Farmingdale, Maine - Harold Kendrick Light, 76, of Farmingdale, Maine, died peacefully on Tuesday, January 28, 2014, in his home after a long recovery from heart surgery. He is survived by his wife Angie; daughters Holly Pilsbury of Palermo, Maine, Lisa McLaggan and husband Ronald of South China, Maine; and son Kendrick Light and his wife Bethany of Gorham, Maine. He is also survived by his stepchildren Brenda and Mark Vigue of Augusta, Maine, George and Robin White of Whitefield, Maine, and Cindy White and Rick Massey of Randolph, Maine. He was always busy keeping tabs on his several grandchildren including Stephanie Emery, Frank Pilsbury and wife Stephanie, Scottie, Michaela and Donald Pilsbury, Dylan and Taylor McLaggan, Thomas and Alexandra Light and stepgrandchildren Melissa Lettre and husband Aaron of Augusta, Maine, Shawn White of Whitefield, Maine and great grandchild Leighla Rose Brown and great stepgrandchildren Aaron and Cassidy Lettre. He will also be sorely missed by his special dog and best friend Chloe. Predeceased by his first wife Hazel Light, father George K. Light, mother Marion Brann, a sister Barbara Crummett; and a brother Carlton Light. He is survived by his uncle Leon Emery and his aunt Wanda Brann; and many other relatives and friends. Harold was born in Somerville, ME, on February 10, 1937, and grew up on Bangor Street in Augusta, Maine. “Banana” graduated from Cony High School in 1955, and went on to serve his country in the Air Force before being disabled from a chronic back injury. Living the motto “if you can’t laugh, you will only cry”, he is fondly remembered as a fun loving man who was always quick with a joke and a smart remark around the young and older ladies alike. Harold truly enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping, going out to eat and playing cards with his family and friends. He was a long time member and active supporter of Erskine Athletics and its Boosters for all generations. He will be sorely missed by all he touched. Visiting hours will be held at Lawry Brothers Funeral Home-Gray Chapel, 207 Windsor Neck Road in Windsor on Thursday January 30, from 2-3pm with a brief memorial service to follow. A reception will be held at the Legion Hall in South China immediately following the service. Donations can be made in lieu of flowers to Erskine Academy All Sports Boosters in South China. The family would like to thank the kind services of hospice nurses Ana, Kurt and Emily and the people of Togus’ Skilled Care Unit for all the help during his long convalescence.