Randy L. Gaboury, age 38, lost his long battle with addiction on Monday, October 16, 2017 at his home. He was born in Augusta, ME on September 20, 1979 a son of Lewis “Bucky” Gaboury and Cecile L. St. Hilaire.
Mr. Gaboury attended Gardiner Area High School and had been employed by Gaboury Drywall for over 15 years.
Randy was an avid fan of Boston sports teams and Dale Earnhardt, Jr. He loved to hunt and fish. He loved spending weekends at camp with his Pepere and Memere until he was a teenager. He enjoyed music and spending time with his many, many friends. Randy was gifted with charm and charisma with the ladies. He was a devoted son and father. He enjoyed attending his son, Logan's, functions at the Perkins School for the Blind and spending time with his precious daughter, Day Day. In spite of everything in life, he maintained a special relationship with his two Baby Mamas, Mindie and Holli. Randy had a great sense of humor and loved making people laugh. He would help anyone if he could and was loved by everyone who met him. He will be sadly missed by many.
He was predeceased by his beloved maternal grandparents, Real and Edith St.Hilaire, his maternal great-grandmother, Antoinette Brooks, and his paternal grandparents, Lucien and Ernestine Gaboury.
He is survived by his parents: Lewis “Bucky” Gaboury of Randolph and Cecile L. St. Hilaire of Augusta; a son, Logan Gaboury of Augusta; a daughter, Danika Gaboury of Dixfield; nine brothers and sisters: Darlene Dyke, Deanna Gaboury, Linwood Gaboury, Bobbi Thompson, Ricky Gaboury, Lewis Gaboury, Christy Fairservice, Daniel Clark and Ashley Gaboury, an uncle, Ronald St.Hilaire and an aunt, Michelle St.Hilaire Ballard, as well as innumerable aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins, and many very close friends.
Relatives and friends may visit on Saturday, October 21st from 10 AM-12 PM at Plummer Funeral Home, 16 Pleasant St., Augusta where a memorial service will be will be held at noon.
Donations to help defray the funeral expenses can be made through a Go Fund Me account. To access this page, please click here
A special thank you to all the nurses that cared for Randy at MaineGeneral Hospital and the wonderful Hospice Team. Thank you to Plummer Funeral Home.