Laurence Ambrose Damon, Jr., passed away at his home on March 18, 2023. Larry was born on June 11, 1962 to parents Laurence Ambrose Damon, Sr. and Merna Lyons Damon.
Larry began his life as a farm boy at Brisk Wind Farm on Damon Ridge enjoying all the joys of farm life and riding his pony, Prince. Larry was always tinkering with motors and rigs and building contraptions launching his ability to work with his hands and being mechanically-inclined.
He attended Charlotte Elementary School and then Calais High School graduating with his Class of 1980. He then attended Washington County Vocational Technical Institute earning degrees in Auto Mechanics and Plumbing being a Master in both fields. His knowledge and know-how will be missed by many, especially his family.
Larry held various jobs over the years from farm work to caretaking on Meddybemps Lake, delivering milk for Grant’s Dairy and doing shift work at the GP OSB Mill. Most recently he could be found using his vast skills to solve plumbing and heating issues for JL Huntley and Androc.
In his spare time Larry could be found tinkering around, playing with his beloved dogs and helping to store boats and cars.
His children and his grandson were the loves of his life, his daughter Katelyn Nichole Damon (Jeremy Alley) of Islesford, Little Cranberry Island, his son Wyatt Laurence Damon (Emily Gordius) of Mariaville, and 10-year-old grandson Elliott Damon Hadlock of Islesford, Little Cranberry Island.
His loving father Laurence A. Damon, Sr. predeceased him in 2009. The other loves of his life were his mother Merna Lyons Damon of Charlotte, his sisty Wanda Damon Barlow (Jeffrey Barlow) of Baileyville, his niece Justine Louise Barlow (Storm McDonald) of Tampa, Florida, his nephew Wesley Damon Barlow (Brittany and Cordelia Thomas) of Meddybemps. Larry had many aunts, uncles, and cousins. All his grandparents predeceased him.
He also leaves behind his best buddies Kia and Ginger who were always by his side and loved him dearly.
Larry’s family will miss him so much and the farm will never be the same.