John W. Stubbs
Sunday, 01 September 1946 - Monday, 23 July 2018
John W. Stubbs
Funeral Date:
John W. Stubbs, 71, died July 23, 2018 at Lewiston following a brief illness.  He was born in Caribou September 1, 1946, the son of the late Robert and Margaret (Giberson) Stubbs.  John was a graduate of Caribou High School and married Peggy Loggans.  He was employed as a technician and service manager for Chadwick-BaRoss in Caribou for many years.  John loved auto racing, Nascar and spending time with friends and family four wheeling.  He was always concerned about others and their well-being more than his own.  Surviving in addition to his wife Peggy of Caribou, are his son and daughter-in-law John and Lisa Stubbs of Caribou, two sisters Bonnie and Patricia of New Hampshire, his two beloved grandsons, John and Josh, a special brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Donald and Barbara Loggans, several nieces and nephews.  A private family service will be held at a later date.  


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  • Debbie Levesque
  • Wednesday, 25 July 2018
Peggy I am so sorry to hear about John. You were both great neighbors and I hope your and John have enjoyed my old house on Pond Street. Again my condolences to you and the family.
  • Dana L. Thompson
  • Friday, 27 July 2018
I remember John from the days of Caribou High School when he graduated with my brother Olin. My fondest memories of John were of visiting with him at McDonald's during breakfast in our later years. I can personally attest to the fact that he was a caring, generous man because on many occasions I saw as he quietly and discretely would buy a breakfast sandwich and give to someone in need on his way out to work. That example of compassion in action is rare today and should not go unrecognized. My deepest sympathies to your family, John was a kind man who will be missed by many.
  • Saturday, 28 July 2018
I will always miss you uncle john you were always good to me rest in peace my upmost sympathy goes 2 you Aunt Peggy
  • nedra rebscher
  • Tuesday, 31 July 2018
So sorry for your loss he was a good manalways respecting people. He will be missed by many.
  • David Belyea
  • Thursday, 02 August 2018
Our deepest sympathy to John's family. He will be remembered a kind, generous, and friendly man who always would lend a hand to a friend in need. He will be especially missed by Richard (Dick) Belyea who spent many hours with him at Chadwick's.
We will remember him Sat. Aug. 4th when the class of '64 classmates get together for an outing.
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