Name: Viola Alley
Given Name: Viola
Suffix: of Addison
Change Date: 9 SEP 2011
Father: Charles Edward Alley b: 4 MAY 1900 in Jonesport, Washington Co, ME, USA
Mother: Rita Tibbetts b: 22 APR 1908 in Addison, Washington Co, ME, USA
Leeman Elmer Faulkingham b: 22 MAR 1925 in Jonesboro, Washington Co, ME, USA
- Abbrev: Obituary
Page: Obit of Albert E. Faulkingham
- Abbrev: Obituary
Page: Obituary of Leeman Elmer Faulkingham, Sr.
Text: Obituary of Leeman Elmer Faulkingham, Sr.
Bangor Daily News - 6 Sep 2011
ADDISON ? Leeman E. Faulkingham Sr., 86, a resident of Washington County, passed away Saturday, Sept. 3, 2011, at a Bangor hospital after a long illness. Leeman was born March 22, 1925, in Jonesport, son of the late John and Geneva (Beal) Faulkingham.
A longtime resident of Beals and Addison, he enjoyed bowling with his friends and participated in league functions for many years. Leeman also had a passion for country music and played guitar with the Seacoast Ramblers, Al and Patty Howland, and The Islanders. His family remembers him as a lifelong lobster fisherman who loved his family and enjoyed simple pleasures.
Leeman is survived by his wife of 40 years, Viola (Alley) Faulkingham of Addison; sons, Leeman E. Faulkingham Jr. and wife, Joni, of Beals and Richard J. Faulkingham and wife, Laurissa, of Sullivan; two beloved grandchildren, Lorenajane of Beals and Kason of Sullivan; sisters, Cindy Alley of Sibley, Mo., and Pearl Gray and husband, Clifford, of Brewer; sisters-in-law, Faye of Stonington and Lula of Beals; several nieces, nephews and cousins.
He was predeceased by four sisters, Bernice Griffin, Lovilla Alley, Adelaide Crowley and Edith Woodward; and six brothers, Harvey, Richard, Leslie, Albert, Leamont and Frankie.
A private committal ceremony will be held at Sewell Field Cemetery, Beals, with Elder Clifford Gray, Leeman?s brother-in-law, officiating.
Those who desire may make donations in Leeman?s memory to Pleasant River Ambulance Service, Columbia.
Arrangements by Bragdon-Kelley Funeral Home, Machias.