In Memory of




Obituary for Celia M. Waldo

Millinocket and Gorham – Celia M. Waldo, 92, wife of the late William Waldo, passed away
Monday, August 1, 2022 at the Gorham house surrounded by loved ones. She was born
September 19, 1929 in Monticello, the daughter of Roy M. and Violet M. (Dunn) London.
Celia was a graduate of the Ricker Classical Institute in Houlton, class of 1948. After graduating
she worked in the credit department at Sears Robuck in Bangor where she met Bill and soon
married. She was a member of Millinocket Baptist Church, where she taught Sunday School and
attended Bible Study groups and volunteered at the Granite Street School Library and was active
with the school department band boosters. Celia was also a member of the Christian Women’s
Club in Bangor for many years. In her spare time, she enjoyed working in her flower garden.
After moving to Gorham, Celia became a member of the White Rock Free Baptist Church where
she made many friends that made her feel welcome. Celia was such a kind person and loved by
so many.
She is predeceased by a son, Channing Waldo. Her family includes daughter in law Nan
Waldo, granddaughter Kendra, Dave and grandson Ben; two daughters, Colleen Donley, Robert
and daughter Julia; Tina Charette, Michael and daughters Crystal and Joey, Erica and Jordan,
Michelle and Jason; 2 great granddaughters, London and Olivia; a sister, Elaine Peabody and her
Late husband Ervin; several nieces, nephews, and cousins; Celia’s special honorary grandson,
Lucas Sirois his mother Lori and a special friend Lorraine Leavitt. The family would like to
thank everyone at the Gorham House as well as everyone who worked with her from Beacon
Hospice for such wonderful loving care during a very trying time. If you would like, in lieu of
flowers a donation in Celia’s name can be made to a church of your choice.
There will be a celebration of Celia’s life at Clarks Bears in Lincoln New Hampshire, 110 Daniel
Webster Highway 03251 at 10:30 Saturday, August 27. If planning to attend, spend the day at
Clarks if you would like. Messages of condolence expressed, at Celia’s Book of Memories at