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Kateleen is survived by her 8 month old daughter Kiarra, her parents Steven and Valerie Roberts, her older brother Jason Roberts, sisters Kirstin Osborne, and Katrina Cayer, and younger brother Simeon Roberts, nephew Isac and niece Ella.The family wishes to thank everyone for their thoughts and prayers but there is no service planned at this time. Dixie enjoyed hunting, fishing, cooking, crossword puzzles, and going for rides around the countryside.Burial will take place immediately following the service at Holt Family Cemetery in Rome.

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They lived in New Vineyard village until together in 1933 they purchased a farm and raised beef cattle on a nice 300 acre farm in New Vineyard Basin, while also working fulltime in F. From 1945 to 1950 they owned and operated Redington Pond Camps.

In 1949 a home was purchased in Farmington, Maine where they resided for many years.

His employment included Gray Ford, Hight Chevrolet, and Franklin Dodge Chrysler.

Rick also was the owner of Rick’s Auto Repair in Farmington for many years.

Kateleen Joan Roberts, 21, of Industry, passed away on the 3rd of July 2010.

Kateleen was born on the 9th of May 1989 at Franklin Memorial Hospital to Steven and Valerie Roberts of Industry. Blue High School in 2007 as a Certified Nursing Assistant and has been working at Orchard Park Rehab and Living Center ever since.

She was born in Rome, Maine July 20, 1940 the daughter of Lloyd C. As a young lady she worked at the canning factory in New Sharon, and then worked at various shoe factories around the area retiring from M. She was predeceased by her husband Leslie in 2007, and two sisters Cleo and Myrtle.

NOTICE: Nightingale, Dixie 8/2/2010 A Memorial service will be held on Monday, September 6, 2010 at PM at Adams~Mc Farlane Funeral & Cremation Services, 108 Court St., Farmington with Steve Bracy officiating.

Arrangements under the direction of Adams~Mc Farlane Funeral & Cremation Services, 108 Court St.. Dixie and her husband Leslie lived at their home on the Industry Road for over 40 years until Leslie's death and Dixie's illness at which time she moved to Edgewood. Dixie is survived by her daughter Lynn Nightingale of Rome, ME; two sons Randy Nightingale and his wife Annie of New Sharon, and Gary Nightingale and his companion Debbie Walsh of New Sharon; a granddaughter Emily Nightingale of Rome; a step-grandson Collins Kennedy Jr.

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