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16 Pleasant Street
Augusta, ME 04330
Phone: 207-622-9311
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Phil Lamontagne

Phil J Lamontagne

Sunday, February 7th, 1926 - Thursday, November 21st, 2019
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Phil J. Lamontagne, age 93, died Thursday, November 21, 2019 at the MaineGeneral Rehabilitation and Nursing Care Center at Glenridge following a long illness. He was born in Winslow, ME on February 7, 1926 a son of the late Arsene and Odelie (Carrier) Lamontagne.
Mr. Lamontagne was a high school graduate and a US Navy veteran, serving in World War II.
He had been employed in the Maine State National Guard for over 17 years. He previously worked at the Penthouse Club in New York and the Augusta State Hospital for over 22 years.
Mr. Lamontagne was a communicant of St. Michael Parish and was a member of the Maine State Retirees Association, American Association of Retired Persons and a Life Member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post #887.
For the last 8 months, Dad had been living at Glenridge Long Term Care and they were some of the happiest months that he has had in a very long time. Although his memory had left him several years ago and worsened over the last few months, he never, ever lost his love of others, especially his daughters. Every day he told us how much he loved us. He was constantly appreciating the staff, telling them that, "you are the angels from Heaven who are taking care of me". He laughed every day, loved every day and continued to give every day. His crazy sense of humor was always present, right up to the end. He left with a full heart, knowing that soon he would be with all of his loved ones. Our Dad was loved.
He was pre-deceased by his first wife of 40 years, Patricia (Rancourt) Lamontagne; his second wife, Maxine Norton Lamontagne; seven brothers: Joseph, Francis, Edward, Gerald, Rosaire, Lawrence, Leon and three sisters, Theresa Cromer, Ella Chasse, Armande Lamontagne.
Mr. Lamontagne is survived by four daughters: Donna Lausier of Hallowell, Ann Wheeler Stoddard of North Yarmouth, Janice Lamontagne of Augusta and Susan Lamontagne of Augusta; a sister, Delores Akerley of Heberth City, UT; four grandchildren, Jamie Halperin, Kevin Lausier, Jason Wheeler and Zachery Snowden: several great grandchildren and many nieces, nephews and cousins.
Private services will be held at the convenience of the family.
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Kandy Johnson

Posted at 06:41am
Sue, Jan, Ann & Donna - I don't believe there is a memory of my childhood without the thought of "Uncle Phil" in it. I think I spent more time with your family than I did mine...even though you were right next door. Uncle Phil was always a constant...never angry, always smiling and loving. I know too well the sorrow you are feeling today. His light of laughter will always be in your hearts and his memory as well as your mom's will always be with me. Much love..Kandy Robinson Johnson

Tanya Thibodeau

Posted at 02:04pm
Phil was always quick with a joke or story. I looked forward to our daily chats. Your feet dont match, asking one day if garbage bin was full of 100.00 bills. Thanks for your service Phil


Posted at 10:46am
Dear Ann, It is sad to loose one's Dad, and I feel your pain. Your Dad's obituary gave me the feelings of great love for others and being loved. It is a wonderful tribute to your Dad. God Bless you and your family, and may your memories of your Dad help ease your pain. Love, Elaine St. Pierre Gagnon.

Peggy O'ben

Posted at 01:31pm
So sorry for the loss of your dad Sue...

David Leibowitz

Posted at 12:29pm
He was great to the Priest at St. Paul Center, They just loved his cooking and his jokes. He was loved by many . Susie, sorry about your Dad.

David & Renette Leibowitz

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