Rodney Malcome "Dog" Hathorne Jr.

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Rodney Malcome "Dog" Hathorne Jr.
1944 - 2018
LITCHFIELD - Rodney Hathorne Jr. passed in his home, on his terms, with respect and the love of his family.
He made his living as a wood chopper, supporting his family proudly.
His favorite things came straight from Mother Nature: hunting, fishing, and the fresh smell of a wood yard. He was a frequent customer at Dunkin Donuts, where he was Michael's riding buddy. His love for deer meat went both ways in and out of season with no waste. His hunting friends called him ("Dog" because he could track anything.
He loved guns, especially his 22 mag; he called it "mice to moose gun!" He raised hunting dogs and pulled oxen at the fairs, which made him very happy and proud.
He also raised his family, knowing his love and what family was.
He was predeceased by his mother, Madeline Turner York; his father, Rodney Hathorne Sr.; and his wife in life, Georgiana Hathorne.
He is survived by his brothers, Bart Hathorne, Stephen Hathorne, Nate Hathorne and their families; his sisters, Diane Marshall, Miriam Thibaudeau, Theresa Hicks and their families; his sons, Malcome Wayne Hathorne and Wayne's boys, Adam Hathorne and Trevor Hathorne; and his youngest son Michael Hathorne; with my sisters, Debbie Wing and Joe Wing, her boys families Joey Wing and Michael Wing; Linda Soucier and Glen Varney and their family; and so many others he had met and impacted throughout his life.

Rest in peace, Dad. We got this from here… Love You.



Published in Central Maine on Feb. 5, 2018