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16 Pleasant Street
Augusta, ME 04330
Phone: 207-622-9311
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Richmond Brann

Richmond W. Brann

Wednesday, February 2nd, 1949 - Tuesday, July 28th, 2020
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Richmond Wallace Brann - age 71, passed away, supported by his wife and family, at the Togus VA on July 28, 2020 after a brief illness.
Richmond was born in Augusta, ME on February 2, 1949, the son of Merton Brann and Mary (Sabin) Brann.
After attending Windsor School and Erskine Academy, South China, ME, he enlisted in the U.S. Air Force at the age of 18 during the Vietnam War. He attained the rank of Sgt. E4 as a jet engine mechanic being honorably discharged in 1971 after four years of service.
Richmond spent many years living in Georgia and Florida before returning to Maine. He hiked a portion of the Appalachian Trail and climbed Mt. Katahdin twice.
He loved anything to do with the outdoors, including camping, kayaking, fishing, and working with wood. He enjoyed carving and carpentry work, especially along side his brother Bob for the Inland Fisheries and Wildlife and at the Windsor Museum.
Nothing made Richmond happier than spending time with family and friends. One of his close neighbors commented, “Richmond is a person you just have to like.”
He was predeceased by his parents; stepfather, Lawrence French; stepsister, Dolores Witham; sister, Patricia Jones; and nephew, Nathan Brann.
He is survived by his wife, Nancy (Turner) Brann of Palermo, ME; four brothers: David Brann and wife, Molly of Homer AK, Robert Brann and wife, Priscilla of Windsor, ME, Timothy Brann and wife, Sue of Poulsbo, WA, Steven French and wife, Jane of Palermo, ME; stepbrother Laurice French of Somerville, ME; many nephews, nieces, cousins, and step-children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
The family would like to thank the medical staff on the Special Care Unit at Togus, VA for their compassionate care of Richmond.
There will be a private family visitation time at Plummer Funeral Home, 983 Ridge Road, Windsor, ME on Monday, August 3, 2020 from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm, followed at 2:00 pm by a public graveside service at Rest Haven Cemetery, Windsor. All those attending are asked to wear a face mask and practice social distancing, 50 person limit indoors, per state law. A gathering of family and friends will be held immediately following the service at the Windsor Museum on the Windsor Fairgrounds.
Donations in memory of Richmond may be made to the Windsor Historical Society, P.O. Box 27, Windsor, ME 04363.
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    Monday, August 3rd, 2020 | 2:00pm
    Monday, August 3rd, 2020 2:00pm
    Rest Haven Cemetery
    Rt 32
    Windsor, ME 04363
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    Rest Haven Cemetery
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    Windsor, ME 04363
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Mary H.

Posted at 04:49pm
Dear Nancy, I am so sorry to hear of Richmond's passing. I haven't seen you in years. Think last time was at lawyers office. I hope you are doing well. Sending love and healing prayers. Life must go on and know that you will do just fine. Love, Mary H.

Molly and Dave Brann

Posted at 05:42pm
Richmond was a wonderful host on our many visits back home to Maine. He insisted on driving to Portland to pick us up and shared many a lunch afterwards at "The Wall". He shared his home on Long Pond for many years when we would come to visit in October. He even hosted our son Josh's Maine wedding reception since the Maine family could not travel to California for the wedding around 9 years ago. The outside - sit down lobster feed by the pond was a treat for Josh and Jen and her parents who traveled to Maine to meet the family. In fact we had many lobster feeds in his garage and cherish those memories. At times, it was almost a contest to see whether Dave or Richmond could get the most meat out of a lobster, the tiniest morsel was to be savored. He milled many a piece of cherry wood for Dave to bring home to Alaska and turn into platters and bowls. Then there were the trips to Elmer's Barn and Liberty Tools to find that special curiosity, a hammer or a handsaw or that graceful wooden handle - sometimes he didn't care about the tool, just the handle. He shared his kayaks for us to use on the pond and often kayaked with Dave on the Kennebec. Fortunately he made the trip to Alaska several years ago, which he had always wanted to do. He and the rest of the family 4-wheeled out to our remote Alaska recreational cabin and all walked the last 1/2 mile when the trail got to soft. He was a very special person and will be missed. Molly and Dave Brann

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