Dennis A. Barron

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Dennis A. Barron
1943 - 2017
MADISON - Dennis A. Barron, 74, passed peacefully from this earthly life to his heavenly home on Sept. 10, 2017. He was born in Anson, on Sept. 2, 1943, to Dwight W. Sr. and Thelma (Otis) Barron.
He graduated in 1961 from Anson Academy. He played basketball and in baseball was named an Upper Kennebec Valley All Star. Upon graduation, he worked at North Anson Reel, where he learned the art of being a sawyer. He served his country in the Army for three years, from 1963-1966. After completing his service, he returned to North Anson Reel where he worked for many years. He retired from the lumber business in September 2008 after working over 40 years.
He enjoyed watching his children play sports and continued to attend games after they graduated. He was an avid Red Sox and Patriots fan and enjoyed bowling and playing men's softball. In his spare time, he liked crossword and jigsaw puzzles, as well as Sudoku.
He enjoyed spending time with his wife, children, and grandchildren. He liked to make things using wood, such as bookshelves and birdhouses.
He was a member of Christ Community Fellowship, formerly known as United Baptist Church in Madison, where he served on the property committee and as a deacon and usher.
He was predeceased by his parents; brother, Richard Barron; and in-laws Richard Saucier, and Joyce and Leo Estes.
He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Carolee Reed (Kelly) Barron, of Madison; a brother, Dwight W. Barron Jr., of Embden; children Jonathan and fiancée Katelyn Forbes, of Fairfield; Kelly Hyssong and husband Richard, of Rockland; and Stephanie, of Madison; grandchildren, Rianna and Kolby Barron, Aurora Forbes, and Makayla and Richard Hyssong IV; nieces, Michelle Gross, Melissa Johnson, and Elizabeth Soucie; in-laws, Paula Barron, Alva and Shirley Reed, Don and Jan Kelly, Sheila and Dave Henderson, and Gail Saucier; several nieces and nephews; and many cousins, including Lewis Morton and Ken Billing.
His family would like to thank CCF for their support and prayers, as well as the Oncology Department and staff at RFGH.
Visiting will be Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017, from 1-2 p.m. at Christ Community Fellowship Church on Maple Street, Madison. A funeral service will follow at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Forest Hill Cemetery. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Giberson Funeral Home, Madison.

In lieu of flowers,
contributions may be sent to
Christ Community Fellowship
43 Maple Street
Madison, ME 04950, or
RFGH Oncology Department
46 Fairview Avenue
Skowhegan, ME 04976, or
Madison All Sports Boosters
486 Main Street
Madison, ME 04950



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40 Maple Street
Madison, ME 04950
207-696-8081
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Published in Central Maine on Sept. 12, 2017