OBITUARY

Veral David Young

May 2, 1934March 8, 2019

Veral D. Young

Old Town-Veral D. Young, 84 died peacefully March 8th, 2019 at a Bangor health care facility. He was born May 2nd, 1934, in Old Town, a son of Ralph Sr. and Ena(Priest) Young. Veral had a passion for raising a garden and especially loved growing sunflowers. He spent many hours playing solitaire and working on the woodpile. He enjoyed sitting and telling stories of the old days with family and friends and enjoyed his visits to Stonington. One of his favorite things to do was to drive to family events for barbeques and holiday gatherings. He especially liked visiting with the grandchildren and great grandchildren to get updates on their busy lives.

He is survived by 6 step children; Sharon, Mary, Brenda, Robin, Cynthia, and Patricia, sister-in-law Sharon Young, many grandchildren and great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.

He was predeceased by his wife Georgina, step son Clifford, great grand daughter Courtney; six bothers Dale, Ashley, Weldon, Ralph Jr., Arnold, and Damon and four sisters Elvie, Thena, Ethelyn, and Nadine.

Spring graveside services will be at the West Old Town Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of one’s choice.

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REMEMBERING

Veral David Young

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Debi Corral

March 15, 2019

There are so many happy memories and laughs. When we would visit Maine it was like "going home" . Veral was always kind and funny . I loved his garden. He could grow anything and his sunflowers were beautiful. I would ask my mom why can't we have a garden like this? Her reply was always "only Veral can grow a garden like this".
When we would get to the house from the airport Aunt Gina would get the water ready for the instant coffee . Veral would wait for the expression on my face after that first sip (I hate instant coffee) and then laugh. Aunt Gina would say "what's wrong with you face Debi?"...Good Times.
Uncle Veral please give my mom and Aunt Gina a hug for me.
Rest in Peace.

Bruce Caswell

March 12, 2019

Veral may you rest in peace, you were such a good man, my heartfelt sympathy for your family and friends, you was a member of our greatest generation, many fond memories growing up around your family, I will miss you dear neighbor

Tina Priest

March 11, 2019

You will be forever missed at all our family gatherings. We will always have in your memory Orange "Sodie" and a Pumpkin Pie. Thank you for getting "Chum" (aka Dylan) off the bus and chasing down the bus when they forgot to drop him off every Wednesday's while I took Nan "junk shopping", filling our cravings with all the wonderful corn, cucumbers and Peas from your garden and loving all the Walker family and bonus Walkers unconditionally. We will miss hearing of all your stories from your younger years visiting with the Priest family, seeing the joy on your face when one of your grandchildren/great grandchildren hit a mile stone in their lives and waiting for you to be fashionably late so you could get the best parking spot to be able to leave without everyone having to move their car. This family will for sure have a huge void that will NEVER be filled. Stock on Honey Nut Cheerios, scratch offs and snuff will never be the same. Rest in Peace Papa and know that we all loved you and give Nan a big hug for us.

Tina Priest

March 11, 2019

Tina Priest

March 11, 2019

Tina Priest

March 11, 2019

Johnnie Walker

March 11, 2019

Rest in peace Papa. I'll miss your laugh, your energy and your big personality. Family functions won't be the same without you. Christmas in Happytown without power will be a different experience now that you're gone. I know you'll miss the long drive from West Oldtown!!! Say Hi to Nan for me. XoXo Johnnie

Tina Priest

March 11, 2019

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY