Alfred "Curly" Bickford

Alfred "Curly" Bickford

Lewiston- Alfred "Curly" Bickford, 74, of Leesburg, Fla., formerly a long-time resident of Monmouth died suddenly at Central Maine Medical Center on Tuesday, August 20, 2019, surrounded by his loving family.

He was born May 26, 1945, in Stoneham, the son of Waldo and Belva Bickford. Alfred graduated from Monmouth Acadamy, in 1963.

He worked as a cook at a few local restaurants like Chuck Wagon and Lost Valley. He started  Curly's Restaurant in Lisbon, then enlisted himself in the Navy from 1968 to 1972 and did a tour in Vietnam.

When he came home he continued to manage Curly's Restaurant with his brother Roger. After leaving Maine, he started his lawn care service and had many other jobs till he retired at 66.  Alfred was a member of Christ United Methodist Church in Leesburg and a long-time member of the AA Transition Group.

He enjoyed many outdoor sports, especially traveling and camping. He always had a passion for his motorcycles. His biggest enjoyment was watching his granddaughter Julia play soccer, softball, and her dance recitals. Alfred was always a hard-working man with an infectious smile.

He is survived by his wife, Pamela Bickford, his son Tony Bickford and wife Tonia of Greene, granddaughter Julia Bickford of Greene, Three brothers: Ralph Bickford and wife Toni of Florida, David Bickford and Pauline Gilbert of Lewiston, Roger Bickford, and wife Sharon of Florida: many nieces and nephews. Special thanks to the ICU (Y-4) staff at CMMC for taking such good care of Alfred.


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  • william Riehm Jr on

    From day one he treated me like a dad, He was there for me no matter when I needed him. Even if he was on the Road He made sure I knew he was only a phone call away. He helped me out in so many ways when I had a lot on my plate and I needed advice and help with situations That happened. I am glad to say I can call him dad as he was really a standup one at that. God bless you dad and thank you for everything you brought to my life. Thank you for also giving my mom everything you had, you really knew how to keep her happy and loving life. You will be missed in more ways than I can even imagine writing. One day I will see you up there myself partner. So dad When you see me come over and say hi up there. As I promised you I will make sure I look after my mom forever.

  • Linda Riehm Weidlich on

    My prayers to Pam and Al’s family. She loved him and never left his side. They were a blessed couple to have shared such a deep love for each other. They had a lot of fun times together and my prayers are that in time, the grief will soften and the loved ones remember the happy times.

  • Trudy Giasson on

    My condolences on the loss of Al. He certainly was a gifted man. I pray for strength to the Bickford family at this time.


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