Charles-Marston-Obituary

Charles F. Marston

Scarborough, Maine

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My thoughts and prayers with you Cynthia and your wonderful family. God bless you all!!

Dear Chuck and family,
I am so sorry for your loss. I remember your dad at Big sqauw Mt.skiing down the Moose River with his ski patrol buddies a smile on his face. He certainly had a life well lived and a wonderful loving family.

Cindy,
So sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. God bless!

We regret we're unable to offer our condolences in person as we are currently in Arizona. Please know you are all in our thoughts, and we wish you peace of mind and strength of heart during this difficult time.
Wendy and Gary Downes

Sorry to learn of Charlie's passing. Will remember the times he and Betty, Mum and Dad(Charlie and Joan Sanborn) and Frank and Joanie has up to Casey's. All loved the stories around the fire. Maybe both Charlie's are doing that again.

Although I do not know all of Charlie's family in person, I have heard so many wonderful stories of you all during the years of our service with the Sugarloaf Ski Patrol. I know how proud he was of all of you. He was a tremendous man! Super individual! Proud veteran and truly a special person. He will be sorely missed.
My thoughts and prayers to you all.

Charlie was a great NSPS ski patroller and always willing to assist both at Squaw and Sugarloaf. His sincere personality was always appreciated by others. I loved our "old time" ski ventures.

To Chuck, Peggy and Ellie:

We are so sorry for your loss! It sounds like he was quite a guy! Sympathy and best wishes from Barrett and John

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Charles F. Marston, 88 BANGOR-SCARBOROUGH -- Charles F. 'Charlie' Marston, 88, died Oct. 11, 2013 at his home surrounded by his family. He was born May 14, 1925 in Bangor, the son of Fred A. Marston and Kathleen B. (Kelleher) Marston. Charlie grew up in Bangor where, in addition to his parents,...

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