In memory of
Albert C. Arbour
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In memory of
Albert C. Arbour
Albert C. Arbour 1946 - 2018 WINDSOR - Our dad, Albert C. Arbour, 72, went to be with the Lord on Nov. 30, 2018, after long battles with health issues. He was born on June 29, 1946, in Brookton to the late Alfred Arbour and Iris (Fish) Arbour.Our dad enjoyed doing many things, he was a jack of all trades. He worked at the old Bates Mill, Lipmans, he managed properties, and was extremely talented in the mechanics and carpentry. He would always talk about his time working in the woodshop where he built furniture. Our dad's most enjoyable time was spending time with family.Before his health took its toll, he would go fishing, bowling, etc. He loved Thanksgiving spent with his loved ones. He was a very kind, compassionate man, rough on the edges but would do anything for anyone.He was an amazing dad, grampa, brother, partner and friend.He is survived by his children: Joanne Crocker of Fairfield, Jesse Arbour of Westbrook, Carl Jackson of Readfield, Karryann Jackson of Randolph, Danny jackson of Mercer, Jessica Arbour of Chelsea, Autumn Mercado-Gatlin of Chelsea, Travis Arbour of Windsor, Megan Pearl, who he considered a daughter, of Windsor; his siblings, Jackie Bowden of Mercer, Frankie (Cookie) Arbour of Whitefield; many grandchildren; nieces, nephews; and cousins. Dad will be sadly missed by so many. Fly high, Dad, until we see each other again. Always in our hearts and thoughts, we love you. A gathering of his life will take place at a later date with the scattering of his ashes
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In memory of
Albert C. Arbour
Albert C. Arbour 1946 - 2018 WINDSOR - Our dad, Albert C. Arbour, 72, went to be with the Lord on Nov. 30, 2018, after long battles with health issues. He was born on June 29, 1946, in Brookton to the late Alfred Arbour and Iris (Fish) Arbour.Our dad enjoyed doing many things, he was a jack of all trades. He worked at the old Bates Mill, Lipmans, he managed properties, and was extremely talented in the mechanics and carpentry. He would always talk about his time working in the woodshop where he built furniture. Our dad's most enjoyable time was spending time with family.Before his health took its toll, he would go fishing, bowling, etc. He loved Thanksgiving spent with his loved ones. He was a very kind, compassionate man, rough on the edges but would do anything for anyone.He was an amazing dad, grampa, brother, partner and friend.He is survived by his children: Joanne Crocker of Fairfield, Jesse Arbour of Westbrook, Carl Jackson of Readfield, Karryann Jackson of Randolph, Danny jackson of Mercer, Jessica Arbour of Chelsea, Autumn Mercado-Gatlin of Chelsea, Travis Arbour of Windsor, Megan Pearl, who he considered a daughter, of Windsor; his siblings, Jackie Bowden of Mercer, Frankie (Cookie) Arbour of Whitefield; many grandchildren; nieces, nephews; and cousins. Dad will be sadly missed by so many. Fly high, Dad, until we see each other again. Always in our hearts and thoughts, we love you. A gathering of his life will take place at a later date with the scattering of his ashes
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