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Steven Kempton

Steven Kempton

Friday, July 3rd, 2020
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Steven Jeffrey Kempton, 68, of Canton passed away unexpectedly in Rumford July 3, 2020. Steven was born November 9, 1951 at the old Franklin Memorial Hospital in Farmington, the son of Eleanor Kempton White. He was raised by his grandparents Rial Bubier and Sarah Kempton Bubier. Steven grew up in the Phillips area and attended Mt. Abram High School. He was married to Deborah Paul Kempton and had a son, Seth Jared Kempton, born in 1974. As a young man Steven attended trade school for auto mechanics. He worked in the forestry industry and several of the local mills and
factories before finding his niche as a mason. He had many interests including cribbage, Sudoku, working on cars and riding motorcycles and ATVs. He was an avid outdoorsman and spent many hours hunting and fishing in the woods of Maine. He loved to tell stories about his many adventures and was quick to laugh. He loved animals, especially his dog Teddy.
Steven is survived by his son Seth J. Kempton, his ex-wife Deborah Kempton, both of Farmington. His siblings Richard (Brenda) Kempton of Plymouth, Gerald (Sherry) Kempton of New Sharon, Edward (Dorrie) White of Phillips, Lucy Webber of Rumford, and Julie (Reggie) Heath of New Vineyard. He is also survived by many nieces, nephews, beloved step children and extended family. He is predeceased by his sister Elaine Kempton of Phillips and brother Alan Kempton of Strong. He is also predeceased by his longtime companion Juanita Blaisdell of Rumford.
A memorial service may be announced at a later date. Cremation care provided by Wiles Remembrance Center: Adams-McFarlane Chapel 137 Farmington Falls rd. Farmington. A kind word may be left in his book of memories at www.wilesrc.com
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Brenda Brown

Posted at 12:28pm
I miss u so much it been a week and it feel like yesterday not zeen u every day and making u dinner I feel lost but j R I P LOVE U AND MISS U
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Stella Blanchard

Posted at 06:34pm
I’ve none Steve for a very long time. He would come into where I worked after a very long hard days work and get some supper. He was always smiling and very generous. I didn’t care who you were what do you needed he was willing to help you out. That there is a one of a kind now a days. You sure will be sadly missed by all. Love you always. ❤️❤️ Fly high do a lot of hunting and fishing up there. See you again someday.
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Tracy

Posted at 05:14pm
Steve
Where do we start when it comes to saying bye I don’t like goodbyes just see you again ty for the life lessons the fly fishing pole and teaching me about fly fishing our last visit even though short was still a very good one rest easy now love Tracy

P.s please people this is not the place to put others down it’s all about remembering a man we all knew and loved thanks
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Michelle Stevens

Posted at 12:58pm
One of a kind!💞
So very glad for moments spent with you!
Movies will never be the same!😓
Fly High!😘
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BRENDA

Posted at 01:57pm
STEVE R.I.P. THANK U FOR ALL THE GOOD TIMES. AND I AM GLAD I WAS THERE WENT U NEED SOME ONE TO TAKE OF U WHEN THERE WAS KNOW ONE ELSE AND MY MY FAMILY MADE SURE U HAD GOOD HOLIDAY AND I ALWAYS MADE YOUR BIRTHDAY GOOD ALSO. TAKE CARE AND I WILL LOVE U ALWAYS YOUR SON WAS SUPPOSE TO CALL ME BUT U KNOW WHAT HE LIKE. BUT GOOD BY TAKE CARE LOVE U BRENDA
 

Donna Merchant Posted at 06:36am

You will be missed my friend.. R.I.P Steve
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