, 2017 to be held at Chap's Saloon,  1301 Long Plains Road (Rt. 22) Buxton, Maine from 11am-4pm. For further details or to make something, please call Vickie at 207-294-2050.

 

In lieu of flowers, please see gofundme.com John Johnson Funeral Cost

Jeffrey C. Chubb

South Portland, ME – Jeffrey C. Chubb, 66, died at home on Sunday, December 3, 2017.  He was the husband of Linda (Hunt) Chubb.  

Jeff was born in Youngstown, OH on November 14, 1951 a son of the late Warren & Alberta (Houlette) Chubb.  He grew up in Canfield, OH and attended local area schools before graduating from Ohio Northern University in 1974. 

Jeff’s passions were boating, music, travel and of course his Ohio Buckeyes.  Jeff was everybody’s “phone a friend”.  He would not only give you the answer but tell you in “excruciating” details the origin of the question. 

Jeff always saw the good in people and the beauty of all things that surrounded him. He above all was an honest, descent, honorable man and he will be sadly missed. 

Besides his wife Linda, he is survived by his brother Keith Chubb, nephews David Chubb and his wife Janelle and Bryan Chubb and his wife Danielle and great nieces Taylor and Pressley all of Charlotte, NC. 

Relatives and friends are invited to attend a Celebration of his Life on Friday, December 8, 2017 from 4 – 7 p.m. at “The Dock House” at Spring Point Marina, 1 Spring Point Drive, South Portland.

Donald R. ":Don" Lindall

Bath, ME – Donald R. Lindall, 52, of Bath died on Wednesday, November 22, 2017 at Maine Medical Center, surrounded by family and friends, after a long struggle and complications of Diabetes. 

Through his final days Don was still Don, right up until the end he made all the decisions regarding his care.  He wanted to let his family and friends know that he loved them very much.  He was an avid Patriots and Red Sox fan and was able to enjoy his last Pats game this past weekend with family and friends. 

A graveside service will be held in Warwick, RI in the spring. 

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to:

American Diabetes Association

45 Forest Ave

Portland, ME 04101

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