CHARLES "CHUCKY" ERWIN EMERY
He attended Tri-County Tech Center in Dexter, enrolling in the Forestry program where he learned his many skills as a woodsman. Chucky graduated from Foxcroft Academy in 1995. After graduation, he began working in the woods he loved so much. He always said the woods was a peaceful place for him. Chuck will be remembered as a hard working man with a fun loving personality.
Chuck owned a saw mill and when he wasn't in the woods or with his family, he could be found making fish houses, picnic tables and his famous sheds. Chucky was always there to lend a hand to his family and friends. His electric smile and his laughter lit up a room. Anyone who knew Chuck knew that his passion was the woods and his work, but his love was his family: his wife Susan L. Emery, their son Colby A. Emery and their two dogs Lexi and Nala. Colby was Chuck's beloved son and best friend. He was a wonderful father and loved his son with all his heart.
Chucky leaves behind his wife, Susan L. Emery and his son, Colby A. Emery of Abbot; his parents, Darlene and Jerry Emery of Dover-Foxcroft; his sister, Tina Murray of West Virginia; and sister, Renee Hamlin of Bangor; brother-in-law, Scott Hamlin of Dixmont; brother, Shawn Emery and his wife Robin, of Bangor; grandmother, Althea Emery of Bangor; aunt, Karlene Pellerin and her husband Rick, of Sangerville; uncle Dave and aunt Debbie of Dover-Foxcroft; uncle Kevin Clukey and aunt Julie Hatch of Sangerville; aunt Sharon Stevens and her husband Robert, of Bangor; aunt Kristy Emery of Connecticut; two nieces, Cheyenne Edgerly of Kenduskeag and Meagan Emery of New York; three nephews, Dakota Hamlin of Dixmont, Brandon Green of West Virginia, and Johnathan Emery of Bangor; his extended family, Susan's parents, Larry Richards and his girlfriend Debbie Cargill and Sharon and John Libera, all of Abbot; his brothers and sisters-in-law, Scott and Shani Richards and their sons Cody and Dylan of Monson; Mary and Dane Hayes and Amy and Drew Hurst and their daughter Allison, all of California. Chucky also leaves many cousins and friends who loved him. He was loved by many and will be missed by all who know him.
Funeral services will be held at Crosby & Neal, 21 Oak Street, Guilford, on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 1:00 pm. Burial will be in the Village Cemetery, Sangerville.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a trust for Chucky's six year old son, Colby. Donations may be made at any of the Maine Highland Federal Credit Union offices.
For an online guest register, go to www.CrosbyNeal.com.
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