Floyd Pease

Floyd O. Pease

Monday, June 3rd, 1929 - Thursday, August 13th, 2020
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HOPE - Floyd Osmond Pease, 91, of Lincolnville, died on Thursday, August 13, 2020 at his son’s home in Hope. Born in Appleton, on June 3, 1929, he was the son of Albert and Mildred (Edgecomb) Pease. During the Korean Conflict, he served in the U.S. Army. On September 30, 1055, he married Lena E. Roy in Appleton.

Floyd and Lena lived in Camden when they were first married, moved to North Appleton for several years, then spent 49 years living in Lincolnville. Floyd worked for 26 years for the U.S. Postal Service delivering mail six days a week to Islesboro and on Route 1 from Camden to Lincolnville Beach. He loved meeting people and developed many friendships along the way. During his retirement years, he enjoyed growing vegetables and had a small garden stand selling his home grown items.

He was a member of the American Legion Post #30 in Camden and belonged to the VFW in Zephyr Hills, Florida, where he and Lena enjoyed spending the winter months.

Lena and Floyd loved to dance and enjoyed going to dances both in Maine and in Florida.

Surviving is his wife of 65 years, Lena Pease, of Lincolnville; son, Stephen Pease and his wife, Deborah of Hope; two grandchildren, Angela William and Michelle Pease, five great-grandchildren, four great-great-grandchildren; one brother, Ralph Pease of North Appleton; one brother-in-law, Richard Roy of Burketville; three sisters-in-law, Dorothy (Earle) Weaver of Camden, Kathy (Bill) Packard of Union, and Brenda Rogers of AZ.

A graveside service will be held at 2pm, Tuesday, August 18, 2020 at Pine Grove Cemetery in Appleton.
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    Pine Grove Cemetery
    Sennebec Road
    Appleton, ME 04862
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    A graveside service will be held Tuesday, August 18, 2020 at 2 O'Clock in the afternoon at Pine Grove Cemetery, Appleton, Maine


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Posted at 03:29pm
Floyd was our mailman on the island for years.He always had a smile,a funny story and always went above and beyond the job description.I always told him that he had enough material to write a best-seller as he had that great Maine sense of humor.The world would be a better place with more people like him! I'm just one of his many island fans who will miss him,Marybeth


Posted at 09:16am
My heartfelt condolences for your loss. Please find comfort in the knowledge that God promises to end all suffering. Before long, God will wipe out every tear from our eyes, and “death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”(Rev. 21:3,4). May this promise from God give you comfort now and a real hope for the future. My deepest sympathy.

Kathy Eaton

Posted at 01:02pm
Lena So sorry to hear of Floyd’s passing. He always was a pleasant face to see when I picked you up for Mahjong. I tried to see you before I left Florida but found out you were in hospital alongside Floyd and I could not visit because of Covid. My deepest condolences to you and family.

Will Brown

Posted at 11:14pm
Floyd was a great neighbor and with his wave and a laugh friends would stop and visit him as have worked in his garden.
He loved to mow his lawn and could often seen doing the same for neighbors, just because he liked to.

He kept dog treats in his garage and my pup Larry would NEVER walk by Floyd’s and Lena’s without dragging me towards
their garage; whether they were home or not, summer or winter, because he knew Floyd would have something for him.

Mostly I have missed hearing his laugh these past couple of summers, but in a way, I shall always hear him.
His laugh always signaled that things were OK in the neighborhood. He was a good man and I miss him.

Norman Woodcock Posted at 10:41am

Floyd was a good neighbor and a dear friend. I shall miss that laugh that was so intriguing. RIP Floyd you will be missed.

Cindi Ginn

Posted at 09:55pm
Floyd was a lot of fun. He always gave me a hug when he saw me. Spent some time at the horse races with Floyd in the summer. I'll miss his smiling face. Cindi Ginn

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