Emile Morin Jr.
Emile Morin, Jr., age 81, died unexpectedly Saturday, November 18, 2017 at the Alfond Center for Health in Augusta. He was born in Augusta, ME on November 22, 1935 a son of the late Emile Morin, Sr. and Lea (Daniels) Morin.
Mr. Morin attended Augusta schools and was a US Army veteran.
He had been employed by Hudson Pulp and Paper/Statler Tissue for 37 years. During those years, he also worked part time at Plummer Funeral Home. He was later employed at the Veterans Hospital at Togus and Kennebec Professional Pharmacy.
Mr. Morin was a communicant of St. Augustine Catholic Church and was a member of the Cushnoc Senior Citizens and a Life Member of the Calumet Club.
He was pre-deceased by 5 brothers: Larry, Roger, Donald, Norman “Kit” and Albert; four sisters: Simone Bouchard, Violette Michaud, Lucienne Pomerleau and Pauline Morin and a great grandson, Riley E. Baugh.
Mr. Morin is survived by his wife of 59 years, Gisele D. (Tardiff) Morin of Augusta; four sons: Mark A. Morin and his companion Beryl Freeman of Augusta, Lee P. Morin and his wife Pam of China, Gary M. Morin and his companion Jill Sachno of Sidney and Paul J. Morin of Augusta; his daughter, Caryn A. Murphy and her fiancé Peter Barnett of Waterville; two brothers: Raymond Morin of South Portland and Nelson Morin and his wife Diane of Concord, CA; seven grandchildren: Angela, Stacey, Josh, Ryan, Jami, Kelsey and Savanah; nine great grandchildren: Zack, Adam, Hunter, Payton, Caleb, Landon, Brooklyn, Cadyn and Eloise as well as many nieces, nephews and cousins.
There are no public visiting hours. A Memorial Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday, November 25th at 11 AM at St. Augustine Catholic Church, Northern Ave., Augusta. Burial will be held at a later date in the new Maine Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Mt. Vernon Rd., Augusta.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Emile’s memory may be made to either: Alzheimer’s Association, Maine Chapter, 383 US Route One, Suite 2C, Scarborough, ME, 04074, or to St. Michael Parish for Masses to be said in Emile’s memory.