Delmont Lymburner

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Waltham – Delmont A. Lymburner born April 4, 1948 passed away peacefully on November 25, 2018 at Maine Coast Hospital surrounded by family. He was the son of the late Allen and Abbie (Gray) Lymburner. He was a graduate of George Stevens Academy and worked many years as a milkman for Hancock County Creamery, eventually retiring from Garelick Farms. He served his community through volunteer work, including time with the Franklin Fire Department and the Boy Scouts.  He will be remembered for his generosity, big heart, and love for children and animals.  Most of all he loved time spent in nature and in later years dubbed himself “the Webb Pond Hermit”.

Dell is predeceased by his parents; his brother, Shad; and his beloved wife, Helen. He is survived by his brother, Sumner; his sister, Sherris; his daughters, JoDee and Kaycee; Kaycee’s husband, Tommy; stepchildren, Shawn, Kim, and Alan and many grandchildren, nieces, nephews and friends.  Dell was loved by many communities and enjoyed spending time with his Webb Pond friends, children, and some special caregivers, including Tina Higgins, Jeremiah Jordan, and Charlotte Jordan as well as their families.

Services will be held at Hillside Cemetery at 1pm on Friday, November 30, 2018 with a reception to follow at the Eastbrook Community Building.  In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Waltham-Eastbrook Youth Association, c/o Mary Jordan, 1525 Waltham Road, Waltham, ME 04605.

Service: Friday, November 30, 2018, 1:00 pm, Hillside Cemetery, Waltham.


One Response to Delmont Lymburner

  1. Linda Gray Martin says:

    Hi Sonny and Sherris: I’m so sorry that Dellie has passed. It has been what seems like forever since I’ve seen him but somehow growing up together in that West Sedgwick/North Brooksville environment keeps us all connected regardless of the years involved. Dellie was always fun to play baseball with, go sliding with and just hang out with when playing with the various cats, dogs and horses. May he enjoy this next step.

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