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1976 Christopher 2020

Christopher Joseph Francis

November 18, 1976 — November 16, 2020

Pleasant Point - Christopher Joseph “Doobie” Francis, 43, walked on to his journey on
November 16, 2020.

Chris was born the youngest child to Gene Wayne Francis, Sr. and Bernadette (Lola) Francis on
November 18, 1976 in Calais Maine. Chris graduated from Lee Academy in 1996, He attended Bangor University Liberal Arts Program, WCCC for welding and Trucking school for his CDL and heavy equipment.

Chris loved 4 wheeling, fishing, hunting with his dad and his brothers along with his uncle Roy "Jap", he called him, and was a master at archery. Chris was most at peace spending time with family at camp Telesis. In his younger years he loved camping out with his dad and "roughing it" before his parents built a camp. Chris enjoyed building remote cars and boats. But Chris' most cherished moments were spent with his daughter Bella whom he loved so dearly. They're favorite times involved long nature rides picking berries and looking for moose and cuddling while watching cartoons on early mornings. They had special moments together walking along the beach while Bella picked rocks so she could paint them with memory signs and sayings. Chris had a special and charismatic way with people and made friends very easily. He had a witty sense of humor and was a gifted story teller. His parents were blessed to have a kind, generous and sincere son. He will be forever remembered by his parents and all who loved him.

Chris is survived by his parents, his loving daughter Isabella Sky Francis, and her mother Kanni Barnes of New York. Daughter Destiny "Boots" Hall of New Hampshire. Brothers Gene Wayne Francis, Jr. and his wife Lee of Indian Island, Shawn Socoby and his wife Patty of Milford, Phillip "Bean" Bassett and his wife Desiree of Pleasant Point, Fred Francis, III of Bangor and Max Stanley of Connecticut. Grandfather John Stevens and his wife Carol of Indian Township.
Auntie Genevieve Neptune and husband Roy (who he called the Jap) of Pleasant Point, Auntie and special godmother Betty Lewey and husband Sabattus “Sappy” of Pleasant Point, Aunt Eleanor Bear of Indian Township, Aunt Adrien Stevens and husband of Lubec, and Aunt Adele Moore and husband Gerry of Pleasant Point, Uncle Tony and wife Shirley LaCoute of Perry, Uncle Roger “RJ” Sockabasin of Indian Township, Uncle Justin Lola of Indian Township, Uncle Martin Dore and companion Vera of Pleasant Point and Uncle Bear "Huggie" Neptune and his wife Pam of Pleasant Point, Godchildren and nephew Thomas Libby of Pleasant Point, and Mercedes McCoy of Calais. Nephew RJ of Indian Township and Nephews Ben and Hayna, Nieces Kirsten of Indian Island and Emma Jean of Greenbush. Special cousin Ricky “Rad” Dana of Pleasant Point and many cousins to numerous to name. Special friends Joby, Eric, Weeze, Terran, Kinap Bassett and Glenn Paul. His girlfriend Tashina Soctomah of Pleasant Point and best friend Ambrose.

Chris was predeceased by his beloved daughter Abigail Dawn Francis, grandparents Peter Dana, Alice Francis and Helen Zelenski. His sister Mary "Molly" Rose Socoby. Auntie Virginia Aymond and Uncle Thomas Lola. Special Friends Ryan "Bugaroo" Newell, Jr. and James “Jimmy” Barnes. Godfather Fred Francis, Jr.

(Love is stronger than death, even though it can't stop death from happening,
but no matter how hard death tries, it can't separate anybody from love.) Author Unknown

Do not think of me as gone, I am with you still in each new dawn. Author Unknown

There will be no services until 2021 due to the COVID-19. Arrangements by Mays Funeral Home, Calais & Eastport.

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