Frederick J Newman
The Greatest man I ever knew died
Frederick J Newman passed away peacefully on September 22, 2022.
He was born August 29, 1948, in Eastport
He is deceased by
Father, Frederick F Newman of Eastport
Mother, Lucy Conley of Deer Island NB Canada
Son, Garold R Bulmer of Machias
Son, Baby Boy (Frederick) of Calais
Daughter, Carolann McGouldrick of Baring Son in-law Chad McGouldrick
Daughter, Jill May Snelling of Oregon Son in-law David Snelling
Son, Fredrick J Newman Jr of British Columbia.
Grand-children, Joel McGouldrick, Samantha McGouldrick, Hannah Newman,
Great Grandchildren, CC, Coco, Jackson
Stepdaughter, Nicole Guritz, and husband Brian Guritz of Michigan
Stepson, Dale Hawthorne of Michigan,
Grandchildren, Micah, Faith, Elijah,
Brother, Russell Newman wife Linda of Grand-Bay Westfield, NB Canada
Nephew Adam Newman
Brother, Danny Newman wife Joanie of Eastport,
Nieces, Sharon and Janet
Better Half to my father, Karen Cooke
My Dad was loving and caring and kindhearted, who loved to spend time with friends and family. He loved to talk and get to know people, share stories. He was quick to lend a hand and help in anyway possible. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and he especially enjoyed driving around and exploring. He loved life and he enjoyed, every day he had
We will be having a potluck gathering with donations of food & refreshments would be greatly appreciated in memory of Fred. Location of celebration of life: Cornerstone Baptist Church 112 County Rd Eastport, ME, on October 2nd, 2022, at 3:00 pm. Volunteers with set-up would be greatly appreciated beginning at 2pm,
Please contact daughter: Carolann at (207) 214-6750
Fawn memory by: Dave Claroni
My memories of Fred start at Baring Baptist Church. Some of the guys from church started getting together for coffee and Fred joined us at first, he didn’t talk much but as the group started meeting more regularly, we couldn’t get them to ever shut up. Along with Ken Colson and Ed Coffin we were pretty inseparable. We would tease Fred about what girlfriend would be his next wife.
Fred was always there to lend a hand and do what he could to make others' lives easier. He would always go with me to every cancer appointment I had in Bangor or any other doctor appointment up that way. Fred will truly be missed I’ll never forget his stories or his laughter or that goofy grin that he would give you he was a good friend a great man who certainly loved his family. I know I’ll see him in heaven again someday.