Camden Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Camden, ME

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  • Wednesday Nov 19 | via Herald Gazette 

    Earl L. Pearse notice

    Earl L. Pearse, 88, died Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014, at Knox Center For Long Term Care in Rockland. A complete obituary will be published later and services will be announced.

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  • Wednesday Nov 5 | via The Vermont Standard 

    Sylvia Reed Obituary

    A memorial service is being planned and will be announced for Sylvia Ewell Reed, 90, of Hanover, New Hampshire and Camden, Maine, who died peacefully at home Nov. 3 in her art studio. She had recently relocated to Woodstock Terrace, with family by her side.

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  • Oct 24, 2014 | via Capital Weekly 

    Paul S. Brancella

    Paul is the father of Bianca and Tianna Brancella. A complete obituary will be published later.

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  • Oct 22, 2014 | via Lincoln County News 

    Newcastle, ME

    John J. Nelson, 86, of Westport Island, passed away on Oct. 28 with his wife of 63 years, Ruth Nelson by his side. Monday, November 3, 2014 Jennie Adeline "Jane" Hutchins, 85, passed away at Safe Havens in Boothbay Harbor on Oct. 26. Monday, November 3, 2014 David W. Libby, 82, passed away peacefully at Quarry Hill in Camden on Oct. 26 with his loving family by his side.

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  • Oct 22, 2014 | via Lincoln County News 

    Newcastle, ME

    Jennie Adeline "Jane" Hutchins, 85, passed away at Safe Havens in Boothbay Harbor on Oct. 26. Friday, October 31, 2014 David W. Libby, 82, passed away peacefully at Quarry Hill in Camden on Oct. 26 with his loving family by his side. Wednesday, October 29, 2014 John Nelson, of Westport Island, passed away at his home on the morning of Oct. 28, with his loving wife, Ruth Nelson, by his side.

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  • Oct 20, 2014 | via Herald Gazette 

    David K. Cooke

    Born June 19, 1966, in Illinois, he was the son of Kenneth and Joyce Cooke. He grew up north of Chicago and chose to live in the most beautiful parts of the country over the years, including Oregon, Colorado and finally coastal Maine.

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