EAST Livermore – Sheila Ann Castonguay, 66, a resident of East Livermore, died unexpectedly, Saturday, Feb. 7, at her home.

She was born on June 26, 1942, in Farmington, the daughter of Oliver and Helen Wyman Hall. She attended schools in Rome and graduated from Messalonskee High School in 1960.

On July 2, 1960, she married Gerard Castonguay in Farmington. They were married 48 years. She was a homemaker to for her family, and owned and managed Tri Town Sanitation for years.

Sheila’s highest aspiration in life was to be a wife, mother and grandmother, and she was the best at it. She was the heart and soul of her home, having an incredible servant’s heart. She served her husband, children and grandchildren faithfully and joyfully her whole life. She created many precious memories for her family. She was an extremely giving person and enjoyed her large circle of friends.

She loved to travel, visiting Italy and Ireland, and relished the local drives to the coast and fall trips to view the scenic foliage.

She is survived by her husband, Gerard, of Livermore Falls; two sons, Howard Castonguay of Portland and Peter Castonguay and his wife, Wendy, of Wayne; grandchildren, Zachary, Nicole, Caleb and Rachel Castonguay; and brothers and sisters, Rhonda, Billy, Ed, Tom, John, Colleen and Marianne.

She was predeceased by a daughter, Barbara Marcotte, in July 2006

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