Clinton, Maine-On the morning of April 24, 2014, God called Lindell Weymouth home to be reunited with his wife, Jerry, in heaven. Lindell was born in Clinton, Maine on December 1, 1921, the youngest of six children born to Jerome and Ada (Nason) Weymouth. He attended Clinton schools until 1940, when he and Jerry were married. They celebrated over 70 years of marriage. He began working at his brother’s grocery store in Camden, Maine, and later worked at Bath Iron Works as a welder, a trade he loved. During World War II, Lindell joined the Navy, serving on a destroyer. He reached Japan as the war was ending. He returned home to his wife and two sons. They would welcome their third son in 1949. Lindall worked various jobs until he found one he really enjoyed, plumbing. This led to starting his own business in plumbing, including heating and oil delivery. He worked until he was 85, then limited work until he was 91. He loved what he did, and was very talented in it. Lindell, as he grew older, did not enjoy the cold Maine winters. He and Jerry spent many wonderful winters enjoying the sun of Florida, and getting re-energized for work when he got home. Lindell was a faithful member of the Clinton Baptist Church, serving as trustee, and deacon. Lindell was predeceased by his mother and father; his one sister, Carla; and four brothers, Norris, Harold, Kenneth, and George; and his wife Jerry in 2012; and his youngest son, Stephen in 2003. He is survived by his son, Timothy and his wife Peggy, Terry and his wife Candy; daughter-in-law, Judy; his grandchildren, Joel, Dennis, Megan, Tyler, Evan, and Caroline; and many great grandchildren. Many thanks to daughter-in-law, Judy for her faithful care of Lindell over these past three years, and Debbie. Relatives and friends may visit from 2-4 and 6-8p.m. on Tuesday, April 29, at the Clinton Baptist Church, 10 Spring Street, Clinton, Maine. A funeral service will be held at the church on Wednesday, April 30, at 2 p.m., with the Rev. Robert Philbrick officiating. Burial will follow at Greenlawn Rest Cemetery in Clinton, Maine. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to: the Clinton Baptist Church Missions Program, P.O. Box 1, Clinton, ME 04927.