1987 – 2016

AUBURN — Abby Dalton Belanger, 29, of Auburn died on Friday, April 8, due to a drug overdose.

Abby was born in Lewiston, on Feb. 24, 1987, the youngest daughter of Debra Ann Stockwell Belanger Clark and Victor Russell Belanger Jr. She attended Auburn public schools, graduating from Edward Little High School in 2005.

Abby, a bright person with a beautiful, contagious smile who loved to socialize with friends and family, especially loved being an auntie to her niece and nephews, loved animals, fishing, playing Zombie video games, music and making people laugh with her charismatic personality.

She was employed by Camelot Homes for the past seven years, sold to Atlantic Home Solutions, where she spent a lot of time “setting up homes” with her stepdad, Roger L. Clark. Abby was never afraid to work hard as she had passion, conviction and enthusiasm with whatever working challenge she had. Conversely, Abby would also spend days working in the woods with her father, Victor R. Belanger Jr.

Abby had aspirations for her future to have independence by owning her own home and achieving her license to set up homes, which would have easily been obtained from her hard work ethic, until her life was cut short by this sad epidemic of drugs.

She is survived by Deborah and stepdad, Roger Clark; father, Victor and stepmom, Bonnie Belanger; grandmother, Pauline Belanger; sister, Penny Labbe and husband, Scott; sister, Chantelle Belanger; stepbrother, Tim Snow; stepsister, Sarah Crocker; and stepbrother, Jacob Crocker; her nieces and nephews, Miranda, Cameron, Caleb, Logan, Chase, Lydia, Cole, Carly and Victoria; as well as her aunts, uncles and cousins.

Abby was predeceased by grandfathers, Victor R. Belanger Sr., Dalton Stockwell and Harold T. Clark; grandmothers, Pauline Angelo and Elsie Clark; uncle, Dale Stockwell; and siblings, Victor R. Belanger III and Erin Marie Belanger; and her cousin, baby Dalton.

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