Ian Edwards

Ian Drummond Edwards

Saturday, August 10th, 1974 - Tuesday, October 27th, 2020
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Lincoln – Ian Drummond Edwards, 46, passed away Tuesday, October 27, 2020 in Burlington. He was born August 10, 1974 in Lincoln, the son of Timothy and Rhonda (Ryder) Edwards.

Ian grew up in Lincoln, and was a graduate of Mattanawcook Academy, class of 1993. Ian loved the outdoors and spent as much time as he could enjoying activities that let him be there. He spent many happy times hunting and fishing and was a master trapper. In the fall, he would tip boughs for wreaths, and cut many cords of firewood. He loved talking to people and could always be counted on to help out anybody that needed it with any odd jobs.

In addition to his parents, Ian is survived by two sisters, Heather Sollis-Edwards and her husband Garry, and Victoria Blomsma and fiancé Kevin Stoddard; two nieces, who meant the world to him, Sophie Blomsma and Kayleigh Sollis; close friends, Bob and Gloria; and a special friend, Melody Isasi; and several aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. He will be remembered by those who knew him as outgoing and loyal, and was incredibly good with kids, whether those of relatives or of his friends.

Graveside services will be held 1 PM Tuesday, November 3, 2020 at the Lincoln Cemetery. In accordance with pandemic guidelines, masks will be required and social distancing respected. Gifts in memory of Ian may be sent to any charity benefitting outdoors and wildlife. Arrangements are by Lamson Funeral Home, Clay Chapel, Lincoln.
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    Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020 | 1:00pm
    Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020 1:00pm
    Lincoln Cemetery
    Main Street
    LINCOLN, ME 04457
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Posted at 01:34am
His goofy grin, off-key singing, love of woods,kind/gentle nature, crazy work ethic,, selfless love for others. You are deeply loved and missed, Ian

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Barbara Montgomery

Posted at 02:16pm
To Rhonda and family: We were deeply saddened to hear of Ians's passing. I remember changing Ian's diapers. He left this world too soon. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you and your family during this difficult time. Melvin Chesley, Barbara and Mike Montgomery

Richard Kenney

Posted at 11:59am
I’m Richard I live on transalpine rd Ian was a big help for me whatever I needed done he would do it no Questions asked he was a great guy and I will Miss Him good by my Friend

Melody Isasi

Posted at 01:15am
I loved Ian. I believe that he probably loved me as well. We would get so mad at each other, but neither he or I could ever be apart for long. He chased me, took me EVERY where we could possibly go in Maine. He said, "You haven't been anywhere until you've been....."
We've only dated a short time but I truly felt I met the love of my life. We met all because of a mouse problem I had! I slept in my car until he trapped all the mice. He checked on me everyday. He came over sometimes 6 times a day. He chased me, sang to me off-key, giggled with me, went on hikes, woke my butt up to go four-wheeling, showed me all his favorite spots, I guess he talked about me to EVERYONE, he held my hand against all the odds. He was so kind and gentle and we laughed at almost everything. He put up with my demands and moods and my sassy ways. Plus, weirdly, he could fold laundry like no one's business! (Which I paid for later!)
I was afraid of EVERYTHING before I met Ian. I have learned to enjoy life more. He LITERALLY was my everything in Maine. He has made me a Mainer for life, everyone was called a "flat-lander", even when I drove with MN license plates and yelled at him, "you know CA has higher mtns than Maine does".

I now realize how he protected me and saw into my soul. I will never be the same because the love, roadtrips, music, laughter. I was his "Isis", firecracker (that he felt he had to "hog-tie" ), his sweet-pea, his "Dove". He was my true love, my black-bird...I don't know what to do without him and his crazy ways. He changed my life forever. I pray he hunts, fishes, and traps for all eternity. I'm gonna miss him madly.

Barbara Montgomery Posted at 02:21pm

So sorry for your loss. I have known Ian since birth. He will be missed by his friends and family. Praying for peace.

Nikki Canale (Wambolt)

Posted at 08:41pm
Sending my love, thoughts and prayers to Ian's family and friends.

I can't believe you've been taken so soon! I will always remember you with that big smile and so full of energy. What a sweet soul you are Ian. When I think back to high school or working at my dad's gas station, you're always a part of those memories. You were either headed on a hunting or fishing trip or off to do a million jobs! I still remember the time when you and Jarrod Jordan went hunting and left the shotgun loaded in between the two of you. You went over a bump and the shotgun went off, blowing a hole in the roof of the truck! You both came back and couldn't hear a thing! The sound of it going off made you both deaf for a couple of days from what I recall - hahahaha! We all laughed about that for the longest time... I feel like there were so many stories like this. I wish I could remember them all. My goodness, you will be missed by so many. Peace be with you and your loved ones and may God grant you eternal rest.

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