Donald Vigue, Jr.

1949 - 2021


On Monday, January 18th, Donald C. Vigue, Jr.  71, of Brunswick, passed away of cancer at the Midcoast Hospital. He was born on April 8th, 1949 at Mercy Hospital in Portland to Donald C. Vigue, Sr. and Shirley E. (Kempton) Vigue. 

He lived with a wonderful family (The Stultzs) in South Portland from the ages of 2 – 7. They treated him as one of their own. 

He graduated from Bristol High School, Bristol, Maine in 1967, as Class President; and then went...

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Pete and Kay Hannah

February 1, 2021 9:21 PM

So sorry about Donnie's passing, a very special person.  Condolences to Barbara and his family.  He will be sorely missed by all who knew him!  May your happy memories give comfort.

John Garrity, Waldoboro

January 30, 2021 8:26 AM

I remember Don from our early days together at CMP, where we had a number of "adventures" together.  I remember Don as a professional, friendly man with a great sense of humor.  Sorry to learn of his passing when I returned to Maine after many years "away".  Barbara, sorry for your loss.


January 29, 2021 7:46 AM

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Earl Redman

January 25, 2021 12:56 PM

Don was a close neighbor and good friend,
He was a wonderful friend who shared his many talents with all of his friends. He and his lovely Wife Barbara provided Joy, , support and happiness to many people
Earl Redman

Steve Robinson

January 25, 2021 9:13 AM

I was so saddened to hear of Don passing.  We worked together at CMP for many years.  He was a great co-worker, mentor and most importantly a true friend.  I have very fond memories of the many hours we spent together during contract negotiations.  Don was our cornerstone; especially in the late evening hours when concentration and patience was at a minimum.  His stories of CMP history kept the atmosphere light and typically resulted in uncontrollable laughter.  He was one of a kind and a gentleman to all.  My condolences to Barb and Family. 

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