Arrangements under the direction of Adams~Mc Farlane Funeral & Cremation Services, 108 Court St.. Dixie and her husband Leslie lived at their home on the Industry Road for over 40 years until Leslie's death and Dixie's illness at which time she moved to Edgewood. Dixie is survived by her daughter Lynn Nightingale of Rome, ME; two sons Randy Nightingale and his wife Annie of New Sharon, and Gary Nightingale and his companion Debbie Walsh of New Sharon; a granddaughter Emily Nightingale of Rome; a step-grandson Collins Kennedy Jr.
Dixie Juanita Nightingale, 70, of Farmington formerly of New Sharon, passed away Thursday, September 2, 2010 at Edgewood Rehabilitation and Living Center in Farmington. She was educated in the schools of Oakland and graduated from Williams High in 1958. She was a member of The Red Hat Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, Mount Philip Grange in Rome, and T. of Temple; a great grandchild Ezra Theriault; three step great granchildren Sabrina, Caitlin, and Rebecka Kennedy; two sisters Jo-Ann Holt and Rita Nadeau; three brothers Glendon, Wayne, and Lennis Holt; several nieces, nephews, and cousins.
Those wishing may send on-line condolences to the family at L. He graduated from Mount Blue High School in 1981 and then the Phoenix Institute of Technology, earning a degree in Automotive Technology.
“Rick” Adams, 47, of Farmington passed away at Maine General Medical Center in Augusta early Monday morning September, 13th, surrounded by his family and friends, after a courageous battle with Leukemia. He was especially pleased to have successfully completed the ASE certifications for the Ford Motor Company and was proud to be a certified auto technician.
ARepresenting over 150 of Irelands leading artists Creenkill House, Johnstown, Co Kilkenny, Tel: 353 (0)86 3406358Fax: 353 (0)56 [email protected] Specialist in Immigration Law Susanna I.His family wishes to express their thanks for all their support and for support from the fellowship of the East Wilton Union Church.His survivors include his daughter, Mc Kinley of Portland, his parents Jimmy of Farmington and Jeanice and husband John of Augusta, brothers Ross of Martha’s Vineyard, Ryan and wife Jenny of Derby, CT, sisters, Rebekah Wilbur of New Vineyard, and Rachel Sprague and husband Mike of Sidney as well as his grandfather Henry Disotto of Jay.Rick was happiest with his head under the hood of a car, renovating Classic Mustangs, and driving fast cars. His other favorite past time was being in the outdoors, hunting, fishing, or snowmobiling.When his mom would tell him to drive safe he would always reply “Oh yeah! One of his more proud moments was when he shot an 11 point buck.