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Page 42 THE QUODDY TIDES 27 July, 2018 CHRISANN MARIE TINKER ROYCE KENDRICK APT LUBEC- Chrisann Marie Tinker, 44, Allianna Gail, whom she was able to PERRY - Royce Kendrick Apt, 55,Rochester, N.H. of Lubec joined her mother in heaven on spend a lot of time with and completely went home to be with the Lord, losing his Royce also leaves behind sister-in-law, July 19, 2018, from her home in Old Or- cherished. To all who knew her she was brave five-year battle with A.L.S on July Dolly Apt of Pleasant Point; brother-in- chard Beach. She was born on February vibrant, kind, loving, funny and beautiful 18, 2018, surrounded by family and law, Hugh A. MacArthur Jr. and wife June 18, 1974, in Biddeford to her loving par- with the perfect dash of crazy, friends. He was born in Boston, Mass on of Gladys, Va.; sister-in-law, Debbie L. ents, William and Gail Rier. Chrisann is predeceased by her loving December 13, 1962. Thomas of Lynchburg, Va.; brother-in- She was raised in Lubec along with her mother, Gail Rier; sister, Kelly Rier; Royce graduated from Quincy High in law, Daniel Thomas of Manassas, Va.; sis- four siblings and brothers, Wayne Rier and Michael Pitkin; 1981. He loved visiting Downeast Maine ter-in-law, Cynthia Bell and husband graduated fromand great-grandparents, Roberta and Fran- and decided toJohnnie of Bedford, Va.; sister-in-law, Lubec High cis Rier and Theresa and Karl Mansur. move to Pleasant Barbara A. Fielder and husband William School in 1992. Chrisann was the beloved daughter of Wil- Point in 1988.of Lynchburg, Va.; sister-in-law, Geor- Later she wentliamRier and wife Diane of Cutler; devot- He had worked gette Laliberte and husband Justin of on to receive a ed mother of Cassandra Reed and her for Raytheon for Brookneal, Va.; sister-in-law, Heidi M. degree in social husband Joe, Shauna Tinker and William five years. MacArthur of Brookneal, Va.; brother-in- services from the Tinker; cherished Nana of Allianna Ad- When he set- law, Linwood Knowles and wife Vicki of University of ares, Lincoln Stanley and Nathaniel Tink- tled in Maine he Orange County, Calif.; and brother-in- Maine, Augusta. er, all of Lubec; loved sister of Deborah worked as a car- law, David Knowles and wife Rebecca of Chrisann had Dixon of Saco, Shirley Brown and her penter for theCheyenne, Wyo. three childrenhusband David and Michelle Sawtelle of Passamaquoddy Royce leaves behind many nieces and who were the Lubec; and special friend to Robert Perri- Tribe. nephews, Kailie and Skin, Leela and De- center of her world. For many years she er of Old Orchard Beach. She also leaves He worked forvan, Patrick and wife Brianna, Hannah, devoted her life to her children and al- behind many loving nieces, nephews, the Wickachee Restaurant in Calais where Joshua and Brooke, Ryan and wife Krys- ways had a passionate love for them. She aunts, uncles and special friends, he met hiS wife, Elaine. When first mar- tle, Marie, Eric Jr Jason and wife Lauren, was very proud of her family and was A celebration of Chrisann's life will be ried they lived in Bangor for five years, Kristi and husband John, Lisa and hus- excited to become a "Nana" to her three held on Sunday, August 5, at 2 p.m. at the and he worked at the Ramada Inn and J.C. band Nathan, Shane and fiancte Cassidy, grandchildren. She had that same passion- Ridge Baptist Church, Lubec. A gathering Penney. He also worked other jobs in Catrina, Charity, Hope, Faith, Steven, ate love for her grandchildren, especially will immediately follow at Cassandra and Bangor. He was a hard worker his entire Crystal, Heather, Matthew, Bridget, Reva, Joe Reed's home down North Lubec adult life. He started working for what is Kayla, Deidre, Gabriel, Ashley, Terry Ray GARNOLD A. KIMBALL JR. where all are welcome, now known as Cooke Aquaculture in East- Jr Alexis, Jacob, Lea and Paige; and EASTPORT - Gamold (Kim) A. Kim- port as a dock manager for more than 20 many great-nieces and great-nephews, ball Jr. passed away peacefully on July 4, STEPHEN OLIVER HOLMES years. Gwyneth, Jaime, Belle, Sophia, Fredrick 2018, at Eastern Maine Medical Center in PORTLAND - Stephen Oliver "Otter" Royce was well loved and respected by Ryan, Kevin Rusty, Kyndrah, Colin, Car- Bangor surrounded by his son and daugh- Holmes, 68, passed away on Sunday, July everyone he ever met. He loved to go to son, Kyle, Kinlynn, Kayden, Marley, Jax- ter-in-law, a niece and her husband and a 1, 2018, at Gosnell Memorial Hospice in yard sales on Saturdays. He also enjoyed on, Xavier, Vera, Chloe, Star, Nathan, loving great-grandniece. Scarborough after a brief battle with can- having yard sales at his home, always giv- Katelyn, Kristen, Brian, Stephen, Zena, : Unknown by most, Kim was a dedicat- cer. He was born in Bangor on February ing family members the "family rate." He Belle and Madya. ed law enforce- 3, 1950, the.son of Theodore C. and Mary enjoyed cookouts where the family gath' Royce's family would like to especially ment officer D. (Haynes) Holmes. The family moved ered on Indian Day weekends. His pas- thank Peck Francis and public works of who served 21 to Portland in 1955. Stephen graduated sion was music from the '70s and his Pleasant Point; Pleasant PointHealth Cen- years as a deputy from Deering High School in 1968, where football team the Patriots. ter workers, Brian Altvater, health direc- marshall in Los he was a member of the state champion- He was known to many as the "Word- tar, and Victoria Ganz, PA-C, from Angeles County, ship cross country team and the band. He man," loving music, writing dozens of Eastport; and other doctors and nurses Calif. He alsograduated from Bowdoin College in 1972 songs and poems and playing the drums, who made home visits for Royce's care, served his coun- with a degree in German literature. He He loved to play street hockey with his including Annie Apt Brackett, Cindy try as a reservist later studied accounting and computing at brothers and friends in Boston and go to Lewey and Susie Neptune. Thank you to in the U.S. Air the University of Maine in Portland. While music concerts. He loved his pets over the J.J. Dana for bringing medicine to the . Force, entering he was growing up, Steve enjoyed canoe years: Sherbert, Serena and his "baby boy" house. Thank you to special nephew active duty sever- trips in the Allagash and saltwater sailing Casper. Patrick Bassett and Hope Dana. A special al times during with his father and other relatives, develop- Royce was predeceased by his father, "thank you" for Royce's home healthcare the Middle East conflicts, and then retiring ing a love of water he passed on to his own Forrest Leroy Apt of Boston and Perry; workers goes to Mariah Kirshman and as master sergeant after 25 years of re- children. He was also an avid gardener who brother, Forrest "Rusty" Apt of Boston Kamiwan Luszcz-Santos for your love and markable service. A Maine native, Kim gladly shared his harvest. Stephen was a and Pleasant Point; brother-in-law, Fred- care for Royce. returned home and settled in Eastport in champion of the underdog and onceerick M. Currier of Boston and Pleasant To go by Royce's wishes, there will be the early 1990s. Joining his sister in Quod- coached a Portland Little League team that Point; mother-in-law, Janet Cochran-Pow- no funeral service, but a celebration of dy Village, he enjoyed his family and many won the championship after losing every ers of Princeton and Virginia; grandmoth- Royce' s life will be held at his home at 67 friends he made throughout the years. For game of the season. Stephen had a career as er, Annie Mae Paul of Pleasant Point; and Old Eastport Road in Perry on Saturday, over 20 years, his daily routine saw him an accountant, working for Maine Savings step-father, Domenic J. DeWolfe,of Bos- August 18, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. In lieu of gathering mail, stopping for coffee and driv- Bank and AAA in Portland before retiring ton and Pleasant Point. flowers, please contribute to the A.L.S. ing to Pembroke as well as around Eastport from Utilities Inc. in Standish. By day he He is survived by his loving wife of 28 Research Foundation at greeting everyone he knew. Sadly, his ill- was an accountant, but at heart Steve was a years, Elaine Apt of Virginia and Perry; or . hess in the past years prevented him from songwriter and musician. His band, Stevie mother, Dianne Mac Apt DeWolfe of Bos- Arrangements are by Mays Funeral :f" making those daily-trips. and the Blackouts, played With legendary- ton and Pleasant Point; sister,-Afinie M -Home of calais and Eastpori. cond6lenc,- " Kim is survived by his son, Mark and songwriters Doe Pomus and Otis Black- Apt Brackett of Pleasant Point; sister, es and memories may be shared at his wife Nazifah Kimball; son, Thomas well, who wrote many of the hits of the '50s Sheila Apt of Pleasant Point; sister, Dian- . Kimball; brother, Chet and his wife Serita and '60s. Other highlights of his musical na Scalese and husband Joe of Palmetto, Childs; sister, Elaine French-Leighton; career included opening for John I.ee Hook- Fla.; brother, Eric James Apt and wife sister, Jeannette and her husband Richard er and Sleepy LaBeef. He continued to per- Michelle of Holbrook, Mass.; aunts, Mary DEATH NOTICES Dodds; niece, Elaine and her husband form at local venues until he was too sick Lorraine Francis and Gracie Davis of Kevin Stevens; niece, Kathy and her hus- to hold his guitar. Pleasant Point, Ann Light and family of band Roger Dennison; as well as many Stephen is survived by his mother,Dennysville and Pembroke, Cathy Pryor Constance Marlene (Evans)Dalzell of other nieces and nephews, grandchildren Mary; his daughter, Eva Holmes and her and family of Stoughton, Mass and Castalia, Grand Manan, passed away on and great-grandchildren, partner JohnMcNamara; his sons, Edward Sandy Ka'ke and husband Andy of Tal- Thursday, July 12, 2018. She was born in The family would like to thank all his Holmes and Malcolm Holmes; and his ex- madge and Princeton; and two uncles, 1939, daughter of the late Harry Burton friends and caregivers on Kim's behalf wife, Deborah Calabrese. In addition, Fredda Paul and his wife Leslie of Pleas- and Henrietta "Dolly" Blanche (Wright) for the help and kindness given in his most Steve is survived by his sister, Julia and ant Point and Bee Paul and his wife Bar- Evans. A memorial service will be an- difficult and painful days. Kim will be her husband Joseph O'Neill of Glenside, bara of Perry. Royce had many first nounced at a later date. laid to rest in the family plot at Bayside Pa.; and nieces, Elizabeth and Kathleen cousins who love him dearly. Marion Frances Murison of Grand Cemetery, Eastport. O'Neill. He will be sorely missed by the Royce leaves behind many specialManan passed away on July 21, 2018. ~ many friends he made along the way. friends, including his best friend, David Born in Harris, Saskatchewan, in 1927, A memorial service will be held later Jollotta and partner Virginia Doucette of she was the daughter of the late Percy and '~: this year. We hope his friends celebrate his Eastport; boss and friend, Dave Morang Ellen (Chapman) Shewell. An informal life with bacchanalian tributes in his hon- and wife Vicki of Eastport; Ralph Hicks celebration of her life will take place on or. Online condolence messages can be and wife Diane of Eastport, Charlotte and Friday, July 27, at 7 p.m. at The Gathering submitted at the Chad E. Poitras Crema- Melbourne, Fla.; neighbor, Sally McPhail Place, Castalia Marsh Retreat, Grand tion and Funeral Service website at and family of Perry; Larry Doak and wife Manan. . The familyRuth of Eastport; Carlie Cook and family Marie Florence Thomas of North SAI.I:S LI:1"I'[IIING would like to express their deep gratitude to of Eastport and Perry; Bill Buehner and Head, Grand Manan, passed away at the CI.t:ANIIqG Rc:PAlllS thenurses and staff at the Hospice of South- wife Brenda of Eastport; Stephen Conley Grand Manan Hospital on July 14, 2018. Frank Wood, Owner ern Maine and Maine Med for the wonder- and wife Pat of Eastport; Pastor Russell She was born on North Head in 1927. Her 263-7100 255-0685 ful care given to Steve in his last few days Fletcher and wife Karen of Perry; Jennifer funeral service was held on Tuesday, July 335 Northfield Road, Marshfield, ME 04654 of life. In lieu of flowers, donations may be Reynolds of Rustburg, Va.; Debbie York 17, at the North Head Baptist Church, (2.4 miles north on 192 from Machias) made to Hospice of Southern Maine.of Appomattox, Va.; and Judy Keezer of Grand Manan.