• Carl R. Wheaton

    Carl R. Wheaton

    BAR HARBOR and Williamsburg, Va. Lt. Col. Carl R. Wheaton died on Sept. 12, 2019, at Patriots Colony in Williamsburg, Va. Carl was born on Oct. 23, 1923, in Brooklyn, N.Y., second son of Andrew Lehtinen Wheaton and Abby Richardson Wheaton. He was raised in Bar Harbor and graduated from Bar Harbor High School in

  • Calvin Abner Weed

    Calvin Abner Weed

    ELLSWORTH Calvin Abner Weed, 86, died Oct. 15, 2019, at his home. He was born in Bangor, May 3, 1933, the son of George Everett and Marjorie Loantha (Seavey) Weed. Cal grew up in Bangor and Hampden. While attending Hampden Academy he played football, baseball and basketball. Cal served in the U.S. Army (1953-55). After

  • Beverly Stinson Fountaine

    Beverly Stinson Fountaine

    LAMOINE Beverly Stinson Fountaine went to be with the Lord Oct. 3, 2019, after suffering from diabetes and heart failure. She was the fifth child of Harold and Edith Stinson of Stonington, born March 6, 1940, at home on the Airport Road. The love of Bev’s life for 45 years was her husband, Joe Fountaine.

  • Nancy Theresa Doyle

    Nancy Theresa Doyle

    ELLSWORTH There will be a gathering to celebrate the life of Nancy Theresa Doyle, who moved on to her next adventure on June 15, 2019. I know, the obituary said we were planning a celebration for the summer, but we had to make sure this wasn’t some elaborate prank to get her kids to clean

  • Ida Mae Smallidge

    Ida Mae Smallidge

    SOUTHWEST HARBOR Ida Mae Smallidge, of Southwest Harbor, died Aug. 29, 2019. She was 81. Ida was born in Bar Harbor on July 4, 1938, to Roy and Jennie Jenkins of Northeast Harbor. Ida grew up in Northeast Harbor and graduated from Mount Desert High School and pursued her education and calling as a nurse.

  • John Irving Smallidge

    John Irving Smallidge

    BAR HARBOR At the bountiful age of 87, John Irving Smallidge passed away Sept. 21 at home with his family in East Lyme, Conn. He was predeceased by his loving wife of 61 years, Doris Scarvalone Smallidge. He is survived by his four sons, their wives and children — Michael, his wife, Michele, and children

  • James Salant

    James Salant

    BROOKLIN Author James Salant, 35, died of a sudden heart attack on Aug. 25 in Brooklin. His critically acclaimed 2007 memoir, “Leaving Dirty Jersey,” described how he left his home in Princeton, N.J., at age 17, for the life of a drug addict, and how he eventually recovered. Following that book’s publication, James continued writing

  • James Edward Norris Jr.

    James Edward Norris Jr.

    James Edward Norris Jr. was born to Eleanor Tower and James Norris on Oct. 28, 1946, in Ellsworth. Jim lost his battle with cancer at his home on Marlboro Beach in Lamoine on Oct. 3, 2019, surrounded by his loved ones. He has gone to meet our Lord and to start his next great adventure.

  • Anne Tracy De Golyer

    Anne Tracy De Golyer

    SOUTHWEST HARBOR Anne Tracy De Golyer, 78, died Oct. 2, 2019, in Southwest Harbor. She was born July 22, 1941, in Bar Harbor, the daughter of Philip Tracy and Melissa Colcord (Farnham) Carroll. Anne graduated from Pemetic High School, Class of 1959, and Mount Ida College. In 1961, she married Donald E. De Golyer. She

  • Mary Lyman Coit Drury

    Mary Lyman Coit Drury

    BAR HABOR Mary Lyman Coit Drury — sister, aunt, cousin, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, Maer Maer — died Sept. 24, 2019, at her home in Bar Harbor. She was 89. Mary was a teacher, a pillar of her community and the heart of her family. Raised in Cambridge, Mass., she attended the Buckingham School (now Buckingham