ANDOVER — Funeral services for Clarence Junior Bailey were conducted Monday at the Calvary Bible Church, South Andover, with Pastor Kenneth Wagstaff and Pastor Duane Waite officiating. Organist was Kathy Wagstaff and ushers were Bob Morin and Jim Coolidge. Hymns were “Amazing Grace,” “The Old Rugged Cross,” “Until Then” and “Going Home.” A poem “Come with Me,” was read by daughter-in-law, Barb Bailey. Special music included his son, guitarist, Randy Rickards, who sang “Under his Wings.” Pastor Waite and his wife, Joan, sang “Beyond the Sunset” and Tara Robinson accompanied by Joe Robinson on guitar sang “Daddy’s Hands.” Personal reflections were given by his sons, Howard and Donnie Bailey and daughter, June Inman. Words of remembrance were given by Bob Morin, Stephen Hudspeth, Justin Thatcher, Charlie Glazier, daughter, June Inman, daughter-in-law, Ginny Rickards, daughter, Barbara Dakin, wife, Mary Bailey, Bob McKenney, daughter, Patti Wood, Tom Hoyt and son-in-law, Jim Young. Bearers were sons, Howard and Donnie Bailey, Barry, Rick and Randy Rickards, grandsons, Brian Inman, Joshua Young, Philip and Ben Bailey, Peter and David Rickards, Nick and Justin Tibbetts and Seth, Andy and Danny Holmes. Committal services were conducted by Pastor Wagstaff and Pastor Waite. Military honors were given by the Maine Military Funeral Honors Program from Augusta. A reception followed the services at the Calvary Bible Church. Arrangements were under the care of the Meader and Son Funeral Home, Rumford.

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