Theodore Dana "Ted" Lagueux

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Theodore 'Ted' Dana Lagueux

Berwick, Maine - Theodore 'Ted' Dana Lagueux, 56 years, of Berwick died unexpectedly on November 12, 2013 at his home.

Ted was born December 25, 1956 in Berwick, a son of Julien and Delian (Fortier) Lagueux. He attended Berwick schools and graduated from Noble High School in 1975. He was known throughout town as the owner of Ted's Siding, etc.

Ted enjoyed watching his children participating in various parades, soccer games and other events. He coached soccer in their younger years. He was a movie buff, especially westerns, enjoyed listening to music and was an avid reader, being instrumental in establishing the Berwick Public Library. He was a WW II history buff and enjoyed boating. He enjoyed town politics and served on the recycling committee for a number of years as well as running for Selectman this past spring.

Ted is survived and greatly missed by his four children, sons James C. Lagueux of Sanford and Benjamin T. Lagueux of Berwick, step son Ryan M. Shepheard and his wife, Amanda Leinbaugh, of Boston, Mass. and step daughter, Amy Joslyn and her husband, Benjamin, of South Berwick; his sisters, June Lagueux and Carolyn Lagueux both of Berwick, Maine; his brother, William Lagueux of Berwick, Maine, his granddaughter, Isla Joslyn; several nieces and nephews; and his close friend, Laura Batchelder.

Friends may visit from 11 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, November 20 at Laing-Bibber Funeral Chapel, 36 Rochester Street, Berwick, Maine. A memorial service will then be held at noon time at the chapel with Father Michael Taylor from St. Martin's Church. Interment will follow at New Town Cemetery in Rollinsford, N.H.

Should friends desire, memorial donations may be made to: Berwick Public Library, P.O. Box 838, Berwick, Maine 03901.

Arrangements are in care of Laing-Bibber Funeral Home. www.bibberfuneral.com.

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Published in Fosters from Nov. 15 to Nov. 18, 2013