In Memoriam : Carle Danis
Carle G. Danis - age: 83
(May 01, 1934 to March 30, 2018
Friends and relatives may call Wednesday April 4, 2018 from 4 to 7 PM at the Dennett, Craig & Pate Funeral Home 365 Main St, Saco.
Private family funeral services will be held at a later date.
Burial will follow at Arundel Cemetery.
For those wishing to make memorial contributions in his memory please consider The American Cancer Society, Maine Chapter Foundation 170 US Route 1, Suite 250, Falmouth, Maine 04105.
Arundel, Carle G. Danis, 83 of Old Post Rd passed away Friday March 30, 2018 at the Southern Maine HealthCare in Biddeford. He was born in Biddeford May 1, 1934 the son of George and Mildred Record Danis.
Carle attended local schools, worked at the Lyman Harris Dairy Farm, and graduated from Thornton Academy.
His employment included Sandler Auto Parts, Biddeford United Auto Parts and later as the owner and operator of Arundel Auto Service. Carle could be found most days at the garage working right up until his passing.
Carle had been involved in the construction of their first fire truck for the Town of Arundel and where he served as the First Fire Chief for the Town for over 20 years.
He also served as Constable for the Town of Arundel.
He enjoyed traveling, including trip to Alaska, various National Parks and many trips to Disney World with grandchildren and old time country music.
He is predeceased by his first wife Joan Pinkham Danis.
Survivors include his wife Diane Barden Danis of Arundel, a son Bud Danis and wife Marilyn of Kennebunkport, and stepsons Brian Roy and wife Amanda of Lyman and and Stephen Roy and wife Laurie of Wakefield, 3 daughters Carlene E. Danis and husband Zeigh Owensby of Prescott Valley, AZ, Patti Chamberlin and husband Daniel of Sanford, and Betty Guay and husband David of Kennebunk, brothers Ralph I. Danis of Arundel, Roy Danis of Epping, NH and Harold Danis of Shapleigh, sisters Evelyn Goulden of Arundel, Lois Lefebvre of Oxford, MI, Diane Ziobron of Moodus, Ct and Yvonne Souliere of Sierra Vista, AZ, 6 grandchildren Erin, Jessica, Amanda, Gregory, Jordan and Maggie, 4 step grandchildren Katie and Cameron, and his IMPS Alexa and Megan, great grandchildren Morgan, Nicolas, Ella, Noah, Michael, Sarah, Caleb, Langley and Carson, and one step great grandchild Alexis.
Lois Lefebvre - March 31, 2018 Contact this person
So sorry for the passing of my brother Carle. Our condolences to his wife Diane, his children, Bud, Carlene, Patti and Betty. We know he is with the Lord and will not be suffering as he has in the past few years. He was always so helpful to others and his good deeds were many. He will be missed. Lois and Ron
Diane Danis Ziobron - March 31, 2018 Contact this person
Love and Prayers to Diane and to all my neices and nephews as well as my brothers and sisters for our loss of Carle a great father and brother. We are all much richer for having him in our lives he will be greatly missed. Diane and Don.
Diane Danis - April 1, 2018 Contact this person
Grateful that he no longer has to pretend to be fantastic! From this point on, Fantastic he is and will forever be.
Linda Cook - April 3, 2018 Contact this person
Back in the early 60’s ,I used to babysit his four beautiful children. They were well behaved and I always looked forward to going to their house. He worked for my father,Lyman Harris, for a while. Remember being friends with his family when I was very young.
One of the true Arundel founders. He will be missed.
Scott Lefebvre - April 4, 2018 Contact this person
I was so sorry to hear of Uncle Carle’s Passing. I have great memories of spending time at his house as a child and teenager; he was a practical joker with a wonderful sense of humor, and a caring man who went out of his way to help me in my adult life. My sincere condolences, in particular, to Carlene, Bud, Patty and Betty. Your Dad always made me laugh and smile.
Robert Tarr - May 2, 2018 Contact this person
My heart is heavy to learn Uncle Carle passed away. Memories of summer days at his home, swimming in the pool, enjoying the hot tub and all the cookouts we had there. He was more like a dad I always wanted to have than an uncle. My condolences to my cousins Carlene, Bud, Patty and Betty. Til we meet again Uncle Carle. Thank you for all the great memories.
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