LEWISTON — Richard A. Lemay, 93, of Lewiston died Monday, May 28, at Marshwood Center.

He was born in Auburn on Oct. 16, 1924, the son of Henri and Georgianna Pepin Lemay. Educated at local schools, he married the love of his life, Anne Marie Turcotte, on Sept. 7, 1954. He worked for Shaipro Brothers, General Motors in Connecticut, and Miller Industries in Lisbon Falls, mostly doing carpentry and plant maintenance.

He loved fishing, hunting, traveling, woodworking and carpentry. He built three camps — Sabattus Lake, Tacoma Lake and Moosehead Lake — and a house for his wife in Lewiston. Richard was very proud to be a third-degree Knights of Columbus. He was a avid candle pin bowler. He bowled for LASP League for many years, one year winning the Bill Davis Cup for highest single and three strings.

Survivors include his wife of Lewiston, Anne Marie Lemay; two sons: Paul and wife, Chun Lemay, and Maurice Lemay; four daughters: Joline and husband, Gontron Jean; Angela Reny; Tina Beaucage; and Nancy Laverdiere and husband, Todd; brother, Larry Lemay; 12 grandchildren, many great-grandchildren.

Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his brother’s Ronald Lemay and Thomas Lemay.

Condolences and a video tribute can be found at www.Albert-Burpee.com.

Richard A. Lemay

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