Christopher Scott Dionne
December 6, 1959 – March 21, 2020
Old Town - Christopher Scott Dionne, 60, died peacefully March 21, 2020, following a courageous battle with esophageal cancer. He was born December 6, 1959, in Bangor the son of Ronald and Faith (Brangwynne) Dionne. Chris graduated from Old Town High School in 1978 and attended the University of Maine, Presque Isle. In his youth, Chris was active at the Old Town YMCA, was president of the newly formed Leaders Club and was honored the "Boy of the year Award" in 1972. Chris was a finish carpenter by trade. His hobbies included working in his yard, woodworking on crafts, and spending time on the coast of Maine camping and kayaking. He is survived by his parents; sister Deborah Gott and her husband Edward; his significant other Deborah Hambrock; aunts Gladys Marie Tardiff, Faye Ann Macomber and her husband Gerald; niece Betsy Follansbee and her husband Fred; nephews Ted Gott and his wife Nina, Tom Gott and his wife Anna; and many cousins. Chris was predeceased by his loving grandparents Harold and Mary Brangwynne, Leo and Evelyn Dionne, his beloved dog Smokey and cat Lucky. A special thank you to Debbie Hambrock for her loving care of Chris during his recent illness. Memorial contributions may be made to Cancer Care of Maine 33 Whiting Hill Road Brewer, Maine 04412 or the Old Town Animal Orphange PO Box 565 Orono, Maine 04473. In light of the Covid-19 situation, a graveside service at Mount Hope Cemetery, Bangor, will be announced at a later date.
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Christopher Scott Dionne
George Wayne Labbé-Babin
March 29, 2020
Dear Faith and Ron-Lilianne and I were so sorry to hear about the death of your son Christopher. Please know that we are thinking of you and sending prayers.
March 23, 2020
Twelve years of happiness just wasn't enough time
To show the world that you were mine.
There are no words to express how sad I feel.
How lost I am without you.
The day you left, no words did you speak.
I held you in my arms and the words, they were mine.
I hope you heard me because you were weak.
No one can answer, but I will find out in time.
Married to you I will always be.
Memories we made will stay with me.
Warm in the feeling that you're still around.
Knowing one day all will be found.
Come to me, Chris, in all of my dreams
So I can see you again with my eyes.
Whisper sweet nothings while I'm asleep.
More loving memories that I can keep.
Wait for me, Chris, while my life drifts by.
Sure in the knowledge that one day I'll fly
Back in your arms that will be waiting for me.
Back to your heart where I've wanted to be.
Rest assured, Chris, my heart is all yours.
No one could ever replace what I've lost.
Safe in my heart you will always stay
Until my last breath, until my last day.
I love you Chris! Always & Forever!!!!