Agnes Redman

Obituary of Agnes Teresa Redman

Agnes T. Redman, 93, wife of the late John F. Redman, died Jan. 2, 2021 in Bangor after a period of declining health. She was born Nov. 20, 1927 in Brewer, the daughter of William J. and Teresa M. (Connolly) LeClair.

Agnes was a graduate of John Bapst High School and worked for St. Joseph Hospital for many years. She also worked privately as a housekeeper for local priests. Agnes was a longtime communicant of St. Paul the Apostle Parish, St. Teresa’s Catholic Church, Brewer and was a member of the Ave Maria Circle, Daughters of Isabella. She was a devoted and dedicated wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother.

Surviving are three children, Mary Ellen Russell and her husband, Jim of Bangor, John W. Redman and his wife, Vanessa of Stillwater and Brenda T. Boltz and her companion, Gary Gagne of West Brookfield MA; seven grandchildren, Jamie and his wife, Ashley and their children, Maya, Tatum and Cohen Russell of Frisco, TX, Libby Russell of Quincy, MA, Andrea Redman of Stillwater, Deidre Redman of Glenburn, Lauren Boltz of Burlington, MA, Benjamin Boltz of Redondo Beach, CA  and Emily Boltz of Brewer; and son-in-law, David King of Veazie. She was predeceased by her husband, John F. Redman, a daughter, Katherine A. King, a sister, Mary Helen Goodrich and son-in-law, Kenton Boltz.

The family wishes to extend its gratitude to the staff at Stillwater Health for the outstanding care and compassion they provided to Agnes.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at a later date. Memorial contributions can be made to Stillwater Health Care, Activities Fund, 335 Stillwater Avenue, Bangor. Arrangements trusted to Kiley & Foley Funeral Service, Bangor and Brewer. Messages and memories may be shared with her family at kileyandfoley.com.

 

 

 

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A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated later in the year and burial at Mt. Pleasant Catholic Cemetery will be immediately afterward.
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