Milford-LeeAnn Daigle, 66, wife of Clarence "Didi" Daigle, died unexpectedly at her residence July 9, 2013. She was born April 20, 1947 in Bangor a daughter of Julius and Mildred (Harnden) Parker and was raised in Bangor by Mildred and Alfred Gomm Jr., her beloved mother and step-father.
LeAnn met Clarence, when she worked as a short order cook in Old Town. Following retirement, they split their time between Maine and Florida. She was a member of the VFW and American Legion Ladies Auxiliary and used her cooking skills at various Elks Lodge Functions. She enjoyed fishing, camping, and visiting family and friends.
She is survived by her loving husband of 15 years Clarence "Didi" Daigle of Milford; brothers Darryl Parker and his wife Linda of Winterport, Scott Harnden and his wife Patty of Hermon; Steven Gomm and his wife Kathy of Orrington, Clifford Gomm and his wife Sheryl of Lawton, OK, James Gomm and his wife Bonnie of Newburg, sisters Kathi Morrisssey of Waller, TX , SueEllen Dority and her husband Elwyn of Bangor, Tammy Bailey and her husband Craig of Clearwater, FL, Minya Lynch and her husband James of Milford; Barbara LeClair and her husband David of Bangor, Pamela Campbell-Hall of Lake Charles, LA; stepson Butch Daigle and wife Marriet of Ft. Myers, Fl; stepdaughter Judy Dorr and her husband Bruce of Milford; numerous nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews, and step-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her first husband Milo Jenkins Jr, her parents, uncle Durwood Harnden, brother Jay Parker, sister Debra Donelan; nephews Frederick Parker and Joshua Zowghi, niece Amy Parker and great nephew Caleb Shoopman.
A time of remembrance will be conducted 2-4 PM Friday at the Birmingham Funeral Home 438 Main St Old Town followed by a memorial reception at 4PM at the American Legion Hall, Water Street, Old Town. A graveside service will be conducted 1PM Saturday at the Milford Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the
P.O. Box 417005 Boston, MA. 02241-7005 or visit www.heart.org
or to the
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