Bangor Obituaries

Bangor Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Bangor, ME

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  • Friday Sep 21 | via Capital Weekly 

    Edith B. Gibbons

    Edith B. Gibbons, 82, also of Camden, died peacefully Sept. 19, 2018. She was born Nov. 3, 1935, in Dover-Foxcroft, the daughter of Henry and Blanche Badger.


  • Monday Sep 10 | via Bangor Daily News 

    Former Bangor High star, Boston College football cap...

    Paul McCarty, considered by many to be one of the best athletes ever to play at Bangor High School, has died at the age of 59 in Delray, Florida. Pete McCarty, Paul's older brother, said Paul was found dead Monday.


  • Thursday Aug 30 | via Nashua Telegraph 

    Isabelle - Liz' Lagos

    Liz was born in Bangor, Maine; grew up in Medford, MA, settled in Lowell, MA to raise her family, then moved to Windham, NH in retirement. She went to Lawrence Memorial Hospital nursing school.


  • Wednesday Aug 29 | via Bangor Daily News 

    Maine radio legend Chuck Foster dies at 64

    Chuck Foster, who for nearly 50 years was a stalwart of radio and television airwaves in Maine, died Tuesday after a lengthy hospitalization at Eastern Maine Medical Center. He was 64. According to his many media colleagues over the past decades, while Foster was known as a loyal friend and hard worker who loved being on air, there was one thing that set him above the rest of the fray.


  • Monday Aug 27 | via The Harbor Times Soup 

    Martha Calderwood

    She graduated from Cony High School in 1952, and the Eastern Maine Medical Center General School of Nursing in 1955. She married Thomas W Calderwood in June 1956, in Augusta, and they settled in Bangor.


  • Sunday Aug 26 | via Bangor Daily News 

    Sudden heart failure a top cause of nontraumatic dea...

    The fatal collapse of a University of Maine football player during a workout in July was the result of a rare medical tragedy that is the No. 1 nontraumatic cause of death in college athletes.


  • Aug 23, 2018 | via Bangor Daily News 

    Maine sports 'icon' Mike Haley dies at 75

    The longtime coach and school administrator from Auburn, who died Wednesday at age 75 from complications from diabetes, also was known for his rugged handshake. "Mike is single-handedly responsible for teaching thousands of men in this state how to properly shake hands," said Dan O'Connell, head football coach and athletic administrator at John Bapst Memorial High School of Bangor, who worked with Haley at the Maine Football Coaches Association.


  • Aug 16, 2018 | via State of Maine 

    Flags Lowered Friday, August 17 throughout Penobscot...

    AUGUSTA a€"Governor Paul R. LePage has directed all State of Maine flags in the County of Penobscot be flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Friday, August 17 in memory of Penobscot County Commissioner Thomas J. Davis, Jr. He served as a county commissioner for 34 years, and passed away at home on August 12, 2018. a€œAnn and I have known Tom for many years and our hearts go out to his family,a€ stated Governor LePage.


  • Aug 13, 2018 | via Bangor Daily News 

    Tom Davis, longtime Penobscot County commissioner, d...

    Longtime Penobscot County commissioner Thomas J. Davis Jr. of Kenduskeag died Sunday of cancer at his home. He was 81. Davis, a Republican, was first elected to the three-member commission in 1984.


  • Aug 12, 2018 | via Bangor Daily News 

    Jury selection set in Easter Sunday 2017 fatal shoot...

    Jury selection is set to begin Wednesday at the Penobscot Judicial Center in Bangor for the murder trial of the man accused of shooting to death the father of his girlfriend's son on Easter Sunday 2017 in Bangor. Antoinne "Prince" Bethea, 41, of New Haven, Connecticut, and Bangor was arrested May 21 in Euclid, Ohio, during a traffic stop after allegedly cutting off his dreadlocks and fleeing Maine , according to previously published reports.


  • Aug 2, 2018 | via Bangor Daily News 

    Man who helped trigger a 'Renaissance' in downtown B...

    Though Hutchins had moved away from Bangor more than a decade ago with his wife of 56 years, Sandra, who preceded him in death two years ago, he is remembered as a generous visionary who poured his time and money into the city he knew best. "To me, they helped set the pace for what I think has always been one of Bangor's hallmarks.


  • Jul 30, 2018 | via The Harbor Times Soup 

    Thomas Calderwood

    Tom was born in Bangor on Oct. 20, 1932, the son of Samuel Henry Calderwood and Frances Palmer. He attended Bangor High School, where he played football, and the University of Maine at Orono until 1952 when he enlisted in the Army.