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Cain Cottle

Posted on Friday, 27th June 2014 | Livermore Falls, Monmouth

Jay – Cain E. Cottle, 39, a resident of Jay, died unexpectedly, Wednesday, June 25th at his residence. He was born November 22, 1974 in Farmington, the son of Richard Cottle and Eva (Plourde) Cottle. Cain was a 1993 graduate of Jay High School and continued his education at Central Maine Vocational Technical Institute in Auburn. Cain was employed at Formed Fiber Technologies in Auburn. He was a member of Hillside Sports Club in Jay; and enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping and skiing. Cain was very close to his family and friends, he was especially fond of his niece Amelia, and he was considered the best uncle anyone could ever have. He will be deeply missed by his family and all those that knew and loved him. He is survived by his parents, Richard and Eva Cottle, his sister, Cari Mitchell and her husband Mark, all of Jay; aunts and uncles, Kim Cook and her husband David of Jay; William Plourde and his wife Leonie of Las Vegas; Patrick Plourde and his wife Kathy of Virginia; Theresa Plourde of Las Vegas; and Joe Plourde and his wife Melody of Jay; Ruth Putney of Portland; Michael Cottle of Auburn; his very special niece, Amelia; and many cousins. He was predeceased by his grandparents, Carolyn and Lucien Plourde and Patricia Cottle, his uncle, Tom Plourde and his cousin, Matthew Roy. Messages of condolence may be sent to: http://www.finleyfuneralhome.com/ Cottle – Cain E., 39, a resident of Jay, Maine, died, Wednesday, June 25, 2014 in Jay, Maine. Funeral services will be held 1:00PM on Thursday, July 3rd at FINLEY FUNERAL HOME, 15 Church Street, Livermore Falls, Maine. Visitation will be held from 4-7 PM on Wednesday, July 2nd at the funeral home. Interment Jay Hill Cemetery, Main Street, Jay. Maine. If desired contributions may be made to: Amelia Mitchell Education Fund, please make checks payable to her Grandfather Richard Cottle, 11 Free Street, Jay, Maine 04239

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