The Fortin Group

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Reginald D Greenleaf

November 5, 1930December 21, 2019

Reginald D Greenleaf was born on November 5, 1930 and passed away on December 21, 2019 and is under the care of The Fortin Group.

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AMIE (Greenleaf) MOSES

December 30, 2019

I will miss my grandfather, he was so good to us growing up and I have so many wonderful memories. He had a way of always making me feel special to him. One memory I have was from many years ago walking to visit him at his apartment in Auburn. He always had a new litter of kittens hid away someplace to find, a kitchen table full of truck parts and a CB radio. I thought it was so exciting chating with his friends on that thing. I couldn't ask for a better Grampy.....

Craig Lovejoy

December 29, 2019

Reggie is my stepfather but, he was a father to me and my sister. He loved my mother very much. He had a gentle heart, but if you did something to tick him off that he had no problem putting you in your place. He loved the outdoors and his hunting. He worked really hard at life retiring after 50 years at Pioneer Plastic after making his last house payment. He touched many peoples hearts and will not be forgotten. I will always love you and miss you.

Diane Gallant

December 28, 2019

Reggie was a very special and dear man to my. I met him when I was 14 years old and in love with his son Mike. He was the father figure I didn’t have. Thru the years we had gone through a lot together. Some really good. Some really sad. I will always miss him. I take comfort knowing that he is with Mike and Brenda and all of his friends that he gets to see now. Be at peace my father. Love you always.

Mary Crockett

December 28, 2019

Reggie made my day when he came into my Credit Union Office at Pioneer. He was the nicest, funniest and pleasant person.

Rose Morrison

December 27, 2019

I first knew Brenda and her family, years ago and then worked with Brenda and knew Reggie as her husband. However, I lost track of them after they lived in a mobile home in Buckfield. I read Reggie's obituary and saw that Brenda had predeceased him. I'm hoping that maybe you would know what happened to her?
Please accept my condolences.
Rose Morrison

Brandy Fulcher

December 26, 2019

My grandfather was a very caring man. He was there for his family though some really tough times. He was a very special person in our family and will be greatly missed. There is peace in knowing that he is now with his wife and his son.

Wanda Jordan

December 24, 2019

Reggie was like a father to me,he was my neighbor and best friend, him and his wife Brenda got married the same day as Bill and got married the second time they stood up for us and we for them.Him and I had alot of great times together.playing badminton in the middle of the road,taking trips to prince Edward Island, going dancing,and him and Bill did alot of fishing, and making believe they both was drunk, and hadn't had a drop.you will be forever missed fly high Reggie till we meet again.

Alma Jordan

December 23, 2019

Reggie was my next door neighbor and my brother s best friend. He was always so kind to me growing up. Such a sweet man 💜

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