Richard-Averill-Obituary

Richard Averill

Stillwater And Bangor, Maine

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What a great thrill and blessing that our family got to spend time with Uncle Dick and his family 2 years ago in Maine! He and his brother "Gramps" were so much alike. Prayers and thoughts with your families...


Our Deepest Sympathy In Tjis Time Of Loss!

My Mother and I were blessed to have the chance to visit with our family in Maine 2 years ago and to spend time with Uncle Dick. I could not help thinking during my visit how much alike he was to, my Grandfather, his brother. I know that all of his family and friends will miss him dearly, as will I. Thanks for the talks we had and laughs we shared. I know that heaven has its hands full now with the Averill Brothers together forever.
WA-NEE-NAH-NEEKA!

Bob,
I am very sorry to hear of your dad's passing. You and yours are in my thoughts.

Although our families were hundreds of miles apart, we talked when we could and reminisced often. Our last trip to Maine is one that my family and I will never forget. It was a chance for my 2 sons to meet someone they had only heard stories about. We talked for hours but it seemed like seconds and he sent us back to North Carolina with 4 of the biggest lobsters I've ever seen. I could listen to his stories forever especially the ones of he and his brother and their escapades. His words...

My condolences to Dick's family. Dick was my friend and next door neighbor for over 30 years. He shared quite a few interesting stories with me during that time. Over the years, he always had a project underway took a great deal of pride in his property. Dick was a unique individual and will be greatly missed.
Ron Harriman

Bob,Judy and Suzanne,May Gods'love and promise carry you in this time of great sorrow. I will always remember his words to me when my dad was slipping away."Walt,your dad and I both have had a wonderful life,loving families and great times together.Take comfort and rejoice in his memory." We will miss him so, and remember him forever- WA-NEE-NAH-NEEKA! Uncle Dick, Having a smile in your memory!

I wish to extend to you and to members of your family my deepest sympathy on your loss. May the Lord's loving promises comfort you and give you strength as you walk through this difficult time. On behalf of a grateful nation as an expression of appreciation for the honorable and faithful service rendered by your loved one. (If you wish a personalized memorial card mailed to you with history of playing of taps, 21 gun salute, meaning of each fold of the flag as a keepsake, Send for request...

I visited Dick at his home early last year. His mind was a sharp as ever. He sure had a lot of experiences to share. A good guy, who I will miss seeing at Hannafords here in Brewer. I would approach him, as he was riding in the wheel cart. Asking for his license. His laughter was so contagious, and loud throughout the store. RIP Dick

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Richard's Obituary

Richard Averill passed away in Stillwater And Bangor, Maine. Funeral Home Services for Richard are being provided by Brookings-Smith. The obituary was featured in BDN Maine on February 21, 2013.