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The Fortin Group

217 Turner Street, Auburn, ME

OBITUARY

Michael A. Lepine

August 6, 1960July 10, 2019
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Michael A. Lepine, 58, of Greene, passed away Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at CMMC. He was the beloved husband of Angela Consalvo-Lepine. Michael had 3 children, Karah Hagan Lepine, Scott Michael Lepine and Brianne Godin of Pawtucket, RI. Born in Pawtucket, he was the son of the late Alfred J. and Yolande M. Lepine. Besides his wife and children, he is also survived by his brother, Albert and wife, Ingrid Lepine of Auburn, and his sister, Connie Barkeman Pearson, and husband, Richard Pearson. He was also loved and adored by his 6 loving grandchildren, Evan Wolfe, Ashton, Autumn & Tye Traverse, Marshall and Jonathan Lepine, 1 great-grandson, Kayden Wolfe, 7 nieces and nephews, and an abundant number of great nieces and nephews, family friends, past co-workers, his new found church family at Greene Christian Community, and many amazing healthcare workers at D'youville and CMMC where he spent many weeks and months in the past year and a half.

Michael lived much of his life in Pawtucket, RI, later moving to Massachusetts, New Hampshire and eventually making his permanent home in Greene, Maine. Growing up in Pawtucket, he loved Cub Scouting, roller skating at Bobbies Rollaway, played little league baseball, and youth football with the Darlington Braves. He attended St. Cecilia School and Goff Jr. High School in Pawtucket. He was a life-long friend to many and treasured his memories throughout his life. Lets not forget about his dedication and love for the New England Patriots as well! He began working at the age of 16 at a small jewelry manufacturing co. and then served as an EMT at Costigan Ambulance Company. Later he became a general manager at 2 different manufacturing companies in Massachusetts and later, New Hampshire. When moving to Maine, he worked for a short time at Shaws Market in the Deli. Everywhere he went, he made many friends, always adding joy and love to his circle of life.

Michael will be waked at The Fortin Funeral Homes, 217 Turner St, Auburn on Saturday, July 13, 2019 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM. A Christian Service will be held immediately following the Wake at 4 p.m. Burial will be private.

You are invited to offer your condolences and share fond memories with the family by visiting Michael’s guestbook at www.thefortingroupauburn.com. A service of The Fortin Group Funeral Home, Cremation and Monument Services, 217 Turner St., Auburn.

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  • He was the beloved husband of Angela Consalvo-Lepine. Michael had 3 children, Karah Hagan Lepine, Scott Michael Lepine and Brianne Godin of Pawtucket, RI. Born in Pawtucket, he was the son of the late Alfred J. and Yolande M. Lepine. Besides his wife and children, he is also survived by his brother, Albert and wife, Ingrid Lepine of Auburn, and his sister, Connie Barkeman Pearson, and husband, Richard Pearson. He was also loved and adored by his 6 loving grandchildren, Evan Wolfe, Ashton, Autumn & Tye Traverse, Marshall and Jonathan Lepine, 1 great-grandson, Kayden Wolfe, 7 nieces and nephews, and an abundant number of great nieces and nephews, family friends, past co-workers, his new found church family at Greene Christian Community, and many amazing healthcare workers at D'youville and CMMC where he spent many weeks and months in the past year and a half.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, July 13, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Saturday, July 13, 2019

Memories

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Angela Lepine

July 12, 2019

My beloved Mike. I will always cherish the memories. We had some good times didnt we? I will miss you dearly but will always keep you in my heart. Knowing that you are at peace and in no pain makes me feel peace. You will be going to your favorite place on your birthday, we were supposed to go and we are. You captured my heart the first time I looked in your eyes. I will never forget you my love. I feel honored to have been your wife. I love you always.
Angela (your pretty little angel eyes) you always called me that.
Till we meet again.

Connie Barekman Pearson

July 11, 2019

Family; We’ve been through so much and you survived it all ;I’mwith strength, dignity and love. I admired you in so very many ways. I’ll take a pause whenever I need your voice in my head. And then I’ll smile for you and know that you will send me your strength and humor and love. Xo ✝️✝️✝️💟💟💟

Shirley St Onge

July 11, 2019

My sincere condolences. I have lots of fond memories of Mike. He was a childhood friend of my late husband Marc St Onge, and I have known him since 1978. As marriages happened, and babies were born and life struggles evolved...the one constant is that the young families (Lepines, St Onges, Thurbers, Fredettes, and Abbotts) grew up together. And yes, life took us all in different directions but those friendships remained a constant. So in this time of sadness I encourage U all to hold on to your cherished memories...let them blanket your heavy hearts. He is gone from site, but never from your heart! RIP my long time friend...I will always luv U...gone but never forgotten!

Kerry Lepine

July 11, 2019

Always in my heart 💞

Pat Farr

July 11, 2019

Very sorry for your loss. Angie, remember you have life long friends, new friends, family to help you get through this difficult time. Love and prayers to ALL who are effected by this loss. Mike you will be remembered as the special person you are!! RIP Love you Angie!! Xoxo

April Godbout

July 11, 2019

Mike., you made my dear friend , Angela, very happy. I love you for that. You adopted a puppy from me and gave Bella a very happy home. I love you for that. You gave your heart and soul to all that mattered to you and I love you for that. Be at peace now and know you were loved.

Shirley Taylor

July 11, 2019

Dear sweet Karah and family,
My condolence to you.
What a sweet picture of your Dad. His spirit beams from his smile and I’m sure he felt your love in the end.
Gather your friends and loved ones around you and feel the peace he feels.
Hugs to you,
Shirley

John LaPalme

July 11, 2019

I remember when we were just kids playing baseball, football. So much time has passed. I will never forget you Mike.

Sharon Fraser ( St. Onge )

July 11, 2019

R.I.P.
Heaven gained another Special Angel!
Mike I have so many wonderful fond memories of all the time our 2 families spent together. The vacations in Canada & Maine !!
I love you and you will always be in my heart.

Russ and Kathy Laramee

July 11, 2019

Rest in Peace Mike. You will be missed. You live on in our hearts. Your heavenly family reunion must be amazing, warm and loving. Your pain and suffering is over. Rest now.
Love,
Russ and Kathy

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Biography

Michael A. Lepine, 58, of Greene, passed away Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at CMMC. He was the beloved husband of Angela Consalvo-Lepine. Michael had 3 children, Karah Hagan Lepine, Scott Michael Lepine and Brianne Godin of Pawtucket, RI. Born in Pawtucket, he was the son of the late Alfred J. and Yolande M. Lepine. Besides his wife and children, he is also survived by his brother, Albert and wife, Ingrid Lepine of Auburn, and his sister, Connie Barkeman Pearson, and husband, Richard Pearson. He was also loved and adored by his 6 loving grandchildren, Evan Wolfe, Ashton, Autumn & Tye Traverse, Marshall and Jonathan Lepine, 1 great-grandson, Kayden Wolfe, 7 nieces and nephews, and an abundant number of great nieces and nephews, family friends, past co-workers, his new found church family at Greene Christian Community, and many amazing healthcare workers at D'youville and CMMC where he spent many weeks and months in the past year and a half.

Michael lived much of his life in Pawtucket, RI, later moving to Massachusetts, New Hampshire and eventually making his permanent home in Greene, Maine. Growing up in Pawtucket, he loved Cub Scouting, roller skating at Bobbies Rollaway, played little league baseball, and youth football with the Darlington Braves. He attended St. Cecilia School and Goff Jr. High School in Pawtucket. He was a life-long friend to many and treasured his memories throughout his life. Lets not forget about his dedication and love for the New England Patriots as well! He began working at the age of 16 at a small jewelry manufacturing co. and then served as an EMT at Costigan Ambulance Company. Later he became a general manager at 2 different manufacturing companies in Massachusetts and later, New Hampshire. When moving to Maine, he worked for a short time at Shaws Market in the Deli. Everywhere he went, he made many friends, always adding joy and love to his circle of life.

Michael will be waked at The Fortin Funeral Homes, 217 Turner St, Auburn on Saturday, July 13, 2019 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM.

You are invited to offer your condolences and share fond memories with the family by visiting Michael’s guestbook at www.thefortingroupauburn.com. A Christian Service will be held immediately following at 4 p.m. Burial will be private. A service of The Fortin Group Funeral Home, Cremation and Monument Services, 217 Turner St., Auburn.