Warren S. Chase
December 27, 1933 – November 29, 2018
Lewiston- Warren S. Chase 85 of Lewiston died Thursday November 29, at Central Maine Medical Center. He was born in Auburn on December 27, 1933 a son of the late Frank and Ruth Chase. He was educated in local schools and after graduation he went on to proudly serve his Country in the US Coast Guard for over 20 years. After retiring from the Coast Guard he owned the Empire Theatre, worked for L&A Tent & Awning , and drove all over the state delivering medications.
Wally was a very active in The Auburn Tranquil Lodge #29, where he became a member in 1957 under his father Dr. Frank L. Chase. He was the Master in 1981, and became chaplain in 1984 and the secretary in 2001 where he was still serving in these capacities until just a few years ago. Wally also loved trains, he was a member of The Great Falls Model Railroad. He had many model trains and if you ever visited his house he loved showing them off. He also enjoyed traveling the country with his wife Della to see many train stations.
He is survived by his three children Elizabeth “Betty” Fisher, Deborah Benjamin and David Chase all of Massachusetts, his two step daughters Teresa Phillips of Brunswick and Pamela Benware of VT, and two grandchildren. At Wally’s request there will be no visitation. A masonic service will be held on Sunday December 16 at 11 AM at The Tranquil Masonic Hall, 1021 Turner St. Auburn, Me. Committal will be held in the spring at Mt. Auburn Cemetery.
You are invited to offer condolences and pay tribute to Wally’s life by visiting his guest book at www.thefortingroupauburn.com
Arrangements are under the care of The Fortin Group/Plummer & Merrill Funeral Home, Cremation & Monument Services 217 Turner St. Auburn 783-8545.
- Warren is survived by his three children Elizabeth “Betty” Fisher, Deborah Benjamin and David Chase all of Massachusetts, his two step daughters Teresa Phillips of Brunswick and Pamela Benware of VT, and two grandchildren.
- Masonic Service Sunday, December 16, 2018
Warren S. Chase
December 2, 2018
I will always cherish remembering my brother, friend, secretary and SMCPO Boats "Wally" Chase. You have enriched and made me a better Mason and man. Well Done, Good and Faithful Servant!