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Philip C. Crain

January 13, 1946February 6, 2021

On February 6th 2021, Philip C. "PC" Crain, a hardworking, loving and thought of by many, including himself, as an invincible man passed away unexpectedly in Leeds, Maine.

Phil who was 75, was grooming trails for the local Leeds Stumpthumpers Snowmobile Club when his heart decided his work was done for this lifetime.

His wife of 48 years, Judith Crain, lost her soul mate that blue-skied day. She will be forever grateful for the times they spent traveling the world, fishing, boating on the river, and the simple days just spent together.

Prior to his retirement in 2010, Phil completed 40 years of federal government service which included 4 years of active Naval service and 36 years of civil service.

He was a dedicated father, stepfather, grandfather, and great-grandfather.

He will be missed immensely by his wife Judith, daughter Charlene Roberts of Brunswick, step-children, Lisa Davis and husband Jim Davis of Lisbon and Douglas Garrett of Brunswick. He will also be missed by his sister Randa Shade of Amarillo, Texas and brother Zack Porterfield of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

His family and friends will truly miss his humor, his generosity, and his ability to fix just about anything.

No service or funeral is planned at this time. Condolences can be mailed to:

Judith Crain c/o Charlene Roberts 77 Pleasant St Apt 4, Brunswick, ME 04011


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Leona Crain

February 15, 2021

I remember Phil from visits to ok where his mom lived he was my nephew by marriage.He had great humor made me feel like I’d known him for ever very interesting and entertaining to be around. He was thoughtful and caring loved his family and will be missed greatly. Love this family.

Eddita Felt

February 15, 2021

I will always remember Phil for his kindness. Years ago-when I moved unexpectedly- he helped me with his truck. He didn't even know me-personally.

What a nice guy. Watching him and his wife together at the Time Dollar Picnics you could tell how much in love they were.

He was a real community builder and helped with Time Dollar Events like the world's largest garage sale at Bowdoin College. If I remember correctly- I helped him unload trucks from the dorms.

That family had such good times together. They really knew how to celebrate. I am sure they will celebrate his Life and their family and he will be there -In Spirit-raising a glass to family and to Love!

I am thinking of his family and sending Love and Prayers. Adios Phil!

Dwight Belin

February 9, 2021

So sorry for your loss. I had the privilege to work with Phil on FWST. The highest compliment I can give is " he was a great American".

My deepest condolences.