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16 Pleasant Street
Augusta, ME 04330
Phone: 207-622-9311
Fax: 207-622-9313
Thomas Weiblen

Thomas E Weiblen

Saturday, April 11th, 1942 - Monday, November 9th, 2020
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WINDSOR, MAINE
Thomas Erwin Weiblen, age 78, died peacefully Monday, November 9, 2020 at his home following a long illness. He was born in North Whitefield, ME on April 11, 1942; a son of the late Erwin C. and Ellen A. (Smith) Weiblen. Tom was predeceased by his twin sister, Nancy Ellen Zoltewicz.
He is survived by: his wife of 52 years, Mary E. (Paul) Weiblen of Windsor, his son, Shawn A. Weiblen and his daughter-in-law Michelle D. (Drouin) Weiblen and his grand children Monica R., Julia P., and Thomas W. of Durham, ME; his brother William A. Weiblen of Avon, CT; and nieces and nephews Stephanie Zoltewicz, Frederick Zoltewicz, Benjamin Zoltewicz, Craig Zoltewicz, Ann Kandalen and Elizabeth Weiblen and her children Catriana and Jaelle.
Tom attended the Coopers Mills Grammar School and was a graduate of Cony High School, class of 1960 where was the recipient of the Ira Gilman Award for Excellence in Industrial arts. He went on to graduate from the Massachusetts Trade Shop School in 1962.
After graduation he started a career which spanned 44 years. His first two years were at Hamilton Standard, a division of United Aircraft, working in the Experimental Jet Engine Fuel Controls Section. He returned to Maine in 1965 to work at Bath Iron Works as a Master Machinist and a member of the International Association of Aerospace Workers. In 1973 he left Bath Iron Works for a job at Bridge Construction Company in Windsor, ME. In 1983 he returned to Bath Iron Works where he remained until his retirement in 2006. At each place he worked he was recognized not only as an outstanding machinist but also a problem solver.
In 1964 Tom joined the Maine National Guard and was on active duty from February thru August of 1964, where he was known as an Expert Marksman. He left the Guard in 1973.
He was a member of the American Legion, the Whitefield Lions Club, The General Society of Mayflower Descendants, and Windsor snowmobile and four wheeler clubs.
Tom loved the outdoors, even as a child. He spent many hours hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, jet skiing and four wheeling on his property and throughout Maine. After retirement he spent a lot of time taking care of his land using all of his John Deere equipment as well as a Farmall Cub tractor which his family had purchased in 1952.
His favorite holiday was the Fourth of July where you could find him celebrating with family and friends, steaming lobsters, and firing his replica U.S.S Constitution cannon that he made by himself.
He was always very generous and usually had a smile on his face, even when challenged with much adversity. He was always willing to lend a hand to a friend in need or come up with an idea to solve a problem. He was as tough as nails and complained little. He was a man of his word and kept his promises.
Many things brought him joy. Most of all he had a love for life, loved his family and especially enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren who thought the world of him.
There will be no public visiting hours or funeral service. Burial will be at a later date in 2021 at Rest Haven Cemetery, Rt. 32, Windsor.
The family requests in lieu of flowers that donations in Thomas’ memory be made to: American Parkinson’s Disease Association, PO Box 61420, Staten Island, NY, 10306.
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    Address
    10 Ridge Road
    WINDSOR, ME 04363
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Curt Esident

Posted at 10:35pm
Tommy! The yard hasn't been the same! I can't express in mere words what this means! Never forget the times at BIW! - Curt Esident
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mark huntington

Posted at 01:32pm
Mary and Shawn, I am so sorry to hear about Tommy. He was the first person to befriend me 30 years ago when I moved to Maine. May God bless Tommy. Mark Huntington and family.
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Donna Parlin

Posted at 11:23am
Tommy was a friend of John Parlin III and they grew up together. I got to know him after Johnny and I were married. He visited us very often, in fact nearly weekly, and we enjoyed him so much. He had many Sunday meals with us. He always had a nice shiny car. He was very pleasant. As we got older and Tommy got married himself we didn't see so much of him. I knew Mary from her work at Sylvania so always inquired about Tommy and his siblings. Billy was two years ahead of me at Waldoboro High School. Associate basketball with Billy. I will always remember Tommy as a good friend, smart and ambitious. I am sorry to hear of his passing. Sincerely, Donna Parlin Waldoboro
 
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davidachase@gmail.com Posted at 05:25pm

Tommy was a gentleman of the first order ! He was a credit to his family and community. We are all better to have known him. David Chase, Whitefield
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