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27 July, 2018 THE QUODDY TIDES Page .43 - MARIE DARLENE (GRAHAM) CALDER CAMPOBELLO - Marie Darlene (Gra- ham) Calder passed from our hands to God's on June 19, 2018, at the Campobel- lo Lodge in Welshpool. Formerly of Can- terbury, she was the daughter of the late Harold and Grace Graham and the wife of the late Theodore Calder of Welshpool. Early in their marriage, Marie and her late husband !~ :::::: : ::::::::::: Teddy resided in Ontario for a pe- ::::~:i:::: ~!:::::i::~]. riod of time be- :: 2 i:::: i::ii.i:: i::fore establishing ili::ii::i::ii:!i!{:i:ii:i!:i: their home on the island she moved. During ::::::::::::::: her many years : on Campobello Island, Marie was employed at the canning plant, with NB Tourism and at Campobello Lodge, where she served as union president. Marie was a passionate caregiver at home and in the community. She spent many years caring for friends and neigh- bors at Campobello Lodge. Marie was also a volunteer on the local ambulance. Marie looked forward to worshiping at her church. One of her biggest joys was participating in the cantatas. She was de- voted to her children and grandchildren. They enjoyed her love for fishing and hunting. Marie was renowned for her cooking. She had many friends with whom she shared her adventurous spirit and keen sense of humor. Perhaps her big- gest job was raising her children, extend- ing to always supporting a child overseas. Marie is survived by son, Colin Calder of Campobello; son, Russell Calder and wife Cindy of CampobeUo; daughter, Beth Mahoney and husband Stephen of Morin- ville, Alberta; daughter, Joanne Hicks of Ellsworth; daughter, Cathy Mo0res and husband Jerome of Dexter; daughter, Mar- ianne Breault and husband Pierre of New Hampshire; daughter, Jennifer Calder of Hampden; brother, Dennis Glendon and wife Sylvia; brother, Wayne and wife Connie; sister, Cecily and husband Regi- nald Fredericks; sister, Raelene and Raoul Theriault; sister-in-law, Vera Calder; a special niece, Faye and husband Lenny Lank; grandchildren, Reggie Jr Jason, Elyse, Matthew, Kristian, Dustin, Justin and Adam; nephews, Curtis and Christo- pher Lank; step-grandchildren, Tina and Amanda; 22 great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren; and many niec- es and nephews. Marie was predeceased by her parents, Harold and Grace (Greer) Graham; son, Theodore Russell; grandson, Jeffrey Moores; brothers, Laurel and Keith; sisters, Joyce Barr, Lona Johnson and Sherrill Kin- ney; and son-in-law, Reginald Hicks Sr. The funeral service was held at North Road Baptist Church, Campobello, on June 23. Pastor Rick Snell officiated. Mu- sic ministry was led by Alan Matthews. The organist was Betty Mabey. Soloist was David Humphreys. Special musical tributes were given by daughter Beth Ma- honey and granddaughter Zoe Moores. Ac- tive pallbea.(ers were Dustin Calder, Kody Dill, Kristian Calder, Alan Dill, Jason Hicks and Scott Mitchell. Honorary pallbearers were Colin Calder, Jeffrey Moores and Stephen Mahoney. The interment took place in North Road Cemetery followed by a reception in the church hall. Donations to the Alzheimer Society or to the Humphreys Funeral Home Living Memorial Program would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences to the family or donations can be made at . Arrangements have been entrusted to the care and direction of Humphreys Fu- neral Home of St. Stephen. DALE CLYDE LINCOLN PERRY - Dale Clyde Lincoln, 81, son of Arthur Ewan Lincoln and Martha (Spinney) Lincoln, was called to be with the Lord on Friday, July 12, 2018. He was born on January 5, 1937, ant MIRIAM "MIMP' KELLEY DOHERTY LUBEC and MACHIAS - After a long rides along Lubec's country roads. She life well lived, Miriam "Mimi" Kelley would often take a grandson along, usual- Doberty, 91, passed away on the evening ly Erik. of Saturday, June 30, 2018, surrounded In later years when she could no longer by family at Marshall Healthcare in Ma- drive, she enjoyed phoning friends to talk [ ] graduated fronchias. She was born on October 1 1926, and share memories. Thank you to all who I I Shead Memorialin Lubec. She was the third daughter of spent time on the phone with her listening / I High School iaClarence Kelley and Merle (Trecartin) to her relive old memories. Special thanks [ I 1954, Maine Kelley. go to the Hupp M aritime Acad- She grew up in a !oving She and McGo n ga! i!:j/ ll emy in 1957 and had so many sto- families for ~~q the University of ries of her child- spending so ] Southern Maine hood years much time with [ in 1980. He was growing up on her in phone [ a commissioned the family farm. conversations. [ //ii: [ omcer with the She would tell of She truly appre- U.S. Navy for being poor in ciated your time. more than 10 years and an engineer aboard the Gulf Oil tankers for six years. Dale was a teacher at Southern Maine Technical College fron 1963-66, where he served as chief engi neer of the motor vessel Aqualab. He als, was a teacher at Woodland High Schod from 1970-74 and Shead High School h Eastport from 1974-93. He was a Sunda school teacher and deacon at the Wash ington Street Baptist Church in Eastpo for many years. Dale had a lifetime love for baseball. In the early 1950s he started nmning long distances each day in order to get better conditioned to play baseball. He found that he loved to run long distances and was proud to have run the Boston Mara- thon three times. He organized races in the state of Maine for many years. He was a baseball and cross country coach for both elementary and high school students for several years. In honor of Dale's devo- tion to running and coaching, the Dale C. Lincoln Kids Run was founded and is held annually during Eastport' s July 4th activi. ties. In 2002 he was inducted as a member of the Maine Running Hall of Fame. In 2017 he was inducted to the Maine Mari- tune Academy Athletics Hall of Fame for baseball and cross country. Two favorite money-making jobs of his lifetime were raking blueberries and digging clams. He authored five books and hundreds of true stories. Dale and Elsie (Lee) Lincoln of Eastport were married on June 24, 1963. She was the love of his life. He was predeceased by his parents; and his brother, David K. Lincoln. He is sur- vived by his wife of 55 years, Elsie (Lee) Lincoln; his children, Carol Lincoln Cof- fee and fianc6 Dan Faust of North Smith- field, R.I Diana Lincoln of Plainville, Conn and Dale Lincoln II of Saco; twe grandchildren, Alex and Alyssa Macomb- er, both of Plainville, Conn.; his sister, Ruth (Lincoln) MacKechnie of Calais; and several cousins and close friends. A celebration of Dale's life was held July 15 at Cornerstone Church in Eastport. Burial followed in Restlawn Cemetery in Perry. In lieu of flowers, donations in Dale's memory may be made to the Maine Mari- time AcademY in Castine or Sunrise Coun- ty Dialysis in Eastport. Arrangements are by Mays Funeral Home, Calais and East- port. Condolences and memories may be shared at . Card of Thanks The family of Adam Jamieson would like to thank each and every one of you who shared in his celebra- tion of life. It has been very comfort- ing for us to realize the many friendships that Adam had made dur- ing his 40 years. The Mass, music, food, speeches and honor guard were all expertly done. We are grateful to those who attended or helped in any way. Again, thank you and God bless you all. The Jamieson family material thingsMimi spent but rich in so the past three many other years at Mar- ways. shall Healthcare. In June 1936 Previously she had lived with her son Mimi was one of James and family for nearly six years un- the Lubec students who attended the trag- der Darlene's care. Mimi loved to joke ic field trip to Gardner's Lake. She was in with the staff and participated in nearly all the last boat ride of the day when it cap- the activities at Marshall Healthcare. She sized. Out of 15 students, she was one of particularly liked playing bingo and win- only three who survived, ning stuffed animals. She loved getting She married the love of her life, Ber- visits, particularly from her grandsons. nard W. Doherty, on August 12, 1949. The family wishes to thank the staff at They were married for nearly 57 years. Marshall Healthcare for their care and She often told of a time when she was love. younger and in school sharpening her pen- Mimi was predeceased by her husband, cil looking out the window and Bernie Bernard in 2006. She was also prede- walked by. She thought at that time that ceased by her sisters, Josephine Kelley she would marry him someday. Parker and Ellen Kelley. She leaves be- She graduated from Lubec High hind two sons, Allen Doherty and wife School, Class of 1945. She also graduated Terri of Bangor and James Doherty and from Washington State Normal School in wife Darlene of Lubec She had five 1949 and later earned her bachelor's de- grandchildren, Daniel, Nicole, Sean, Erik gree in education from the Washington and Seth. She also had five great-grand- State Teachers College - now the Univer- children. sity of Maine at Machias - in 1959. She A funeral and celebration of Mimi's life taught school for 26 years in the Lubec will be held Saturday, July 28, at the West school system. Her first year was in a one- Lubec Methodist Church with visiting room school at the Ridge in Lubec, and hours at 1 p.m. followed by the funeral at later she taught grades 2 and 3 at the Hill- 2 p.m. There will be a time of refresh- top School in Lubec. Mimi substituted for ments and sharing memories in the church a number of years after that. basement following the service. Memori- Mimi was an active member of the West als may be sent to the West Lubec Meth- Lubec Methodist Church for many years odist Church, P.O. Box 385, Lubec, ME and served in many capacities. 04652. Arrangements are under the direc- She used to love eating out at Murphy's tion and care of Bragdon-Kelley Funeral Village Restaurant and taking her dog for Home, Machias. ~ii!~i~i~i~i~i!i~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~!~i~ii!i~i~i~ii~i~i!i!iii~i!iii!i~i~i~!i: .~i~i~ii~i~i~iiiii~i~ii!ii~i~iii~iiiii!iiiii!i~i~iii~iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii~iiiii~i~i~ ~!~