• Death Notices Week of July 20

    Washington County   Nalda Jean Bergeron, 79, of Cutler, July 8 at Machias. Service 1 p.m. Saturday, July 22, Cutler Methodist Church. Gerald Robert Blaney, 74, of Baileyville, July 14 at his home. Graveside service 1 p.m. Thursday, July 27, Woodland Cemetery, Baileyville. Bonnie L. Ceijas, 70, of Alexander, July 14. Charlie R. Farnsworth, 81,

  • Cynthia W. Smith

    Cynthia W. Smith

    FRANKLIN Cynthia W. Smith, 76, passed away July 14 at Seaport Village. Cindy fought diligently for the last several months with the hopes to return home to Paddy Lane. She passed suddenly two days prior to reaching her goal. She now joins her husband, Ronnie, who predeceased her in 2009. She was also predeceased by

  • Augustus (Gus) Trowbridge

    Augustus (Gus) Trowbridge

    HANCOCK Augustus (Gus) Trowbridge, progressive educator and founding director of Manhattan Country School in New York City, died Sunday, July 9, at his home in New York City with his family after a long struggle with dementia and cancer.  He was 82 years old and also lived in Hancock Point. A graduate of The Putney

  • George M. French IV

    George M. French IV

    PENOBSCOT George M. French IV (Mountain man), 41, of Penobscot passed away unexpectedly at Mount Chase on July 15, 2017. George was born Dec. 3, 1975, to Patricia (Snow) Splan and the late George French III. He enjoyed fishing and hunting. George enjoyed fishing at the family camp at Williams Pond. He is a past

  • Terry Owen Arney

    SULLIVAN Terry Owen Arney, 79, of Boothbay Harbor, formerly of Sullivan, passed away at his home in Boothbay Harbor on July 11, 2017, due to complications of Parkinson’s. He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Diana (Hause), children Patricia Stanton, Jeanne Muller and John W. Arney, and their families. Arrangements are under the

  • Yvonne E. Brann

    LAMOINE Yvonne E. Brann, 82, died at her home July 15, 2017. She was born in Rigby, Idaho, November 22, 1934 the daughter of Raymond and Thelma L. (Bowles) Cutler. She traveled with her husband who was in the military while taking care of their home and children. She worked as a bookkeeper for Irving

  • Death Notices Week of July 13

    Washington County   Eva M. Annis, 74, of Charlotte, July 6 at Machias. Louise E. Baine, 87, of Eastport at Calais, July 5. Service July 8, Hillside Cemetery, Eastport. Linda Elaine Bohanon, 71, of Baileyville, July 9 at her home. Celebration of life 1 p.m. Saturday, July 15, Woodland Baptist Church, Baileyville. Winona Edwina Bradbury,

  • Russell “Russ” Boynton

    Russell “Russ” Boynton

    LAMOINE Russell “Russ” Boynton, 83, died, July 11, 2017, at his home after a brief illness. He was born July 31, 1933, in Eastham, Mass., the son of the late Jerome and Addie C. (Ryder) Boynton. He graduated from Ellsworth High School, Class of 1951, and received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Maine-Machias.

  • Margaret E. Hunt

    Margaret E. Hunt

    FRANKLIN Margaret E. Hunt, 91, died July 11, 2017, at an Ellsworth hospital. After a brief illness. She was born June 27, 1926, in Franklin, daughter of Francis and Neva (Linscott) Giles. She enjoyed her time at Webb’s Pond with family and friends. Margaret was predeceased by Erwin W. Googins and Francis Hunt, brothers Robert

  • Annette Marie Anderson Smith

    Annette Marie Anderson Smith

    SURRY Annette Marie Anderson Smith, 74, died July 12, 2017, after a brief stay at Seaport Village Healthcare. She was born in Orange, Mass., Jan. 28, 1943, the daughter of the late Richard “Dick” and Marie (Getchell) Anderson. The family moved to Ellsworth from Massachusetts when Annette was a child. She attended school in Ellsworth