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John Ray Weymouth
October 21, 1969 ~ February 1, 2024 (age 54) 54 Years Old
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John Ray Weymouth, 54, of Maple Street passed away peacefully, February 1, 2024 at Wentworth-Douglas Hospital after a brief period of failing health.
He was born in October 21, 1969 in Sanford, the son of Leslie and Sandra (Bentley) Weymouth. John graduated Noble High School in 1987 where he participated in football. In his free time, he loved mudding on Ridlon Road.
In 1992 John was in a life altering motor vehicle accident which changed his future but not his attitude and outlook on life. He never complained or lost his sense of humor at the hand he was dealt. He remained his own happy self, giving orders whenever it felt necessary. John loved when Sam and Grace, his niece and nephew slept over at Uncle’s house; giving them rides on his feet in the wheelchair, watching movies, introducing Sam to the wonders of “Star Wars” and treating Grace to whatever teddy bear she wanted. He attended their Track and Cross-Country meets, Eagle Scouts ceremonies and Tae Kwon Do events. John enjoyed planning and preparing the meals for himself and his dad, beginning at the grocery store, he did all the cooking. He owned an extensive movie collection and loved his computer and watched all the Boston teams, Celtics, Patriots, Red Sox and Bruins.
The family built a trail for John through the woods behind their home that he enjoyed each and every day, except for that one day that the chair stopped working and Dad had to pull him back to the house with the tractor! He had his own platform tree stand where he continued to enjoy hunting, as he had since his youth. In 2003, he went on a hunt to Jackman with his brother-in-law Stephen and John bagged his first Moose. He was always up for an adventure.
He was pre-deceased by his mom, Sandy, brother-in-law Stephen Fleming, cousin Daren Thyng and several aunts and uncles. He will be forever loved by his dad, Leslie Weymouth, sister Jessica Fleming, nephew Sam Fleming, niece Grace (Fleming) Oso and husband Damian, all of Sanford; aunts and uncles, Owen and Lynn Thyng of North Berwick, Wayne and Gail Weymouth of Wells, Sibyl Bentley of Springvale, Daniel and Melodie Bentley of Rochester, Gil Larsen of Florida, many cousins and his loving companion, his dog, “B”.
The family will forever be grateful to John’s caregivers who became like family; Lisa Winchell, Janice Pomerleau and Michelle Dumont. They made life a bit easier every day.
A time of visitation will be held Friday, February 9 from 3pm to 5pm at the Johnson Funeral Home, 26 Market Street, North Berwick, ME. Come share a Johnny story. Interment in the spring. Friends who wish may contribute to Maine Adaptive Sports & Recreation, P.O. Box 853, Bethel, ME 04217.
Arrangements entrusted to the Johnson Funeral Home where condolences, stories and pictures may be shared at www.JohnsonFuneralHomeME.com