BENTON, ME-- Malcolm G. Page passed away peacefully on Saturday, August 15, 2015, at Mount Saint Joseph in Waterville, ME. He was born in Jefferson, Maine, on July 4, 1927, son of the late Fred and Flora (Jean) Page. \r\n\r\nGrowing up he attended schools in Skowhegan, ME and graduated in June 1945, from Lawrence High School in Fairfield, ME. After high school he attended Thomas College. Later Mac worked at First National Stores for many years and then retired from H.L. Keay general store in Albion, ME. \r\n\t\r\nMac enjoyed spending time outdoors. He loved to fish, hunt, and snowmobile, especially at his camp in Elliotsville, ME. In the summertime he and Mary frequented their cottage in Northport, ME. He loved to garden and always had fresh vegetables to share with family and friends. Mac loved to work in his woodshop making furniture and doing home improvements. \r\n\r\nSports were another favorite pastime of his; he rooted for the Red Sox, Patriots, and Green Bay Packers. He also liked watching racecar driving, especially races involving Dale Earnhardt. He cherished holidays and family gatherings, and he especially treasured his birthday when close family gathered in Northport to have lobster and his favorite, strawberry pie. He adored his family, and he was a devoted husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, and friend to all who knew him.\r\n\t\r\nMac is survived by his wife of 44 years, Mary Lee (Seeley) Page; his son, Michael Dickey of Burnham, ME; daughter Nancy Bickford of Madison, ME; daughter Ellen and husband, Steve Blodgett of Fairfield, ME; son-in-law, Glenn Bickford of Benton, ME; eight grandchildren, Courtney Meuth, Ashley Jackson, Rachel Bickford, Amanda Violette, Holly Blodgett, Matthew Blodgett, Mary Ellen Blodgett, and Chelsea Sosiak; four great-grandchildren, Elodie Jackson, Aden and Landon Violette, Olivia Page Meuth, and another on the way; sister, Anita Gagnon; brother-in-law, Roland Seeley and wife, Hilda Seeley; brother-in-law, Horace Stevens; and many nieces and nephews. \r\n\r\nBesides his parents, he was predeceased by his brother, Alan Page; and sister, Lois (Page) Stevens. \r\n\t\r\nSpecial thanks to Monica and Carolyn at Mount Saint Joseph for Mac’s care while he was there, and to Tina Frappier who cared for Mac while he was in his home. \r\n\t\r\nA funeral service and celebration of life will be held on Saturday, August 22, at 11:00 a.m. at the Benton Falls Congregational Church, Falls Rd., Benton, ME with burial to follow at the Falls Cemetery in Benton, ME. Reception will be held at the Parish Hall. \r\n\r\nIn lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to the Humane Society Waterville Area, 100 Webb Rd., Waterville, ME 04901 or Benton Falls Congregational Church in Mac’s honor.