Lewis G. "Bucky" Gaboury

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Lewis G. "Bucky" Gaboury
1943 - 2017
RANDOLPH - Lewis G. "Bucky" Gaboury, 73, of Randolph, died peacefully, riding alongside his best friend after going upta camp one last time, before leaving to join many family members on the other side, on Nov. 10, 2017.
Born in 1943, he was the son of the late Earnestine Rankins and Lucien Gaboury of Gardiner, where he spent most of his life. An avid hunter, fisherman and camper, Bucky's real and abiding passions were his family and friends. Bucky sought to instill in his children, grandchildren and friends a zest for life, a commitment to family and friends, and the power of a joke.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by the love of his life, Debra Clark; son, Randy Gaboury; granddaughter, Taylor Gaboury; and brothers, Stevie, Arthur, Rudy and Linwood Gaboury, David Bigelow and Bill W.
He is survived by his daughter, Darlene Dyke, and her children Cassidy, Gerran and Alli; daughter, Deanna Gaboury, and her children Nadean and Austin; son, Linwood Gaboury, his wife Stephanie, and their children Mariah, Megan, Marleigh, and Dylan; daughter, Bobbi Thompson, her husband Mark, and their children Bobbi Jo, Ali, Megan, Steve and Shawna; son, Ricky Gaboury, his wife Tena, and their son Cody, son Lewis Gaboury, his wife Meagan and children Casey and Jordan; daughter, Christy Fairservice, her husband Jim, and their children Michael and Phoebe; son, Daniel Clark, and his daughter Stella, daughter Ashley Gaboury and her fiancé Jay and children Sophia and Trenton; grandchildren, Logan and Danika Gaboury; sister, Delores Gaboury; and numerous great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, and his dog, Dozer.
A Celebration of Life will be held Sunday, Nov. 19, at 3 p.m. at Staples Funeral Home on Brunswick Avenue in Gardiner, with a potluck gathering at his house to follow.

In lieu of flowers,
the family asks that you
find the strength to fight addiction,
and never drink and drive.



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Staples Funeral Service
53 Brunswick Avenue
Gardiner, ME 04345
(207) 582-3102
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Published in Central Maine on Nov. 13, 2017