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Alpha Cremation Service

480 Elm Street
Biddeford, ME 04005
(207) 283-8094
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Emond and Conroy Funeral Home

480 Elm Street
Biddeford, ME 04005
(207) 282-6300
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Hope Memorial Chapel

480 Elm Street
Biddeford, ME 04005
(207) 282-6300
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St Joseph's Cemetery

194 West Street
Biddeford, ME 04005
(207) 282-0747
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Suffield Obituary: Robert Reed, 62 - Patch.com

Saturday, April 08, 2017

New Hampshire, 62, died on Tuesday, March 28, 2017.Robert was born on June 28, 1954 in Bronx, NY. He attended All Hallows High School and received his Bachelors of Arts from St. Francis College, Biddeford, Maine. In 1982 Robert married Kathleen Williams, and together they had 3 sons, Robert Jr., Brendan and Declan. Robert was the president of Moosehead Harvesting Inc. Bob lived life in a very large way with his wife and boys. He leaves them all with the fondest of memories of times spent together and will be missed by all from the hills of Ireland, the slopes of Loon, the stands of Yankee stadium, the shores of Nantucket, and the pasture and home on the Farm with his ponies. Bob spent his life not only in the woods but in the hearts of anyone who had the pleasure of knowing him. However, his true passion was his family who will miss him dearly. He is survived by his loving wife Kathleen; his sons, Robert Reed, Jr. and his wife Mallory of West Suffield, Brendan Reed and his wife Michele of Aurora, Colorado and Declan Reed of Bozeman, Montana; his mother and her husband Kathleen and Jerry Bogin of Richmond, Virginia and his brother Tom Reed and his wife Dawn of County Clare, Ireland; his grandson, Emmet Reed; and his fathe...

Timothy Hussey, 59, businessman wrote about lessons of illness - The Boston Globe

Monday, June 27, 2016

I can release lots of fears after letting go of the fear of death, and live my life with much more peace.”Born in Biddeford, Maine, Timothy Buffum Hussey grew up in Kennebunkport, the oldest of four children. His father, Philip Hussey Jr., also had served as president of the family business. His mother, the former Martha DeWolf, was a homemaker and a church secretary.Mr. Hussey graduated from Kennebunk High School in 1974, from Colby College in Maine four years later, and received a master’s of business administration from Cornell University. He spent his entire career at Hussey Seating Co., becoming president in 1995.On the local and state levels he served on boards for organizations including the Maine Economic Growth Council and Maine Development Foundation. He also was a trustee emeritus at Colby.“He could pack more into a day than anyone I know,” said his oldest child, Hannah of Jamaica Plain. “He was the type of person who could be running an international family-owned manufacturing business and still have time to show up at his kids’ band concerts and Little League games.”“We were always his first priority, which meant the world to us,” said his youngest child, Olivia, who just finished her junior year at Boston College.In 1989, Mr. Hussey married Marcia Landry, whom he had met at a wedding. “I walked across a dance floor at DiMillo’s Restaurant in Portland, and my life profoundly changed,” he wrote on their anniversary in February. Her father, a minister, officiated at their wedding, and characterized them as “stubborn opposites.”“I liked romance and poetry, Tim liked figures. He was black and white while I was gray,” she said. “We had these three great kids. They’ve got the best of us, and that’s the legacy that will go forward.”Olivia said that “definitely the best gift he gave us was his love for my mom. How much they loved and cared for each other really set the bar high for any relationships we’ll be in.”In addition to his wife and two daughters, Mr. Hussey leaves his son, Philip of Portland, Maine, and his mother, who lives in Kennebunk, as does his sister, Anne, and his two brothers, Jon and Richard.Family and friends will gather to celebrate Mr. Hussey’s life at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Holy Spirit Church in Kennebunk.In sailing races over the years from Newport, R.I., to Bermuda, and from Marblehead to Halifax, Nova Scotia, Mr. Hussey served as the navigator. “He always had the respect of everyone else on the boat. When my dad spoke, everyone listened,” said his son, Philip. “That was something I came to admire. Everyone always knew that he had the answer.”In no small way, Mr. Hussey used his blog and the conversations he had these past two years to chart a cour...

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Suffield Obituary: Robert Reed, 62 - Patch.com

Saturday, April 08, 2017

New Hampshire, 62, died on Tuesday, March 28, 2017.Robert was born on June 28, 1954 in Bronx, NY. He attended All Hallows High School and received his Bachelors of Arts from St. Francis College, Biddeford, Maine. In 1982 Robert married Kathleen Williams, and together they had 3 sons, Robert Jr., Brendan and Declan. Robert was the president of Moosehead Harvesting Inc. Bob lived life in a very large way with his wife and boys. He leaves them all with the fondest of memories of times spent together and will be missed by all from the hills of Ireland, the slopes of Loon, the stands of Yankee stadium, the shores of Nantucket, and the pasture and home on the Farm with his ponies. Bob spent his life not only in the woods but in the hearts of anyone who had the pleasure of knowing him. However, his true passion was his family who will miss him dearly. He is survived by his loving wife Kathleen; his sons, Robert Reed, Jr. and his wife Mallory of West Suffield, Brendan Reed and his wife Michele of Aurora, Colorado and Declan Reed of Bozeman, Montana; his mother and her husband Kathleen and Jerry Bogin of Richmond, Virginia and his brother Tom Reed and his wife Dawn of County Clare, Ireland; his grandson, Emmet Reed; and his fathe...

Timothy Hussey, 59, businessman wrote about lessons of illness - The Boston Globe

Monday, June 27, 2016

I can release lots of fears after letting go of the fear of death, and live my life with much more peace.”Born in Biddeford, Maine, Timothy Buffum Hussey grew up in Kennebunkport, the oldest of four children. His father, Philip Hussey Jr., also had served as president of the family business. His mother, the former Martha DeWolf, was a homemaker and a church secretary.Mr. Hussey graduated from Kennebunk High School in 1974, from Colby College in Maine four years later, and received a master’s of business administration from Cornell University. He spent his entire career at Hussey Seating Co., becoming president in 1995.On the local and state levels he served on boards for organizations including the Maine Economic Growth Council and Maine Development Foundation. He also was a trustee emeritus at Colby.“He could pack more into a day than anyone I know,” said his oldest child, Hannah of Jamaica Plain. “He was the type of person who could be running an international family-owned manufacturing business and still have time to show up at his kids’ band concerts and Little League games.”“We were always his first priority, which meant the world to us,” said his youngest child, Olivia, who just finished her junior year at Boston College.In 1989, Mr. Hussey married Marcia Landry, whom he had met at a wedding. “I walked across a dance floor at DiMillo’s Restaurant in Portland, and my life profoundly changed,” he wrote on their anniversary in February. Her father, a minister, officiated at their wedding, and characterized them as “stubborn opposites.”“I liked romance and poetry, Tim liked figures. He was black and white while I was gray,” she said. “We had these three great kids. They’ve got the best of us, and that’s the legacy that will go forward.”Olivia said that “definitely the best gift he gave us was his love for my mom. How much they loved and cared for each other really set the bar high for any relationships we’ll be in.”In addition to his wife and two daughters, Mr. Hussey leaves his son, Philip of Portland, Maine, and his mother, who lives in Kennebunk, as does his sister, Anne, and his two brothers, Jon and Richard.Family and friends will gather to celebrate Mr. Hussey’s life at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Holy Spirit Church in Kennebunk.In sailing races over the years from Newport, R.I., to Bermuda, and from Marblehead to Halifax, Nova Scotia, Mr. Hussey served as the navigator. “He always had the respect of everyone else on the boat. When my dad spoke, everyone listened,” said his son, Philip. “That was something I came to admire. Everyone always knew that he had the answer.”In no small way, Mr. Hussey used his blog and the conversations he had these past two years to chart a cour...