Roland T. Mayberry

NAPLES – Roland T. Mayberry, 89, of Naples, passed away peacefully on Friday, March 31, 2023, with his loving family by his side.

Roland was born in Naples, July 23, 1933, the second of three children to Leland and Josie (Flagg) Mayberry. He attended Naples schools. He married the late Florence Y. (Emond) Mayberry June 8, 1957. They went on to have two sons, Thomas and Timothy.

Roland lived a full life. He served in the U.S. Army spending time in Germany. Over the years he had many jobs within the Naples area. He worked for Burnham Brothers, cut ice from Long Lake with the late Don Rogers to supply ice for the hotels and restaurants, worked for the State of Maine for many years driving the grader and plowing snow, acted as Naples Road Commissioner, ran his own business, R.T. Mayberry, and moved buildings. He was also the driver of the pace car for his son’s racing tour (PASS) for many years leading the pack. He was a hard worker always working to enjoy time and trips with his family.

He was a lover of anything with wheels and engines. He was a core member of the Model A Touring Club and enjoyed road trips with Florence and their good friends. In the winter when his signature red hat came out, he was in his glory plowing snow. Snowmobiling and motorcycle trips were also enjoyed.

Left to cherish his memory are his son, Thomas Mayberry and his wife Mary of Naples, his son, Timothy Mayberry and his wife Carol of Sebago; his five grandchildren, Elizabeth, Leland, Charles, Amanda and Michael; and his great-grandson, Nicolai.

He was predeceased by his wife; parents; and siblings.

The family would like to thank the compassionate teams at First Light and CMMC who provided wonderful care for him.

We welcome those who would like to celebrate Roland’s life to join for a Celebration of Life on Wednesday April 5 from 4-7 p.m. at American Legion Post 155 on Route 11 in Naples. A private burial will be held.

Arrangements are in the care of the Hall Funeral Home, 165 Quaker Ridge Rd. in Casco where condolences and tributes may be shared at

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