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Mary Brett 'Molly' Farrington Bidstrup, 49 BYFIELD (NEWBURY), Mass. -- Mary Brett 'Molly' Farrington Bidstrup, of Byfield (Newbury), Mass., 49, passed away peacefully at home on April 21, 2014, surrounded by her family. She was born in Portland on March 15, 1965, and graduated from Bangor High School in 1983. She majored in art history at Wheaton College, graduating in 1987. A versatile athlete, she was a competitive swimmer and tennis player. Molly loved gardening, a passion she pursued both professionally and personally. She worked as a floral designer and an Associate of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, class of 2012. Her closeness to her identical twin sister, Ann Reis, was a blessing and benefit to both of their families. Her love of family and friends, kindness, determination, and positive outlook will always be a gift to us all. She lived an active family life in and around the Governor's Academy community and spent wonderful summers with her family on Squirrel Island and Cape Cod. She leaves her loving husband, Peter; children, Brett, Ann and Larsen Todd; her parents, Frank and Dare Farrington of Bangor; sisters, Ann Reis (Channing) of Hampton Falls, N.H., Joan Guild (Edward) of Cumberland, Katherine Farrington of Byfield, Mass., Virginia MacMillan (Sean) of Bangor; and many cousins, uncles, aunts; nephews and nieces. A memorial service is planned for Sunday, April 27, at 1 p.m., at the Moseley Chapel, The Governor's Academy, 1 Elm St., Byfield, Mass. In lieu of flowers, donations in Molly's memory may be made to: Dana-Farber Cancer Institute 'Attn.: Dr. Philippe Armand Research Initiatives' 450 Brookline Ave., Dana 1B30 Boston, Massachusetts 02115 Mary Brett Farrington Bidstrup Read Obituary
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Stephen J. Wilson, 64 NAPLES -- Stephen James Wilson, 64, passed away on April 21, 2014, at his home in Naples. He was born in Portland on Nov. 21, 1949. Stephen grew up on the family farm in West Cumberland and ran the farm as a young man. He attended local schools and was a graduate of Greely High School. He served in the Army and had a long career in the U.S. Postal Service. In later years he made his living as a builder, dealer in real estate, and trading in antiques. Family was the most important thing in his life. He leaves behind his children, Catrina and Theresa Wilson and Anna Graham and their mother Lydia, Joseph and Nicole Wilson and their mother Lera, and Danielle Gonzalez, Andrew Wilson and Michelle Sanborn and their mother Valerie Wilson. He is survived by his brothers and sisters, Anne Dionne of Cumberland, Gary Wilson Sr. of Cumberland, Donna Searles of Poland, Nancy Latham of Gray, Susan Wilson of Bridgton, Lynda Jensen of Cumberland, Jeff Wilson of Cumberland, and Laura Willis of Cumberland. He also leaves 12 grandchildren; and many aunts, uncle; and cousins. He was predeceased by his parents, James H. Wilson and Marie Blanchard Wilson; and a brother, James D. Wilson. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. on Saturday at Wilson Funeral Home, 24 Shaker Rd., Gray. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. on Sunday at the West Cumberland United Methodist Church, 5 Upper Methodist Rd., Cumberland Center. A committal service with Military honors will be at 9 a.m. on Monday in West Cumberland Methodist Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to Wilson Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to: NAMI 1 Bangor St. Augusta, Maine 04330 or www.nami.org Stephen J. Wilson Read Obituary
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Linda F. Laguerre BRUNSWICK -- 'A cheerful face maketh a feast;' a maxim exemplified by Linda Filley Laguerre, of Coastal Estates II in Brunswick, who passed too soon from this life early Friday, April 18, 2014. Born in Troy, N.Y., in May of 1944 to Family Court Judge Marcus L. and Dorothy M. Filley, Linda grew up in rural Rensselaer County and attended Emma Willard and St. Agnes (now Doan Stewart) schools. A natural athlete, Linda excelled at tennis, field hockey and gymnastics and was the leader of St. Agnes's gymnastic/cheer team. Linda possessed an exceptional gift for teaching and helping children and lent that ability to much volunteer work at Boston Floating Hospital while working toward a degree at Wheelock College in Boston. She married R. Ted Laguerre, her husband of almost 50 years in 1964, becoming a graduate school spouse, Navy wife, interior designer and business owner, and, her finest accomplishment in her mind and by proven results...mother and grandmother. Linda and Ted and family lived on Seaborne Drive in Yarmouth for almost 37 years until 2012, where boating and cruising and neighbors were greatly enjoyed. Throughout her life, Linda lent her skills to many teaching and coaching efforts and was a superb guiding leader and motivator, especially of the young. She was a scout leader, worked with special education students in Yarmouth schools for a number of years, was a Ronald MacDonald House volunteer and designer/ furnish-er for their most recent addition and served on the Chamber of Commerce in Yarmouth. Her true professional passion was as an interior designer. She loved helping others upgrade and enhance their surrounds through her design firm, carefully named Pineapple Perfection Ltd., which she founded and operated for many years on Main Street in Yarmouth. She was an early licensed Maine Interior Designer, a member of ASID and a participant in MIDA (Maine Interior Design Association) where she served as an officer. More recently Linda's helping nature brought her to working as a Hospice volunteer and a home assistant for elders where here caring nature brought comfort to others. Linda is with great fondness survived and missed by her husband, R. Ted Laguerre; her daughter, Danielle Newcomb, her son, Teddy Laguerre; her aunt, Gracie, uncle Derrick; cousins, Nancy Angle and Georgia McCracken; her sister, Leith Filley Colen; and Linda's most joyful legacy, grandsons, Jake, Keegan, Drew and Declan - her pride and joy. The brevity of this notice belies the wonder of her presence in the lives of others, willing to help, willing to listen, willing to cheer and comfort. She lived a fraternal motto learned at Lehigh with husband Ted...'we enjoy life by the help and society of others' and by many such great actions our lives were made richer indeed by her presence. A memorial service will be held at the First Parish Congregational Church at 116 Main St. in Yarmouth on Thursday, May 1, 2014, at 2 p.m. Interment will be at Oakwood Cemetery in Troy, N.Y., at a later date. Memorial condolences may be expressed at stetsonsfuneralhome.com . Linda's helping way would, in lieu of flowers, welcome a contribution to the Salvation Army in her memory ( donate.salvationarmyusa.org ). Linda F. Laguerre Read Obituary
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