Alexander, Maine

Guest Book

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Thank you for every memory we have shared together Grampy. You have taught me so much and I will cherish the times we have spent together in my heart. I will always be thinking of you and I will do my best to make you proud. And when I ask you for advice I know you will answer. I can't wait until we meet again. I love you to the moon and back.
-Emily xoxo

To Barb and family,
I am so sorry for your loss. I loved reading about Barry's life; he was true to family and himself, with his love of the woods, nature, which reflects my own husband's love of the world. Thank you all for sharing and our condolences on your loss. thinking of all of you and you too, Barb, Stacey Doten

To a very special family,no words can express our sorrow for your loss.our prayers are with you every day as you heal and go on with your lives,as Barry would want you to do We love you all and will always be here for you.God Bless and keep you safe in His care, With all our Love Jim and Gail

I love you Dad. Thinking of you every minute of every day. You are my inspiration. You have, and always will, mean the whole world to me.
Love & kisses, Robin

What a great principal and friend Barry was. He helped me through many troubled times and I appreciated his leadership and friendship. My sincerest sympathy to his family.

To my family, praying that precious memories and the love of those left behind will ease the pain we feel now. We should allow all the cherished times spent together to light the way until we are called to gather once again with those waiting for us in Heaven. To Uncle Barry, we promise to keep the family together and strong until we see you again. Please come visit. Love you?

So very sorry for your loss. I did not know your father, but I do know you "Mrs. G."....and for that he would be so very proud
I am sure. God bless you during this difficult time

Love you so much Dad

Mr. Wheaton, one of the best educators ever...founding father of PES 299 Main, the principal who saw my teaching potential even before I knew it existed, and found a way to give me a job.... He gave the best advice... "If you're gonna make it, kid, you gotta get thick skin." And my favorite was, "Don't get in a pissing contest with a skunk." I hope you're up there with Mr. P, Mr. Wheaton, reminiscing about the good 'ole days. My condolences to the Wheaton family.


BARRY's Obituaries

ALEXANDER -- Barry Thomas Wheaton, 72, passed away peacefully on March 21, 2013, surrounded by his loving family. He was born Oct. 16, 1940, in Lincoln, to Archie and MaryLynn Wheaton, their first born child. He attended schools in Norridgewock and Skowhegan, graduated from the University of...

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