HOLDEN, Mass. — Lucien R. Chamberlain, 85, of Worcester, Mass., formerly of Lewiston, passed away on Monday, April 30, at Holden Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, of advanced stages of Parkinson’s disease.

Lucien was born in Turner, the son of David and Mary (Albert) Chamberlain and had lived in Maine before moving to Worcester in 1952. He was an Army veteran of World War II, serving with Company K ,161st Infantry. He was an MP during the occupation of Japan, responsible for protecting U.S. Army personnel in the towns of Seto and Koromo on Honshu, Japan.

Following his honorable discharge from the Army, he joined the National Guard of Maine, where he attained the rank of staff sergeant. He worked at Paul Revere Insurance Co. in the building mechanics department for many years, retiring in 1985. Previously, he worked at American Supply in Worcester. Lucien enjoyed woodworking, reading and loved to spend time at home with his family.

He leaves his wife of 62 years, Annie L. (Campbell) Chamberlain; a son, David S. Chamberlain and his wife, Maryellen, of Charlton, Mass.; four daughters, Judy M. Chamberlain of Princeton, Mass., LuAnn Gallant and her husband, Samuel, of Putnam, Conn., Carol L. Klauzinski of Paxton, Mass., and Karen B. Hendrie of Holden, Mass.; four brothers, Roger, Armand, Delano and Bernard Chamberlain and their wives, all of Maine; seven grandchildren, John, Mia, Christopher, Alyssa, Haley, Kyle and Kara; four great-grandchildren; and many nephews and nieces.

A son-in-law, Henry G. Klauzinski, predeceased him.

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