Maxwell Stanley James Rodimon III

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Maxwell Stanley James Rodimon III, 25
NORTH YARMOUTH - Maxwell "Max" passed away in his home on June 11, 2018. He was 25 years old.
Maxwell was born in Miami Beach, Fla., on July 16, 1992, the son of Mary Cuddy Rodimon and Stanley James Rodimon, Jr.
He was brought into this world with Hurricane Andrew, and lived his life with the same level of intensity, passion, and drive.
Since Miami, Maxwell travelled with his family along the East Coast, spending years in Georgia, Virginia, and Maine. He dug his roots deep into Maine, cultivating a life rich with a love for family, friends, and all things living.
Maxwell left a lasting impression on everyone he encountered along his path, always sharing in his passion for music, food, horticulture, humor, and living life in the present moment.
Maxwell was an incredible and talented musician, chef, gardener, son, brother, and friend; the kind of person one will never forget, and whose memory lives on in all of our hearts.
His love for teaching others and making people laugh was contagious. His thirst for knowledge never ceased to amaze. When something sparked his interest, he invested his whole self in learning and sharing that with others.
Maxwell was a humanitarian in every sense of the word; encouraging everyone to live fully in the present moment. While his physical presence may be gone, he will always be with us.
Maxwell is remembered and cherished by his mother, Mary Rodimon; his father, Jim Rodimon; his sister, Sarah Rodimon; his grandparents, Linda and Stanley Rodimon; and a long list of family and friends who knew and loved him dearly.
A celebration of life will be held for Maxwell on the afternoon of Saturday, June 16, at his home in North Yarmouth. All are welcome to commemorate a beautiful life lost. For more information, please call or text (207) 210-1402.
"I want to live, I want to give, I've been a miner for a Heart of Gold. It's these expressions, I never give. It keeps me searching for a Heart of Gold." - Neil Young

Memorial donations
may be made to the:
Alliance for Addiction and Mental Health Services Maine
part of the Maine Behavioral Health Foundation at:
http://thealliancemaine.org


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Published in Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram on June 14, 2018
Arrangements under the direction of:
Lindquist Funeral Home
1 Mayberry Ln | Yarmouth, ME 04096 | (207) 846-4011
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