1987 – 2014
LEWISTON — “Friends are like stars. You can’t always see them, but they are always there!”
After a lifetime of touching so many of his friends and family members, trying to make their lives better, Cameron E. Goulet, 27, of Rejane Ave., died Wednesday, Oct. 8, at his home.
He was born in Presque Isle on Sept. 24, 1987, a son of John and Judy Gowell Goulet. He graduated from Edward Little High School in the Class of 2005.
He worked at LePage Bakery and enjoyed having intellectual conversations with many people and playing Frisbee golf. With his beloved daughter, Annabelle, he loved to climb trees, take long walks, play fun games, watch movies, go to the playground and decorate Christmas cookies. He was one with his dog, Zoe, and read books focused on spiritual development.
He truly cared for his friends and wanted to support them in their time of need. He was very kind, thoughtful and patient. His smile was genuine and meaningful. He cared deeply about people’s feelings and tried to help his friends recognize their importance in this world and the gifts they had to offer, even as he searched for greater meaning in his own life.
The members of Cam’s family, who can now continue to reflect his goodness in this world, include his mom and stepfather, Judy and Jerry Gosselin of Lewiston; his father and stepmother, John and Marjean Goulet of The Villages, Fla.; his treasured daughter, Annabelle Goulet and her mother, Ashley Levesque, of Turner; his brother, Capt. Ryan Goulet, U.S. Army, and his wife, Capt. Laura Goulet, U.S. Army, of Harker Heights, Texas; his maternal grandmother, Mary S. Gowell of Auburn; his aunts, “Auntie Bets” Betsy Vallee and her husband, Lance, of Auburn, Lee Farnan and her husband, “Scout,” from Duncansville, Pa., Nikki White and her husband, Mike, of Sinclair; his uncles, Mike Goulet and his wife, Rocky, of Lewiston and Tony Goulet and his wife, Shauna, of Masardis; many cousins; and his best friend, Chantel St. Laurent.
He was predeceased by his maternal grandfather, Earl B. Gowell; and his paternal grandparents, Leo and Kay Goulet.
As Cam’s family is grateful for and humbled by the outpouring of love, concern and stories offered by so many people, the memory of his life would be honored and fulfilled if we all spend quality time uplifting the people we come in contact with daily.
Online condolences and photo gallery are at www.thefortingroupauburn.com.