In Memoriam : Lee Goldthwaite

Lee Goldthwaite - age: 72
(December 14, 1946 to April 22, 2019 )
Resident of Biddeford Pool, Maine

Visitation Information:
He will be buried in the Maine Veterans Cemetery in Springvale Maine at a later time. There are
no services, per his wishes. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to
the Southridge Rehabilitation and Living Center 10 May Street,
Biddeford Maine.
Dennett, Cag & Pate Funeral Home and Cremation 365 Main St, Saco are entrusted with his arrangements.
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Biddeford: Lee Goldthwaite loosed his mooring line with this world and past into
eternity on April 22, 2019. Lee was the son of Ralph Jordan and
Eleanor Marie(Gross) Goldthwaite and the brother of Kathleen Goldthwaite
Hedman. He served in the Marines after high school. Lee was a medical
technician in Pulmonary Medicine at Maine Medical Center from 1970
until suffering a stroke in 1983. Lee was never able to return to
work, but spent many years gardening and landscaping around his
family's residence. He loved to cook and often cooked holiday meals
for the whole family. He loved doting on his two nieces, Carrie and
Christin. He always looked forward to his visits with his cousin,
Eileen Gross Blokland, and her husband, Michael, when they came back to
Maine each summer to visit. In 2010, he took up residence at
Southridge in Biddeford, Maine where he had many friends. The family
would like to thank the many caregivers at Southridge, who provided
excellent care to Lee over the last 9 years.

Penny Fifield - April 28, 2019Contact this person Contact this person
When I was 11 years old, my family moved next door to Lee. He is part of the fabric of my childhood memories. He was always a good, kind, loving friend. It's sad to think he is gone. The entire Goldthwaite and Gross families have my deepest condolences.❤️😢


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