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Clint D. Willoughby

July 5, 1988 - March 24, 2017
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Clint D. Willoughby age 28 passed away unexpectedly on the evening of Friday, March 24th, 2017 at the home of his Aunt Janelle and Uncle Fred in Harpswell, Maine.

Clint was born in Waterville to Christina (now Vanadestine) and Frank Willoughby on July 5th, 1988.

From an early age Clint enjoyed being outside with his brothers Bo and Max. They would bike for hours through the family's wooded property in Winslow. Catching frogs and snakes and swimming in the ponds and swamps surrounding the property were daily activities. They would build cabins from old boards, fallen trees, and buckets of clay. And of course, there were long nights of shoveling snow off the pond to play hockey.

Clint is a graduate of Winslow High School where he enjoyed spending time with friends and playing on the hockey team; making captain of the team for his senior year. He was loved by his teachers, coaches, and peers.

After high school, Clint spent some time in the electrical program at KVCC and later got a job working for ALCOM, in Winslow, as a forklift operator. Most recently, Clint was sternman on a lobster boat in Harpswell. Clint always found enjoyment in working and was recognized by his employers for his strong work ethic, great sense of humor, and easy-to-get-along-with personality.

Clint loved dogs and became the proud owner of a smart, beautiful, and playful red nose pitbull named Reggie who he considered family. He was always so proud to introduce Reggie to new people and the two were rarely separated.

On December 19, 2012, Clint became a father to a beautiful baby girl named Brooklyn. When Clint would tell people about the pregnancy, he always had a huge grin across his face. Clint loved Brooklyn more than anything and enjoyed every moment he got to spend with her. He would always call her his Brook Trout.

He is survived and missed by his daughter Brooklyn, his mother Christina, brothers Ben, Bo, and Max, and sister Brandy.

Arrangements were by Stetson’s Funeral Home 12 Federal St. Brunswick.