Roxie May Clement

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  • "To my Son, Randy and family, friends and neighbors, ..."
    - Nancy Clement
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    - Nancy Rines
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    - Kathy Humes

FAIRFIELD - Roxie May Clement, 60, passed away at her family residence in Fairfield on Friday, Nov. 23, 2018, with her husband, Randy D. Clement and her son, Jesse T. Clement by her side.Roxie was born on Dec. 12, 1957, at the Sisters Hospital in Waterville, the daughter of Fred H. and Mary Grard of Fairfield. Roxie graduated from Lawrence High School in June of 1976. She also attended the University of Maine Augusta from 1992-1994.Over the years she was involved in many community groups and organizations. Family and community were extremely important to Roxie. She was an employee of Irving Oil Corp for over 20 years. Her spirituality was a cornerstone of who she was and how Fred and Mary raised her. She was a lifetime member of Corpus Christi Parish in Waterville. In recent times she enjoyed her time at camp in New Portland with her husband and son, Jesse. It truly was her happy place. The beautiful wildlife and serenity she found at camp brought her comfort. She loved her home improvement shows. She especially loved to help her niece, Sherry Wilson of Benton during maple Sunday. She loved being surrounded by family. She was loving, kind and gentle, but do not mess with her babies because her mom claws would come out.Roxie was predeceased by her parents, Fred and Mary Grard; her sister, Carol Bradstreet; her brother, John Grard; and her nephew, Fredrick Giroux.Roxie is survived by her husband, Randy D. Clement of Fairfield; her son, Joel T. and Amber Moran of Pittston; her daughter, Kelli and Chris Ramsook of Iwakuni Japan; her daughter, Ashley M. Clement of Madison; and her son, Jesse T. Clement of Fairfield; her granddaughter, Karah M Ramsook of Iwakuni Japan; her grandson, Zayden D. Corson of Madison; her sister, Doris and Henry Giroux of Vassalboro; her niece, Sherry and Paul Wilson and her children; her niece, Mary Bradstreet and her children of Benton; her niece, Michele Giroux and son of Shawmut; her nephew, Ryan Bradstreet and Sonya Hunt, companion and family of Thorndike, Debbie Bradstreet and family of Pittsfield, Tanya and Mark Stevens and family of Oakland; childhood friend, Kathy Brown Chase and family; and dear friend, Marie Duryea of Waterville and family.Special thanks to Fairfield rescue personal, Holly McCann of Winslow and Temple Academy in Waterville.A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Notre Dame Catholic Church in Waterville at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 1. Memorial and graveside services will be held at a later date.An online guestbook may be signed, and memories shared at www.familyfirstfh.com.Arrangements are by Lawry Brothers Funeral & Cremation Care, 107 Main St., Fairfield.In lieu of flowers we ask to send any donations toTemple Academy60 West River RoadWaterville, ME 04901

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Published in Central Maine on Nov. 28, 2018