June A. (Chamberlain) Fowler

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TROY - June A. (Chamberlain) Fowler, 93, passed away peacefully Feb. 5, 2019. She was born April 18, 1925, in Benton, the daughter of Almon and Lelia (Clifford) Chamberlain.

June was actively involved in the Legion, the Ladies Auxiliary, and the Senior Citizens Club of Troy. The community could always count on June for her famous chocolate donuts or potato salad for May breakfast or town meetings. She worked at the Unity Hatchery and Troy school. Together with her husband, Maynard, they operated a farm in Troy for many years.

She enjoyed gardening, canning, fishing, cooking for her family, the Windsor Fair and betting on horses, she also enjoyed teaching her grandchildren how to play rummy and dice. She really enjoyed cooking Sunday dinners, and time with her family meant the world to June. She was very active and involved in her grandchildren's lives. She was known widely by the community as "Grammy June", or "June Bug."

In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her husband of over 40 years, Maynard; brothers Ernest, and Almon Jr., sisters Lucille, Edith, Helen, Thelma, and Pauline.

June is survived by her sons, Larry of Troy, and Ronnie and his wife Barbara of Dedham, two sisters, Gladys Benner of Fairfield, and Christine Ravin of California; seven grandchildren, LeRoy and Erik of Troy, Charelle of Palermo, Bridgett of Hampden, Kimberly and Kristi of Dedham, and Kelly of Bangor; 15 great-grandchildren; sisters-in-law, Ethel and Marilyn Chamberlain; as well as several nieces and nephews.

The family greatly appreciates the amazing care that June's son, Larry, provided for her. He put his life on hold by allowing her to stay at home as long as she could.

In keeping with June's wishes, a simple graveside service will be held at Maple Grove Cemetery in Albion in the spring.Condolences to the family may be expressed at BrookingsSmith.com

Those wishing to remember June in a special way may make gifts in her name to:

Ladies Auxiliary

c/o Jan Cropley

515 Bangor Rd.

Troy ME,

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Published in Central Maine on Feb. 8, 2019
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