Kenneth E. Thomes Jr.

Dover-Foxcroft, Maine

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we think of the stories daily at the country club, you definetly will not be forgotten.

Kenny its been long time from when we last talk, your family should be proud of your life long love for all. see you in woods along the lake side looking up in the tree tops.your friend ACE (David Stokes).

I didn't know you well but whenever I stopped in you were welcoming and kind. May you be at peace. Love Kristen

I love you Grampa, I wish we could have been closer.

we are sooooooooooo sorry for the loss of a wonderful guy we had some good times in our early days at firefighters get together he was such a nice guy and a huge teaser he will be missed by so many people i am just so sad we couldn;t see him whem he was alive but i guess he was just to sick we wish all the love for each and everyone of his family lots of love kay and willy guimond

Thinking of all you and keeping you in our prayers; so sorry for your loss. God Bless......Mitch & Mary Mitchell

He was an outdoorsman that everyone respected. A goto man for help, advise or just a hot cup of coffee. We all enjoyed his company and shared knowledge of the outdoors. He will be truly missed.

UB from CT.

Sue and Steve, It's hard to find the right words at a time like this. We hope that our thoughts and prayers can help during this difficult time.

So sorry for your loss.


Kenneth's Obituaries

Kenneth E. Thomes Jr., 78 PORTLAND - Kenneth E. Thomes Jr., 78, of Dover Foxcroft, died on Jan. 4, 2013, at his son's home surrounded by his loving family. He was born in Portland on July 10, 1934, the son of Kenneth, Sr. and Margaret (Ryan) Thomes. Kenneth grew up in Falmouth and attended...

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