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CHARLES W CREAMER

28 February, 198525 March, 2021
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Charles (Charlie) Wesley Creamer, 36 passed away on Thursday March 25, 2021 at his home. Charlie was born in Lewiston on February 28,1985 to Everett Creamer Sr. and Barbara Perkins. He graduated from Bangor High School. Charlie resided at the Elizabeth Livingston Center in Bangor ,Teakwood Knoll in Lewiston for many years, before moving to Summer St. in Auburn. Charlie attended S.L.C. He enjoyed JFM activities such as Bowling, Dances, Bingo, the Summer and Winter Olympics, cookouts and going out to eat with his special friend Angela Messer and her parents. Charlie spent his days being a prankster to his staff. Charlie's smile and mischievous giggles would brighten up anyone's day. Charlie will be missed dearly. Charles is predeceased by his mother Barbara Perkins, grandfather Ralph Perkins Jr, Great Grandparents Charles and Jane Seaward, Ralph and Catherine Perkins, and cousin Christopher Stevens. He is Survived by his grandmother Betty Perkins, his Aunts Mary Ann Perkins, Diana Webb and many Cousins Charlie's family would like to express their gratitude for the compassionate care and support the staff at Teakwood, Summer St. and Beacon Hospice had for Charlie. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Summer St Activity Fund at 800 Center St. Auburn Maine. Arrangements are under the care and direction of The Fortin Group 217 Turner St. Auburn. Please visit www.thefortingroupauburn.com to leave heartfelt condolences to Charlies family and friends and to also view a tribute movie of his life.

Services

  • Visitation

    Monday, 29 March , 2021

  • Visitation

    Monday, 29 March , 2021

  • Liturgy of the Word

    Tuesday, 30 March , 2021

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CHARLES W CREAMER

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Savannah Duteau

28 March 2021

Charlie, your infectious smile and wonderful sense of humor hardly made it seem like a work day. I will forever miss the fun and jokes we had! Fly high, my sweet friend.

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