Rodney Alan McAleer

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Rodney Alan McAleer
1954 - 2018
BENTON - Rodney Alan McAleer, 63, formerly of Benton, passed away peacefully, following a long illness, on Thursday, Jan. 4, 2018, at Maine General Medical Center, in Augusta.
Rodney was born in Waterville on May 2, 1954, the son of the late Robert A. and Christine B. (Bugold) McAleer.
He was a hockey player, and graduate of Waterville High School.
Rodney was an avid sports fan who enjoyed all sports. He also loved fishing, no matter what time of year.
Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his loving wife, Dawn (Gurney) McAleer, who passed away on Aug. 15, 2014.
Rodney will be sadly missed by his sisters, Bobbi Sagendorf, of Amesbury, Mass.; and Randie Ennis, and her husband, Phillip, of Goldsboro, N.C.; his stepson, Justin Leibowitz, of Waterville; his stepdaughter, Lisa Coleman, of North Carolina; his grandchildren, Leticia Messier, of Vermont; Alecia Rexford, of New Hampshire; and Savannah Coleman, of New Hampshire; his great-grandson, Killian Ronin Messier; and his nephews, Andrew Cronin and his wife, Marianne, of Natick, Mass.; and Brian Cronin and family, of Andover, Mass.
The family would like to thank Rodney's friends and the staff at Oak Grove Center for their care and compassion.
Per his request, there will be no public services. Arrangements are by Lawry Brothers Funeral & Cremation Care, 107 Main St., Fairfield. An online guest book may be signed and memories shared at: www.lawrybrothers.com.









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Published in Central Maine on Jan. 10, 2018