Oakland: Levi W. Albair 92, died Monday March 31, 2014 at the Augusta Rehabilitation Center. \r\r\nHe was born in Dover Foxcroft on September 27, 1921 the son of John and Marie (Sullivan) Albert. Levi was a Sargent in the US Army serving in Scotland, England, France and Germany. He received the Purple Heart, Bronze Battle Star, and the Combat Infantryman s Bage. \r\r\nLevi worked a short time at Scott Paper Company in Winslow, was employed by L.N. Violette Company, and retired as a custodian for the Oakland School District. He also owned and operated the family chicken farm in Oakland and worked in the woods. \r\r\nHe was a member of the Disabled American Veterans in Augusta. He loved to garden and enjoyed sharing his produce with anyone that needed some. While at the nursing home in Augusta, he enjoyed playing Beano. \r\r\nLevi was predeceased by his wife of 57 years, Mona (Higgins) Albair, a great grandson Cody Albair, brothers; Joseph Albair, John Albert, and James Albert, and his son in law Ed Hartsgrove. Surviving are his six children; Levi "Sonny" Albair Jr. And wife Lorraine of Corinna, Constance Hartsgrove of Oakland, Bruce Albair of Oakland, Ronald Albair and wife Nettie of Oakland, Debra Koss of Pittsfield, and Trudy Allbair of Oakland, 10 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. \r\r\nFriends are invited to visit 2-4 7-9 PM on Wednesday April 2 at Wheeler Funeral Home 26 Church Street Oakland. A funeral mass will be 11:00 AM on Thursday April 3 at Notre Dame Catholic Church Silver Street Waterville. Committal Prayers with military honors followed by burial will be 1:00 PM at the Maine Veterans Memorial Cemetery Mt. Vernon Ave. in Augusta. Arrangements are by Wheeler Funeral Home and Cremation Services of Oakland. Www.wheelerfh.com \r\r\nThose who wish may make memorial donations to Disable American Veterans P.O. Box 3151 Augusta, ME. 04330.