Sharon L. (Cloutier) Cushman

Sharon L. (Cloutier) Cushman

Sharon Louise Cushman (Cloutier) of Bridgton, 65, died peacefully on June 1, 2019 in Lewiston, following a long illness.   

Sharon was born February 6, 1954 in Portland, Maine. She was the fourth child of Donald and Beatrice Cloutier of South Portland. After graduating from South Portland High School she was primarily a homemaker. She spent many years volunteering with her church in Windham prior to falling ill, opening a food and resource pantry for needy in the community in 1987. She later enjoyed doll collecting and managed several popular music groups on social media.  

Sharon leaves behind her loving husband, Philip Cushman of Bridgton, and two daughters; Sheri Maines of Sebago and Sandie Doyon and her husband Gerry Doyon of Westbrook; three sisters, one brother; nine grandchildren, one great granddaughter and several nieces and nephews. She was pre-deceased by her parents, great grandson, Leon Bressett of Westbrook and niece, Patricia Ange of Standish. 

A celebration of her life will be planned in Bridgton later this summer. 

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  • louis rotondo on

    I have just found that Sharon Cushman has passed , I was informed by Nina Hines a friend on Facebook …My Prayers are with Sharon and family…Blessings as you sleep with the Angels.

  • Sandie Doyon on

    I drove past Deering oaks park in Portland this weekend and was flooded with memories of the carnival you brought us to every year and the tilt-a-whirl, fried dough and lemon aid we loved so much. It’s been 2 months today since you passed and I’m still recalling new memories daily. What a gift. I love you Mom ❤️

  • Travis Hamilton on

    Miss you Shaon… Hope I am doing right by you in your Facebook groups..

  • Bob Haase on

    My Deepest condolences to Sharons family ,I will remember ger as a great friend with a great love for.Music

  • Carol Johnson on

    I was a friend of Sharon’s and on all of her music sites. She taught me so much. She will be missed by so many. Rest In Peace Sharon <3

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