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Alice Clark Beliveau NAPLES, Fla. -- Alice Clark Beliveau, of Naples, Fla., formerly of Rumford, died on April 11, 2014. Born on March 17, 1938, in Detroit, Mich., she was the daughter of Clement and Margaret (Cullen) Clark. Shortly thereafter, her family moved to Maplewood, N.J., and then to Sea Girt, N.J.. She attended Oak Knoll School in Summit, N.J., Trinity College in Washington, D.C., graduating from the University of Maine at Farmington with a degree in history. Alice was married at Summit, N.J., on Aug. 31, 1963, to Albert 'Darby' Beliveau. The couple returned to Rumford, to start a family and a law practice. While raising and educating five children, Alice was involved with the Rumford Book Club and Searchlight Club. Her hobbies included golf, water-color painting, and traveling. She served as a board member and chair of the Rumford Public Library. She served as President of the Moorings Women's Golf Association in Naples and was a member of the Naples Art Association. She is survived by her husband; five children, Margaret 'Meg' and her husband Paul Gale of Jericho, Vt., Mark and his wife Laura of Hanover, N.H., Richard of Scarborough, John and his wife Sarah of Falmouth, and Matthew of Burlington, Vt.; grandsons, Noah, Colin, Sam and Eamon, granddaughters, Cathleen, Devyn, Riley and Svieta; brothers, David of South Berry, Conn., and Richard of Short Hills, N.J., and sisters, Mary Wilkison of Snoqualamie, Wash., and Margaret Waterman of Temple, N.H. A memorial Mass will be held at 12 p.m. on June 21, 2014, at the Church of the Holy Saviour in Rumford. After the Mass the family will host a reception at 49 Franklin St., to celebrate Alice's life as a wife, mother, grandmother and friend. Family interment will take place on Sunday, June 22, at the St. Athanasius-St. John Cemetery. Alice Clark Beliveau Read Obituary
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Lloyd E. Chandler Sr., 85 NAPLES -- Lloyd E. Chandler Sr., 85, of Naples, passed away peacefully on Friday, April 18, 2014, at Ledgewood Manor in Windham with his loving wife and family by his side. One of six children, Lloyd was born in Portland to William and Catherine Chandler. He was raised in Portland and attended Portland schools. He proudly served his country as a U.S. Marine for five years. Upon leaving the service Lloyd met and married the former Barbara Travis. Lloyd and Barbara shared more than 63 years of marriage, raising three children together. Always a very hard worker, he taught his children the value of hard work, self-reliance and friendship. He led by example, sometimes working two jobs while tending the small family farm on Ocean Avenue in Portland, to make ends meet. A self-made man, Lloyd always made sure his family was well cared for and knew they were loved. After the family moved to Hamlin Road in Falmouth, Lloyd quickly became friends to all the neighborhood kids, many of whom became life-long friends. As adults, they joined him on many hunting excursions and trips to camp. A dedicated father and husband, Lloyd was fondly known as Dad, Papa, or Pops to family and Big Lloyd or Chubbs to all the neighborhood children who adored him. Lloyd always wore a smile and loved to entertain. Lloyd had worked for Congdon Transportation for more than 22 years when the company sold to Sanborn's Motor Express. He went on to work at Sanborn's until his retirement. He received several safe driving awards and was known as Happy Chandler to his many customers. After his retirement at age 58, Lloyd worked part-time at Forest City Chevrolet Saab, where he delighted in working with his son, Lloyd Jr. Lloyd and Barbara fell in love with a one-room cabin on David Pond in Fayette, which they bought and, over time, transformed into a beautiful home where friends and family gathered for holidays, birthdays and special events. Papa taught his Lloyd E. Chandler Sr. grandchildren how to break openclams and fish for sunfish off the dock, and was known for rising early on July 5 to shoot off left-over fireworks, much to their delight. He could be found at any given time piloting the boat for a skier, grilling on the beach in the rain, or bringing in firewood. Longtime friends Tom and Angela Wilson bought the home next door and the two families enjoyed sharing weekends together whenever possible. Moving on to their next life adventure, Lloyd and Barbara spent winters at their beloved Bonita Beach home, where they enjoyed the sunshine and a wonderful social life with their 'Florida' friends. Besides his parents, Lloyd was predeceased by his brothers, William Jr. (Bud) and Paul, and his sisters, Ruth Boyd, Peggy Beturne, and Catherine Chandler. Surviving Lloyd, aside from his wife Barbara, are his children, Sandra Cleveland and her husband David of Raymond, Kathy Johnston and her partner Ray of Windham, and Lloyd Jr. and his wife Stacy of Windham. He is also survived by grandchildren, Melanie, Anthony, Jessica, Arthur, Alicia, and Kaitlyn; as well as several nieces, nephews; and great-grandchildren. Lloyd's family would like to express their gratitude and thanks to the staff of Ledgewood Manor for all the kind, compassionate care they gave Lloyd, with a special thanks to Joanne. A celebration of Lloyd's life will be held on Saturday, April 26, at Bruno's Restaurant, 33 Allen Ave., Portland, from 12 to 4 p.m. On line condolences may be expressed at blaisandhayfuneralhome.com . In lieu of flowers, donations in Lloyd's memory can be made to: Ledgewood Manor Activity Fund 200 Tandberg Trail Windham, Maine 04062 or to The Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland P.O. Box 336 Westbrook, Maine 04098 Read Obituary
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