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Harold "Bub" David Glidden
CORINNA – Harold “Bub” David Glidden, 70, died peacefully with his loving family by his side on November 20, 2013 at a Pittsfield nursing center after a long illness. He was born March 7, 1943 in Patten, a son of Elwood and Pauline (Hanson) Glidden. He married the former Judith Botting on July 27, 1962, and they were married for 51 years.

Bub was employed by Arctic Energy in Corinth for many years delivering oil and working in the office dispatching. He worked many years cutting wood and driving trucks for different individuals throughout his life. He loved reading, doing crossword puzzles, brook fishing, hunting and being outdoors. He will be remembered for his sharp wit, his sense of humor and his beautiful smirk.

He is survived by his loving wife of Corinna; 3 daughters, Rhonda and husband Michael Smith, Sr. of Corinth, Sheree and husband Troy Brown of Moscow, Julie and husband Chris Sothen of Royal Palm Beach, FL; a brother, Elwood Glidden, Jr. and his girlfriend Jolie of Corinth; a sister Carolyn and husband James Mahon of Bangor; 5 grandsons, Chad Towle of Corinna, Michael Smith, Jr. of Corinth, David Smith of Bangor, C. J. Sothen of Royal Palm Beach, FL, and Joshua Brown of Moscow; 1 grand daughter, Kristen and husband Neil Catapano of Boynton Beach, FL; and 1 great grand-daughter, Audrey Rose Catapano; many nieces and nephews, as well as a hunting buddy Kenneth Towle. He was predeceased by his parents, a son David, and a sister Judy.

The family would like to thank his caregivers at EMMC and Pittsfield Rehab and Nursing for the loving care he was given in his final days.

Private burial will be in Clark’s Hill Cemetery, Stetson, at a later date.

Arrangements are by Crosby & Neal Chapel, 68 Exeter Road, Corinna. Those who wish may leave written condolences

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