FARMINGTON — Gary F. Dubreuil, 71, a resident of Goding Road, Livermore, died Friday, Jan. 21, at Franklin Memorial Hospital.

He was born Nov. 28, 1939, in Livermore Falls, the son of Val and Connie (Burbank) Dubreuil. He attended school in Livermore Falls. He served in the U.S. Army.

On May 6, 1960, in Livermore Falls, he married his wife of 50 years, Betty A. Lindsay of Livermore Falls. Gary worked for IP at the Otis Mill in Jay; he had worked as a meat cutter at Moore’s Market in Livermore Falls; Livermore Shoe, Bass Shoe, and later worked as bus driver and custodian at SAD 36 in Livermore Falls.

He enjoyed snowmobiling, fishing, boating and spending as much time as possible at Moosehead Lake.

He is survived by his wife, Betty Dubreuil of Livermore; daughters, Desiree Dubreuil and fiance, Jeff Richards, of Livermore and Darice Dubreuil and her companion, Bert Poisson, their children, Tyler and Zachary Poisson, all of Livermore Falls; stepdaughter, Cindy Langella and her husband, David and their children, Derek and Darcy Langella of Buxton; his brothers and their wives, Chris and Donna Dumais of Livermore and Jeff and Mollie Dumais of Turner; his sister, Robyn Baker and her husband, Gary, of Port Charlotte, Fla.; nine nieces and nephews; his special aunt, Jean Luciano of Livermore Falls; and numerous cousins.

He was predeceased by his parents; stepfather, King Dumais; and his brother, Jack Dubreuil.

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