BOSTON, Mass. — Bruce Fadden, 67, of Bridgton died at Boston’s Mass General Hospital on Saturday March 17, 2018 with family by his side.

He was born in Farmington on September 9, 1950 the son of Edna (Stevens) Fadden and the late Reginald Fadden. Bruce was married 47 years to his devoted wife, Bente and leaves three children, Matthew (wife Catherine), Edward (wife Kelley), and Jennifer (husband Brian), his sister Sandra (husband Len), brother Reg (wife Kathleen), late brother David (wife Anne-Marie), ten grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Bruce spent his younger years in Bridgton loving the outdoors, playing sports, and after brief times away, always returned to his Bridgton home which he cherished. Bruce graduated from Oxford Hills High School (1969) in South Paris and attended American International College and the University of Maine. He worked almost all his life in remodeling and constructing homes and loving the independence of his own business. He enjoyed playing sports and then coaching his sons and other young boys. He was a scout master in BSA and had leadership and training roles in the Pine Tree Council. Later in life he spent much time playing golf and especially hunting from his beloved camp. His life was fueled by passionately inspiring and helping others. He felt joy in giving, even when that might be personally difficult. That was why others loved Bruce. He will be remembered for his smile, faith and engaging personality which will be missed by his family, friends and anyone he spent time with.

Bruce Stuart Fadden

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