Gerald "Gerry" G. Moulton

November 12, 1921January 29, 2021

Dateline – Skowhegan Gerald G. Moulton, 99, of Skowhegan, passed away Friday January 29, 2021 at his home surrounded by his family. He was born November 12, 1921 in Bingham, Maine, the son of Earl W. Moulton and Jessie Smith Lancaster. Gerry attended Skowhegan schools before serving in the US Navy during WWII. Gerry worked for the Maine Spinning Mill as a Bobbin setter for more than twenty years, then for Turcotte’e Restaurant as a cook, For over 25 years, he worked for the former American Laundry retiring in 1980 and later went to work for McDonald’s in Skowhegan following that Gerry Worked for Walmart as a greeter. And for more than 50 years, Gerry also worked for the Skowhegan Drive-in, first as an attendant in the early 1950’s and then on to the maintenance man in the later years. He was a member of the Peter-Shortier American Legion, the Forty & Eight, and a member of the Notre Dame de Lourdes. He is survived by his daughter Elaine Ellis of Skowhegan; his son-in-law Pete Leonard of Costa Rico; his five grandchildren, Jason Ellis and his companion Katie McGlashing, Joshua Potenza, Melissa Keister and her husband John, Zachary Walker and his wife Morgan and Ronald Bubier; his 11 great-grandchildren, Jada, Oliva, Aubree, Wyatt, Brendon, Baily, Kaylee, Kennedy, Nevaeh, Riley, and Taylor; his caregiver and friend Dwayne Landry of Skowhegan as well as nieces and nephews and their spouses, Teddy Poulin, Joyce Foley, Jayne Hart, Janet King, Patsy Jarvis, Ginger Cyr and Steven Cyr. He is predeceased by his parents, his wife Constance, his daughters Emmie Cooper; his sister June Tozier; his brothers, Kenneth and Clair Moulton. Services will be held at a later date in the spring. Arrangements are entrusted to the care of Smart & Edwards Funeral Home, 183 Madison Ave., Skowhegan, Maine. Anyone wishes to leave the family messages can do so on our website at –


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Carrie Collins

February 4, 2021

Gerald Moulton was the absolute best godfather, a girl could ever have. Uncle Jerry blessed me by giving me away at my wedding. He and his late wife, Constance were very loving and accepted me into their family as a child. I was extremely blessed with their love.
My heartfelt condolences to the entire family, in their time of loss. I can not imagine the heart break from losing one of the most amazing men I have ever known.
It's going to seem surreal not seeing him around town, It was almost a given running into him at Walmart and McDonalds.
I'm sad to know he has left us but on my heart, I smile a bit knowing how much he missed his wife. I can only imagine his happy face seeing her again.
I pray for peace and love for his family. And I thank you all for allowing me to be part of that. I hope and pray you all are doing ok considering your loss. Uncle Jerry was one in a hundred million. I feel blessed to have known and loved him.

Tisha Lewis

February 2, 2021

He always could make me smile. He was such an amazing man, I have thought about Gerry throughout the years since I left Walmart in Skowhegan. He was a good luck charm always letting me rub his bald head and kiss his forehead. His passing is going to leave a huge hole in many lives and will be missed like crazy. Condolences to Elaine, Jason and family . RIP Gerry! You were such a great man!

Carroll & Lila Ware

February 2, 2021

Lila and I were saddened to see that Gerry has passed. We live on the corner of Greenwood Ave and Locust street, and have known Gerry for several years, first when he served as a greeter at Walmart, then as a neighbor. Gerry was a cordial and gentle man. His smile lit up the neighborhood when we waved to him as he sat in his lawn chair! Our sincere condolences, Gerry will be missed.
Carroll & Lila Ware

Ruth Morgan

February 2, 2021

Elaine, and the Moulton family I extend my sympathies.
I am going to miss Gerry so much we used to stand together in Wal Mart almost every day and talk.
He was such a dear friend my heart is sad.

Susan Lee Marin

February 1, 2021

Oh this is so sad. Worked many years , with Jerry at Walmart. He was always a pleasure to be around. He always loved to hug us women and we enjoyed it. RIP Jerry! Elaine, and family so sorry for your loss

Karen Belyea

February 1, 2021

I will always remember Gerry. We always said we were going on a cruise to spend his moldy money lol. I first met him years ago when I worked for Senior Spectrum. He was one of my volunteers. Will always have fond memories. You will be missed by all who knew you. Fly high my friend