Somerville, Maine – Orrin “Buddy” S. Crummett, 84, a resident of Somerville, Maine passed away on Friday, January 11, 2013, at Maine General Medical Center in Augusta, Maine. Orrin was born on October 10, 1928, in Somerville, Maine, the son of Charles and Mildred (Erving) Crummett. He attended Somerville School and received his GED through the Augusta Adult Ed evening classes. He served in the Army during WWII. Orrin worked as a herdsman, wood cutter, mill worker at Statler Tissue and for the engineering division of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. He served as a selectman for the town of Somerville for many years, was Fire Chief for the Somerville Volunteer Fire Department, a member of the Somerville School board, served on the Somerville planning board, a member of the Sand Hill Cemetery Association, a member of Sportsman Alliance of Maine, the National Rifle Association and Life Member of VFW Post 9437. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and gardening and spending time with his family. He was known to have a great vegetable garden and delicious raspberries. Orrin was predeceased by his wife, Barbara Light Crummett; and two brothers, Clyde Crummett and Clifton Crummett. Survivors include his son, Howard Crummett and his wife Bethany of Somerville, Maine; daughters, Darlene Crummett of Augusta, Maine, and Pauline Kibbin and her companion, Mark Casey of Somerville, Maine; grandchildren, Joseph Kibbin and his wife, Angie of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Jack Kibbin and his wife, Misty of China, Maine, Joshua Crummett and his companion, Melissa Perry of Portland, Maine, and Justin Crummett and his wife, Monique of Windsor, Maine; great grandchildren, Jaylynn and Jacquelynn Kibbin of China, Maine, Summer Sinclair of China, Maine, Noah Crummett of Windsor, Maine, and Jace and Jory Kibbin of Colorado Springs, Colorado; three sisters, Ethel Bartlett of Washington, Maine, Arlene Grotton and her husband, Gordon of Windham, Maine, and Lessie Lloy of Jefferson, Maine; and many nieces and nephews. Graveside services will be held in the spring at Sand Hill Cemetery, Somerville, Maine. Memorial donations may be made to the Sand Hill Cemetery Association, 2482 Turner Ridge Road, Somerville, ME 04348 or to the Somerville Volunteer Fire Department, 116 Frye Road, Somerville, ME 04348. Orrin’s family would like to thank the staff at Maine General Medical Center and Hospice Care for their care and kindness.