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Kim Kimball

Jul 24, 1957 - Nov 06, 2023

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North Berwick, ME

Kim Novak Kimball, 66, of North Berwick, Maine passed unexpectedly on November 6th. Kim was Born in Beverly, Massachusetts on July 24th predeceased by parents Bette and William "Bill" Novak and siblings Judy Bright and David Eckmann, and survived by siblings Gary Eckmann, and Gail St. Charles. Kim graduated from Beverly High School, who then attended Montserrat College of Art. She met Glenn Kimball in 1981 in Maine and was married in 1986. She worked at Pratt & Whitney for several years before m...Read More

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Gerald Thomas Schulmaier

May 14, 1933 - Feb 20, 2024

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North Berwick, ME

Gerald Thomas Schulmaier - 90 Jerry was born at Wentworth Douglas Hospital to Henry Raymond Schulmaier SR & Alice Irene Schulmaier (Wenworth) on May 14, 1933– Died unexpectedly on February 20, 2024. After graduating from North Berwick High School in 1952, he went on to enlist in the United States Army, serving in Germany for several years. After his service time, he returned to the family farm in North Berwick where he performed all daily chores and task around the farm; starting before the sun was up and ending after it had gone down, each and every day. In 1986, the Backache Farm stopped milk production. After that, Jerry had several jobs. Delivering newspapers for Fosters Daily Democrat. Working at Hussey Seating in the Wood shop for several years. After retiring from Hussey Seating, he worked at the North Berwick Transfer Station, mostly handing out candy to kids and mild bones to the dogs. Jerry was a member of the VFW & The Knights of Columbus. He is predeceased by his parents, Henry Schulmaier Sr & wife Alice Wentworth Schulmaier, his brother Henry Schulmaier, Jr. . He is survived by his sister Eleanor Paula Phinney (95), his niece Kate A. Phinney Lord, and nephew Jay Michael Phinney Visiting hours will be held Monday, February 26 from 3pm to 6pm at the Johnson Funeral Home, 26 Market Street, North Berwick. A funeral service will be held Tuesday February 27 at 10 am at the Johnson Funeral Home. Spring interment in Evergreen Cemetery in Berwick, ME. .In lieu of flowers the family requests that donation be made to ASPCA or your local shelter in Jerry’s name. To to the family or in memory of Gerald Thomas Schulmaier, please

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Donna May Johnson Dow

May 02, 1939 - Feb 11, 2024

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North Berwick, ME

Donna May Johnson Dow, 84 years, a former resident of Ross Corner Woods, died Sunday, February 11, 2024 at Pinnacle Health and Rehabilitation Center in North Berwick after a short illness. Donna was born in Kennebunkport on May 2, 1939, a daughter of Neil and Winona (Hayford) Johnson and graduated from Kennebunk High School in 1957. She graduated from Cosmetology School in Portland in 1958 and opened her own shop in her home in West Kennebunk for several years. She was a caregiver to several elderly people in Kennebunk for over 10 years. Donna enjoyed knitting, crocheting , and playing the piano. Spending time with her family and friends brought her great joy. Donna always brought a smile to anyone she met. Her family will remember her for her constant love and her laugh. She will be dearly missed. She was predeceased by her parents, her son, William Coyne, sisters, Pauline Johnson Drew, Florence Johnson Whitten and Naomi Johnson Cyr. Survivors include her daughters, Winona Coyne Elmore and her husband Michael of Washington, ME, Lulu Dow Doe and her husband Michael of Hiram, ME , and Kathleen Dow Derham and her husband Todd of West Kennebunk, ME, sister Juanita Johnson Thurston and her husband Jesse of Arundel, ME, 15 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews and many wonderful friends. There are no visiting hours. A graveside service will be held at Arundel Cemetery in Kennebunkport in the spring. To share a memory or leave a message of condolence please visit Donna’s Book of Memories Page at www.bibberfuneral.com http://www.bibberfuneral.com. Arrangements are in the care of Bibber Memorial Chapel, 67 Summer Street, Kennebunk, ME 04043.

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John Ray Weymouth

Oct 21, 1969 - Feb 01, 2024

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North Berwick, ME

John Ray Weymouth, 54, of Maple Street passed away peacefully, February 1, 2024 at Wentworth-Douglas Hospital after a brief period of failing health. He was born in October 21, 1969 in Sanford, the son of Leslie and Sandra (Bentley) Weymouth. John graduated Noble High School in 1987 where he participated in football. In his free time, he loved mudding on Ridlon Road. In 1997 John was in a life altering motor vehicle accident which changed his future but not his attitude and outlook on life. He never complained or lost his sense of humor at the hand he was dealt. He remained his own happy self, giving orders whenever it felt necessary. John loved when Sam and Grace, his niece and nephew slept over at Uncle’s house; giving them rides on his feet in the wheelchair, watching movies, introducing Sam to the wonders of “Star Wars” and treating Grace to whatever teddy bear she wanted. He attended their Track and Cross-Country meets, Eagle Scouts ceremonies and Tae Kwon Do events. John enjoyed planning and preparing the meals for himself and his dad, beginning at the grocery store, he did all the cooking. He owned an extensive movie collection and loved his computer and watched all the Boston teams, Celtics, Patriots, Red Sox and Bruins. The family built a trail for John through the woods behind their home that he enjoyed each and every day, except for that one day that the chair stopped working and Dad had to pull him back to the house with the tractor! He had his own platform tree stand where he continued to enjoy hunting, as he had since his youth. In 2003, he went on a hunt to Jackman with his brother-in-law Stephen and John bagged his first Moose. He was always up for an adventure. He was pre-deceased by his mom, Sandy, brother-in-law Stephen Fleming, cousin Daren Thyng and several aunts and uncles. He will be forever loved by his dad, Leslie Weymouth, sister Jessica Fleming, nephew Sam Fleming, niece Grace (Fleming) Oso and husband Damian, all of Sanford; aunts and uncles, Owen and Lynn Thyng of North Berwick, Wayne and Gail Weymouth of Wells, Sibyl Bentley of Springvale, Daniel and Melodie Bentley of Rochester, Gil Larsen of Florida, many cousins and his loving companion, his dog, “B”. The family will forever be grateful to John’s caregivers who became like family; Lisa Winchell, Janice Pomerleau and Michelle Dumont. They made life a bit easier every day. A time of visitation will be held Friday, February 9 from 3pm to 5pm at the Johnson Funeral Home, 26 Market Street, North Berwick, ME. Come share a Johnny story. Interment in the spring. Friends who wish may contribute to Maine Adaptive Sports & Recreation, P.O. Box 853, Bethel, ME 04217. Arrangements entrusted to the Johnson Funeral Home where condolences, stories and pictures may be shared at www.JohnsonFuneralHomeME.com To to the family or in memory of John Ray Weymouth, please

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Eugene (Gene) Hayes

Jun 16, 1942 - Jan 23, 2024

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North Berwick, ME

Eugene (Gene) Hayes, 81 of North Berwick, ME passed away suddenly on January 23, 2024. He was the son of the late Albert Hayes and Doris (Rondeau). Gene was raised and educated in Newmarket, NH. He graduated from Newmarket High School where he excelled at basketball and enjoyed the camaraderie of playing with his “Mules” teammates. During his high school years, he developed a passion for building and designing which led him to become a self-taught Master Carpenter. His many designs and projects are admired, appreciated, and have lasted the test of time; a testament to his craft. Gene was a sports enthusiast, who enjoyed watching his local New England teams, especially the Patriots and Red Sox. He also was a NASCR enthusiast who attended many NASCAR races in Daytona and Loudon, NH. When Fall arrived, for Gene, it meant heading to “camp” in Brownsville, ME where the anticipated hunting season was about to begin. Along with his buddies, Dana, Jamie, Kenny, and his brother-in- law Joe, his days were filled scouting the woods, cooking meals together after a long day in those woods, sharing stories in the evening, and of course the thrill of the hunt ever present throughout their trips. Gene shared his love of music with his son Glen. They went to many concerts in NH, Maine, and Massachusetts together; cherished memories. Gene’s family was his top priority. He was always there for them; enthusiastically lending his helping hand. All who knew him, knew all one needed to do was ask, and he would be right there with his valued advice and skill to assist in any project. Gene is survived by his loving wife of more than 50 years, Diana Sylvester Hayes, his brother Ronnie, his son Glen and his wife Christine, his daughter Sandy and her husband Peter, his stepson, Jeff and his fiancé Jeanne, grandchildren, Philip, Jarrett, Savannah, Thomas and Ryn and great grandchildren, Lincoln, Colt and Shay. He also leaves behind several sisters and brothers-in-law. A mass will be celebrated in the spring, at Our Lady of the Angels Catholic Church in South Berwick, ME.

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Marilyn W. Collins

Nov 17, 1944 - Jan 16, 2024

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North Berwick, ME

Marilyn W. Collins “Nana”, 79, of North Berwick, ME passed away on January 16, 2024 in very loving care. She was born one of seven children to Evelyn (Junkins) Pierce and William Everett Pierce and was born at home at the ‘Pierce Family Farm’ in Kittery, Maine. Marilyn, “Me Me” is predeceased by her twin brother Robert “Bobby” Pierce, and sisters; Evelyn “Honey” Beckert, Carolyn “Sissy” Leavitt, Beverly “Cookie” Webster and Brenda “Bunny” Lawrence. She is survived by her sister Donna Johnson. Marilyn is predeceased by her husband Gary A. Collins, of 57 years. Marilyn is survived by her children; Jim R. and his wife Wendy Collins of Kittery, Wendy Jo Elgohaury of South Berwick, Kelli Vetter of North Berwick, Julie and her husband Jay Davis of South Berwick, and her 10 grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren (with an 11th on the way!) and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. During the early years of their marriage, Marilyn traveled with her husband Gary who was in the Air Force. They lived in Japan, Hawaii, Iowa and New York; eventually settling back home in Kittery Point, Maine. She worked at Marshalls in Portsmouth, NH from the very beginning when they opened in 1980 and retired after 30 years. Marilyn loved playing Bingo with her sister Cookie and her daughters. She had a passion for gardening and loved all things flowers, enjoyed doing puzzles, would never miss a day feeding and watching the birds from her deck and most recently you could almost guarantee that Nana would have her Aroma Joe's Iced coffee in hand and a KitKat close by. Above all, she was truly the best mom, sister, nana, aunt, cousin and friend. She was loving, kind, selfless and will be incredibly missed by everyone who knew her for who she was. The family of Marilyn W. Collins wishes to thank the VFW Post 5744, Seacoast Cancer Center and Johnson’s Funeral Home. Marilyn’s family would like to extend their heartfelt gratitude to Dr Civiello and her team over at Seacoast Cancer Center for the passionate care and guidance that they provided Visiting hours will be held from 10:00-11:30 AM with a service following, on January 24th at Johnson’s Funeral Home in North Berwick. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be given to VFW Post 5744 of South Berwick, ME, PO Box 58, North Berwick, ME 03906 and/or to the Seacoast Cancer Center, 789 Central Ave, Dover NH 03820. Condolences may be expressed at www.JohnsonFuneralHomeME.com

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David Fall

Jan 01, 1940 - Jan 01, 2023

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North Berwick, ME

A time of remembrance will be held for David Fall (1940-2023), formerly the co-owner of Fall’s Agway and native of Sanford, Maine. All are welcome to attend the gathering which will be held at the Johnson Funeral Home at 26 Market Street, North Berwick, Maine on January 27th from 1 pm to 3 pm. with an opportunity to share stories at 2pm. Please bring any pictures, memories and stories to share. For more information, please feel comfortable in reaching out to either Gretchen, Greg, Amy or the Johnson Funeral Home directly at 207.676.2622.

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Sandra Marie Durand

May 26, 1943 - Dec 23, 2023

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North Berwick, ME

Sandra Durand 80, of No. Berwick Me, passed away suddenly on Dec 23, 2023. Sandra was the daughter of Elmer and Olive (Hilton) Boston of So. Berwick, ME. She worked many years in the areas shoe shops, Converse in North Berwick, South Berwick Shoe and then on to GE in Somersworth, NH. She finished up her working career at Card Land in Rochester, NH. She also went back to earn her high school GED which she was very proud of. In 1963, Sandra married Rene Durand ( Pepe ) her husband and soulmate with whom she celebrated over 50 years of marriage and together they had one daughter Robin, who they both loved, cherished and adored. Nana, as we all knew her, enjoyed the simple things of life. Vacationing with Pepe and other family and friends, tending to her flowers, sitting on the beach, or just relaxing on her sunporch. She was also thankful and sincerely appreciative along with blessed for her great friend Carol Countryman. Her true joy and pride was the time she could share with her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Sandra was predeceased by her loving husband Rene, brothers Kenneth and Roger Boston and brother in laws Normand Durand and Ed Small and a very special friend Wayne Countryman. She is survived by her loving daughter Robin Moore and her husband Kevin of North Berwick; grandchildren Amy Durand and her husband Joshua Beaupre of St, Johns Florida, Brittany Alves and her husband Derek of Lyman, Maine, Aaron Moore and his wife Kate of Sanford Maine; great grandchildren, Devin and Grace Salinas, Cooper and C