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Clement D'Angelo

Clement "Gig" D'Angelo

Sunday, June 5th, 1949 - Friday, May 1st, 2020
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Obituary

Millinocket – Clement “Gig” D’Angelo, 70, passed away Friday, May 1, 2020 at his home in Millinocket. He was born June 5, 1949 in Millinocket, the son of Clement and Nadine (DeVoe) D’Angelo.

Gig grew up in Millinocket, and was a graduate of Stearns High School, class of 1968. He served in the Army before returning to Millinocket and working at the mill. He was a very caring and honest man that spent time helping his father and other residents of Millinocket. Gig had a great love for animals, riding his Harley Davidson motorcycle or his Harley Davidson truck – also known as “Gigs Rig” – and having friends over to the famous “Gig’s Clubhouse”. He loved helping others in need, and his many dogs, including his special ones Hemi, BJ, Bear, Keesha, and Kira. Gig travelled many places but especially loved Bike Week and NASCAR at Daytona Beach where he stayed in his condo. His second home was at the David Henry Lodge, Post #80 of the American Legion in Millinocket, where he was also member of the Riders Club, as well as belonging to the Knights of Columbus (4th degree), lifetime member of the DAV and DAV Auxiliary, where he was commander of both, also the Elks, NAHC, Harley Organization Group (HOG), Ducks Unlimited, the NRA, the Jaycee’s, and MMA Journeyman. Gig will be missed greatly by his family and his many, many friends.

He is survived by his fiancée Donna Pelkey; sister, Judith D’Angelo Bentson; his favorite uncle, James D'Angelo, nieces and nephews Charles Dickinson, Ashley Dickinson, Daniel and Natalee, Carrie Bernier and Steve, Maria Tiller and Brett Easton, and Daniel Cosman, Jr. and Alexis and Daniel III; cousins, James “Jimmy” D’Angelo, Barbara D’Angelo, Michael D’Angelo and Karen, Hollis Ward and his wife Linda; a special cousin Laurie Pelletier, and many other extended relatives and friends, too numerous to mention. He will be especially missed by his caretaker and cohort, Ron Preo, as well as Mark, Leslie, and Madison Wallace and Dale, Melissa, Shelby, and Ethan Pelkey. In addition to his parents, Gig was predeceased by his aunt, Shirley D’Angelo.

Gifts in memory of Gig may be sent to the Donald Henry Post #80 of the American Legion, 970 Central Street, Millinocket, ME 04462. Graveside services will be held later in the summer when the coronavirus restrictions have been eased. Arrangements are by Lamson Funeral Home, Millinocket.
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    MILLINOCKET CEMETERY
    Address
    MEDWAY ROAD
    MILLINOCKET, ME 04462
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    Graveside services will be held when the coronavirus restrictions have been eased.

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Jo-lee Sears

Posted at 12:02am
I am so saddened to hear of my dear cousin Gig's passing. We had many a fun time back in the olden days. He was also a very talented photographer, and took many pictures of our little gang. To my cousins Judy, Carrie, and Chuck, I send my sincerest condolences. Gig will surely be missed - he was great to be around.
Love,
Cousin Jo-lee
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Rick Cyr Sr

Posted at 10:02am
Ride free my friend, It's been a pleasure knowing you as a motorcycle brother and what heart you had towards family, friends and veterans. May you Ride With the Big Man In the Sky
Ride Free and keep your Sprit in the Wind
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Teresa Eaton

Posted at 08:28pm
Gig was a good friend to our family for many years. I can remember the first motorcycle ride he gave me back in the late 70's coming back from the rock. He actually let me take his bike for a spin once which was awesome until I had a stop sign. Yep laid it down and couldn't pick it up! Someone helped upright it for me. No harm no foul. Those were the days. Rest in peace my friend.
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Patsy Huston

Posted at 02:32pm
Gig and I go way back to high school days, when he shared one of his best friends with me. Although I was dating Gig's friend, it was usually the three of us who went anywhere! Mostly, we went to Gig's parents' house, and those were special memories of Nadine and Clem for me. Gig never stopped being a friend, long after we grew up, and I was so saddened to hear of his passing. Judy, please know that I am sorry for the loss of your brother, and Donna, please accept my condolences. Gig was so proud of our country, and he served in those organizations greatly. Loved seeing his smile, behind that beard, when he marched in parades! Rest easy, Gig.

Jennifer Lyons

Posted at 10:11pm
Gig, you will be missed by all. Thankful I got to spend a little time with you at the Legion this past year. RIP my friend.
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