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Calvin Weed

Calvin Abner Weed

1933 - 2019
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Obituary

Ellsworth
Calvin Abner Weed, 86, died October 15, 2019 at his home. He was born in Bangor, May 03, 1933, the son of George Everett and Marjorie Loantha (Seavey) Weed.
Cal grew up in Bangor and Hampden, while attending Hampden Academy he played football, baseball and basketball. Cal served in the US Army (1953-55). After returning home from the service he met the love of his life, Ellen Scott and they were married in 1955. Cal worked 10 years for Sears & Roebuck Co. and in 1965 Cal and the family moved to Ellsworth where in 1970 they opened the Sew & Save Shop which he was so proud of. He served as a city councilor and past mayor, was a member of the Kiwanis Club, Chamber of Commerce, Lygonia Lodge of Ellsworth and Warren Lodge of East Machias.
Cal was an extremely kind and generous person, he loved golfing with friends, caring for the yard and home, working on restoring antiques, caning chairs, and woodworking projects for family and friends.
He is survived by his daughters, Karen A Linehan and husband James of Bangor, Sue Ellen Parkes of New London, NH ,Terri L. Cormier and husband Patrick of Ellsworth; and son, Steven R. Weed and wife Cherie of Seal Harbor; grandchildren, Flynn, Anna and Conor Linehan, Avery and Talia Parkes and Aislinn Crosby, Benjamin and Elizabeth “Grace” Weed; great grandson Leslie “Ziggy” Marley; brother in laws Roy Scott, Fernald Scott and his wife Gail, Richard Tuell, and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his beloved wife, Ellen; sisters, Adell Watson and Joan Stewart; brothers, George “Buddy” Weed, Jr and Russell Weed. He is also survived by dear friends Seldon and Marilyn Blethen.
Memorial Services will be held 1pm, Saturday, October 26, 2019 at Jordan-Fernald, 113 Franklin St., Ellsworth. Interment will be at Woodbine Cemetery, Ellsworth.
Contributions in Cal’s memory may be made to Northern Lights Maine Coast Hospital, 50 Union Street, Ellsworth or Hospice of Hancock County, 14 McKenzie Avenue, Ellsworth 04605
Condolences may be expressed at www.jordanfernald.com
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Karen Svenson

Posted at 10:07am
My sincere condolences to Cal Weed's family on his passing. I am so glad to have known Cal Weed - only from my visits to the shop in Ellsworth. He was such a sewing machine enthusiast! Years ago my sister (an extraordinary seamstress/sewing expert) and my father (about Cal's age and a lover of the mechanics of sewing machines but never sewed a thing) visited me in Maine/Bar Harbor. You could never trust my dad and sister to go off together on a Saturday (in California) because they always came home with another sewing machine! On their visit to me, they thought my old Singer was not enough (I really do not sew much) so we all went to Ellsworth to Sew n Save. My Dad and Cal recognized their shared enthusiasm for sewing machines and gabbed up a bit. With sister's help and approval my Dad bought me a new beautiful modern machine from Cal. It sounds like a mundane story but having already known of Cal's gentle spirit and smart enthusiasm, seeing him and my Dad get so smiley about it all was really moving. I thank him for years there, his later years, but also for all the things I learned about him in the obituary. Bless his family; what a wonderful man of high integrity. I am so glad to have some stories and experiences with him at the store. Always friendly and helpful. With fond lighthearted memories, yours sincerely, Karen Svenson, Bar Harbor.
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Cindy A Bernstein

Posted at 01:24pm
My deepest condolences to your entire family. I have such joy-filled memories of Cal and Ellen both playing golf at the White Birches and their loving interaction with BJ and Shayla. The kids would even try to sneak a ride around on the golf carts, while they’d be playing with Dick and Charlene. So much love! Sincerely, Cindy Bernstein and family
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Posted at 01:18pm
I loved both your parents, Cal will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with Cal on his new journey. My love to you all Dot Parkes & Frank Connors
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Gerry Dill

Posted at 08:51pm
My pleasure to meet, get to know, and to be his Pastor for the short time we had together. Certainly a wonderful person! Pastor Gerry
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Juanita

Posted at 01:43pm
At this sorrowful period in your life, please accept my sincerest condolences for the death of your loved one.  Reflecting on the divine promises found in the Bible will give you hope and strength to keep going until all of God's promises are fulfilled. (Romans 15:13; John 5:28, 29).
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