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Jerry Wayne Gauthier

August 12, 1947November 5, 2020

Jerry W. Gauthier

OLD TOWN--Jerry W. Gauthier, 73, died peacefully November 5, 2020 at home with his wife and daughters by his side. Jerry was born August 12, 1947 in Old Town a son of Amos J. and Sylvia M (Jameson) Gauthier.

Jerry attended Old Town schools before enlisting in the US Army and serving 1964-1967. Following his discharge, he worked at S&O’K Bottling (1967-1969) then went to work at the Old Town Paper Mill, retiring form Old Town Fuel and Fiber in 2014. His greatest joys were having his grandchildren around, fishing at Schoodic Lake, and having family and friends at his pool.

Jerry is survived by his wife Debbie (Monk) Gauthier; two daughters Michelle Drinkwater and her husband Chris and Melissa Lloyd and her husband Mark; four grandchildren Dylan and Jared Drinkwater and Kyla and Kenzie Lloyd; brother Jim Gauthier, sisters-in-law Karen Smith and Sue Gauthier; nieces, nephews, and cousins. He was predeceased by a brother Dale Gauthier.

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Dan&Noreen Stover

November 7, 2020

Sad for Jerry's death. It's always hard to see the good folks gone.
May you all enjoy the time he was with you
Our best wishes for continuing health and prosperity for your family.

The Stovers (Andy 's in -laws)

Claudette Michaud

November 7, 2020

Debbie,
I am so sorry to hear about Jerry passing away. Stay strong-we love you.
Jerry and Aunt Claudette

Debora McAuliffe

November 5, 2020

So sorry to hear of Jerry’s passing. Such a nice guy. He was always so proud of his girls and your accomplishments. I always loved talking to Jerry. He was especially fun to reminisce about Old Town history with. Debbie, I remember as a teenager, visiting your house with Karen. You were both always so nice to me and so much fun. Continued to enjoy many fun times over the years. Thinking of and praying for all of you at this very sad time. 💙😘
Debbie Bates McAuliffe

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