KINGFIELD – Carla D. Pinkham, 58, died unexpectedly April 8, at her home in Kingfield.

She was born Sept. 12, 1950, in Phillips. She was educated in the schools of Phillips. On Oct. 2, 1999, she married Daniel Pinkham in Lexington Plantation at Happy Horse Shoe Camp Grounds.

She worked for MBNA in Farmington, local wood mills in Kingfield, was a substitute teacher at SAD 58 and also worked as a secretary for Pinkham Electric. She loved homemaking, entertaining, enjoyed being with her family and gardening.

She is survived by her husband, Danny Pinkham of Kingfield; granddaughter, Mikayla Lishemess; two sons, Anthony “Tony” Dustin and fiancée, Jill Jurgins, of Chesapeake, Va., and David Lisherness and fiancée, Sonya Burdin, of Kingfield; two stepsons, Craig Pinkham and wife, Kim, and their daughter, Lauren of New Vineyard and Dano Pinkham and his wife, Kate, of Chicago, Ill.; three brothers, Alman Deming of Portland, Marcus Deming of Wilton and Robin Smith of Avon; two sisters, Penny Ross of Venezuela, and Melissa Dorey of East Jay; two sisters-in-law, Eunice Chase of Kingfield and Lynda Pinkham of Kingfield; two brothers-In law, Albert Woods of Kingfield and David Pinkham of Kingfield; and many nieces, nephews and cousins.

She was predeceased by her parents, Hayden and Ferris Destin; sister, Patsy Wood; and mother, Belle Smith.

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