The Fortin Group


Allen Richard Stasulis

19 July, 19466 July, 2021

Allen R. Stasulis, 74, of Greene, passed away on July 6, 2021 from a sudden illness. He was born July 19, 1946 in Lewiston, Maine to Alexander and Yvette Stasulis. A life-time scholar, Al began his education at Lewiston High School, followed by an undergraduate at Bentley College, a master’s from Brown University and concluded his education at the Executive Development School at UMass Amherst. Al was a proud Vietnam veteran, a Sergeant in the US Army’s 101 Airborne, and was awarded a Bronze Star and two Purple Hearts as recognition of his service. Al met the love of his life, Maureen, in Auburn, June 1971. They married on April 21, 1972, celebrating 49 years together this year. After briefly living in Lewiston, Al and Maureen set down roots in Greene. Al was Vice-President of Mid-Maine Savings Bank for 24 years, followed by employment at Pamco Shoe Machinery, Champoux Insurance and the State of Maine. He was most proud of his work with disabled veterans in Maine, working with state and federal job councilors at the Togus VA hospital, the Lewiston Vet Center and the South Paris Career Center. Throughout the years, Al served many local and national organizations. Professionally, he served as President of the American Institute of Banking and the L-A Rotary and as a board member of the National Association of Accountants, and the L-A Chamber of Commerce. He as was the President of the Bentley Alumni Association, and served on the board with the United Way, Martindale Country Club, St Francis Mission and St. Mary’s Hospital. Al had many passions in life. In the summer, weekends were filled with early morning rounds at Martindale Country Club, family boat rides along the Maine coast, walking at Pine Point , enjoying the July 4th parade in Bar Harbor, gardening in his backyard, searching for Maine’s best clam chowder and his beloved day trips with this wife Maureen and daughter Ashley. In the winter, ice fishing was squeezed in between his son’s hockey games. Al was a passionate hockey Dad, and got as much joy watching his daughter Ashley participate in the Special Olympics. He was a true New England sports fan, tuning into the Bruins, Patriots and Red Sox time allowed. Always a thoughtful and generous person, Al helped others in any way that he could, and looked for the best in people. He was a devoted husband, loving father, caring friend and taught his children that hard work always paid off. He also taught them the answer to the question “Where are we going?” is almost always “That’s for me to know and you to find out”. Al is survived by his wife, Maureen Stasulis; son, Christopher Stasulis, grandson, Ryan, of Greene; son and daughter-in-law, Dr. Craig and Jessie Stasulis, grandsons, Henry, Allen and William, of West Hartford, CT; son Nicholas Stasulis, and his favorite granddaughter, Harper of Winthrop, and Harper’s mother, Jessica Stasulis, of Augusta; and his favorite daughter, Ashley Stasulis, of Lewiston. The oldest of thirteen children, Al is also survived by his sisters, Gail, Janice, and Linda; his brothers, Eugene, James, Alexander, Michael and Lawrence. He was predeceased by his brothers, Stephen, Daniel, Robert and John. Arrangements are under the direction of The Fortin Group Funeral Home 70 Horton St. Lewiston A committal will be held July 27th 10am at Maine Veterans cemetery in Augusta.


  • Committal services with Military Honors at New Maine Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Mt Vernon Rd.

    Tuesday, 27 July , 2021


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Steve, Donna Fairbanks

13 July 2021

Our memories of Al are how much he adored his family, making your loss so much more difficult. Please know that both Donna and I express our sincere sympathies during such a difficult time and may the memories of happier times help to ease the pain. God bless you all.

Reginald Mailhot

12 July 2021

My heartfelt condolences to the Stasulis Family for the loss of your beloved husband, father and friend. Al always inspired in me respect for family, love of country, and pride in our community. He is a dear friend and I will miss his wise counsel.

Ernie Ashton

11 July 2021

Maureen and family,
Played many a round of golf with Al at the beautiful Martindale Country Club. He was a true competitor and a true gentleman of the game of golf. That also showed up in life as he had many friends who loved him in life.
God bless you all.
Thoughts and prayers,
Ernie and Rita Ashton
Also played golf with Ashley......always a joy to play golf with her......

Theresa Fuller

11 July 2021

Oh, no! I'm so sad to see that Allen has passed away!
I remember him all the way back to St. Patrick's School.
He was such a nice guy! He was such a good friend.
My Condolences to Maureen and Allen's children and family!
Terry Fuller (Theresa Sasseville Fuller)

Paul Landry

11 July 2021

Maureen and family,

Lucille and I would like to extend our deepest sympathy to all of you. Al was a very special man, happy that I got to room with him back when we were at Bentley College.
He became a very special friend. I always admired his work ethics getting him through college.
Paul and Lucille

Deanna (Elliott) Marken

11 July 2021

Dear Maureen, Nick, Ashley and Family,

I am so very sorry to hear of the loss of Allen. I always liked him ever since we were classmates in grade 8 at St. Patrick's school. He was friendly, smiling, and just good. I remember all of you with fondness from my time at Greene Central and I pray that all of your positive and happy memories sustain you through this most difficult time and always.

Deanna Elliott Marken

Lori Marschall

11 July 2021

Ashley my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. From chats at Nick's soccer games, and Ashley's Special Olympics. We always chuckled about our children having the same name. May the fond memories of your Dad always fill your heart and memory.
Lori Marschall mom of Nick & Ashlee Harrington. Known to Ashley as Ms. Marschall at Leavitt <3

Paul Koroski

11 July 2021

Sorry for your loss
New him years ago on the board of the Bentley Alumni Association .

Brian Walsh

9 July 2021

Maureen & Family, My sincere sympathies to you all during this most difficult time.
Al came into my life via golf at Martindale CC a few years ago. That golf turned into a great friendship over the years and one that I will cherish the rest of my days. He was a kind, loving and generous person and will be missed but not forgotten by many.
Rest in peace my friend - thanks for your friendship!!
Brian Walsh

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