Burial will take place immediately following the service at Holt Family Cemetery in Rome.
Family and friends are invited to a reception following the burial at the Mount Philip Grange in Rome. and Jeanice (Smiley) Honas at Franklin Memorial Hospital in Farmington.
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 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.
His family wishes to express their thanks for all their support and for support from the fellowship of the East Wilton Union Church.
His survivors include his daughter, Mc Kinley of Portland, his parents Jimmy of Farmington and Jeanice and husband John of Augusta, brothers Ross of Martha’s Vineyard, Ryan and wife Jenny of Derby, CT, sisters, Rebekah Wilbur of New Vineyard, and Rachel Sprague and husband Mike of Sidney as well as his grandfather Henry Disotto of Jay.
at the East Wilton Union Church with a reception to follow at the church.He was also was very skilled with his crossbow and enjoyed teaching this art to his daughter, Mc Kinley.ã€€ã€€Rick made a number of amazing friends over the past 8 months from Maine to Boston and was grateful for all the support of his “angels”.Rick was happiest with his head under the hood of a car, renovating Classic Mustangs, and driving fast cars. His other favorite past time was being in the outdoors, hunting, fishing, or snowmobiling.When his mom would tell him to drive safe he would always reply “Oh yeah! One of his more proud moments was when he shot an 11 point buck.Later they owned and operated overnight camps in Topsham, Maine.