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Clifton F. Brown
November 1, 1962 ~ November 15, 2023 (age 61) 61 Years Old
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Cliff was a hard-working man who was always willing to lend a hand and help others. He prided himself in every job he ever did. He loved the woods, building roads, hauling wood, and making sure roads were safe to travel. His dedication and expertise in his work were highly respected. One of his favorite and first jobs was at the Baldwin Boat Company in Orrington, Maine. He served on the Jackman-Moose River Fire Department for many years, until 2015.
Cliff had many hobbies and projects. He was a perfectionist when it came to woodworking. He was a teacher to his children, from hunting and fishing, cleaning carburetors on snowmobiles, changing tires and teaching them how to ride snowmobiles and dirt bikes and prepare his favorite meals. He was looking forward to rebuilding the old firebird and pickup with RJ, his grandson. In his younger years he, he would snowmobile with sister Lori, he would drive fast over the bump going onto the lake, she would go flying and he would laugh…. boys will be boys! He was always outside with all the neighborhood kids. He also enjoyed racing at Speedway 95, skiing at Sugarloaf with friends and of course racing snowmobiles.
He is survived by his daughters Bailey Elizabeth, her husband Chandler and their son Richard James III, Mary-Lee, sister, Lori Trevains, brother James Brown a very special aunt, Linda Griffin and many close family and friends. He had a close relationship with his ex-wife and special friend, Christy Brown.
He is predeceased by his mother, Deanna Lee Dingwell, stepfather, Stanley Dingwell, a very special uncle, Reggie Griffin.
A celebration of Cliff’s life will be held on Saturday, December 2, 2023, from 11am to 4pm at the American Legion on Main Street in Jackman. Please bring stories, pictures, and your favorite beverage, as we all know he liked a good get together with lots of laughter. We all wish we had him around longer, but Cliff lived his life, his way.
Thank you to the local EMTs/Paramedics/and friends willing to save him. Your compassion does not go un-noticed.
In lieu of flowers, please feel free to donate to Richard James (RJ) Bridges, III, Skowhegan Savings Bank, Jackman, ME, or Jackman-Moose River Fire Department in his name.