Waterville, Maine-Donald Douglas “D.D.” Gilley, Sr, 62, of Waterville, Maine, passed away on September 5, 2014, after battling a long illness. Donald’s wife Patricia A. Gilley and his daughter Jessica C. Field were by his side when he passed. Donald was born in Waterville, Maine on March 3, 1952, the son of the late Robert A. Gilley, Sr. and Claire Ferland. He graduated from Winslow High School, class of 1970. He then joined the United States Army during the Vietnam War, and was stationed in Korea. After returning home from his military service, Donald went to work at Scott Paper Company, and later became employed by the Winslow School Department, and Marden’s Discount Store. He was employed by Marden’s for many years before he became disabled. When Donald was younger, he loved to spend his time in his woodshop. He also enjoyed watching NASCAR and spending time with his family. Donald was predeceased by his sister-in-law Pamela A. Folsom; and Mother and father-in-law Richard C. and Antoinette M. (Therrien) Baldic. Donald is survived by his wife Patricia A. Gilley; son Donald D. Gilley, Jr., and wife Lorretta, and daughter Jessica C. Field and husband Trevor; his grandchildren Dustin, Sydney, and Maxwell Field, Robert Josh and Dakota Cohen, Andrew, Russell, and Landon Gilley; his brothers Robert A. Gilley, Jr., and wife Angelita, Michael T. Gilley and wife Lourdes, and Richard L. Gilley and wife Linda; his brother-in-law Arthur R. Baldic and wife Belinda; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins. The family would like to thank Delta and Waterville Rescue workers; the nurses and doctors at both MaineGeneral Medical Center, Thayer and Augusta Campuses. We would also like to thank all the family and friends that have supported Donald and his family during this hard time. Visiting hours will be held on Monday, September 8, from 3-5 p.m. with a celebration of life ceremony beginning at 5 p.m. at Lawry Brothers Funeral Home, 107 Main Street, Fairfield, Maine. After the ceremony, there will be a gathering to celebrate more of Donald’s life at the Winslow, Maine V.F.W.