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Jerry Burton Reid II (1971-2020)

Jerry Burton Reid II

SALEM TOWNSHIP - Jerry Burton Reid II, 49, of Salem Township, passed away on Oct. 17, 2020 in Wilton.

He was born on June 14, 1971 in Farmington, son of Jerry and Mary Ann (Thorndike) Reid.

He was educated in the schools of Phillips and graduated from Mt. Abram High School in the class of 1989. Jerry was employed at New Balance. He was a member of the Salem Outlaws. He enjoyed the outdoors and being one with nature going camping, hunting, fishing, 4-wheeling and on mud runs.

Jerry is survived by his four sisters, Cindy Reid (John Wilbur) of Farmington, Tammy Diamond Burtt (Dean Burtt) of Oakland, Lori James (Randy Hall) of Dixfield, Marilyn Beedy (Gary Beedy) of Salem Township; two daughters, Senna Reid of Madison and Celeste Reid of Phillips; niece, Chelsie; nephews, Nathan, Jason, Dustin, Dylan and Joshua.

Donations in Jerry’s memory may be made to the Franklin County Children’s Task Force, 113 Church St., Farmington, Me 04938

The family will hold a Celebration of Life at a later date. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Dan & Scott’s Cremation & Funeral Service, 488 Farmington Falls Rd., Farmington, ME 04938.

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  1. Cindy- so sorry for the loss of your brother.

  2. RIP Condolences to the Family.Cindy, many hugs to you

  3. So sorry 😞 for your loss Cindy sending Hugs and prayers to you ❤ 🙏 and your family. Another Angel 😇 got its wings fly high Jerry be free of pain.

  4. Cindy, so sorry to hear of the loss of your brother! ❤️🙏

  5. Jerry and I were very close as kids. We spent many days and nights hanging out. Although we haven’t seen each other since graduation, I have thought Jerry often. My condolences to his sisters. I remember all of you fondly. Rest In Peace my friend.

  6. Rest In Peace brother!!!! I will always remember class off 89!

  7. So sorry to hear of Jerry's passing. Sending prayers and my sympathy to Jerry's family. He is now in a better place and free of pain. Now he and David will be reunited!! Fly high with the Angels Jerry!!

  8. Jerry was a funny guy, would do anything to help a person out. He will be missed. RIP Coon-dick...hope you and Uncle David are doin' a little fishin'

  9. So sorry for the family's loss, grow up with Jerry only 1 yr younger than me so sad losing people may you rest in peace my friend

  10. I worked with Jerry for many many years. He always had a hello no matter how busy he was. My deepest most heartfelt condolences to his family. Fly high with the angels

  11. Cindy and family so sorry to hear about Jerry sending condolences to all of you. beanie and lauraly .

  12. Cindy so sorry for your loss
    thoughts and prayers to you
    and your family