Philip Tucker

Philip S. Tucker

Tuesday, September 15th, 1931 - Friday, February 8th, 2019
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Lewiston – Philip S. Tucker, 87, a resident of Turner, passed away Friday, February 8th at St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center in Lewiston. He was born September 15, 1931 in Sumner, the son of Philip A. Tucker and Clara Louise (Knight) Tucker. Philip was a graduate of Buckfield High School. He joined the U.S. Air Force and proudly served his country during the Korean War. On September 11, 1999 in Turner, he married Jean Delores Mason Tully. Phil worked as a truck driver throughout the years having driven for Greenwood Orchards, DeCoster’s, Shaw’s and the Town of Buckfield. Philip was a member of the Evening Star Masonic Lodge #0417 in Buckfield and Sampson Air Force Base Veterans Association. He was a train enthusiast, having visited many train yards throughout the United States, he enjoyed traveling, crossword puzzles, jig saw puzzles and was an avid Red Sox fan. He is survived by his wife Jean Tucker of Turner, his son Mike Tucker of Buckfield, daughters, Cindy Stevens and husband Dana of Sumner and Jennifer Tucker and significant other, Brian of Sabattus, stepson, Kenneth Morris and wife Pam of Turner, stepdaughters, Patricia Bolduc and husband Rene of Greene, and Lorraine Camire and husband Daniel of Turner, grandchildren, Joshua Stevens and wife Amanda of Bradenton, FL., Joanna Champagne and husband Rob, Kristina Bernard and husband Tim, Laura Spencer and husband Tim and 6 great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his daughter-in-law, Marianne Tucker in 2017 and stepson Michael Morris in 2006.
Philip S. Tucker, 87, of Turner, Maine. At Philip’s request there will be no visitation or funeral services. Arrangements by FINLEY FUNERAL HOME, 15 Church Street, Livermore Falls, Maine. Messages of condolence may be sent to:
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Pieter van Voorst

Posted at 08:23am
I worked with Phil for many years at Clifford W. Perham Inc. (Shaw's) Phil was a good hard working driver and had a great safety record. He was a nice man with a good sense of humor. I always enjoyed working with him. It was sad to hear of his passing. My sincerest condolences.

Eric Lofgren

Posted at 05:04pm
I was saddened to hear of Phil's passing. I've been a supervisor at Shaw's Warehouse since 1984 and would often see Phil when he was picking up the paperwork for his Frozen or Dry Grocery load. He always had a joke or something funny to say with distinctive deep voice and real Maine accent of his. He was always pleasant- one of the real good guys. My sympathies to his family- we miss him at Shaw's.

Denis Litalien, Biddefrod, Maine

Posted at 01:30pm
While I didn't get to meet anyone in the family, I do have some great memories of Phil as a truck driver, both at Shaw's and at Decoster Egg Farms. Everyone remembers his booming voice and I smile as I can hear him over the CB radio, teasing us all, as we tried to keep up with him on the road. He became a good friend at work as he was one of the best drivers I know, being a real professional, and I have been missing him for a while now. My condolences to all of his family.

Nancy Hutchinson Caton

Posted at 10:07pm
Uncle Phil, You were such a large part of my life as a kid. Loved your laugh and booming voice!! Mike, Cindy and Jennifer...God bless you and know he and Aunt Janet raised three great kids and the best cousins ever. Love to you and yours. Nancy Ilean

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