Lester V. Bean

Corinth-Kenduskeag, Maine

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I was so sorry to hear that Uncle Lester has passed away. I was unable to get back to Maine for the services,but my thoughts were with all of his family; especially with Aunt Roberta who has lost her Love and her Lifetime Companion. He has left us all with many memories and descendants; and there are many of both.

My sincere sympathy to the family of Lester. Lester lived a long life and the family is blessed with many wonderful memories. God is loving and will strengthen the family during this difficult time. (1 Peter 5: 6,7)


Your light will shine on always Les. We will miss you and keep you in our hearts and thoughts every day.

Dear A.Roberta and family, was so sorry to hear of Uncle Lester' s passing. I will never forget all of the family gatherings we had growing up or watching him go by the farm in the milk truck always waving! He will be greatly missed by everyone. A very special uncle to all! Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

My thoughts and prayers go out to Roberta and all the family. God keep you and comfort you all through this difficult time. Sincerly Sandy

Uncle Lester was a sweet, sweet man and we will all miss him dearly. Aunt Roberta and Uncle Lester were a special pair, so focused on family and preserving the love and closeness that helps you get through times like these. We were all fortunate to have had him in our lives.
Love to all,

Dear Aunt Roberta and family, We are deeply saddened by the loss of a great uncle.We know he will be greatly missed by all. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Buster & wife Carmen

So sad as we see another special uncle leave us.. Our thoughts and prayers to Aunt Roberta and each of our cousins. Such wonderful memories as we ponder on all the fun times over the years! Nothing like large families and being close. Maybe we didn't have a lot of money but we sure were rich with family love. May God be near to each of you today and in the days ahead.
Love, George & Charlene

Aunt Roberta, so very sorry to hear of Uncle Lester's passing. May God's blessing's and peace comfort you and the rest of the family. I'll always remember your chicken farm, the eggs upon eggs & more eggs and your warm, gracious hospitality when we visited. Uncle Lester was the most feisty uncle on the planet, always ready with his "dukes up", don't sneak up behind him.

Godspeed and God's Blessing to all.

Bruce, Nola & family


Lester's Obituaries


CORINTH and KENDUSKEAG - Lester V. Bean, 91, died August 7, 2014, with his loving family by his side at the veterans' home in Bangor after his battle with COPD and cancer. He was born Oct 11, 1922, in Presque Isle, the son of Dudley and Belle (Achorn) Bean.

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