Obituary of Dominic Raymond Soucie
Bangor--Dominic Raymond Soucie, 41, died unexpectedly on December 20, 2020, from heart failure. He was born July 15, 1979, in Bellingham, WA to parents C. Allan Soucie and Priscilla Raymond Soucie.
Dom attended Bangor Schools and then worked at Phoenix Industries. Once he got the hang of things, he was a great worker. He later transitioned into a more social environment at the Living Innovations day program thanks to the hard work of Linda D. Here he found new friends and will be missed by Linda, Bev, Madeline, Danny P., Trisha and many more. Dom was treated with respect and love at these adult activities.
Dom enjoyed ketchup, swinging, parades, music, toy cars by the bucket, picture books of cars and trucks, more ketchup, chicken fingers, sorting things, UFC DVDs, tuxedo t-shirts, fans, fireworks, even more ketchup, and going for walks. He loved UMaine hockey and the UMaine pep band. He was a great spectator, especially when watching his brother and sister. Dom touched the hearts of many with his smile, love and even his grumpiness. He will be greatly missed by all. Through his gift of organ and tissue donation, his loving spirit will be carried through those lucky recipients.
He was predeceased by his maternal grandparents Willie & Nora Raymond, paternal grandparents Carroll and Frannie Soucie; uncles Dana Soucie and Joseph Raymond. Dom is survived by his parents; siblings Matt Soucie of Brewer, Adrienne and Dicky Eagan of Santa Monica, CA; much loved nephew Henley Soucie of Brewer; aunts and uncles Linda and John Hodgins of Brewer, JoAnn and Don Dyer of NH, Gloria Raymond and John Ehrlich of MA, Sally Lewis of Charleston, SC, and Maria Raymond of NJ; cousins Tim, Brock, Chris, Andy, Courtney, Meghan.
No service is planned at this time due to the Covid outbreak. A memorial celebration of Dom’s life will be held (if possible) around July 4, which was his all-time favorite day of the year, as it was filled with a parade, time at camp, and fireworks.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Camp CaPella, PO Box 552, Holden, ME 04429.
Arrangements by Kiley & Foley Funeral Service, 299 Union, St., Bangor. Messages and memories may be shared with the family at kileyandfoley.comTo send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Dominic Soucie, please visit Tribute Store
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