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Robert G. Raymond
October 12, 1942 ~ July 14, 2023 (age 80) 80 Years Old
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PHIPPSBURG - Dr. Robert (Bob) Raymond, 80, formerly of Fort Kent, passed peacefully at home with loved ones by his side on July 14, 2023. Bob was born in Frenchville, Maine on October 12, 1942, son of Fernand and Juanita (Collin) Raymond.
Bob is survived by his devoted wife Linda, children, Nicole Bartolomei (Juan) of Essex, CT, Monique Raymond of Bethel, Robert Raymond (Colleen) of Bethel, Jacqueline Chiello (Carmelo) of Westfield, MA, Mitchell Levesque (Emily) of Stafa, Switzerland, Roxanne Desjardins (Tim) of Fort Kent, Russell Levesque (Fay) of San Clemente, CA, and Amy Harrington (Glenn) of Phippsburg, siblings, Philip Raymond (Doreen) of Gainesville, VA, Jean Paul Raymond (Christine) of Leicester, MA, Guy Raymond (Nancy) of Wallagrass and Richard Raymond (Linda) of New Canada, Margo Prentice (Norman) of Edmundston, Canada and Judy Kurowski of Chicago, IL, former wife Cynthia Maguire (Raymond) of Bethel, 12 grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and close friends.
After graduation from Assumption Prep School and then from Assumption College in Worcester, MA. Bob proudly served in the United States Air Force for seven years, serving his country in Vietnam. After his service, he continued to obtain his DDS from Georgetown University and practiced dentistry for 42 years. Bob was very respected by his medical peers and patients alike. Bob had a passion for airplanes and enjoyed building a VariViggen airplane with friends. In their retirement, Bob and Linda enjoyed planting and harvesting their beautiful gardens, then sharing the fruits of their labor with friends and family. He especially loved picking berries. Bob was a quiet, wise, and gentle soul who loved deeply. A faithful man, it is with heavy, but grateful hearts that we see him leave his earthly sufferings and enter into a glorious eternal life.
There will be no services. Memorial contributions may be made to the Joslin Diabetes Center c/o
Joslin Diabetes Center, Inc.
One Joslin Place
Boston, MA 02215
Arrangements by Daigle Funeral Home, 819 High Street, Bath. Condolences