BATH – Raymond J. Favreau, 93, of Washington Street and formerly of Brunswick, died Friday, April 24, at Parkview Adventist Medical Center.

He was born in Brunswick on Sept. 8, 1915, the son of Telesphore and Zephirina Schinck Favreau. He attended St. John’s and Brunswick schools.

On Oct. 15, 1938, he married Gabrielle Menard at St. John’s Church. She died Feb. 24, 1999.

Raymond worked at First National Grocery Store as a clerk for 10 years. He then worked at Bath Iron Works as a spray painter for three years. For 25 years, Raymond worked as a milkman first at D’s Dairy and then at Oakhurst. For 11 years, Raymond worked for the Town of Brunswick Recreation Department and then as a maintenance man at Service Merchandise for seven years until retiring.

After retiring, he and his wife moved to Florida in 1986 for several years.

He enjoyed making plastic canvas crafts, playing cribbage, beano and going out to eat.

Raymond was a member of the Knights of Columbus and a Vigilantes member. He had coached Babe Ruth Baseball.

Surviving are two sons, Ben and his wife, Kathy, of West Bath, and Bert and his wife, Anna, of Topsham; a daughter, Doris and her husband, Greg, of Poland; son-in-law Joseph Fournier of Brunswick; three brothers, Paul and his wife, Rose, Leo and his wife, Carol, and Peter Favreau, all of Brunswick; two sisters, Helen Terry and her husband, Jack, of Evans, Ga., and Dot Robinson of Brunswick; three sisters-in-law, Eugene Lebourdais of Brunswick, and Jane Menard and Ruth Favreau, both of Topsham; 19 grandchildren, Terry, Tom, Laurie, Karen, Dan, Debbie, Susie, Gail, Mike, Sally, Bert, Chris, Hope, Lisa, Mario, Alex, Brandon, Jen and Angie; 18 great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.

In addition to his wife, he was predeceased by a daughter, Dolores Fournier, on Jan. 7, 2007; four brothers, Ronald, Rudolph, Fern and Felix; and two sisters, Rhea and Edwina.

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