Crosman Funeral Home


Kelley R. MacWhinnie

May 18, 1964January 20, 2021

Lewiston-Kelley R. MacWhinnie, Age 56 of Litchfield died Wednesday January 20, 2021 following a massive stroke on Monday afternoon. He was born in Gardiner May 18, 1964. He was the son of Roger and Betty (Jones) MacWhinnie. Kelley was educated in the Litchfield schools and attended Oak Hill High School. Kelley was a talented person who had worked in many capacities throughout his life. He shared his talents and sense of humor with whom he worked. To many he was their hero and in his passing he has given families and an incredible gift of time and hope through his many organ donations. Kelley had a great love for the outdoors. He will be mostly remembered for the love of his Harley. He is survived by his parents, his wife Stephanie, his children Michael King, Dillon Pesce, Shantal MacWhinnie, and Shayla Pesce. Grandchildren Axle and Aylinn Thibeault, His sister Elley and Mark Merrifield and a niece Ariana. A Drive by Kelley style tribute will be Saturday January 30th from 1pm to 3pm at 284 Upper Pond Road, Litchfield (Please use the Route 197 entrance to Upper Pond Road) In memory of Kelley, we will be accepting toys to stuff in his motorcycle trailer to donate to Toys for Tots. In the coming days please feel free to stop by and visit Roger and Betty at the MacWhinnie Farm.

Those wishing to pay tribute to Kelley's life can visit his guest book at

Arrangements are under the care & direction of Crosman Funeral Home Cremation & Monument Services 40 Main St. Lisbon Falls 353-4951.


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Mary Cray

February 2, 2021

My thoughts and prayers are with Kelly's family and friends. So very sorry for your loss.

Kendra Gagne

February 1, 2021

You taught me two important things in life, it’s too short so we should live it to its fullest & tell our stories a lot more. I think about you often & I always will! RIP, until we meet again.


Kevin Slattery

January 30, 2021

My cousin Kelley,
Kelley was one of the many cousins on Route 197 (Slattery, Eaton, and MacWhinnie). Our youth was about family and fun! That three mile stretch between where we lived, was our life at that time. Kelley was so many things, fun-loving, mischievous, daring, fast, happy, and warm-hearted. But above all, Kelley was loved by all because he had a heart of gold! As I told him before his passing, I admired him because he lived life each day to its fullest, we all can learn from that for sure! I love that man and his soul and I send my sincerest condolences to his family and friends! He touched so many lives! May God Bless all! ❤️

Linda {Soucier} Varney

January 29, 2021

I went to Libby Tozier school and Oak Hill High School with ‘Kelley’ . As I sit here thinking 🤔 💭 of our
Old School Days.. and my Memories Of Kelley.. I see in my minds memories.. Him always Having that Grin on his Face.. Leaving whom ever would notice it.. You can bet they were Suspicious of why he was grinning .. As you always knew he’b be up to Something! 👀. LoL He made us Laugh often ... and Kelley came from Parents Who Always Tried Their Best To Be There For Him .. And When he’d Fall .. His Parents Always Had His Back ! I think , At times Kelley was Misunderstood.. But Sometimes.. Other things Pull good People Down .. but I believe he knew his Family Did their Very Best .. and .. Know Kelley knows his days of Hardships are behind him .. and that one day.. He will be with his Loved Ones Again ..
😇 R.I.P 🙏

LuAnn Sprague

January 28, 2021

Kelly this one is gonna be freds and my last solute to you we will ride our Harley tri guide to your home and back after we drop our stuff animal off for the toys for tots on January 30th and I know you will be looking down and laughing ya butt off this ride is for you my smiling friend.

Barbara Dowdey

January 27, 2021

I'm so sad to lose my cousin.
Love and prayers to all that loved him including myself.
Life is not fair...


January 25, 2021

I just cannot stop thinking about Kelley and all of his family. Those who I know . . . Roger, Betty, Elley . . . those I don't . . . Stephanie and all of the kids. He brought so much life to this earth. Always kind hearted, but full of mischief. He'd always make you smile and his laugh for contagious. Our world will be a little smaller without him. But knowing Kelley, he's continuing to do great things beyond and getting a few laughs, too. Until we meet again.

mark fortin

January 25, 2021

I remember moving to Litchfield at the age of 10 and making friends with Kelley my "daredevil" class mate. We grew up together and couldn't wait to get our drivers license and build our muscle cars on a very limited budget. Kelly always had the fastest car BTW. Roger and Betty thank you for allowing me into your home and treating me like family. I was glad to have caught up with Kelley at the last reunion hosted by Dan and Nancy Merrill. To the Macwhinnie family, prayers and thoughts go out to you all. Rest my friend and thank you for the youthful memories.

LuAnn Sprague

January 25, 2021

R.I.P Kelly my friend we will miss your warm beautiful smes your jokes that made us laugh you left a mark in mine and Freddy's heart we will miss the sound of your bike when you would pull into your dad's yard we always knew when you were heart gose out to your mom and dad and your childern and your wife now you are riding high and watching over all your loved ones Kelly. Prayers & love to your whole may be gone our angle but never forgotten. Sincerely LuAnn Sprague & Frederick Cressdy.

Jackie & Eddie Marsella

January 24, 2021

Betty and Roger,

We were so sorry to hear about Kelley’s passing. Thinking of you both and Ellie and praying for you as you grieve the loss of your son.

With love,
Jackie & Eddie Marsella