Camden Obituaries

Camden Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Camden, ME

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  • Friday | via Bangor Daily News 

    Kenneth S. Axelson

    Kenneth S. Axelson, retired Executive Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer and a former Director of J.C.Penney Company, Inc., and New York City's first Deputy Mayor for Finance, died on May 23, 2016, at Sussman House, Rockport, Maine, of congestive kidney failure. He was 93 and lived in Camden, Maine.


  • Monday Jul 11 | via Herald Gazette 

    Geraldine N. McConchie service

    Geraldine N. McConchie, 93, passed away March 30, 2016, at The Villas of Sunset Bay, where she had been a resident since September 2015. A celebration of her life and reception will be held at 11 a..m Saturday, July 30, at the Rockland Congregational Church, 180 Limerock St., followed by interment at Oak Hill Cemetery in Camden.


  • Tuesday Jul 5 | via Capital Weekly 

    Raymond A. Rawley

    Raymond Andrew Rawley, 84, passed away at The Sussman House on the Penbay Campus in Rockport July 3, 2016. Ray was born May 8, 1932, in Camden to Alfred and Francis Rawley.


  • Tuesday Jul 5 | via Herald Gazette 

    John R. Kincade notice

    John R. Kincade, 95, died on Thursday, June 30, 2017, at home in Camden surrounded by his wife, son and daughter. If desired, memorial gifts may be made in his memory to the American Legion Post 30 in Camden.


  • Tuesday Jun 28 | via Herald Gazette 

    Earl Norwood III notice

    Earl R. Norwood III, 68, of Appleton passed away June 27, 2016. He was born Oct. 7, 1947, in Camden, the son of Earl R. and Marian Norwood Jr. Visiting hours will be held from 5 to 7 p.m., Tuesday July 5, at Riposta Funeral Home, 182 Waldo Ave., Belfast.


  • Monday Jun 27 | via Capital Weekly 

    William 'Swiss' H. Hardy Sr.

    Willard "Swiss" Harold Hardy Sr., 93, of Youngtown Road in Lincolnville passed away at the Veterans Home in Augusta, Wednesday, June 22, 2016. Born in Rockland, June 10, 1923, he was the son of Harold R. "Si" and Lillie E. Packard Hardy, and lived his life at the family farm on Youngtown Road in Lincolnville.