Birmingham Funeral Home

438 Main Street, Old Town, ME


Richard Charles Hashey

April 7, 1942January 8, 2020

Richard C. Hashey OLD TOWN—Richard C. Hashey, 77, died peacefully January 8, 2020 at Maine Veterans Home with his family at his side. He was born April 7, 1942 in Old Town a son of Charles and Beatrice (Pelletier) Hashey. Richard proudly served his country for over 30 years as a member of the Air National Guard and United States Air Force retiring in 1994 as a MSGT. Following his retirement, he was employed at Walmart, where he made a close friend in Bob Stanley. He enjoyed family gatherings and also time spent with his close friend, Ronnie Thurston. He is survived by his wife Jeannine; eight children Laurie, Sherrie, Terri and her husband Paul, Michael and his wife Vicki, Sean and his wife Tiffany, Christopher and his wife Meagan, Danielle and her husband Dan, and Jeffrey and his wife Christy. He was the proud grandfather of 16 grandchildren; Renee, Matthew, Nicholas and his fiancé Carrie, Tyler, Olivia, Madison, Noah, Callie, Jaden, Logan, Connor, Michael, Joey, Ryan, Danny, and Madalyn; six great grandchildren Brianna, Karter, Kaden, Conner, Zoe, and Bronson. He is also survived by two nieces and their families, Julie Prowe and Lisa Ford as well as one aunt and several cousins. He was predeceased by his parents and sister Linda Nelson. The family wishes to thank Kindred Home Health, Kindred Hospice and the staff at Maine Veterans Home for the excellent care that he received. Memorial contributions may be made to the Activities Fund at Maine Veterans Home 44 Hogan Road, Bangor, ME 04401 Per his wishes, all services will be private.


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Bryant & Pat White

January 12, 2020

We have known Dick since 1972 when I worked for him in the Security Police Flight at the Maine Air National Guard . He was a great person and supervisor. Our thoughts and prayers to the family. He will be missed by everyone who knew him.