Terry Allen Newton
December 16, 1949 – November 25, 2019
Terry A. Newton, 69, of Detroit, Maine formerly of Peru passed away on Monday November 25, 2019 at the Alfond Center for Health in Augusta, following a long illness. He was born in Rumford, Maine on December 16, 1949 a son of Sherwood and Marguerite (Smart) Newton. Terry was an avid hunter and trapper and was a lifelong member of the NRA and MTA. Surviving are his wife of 20 years, Barbara Newton of Detroit; children, Rebecca Newton of Rumford, Thomas Bartlett and wife Vanessa of Ocala, FL, Amy Newton and husband Shane Amoroso of Peru, Faxon McLaughlin of Detroit, and Breanna Goewey and husband Revlin of St. Albans; sister, Gail Newton and companion Wayne Orr of New Gloucester; brothers, Wayne Newton and wife Susan of MA, Dennis Newton and wife Jane of Peru, and Sonny Newton and wife Terri of Crystal River, FL; seven grandchildren and two great great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his parents. If so desired contributions in Terry’s name may be made to the MCMC Nursing Education Program, Office of Philanthropy PO Box 828 Waterville, ME 04903.
- If so desired contributions in Terry’s name may be made to the MCMC Nursing Education Program Office of Philanthropy PO Box 828 Waterville, ME 04903.
- A Time of Sharing & Remembering Saturday, November 30, 2019
- Celebration of Life Saturday, November 30, 2019
Terry Allen Newton
November 26, 2019
It is with a heavy heart that I will express great sympathy to all of those whom is left with the pain of one who has traveled forward in this universe. Terry was a man who made everyone around him feel the utmost comfort in his presence. He keep fairly quiet with a few words, but the wisdom was felt when he spoke. Our gifts in this life are rare to know, but it is with great joy that Terry shared his with all he met. The gift of being accepting of others and to withhold judgment for he knew that all have a voice to be heard. It is this that his feet will move swiftly amongst the heavens, and for all of us below to follow with great care. This was his gift to all, and it will remain in our hearts forever. Linda & Peter Kennedy