LEWISTON — Megan Charity Baril of Livermore Falls, passed away on Monday, Jan. 14, at Central Maine Medical Center, as a result of injuries received in a vehicle accident.

She was born June 24, 1995, in Lewiston, the daughter of Gary Baril Jr. and Rachel (Bates) Baril. She was 17-years-old and brought joy to the lives of many people. Megan attended schools in Livermore Falls, where she played soccer and basketball. She proudly played the trumpet in the Spruce Mountain High School band.

Her short term goals included earning her GED and driver’s license, while her long-term goals consisted of furthering her education and starting a career in accounting or nursing. Megan’s stubborn personality and strong-willed nature made her a force to be reckoned with, and her adventurous spirit and interesting sense of humor brought great joy to the people who shared her life.

She tackled life by seizing every opportunity for new experiences and finding the humor in every situation she found herself in. Megan brightened every room she entered, leaving her friends and family with a lifetime of memories to treasure.

Megan loved and adored her son, Jude Eliott Baril, and devoted her time making a happy, healthy life for him. A proud auntie, she relished time spent with her nieces and nephew. Megan shared a unique and tight bond with her sisters, Serena and Bryanna.

Megan is survived by her son, Jude Eliott; her parents, Gary and Rachel (Bates) Baril of Livermore Falls; her older sister and brother-in-law, Serena and Mike Deabler of Wilton; her sister, Bryanna Bates of Livermore Falls; maternal grandparents, Harold and Sandy Bates of Greene and Wayne and Doris McNally of Leeds; paternal grandparents, Gary and Helena Baril of Mechanic Falls; great-grandfather, Walter Bates of Greene; great-grandmother, Celia Wyman of Mechanic Falls; Megan also has three very special nieces, Avalyn, Giavana and Alivia; as well as her nephew, Nehemiah; she has many aunts, uncles and cousins who were very dear to her.

She joins her great-grandmother, Esther Bates; and her great-uncle, Russell Bragdon in Heaven.

Megan will be sadly missed by her family, friends and all those who came in contact with her. She remains the life and joy in our lives.

The family would like to extend their thanks and appreciation to the nurses in the ICU for being respectful, courteous and honorable to our beloved Megan.

Messages of condolence may be sent to: www.finleyfuneralhome.com.

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