Harold J. MacIsaac


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Harold J. MacIsaac
May 7, 1943
November 24, 2020
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Harold J. “Mac” MacIsaac, age 77, of Wilton, ME died peacefully with family at his side on Tuesday, November 24, 2020 at Maine Medical Center in Portland of complications due to a stroke.
Harold was born May 7, 1943 in Gloucester, MA to Alfred M. MacIsaac Sr. and Alice M. (Parsons).
Mac was predeceased by his parents, his daughter Esther Irene Maguire and Grandson Eddie Keith Toms.
Mac is lovingly survived by his longtime companion Donna Buckley of Ocala, FLA, daughter Patricia Toms of Corsicana TX and husband Keith, daughter Corinne MacIsaac and husband Shaun of Byfield MA, son Jeffrey MacIsaac of Wilton ME and wife Jenny and son Jesse MacIsaac of Farmington NH and wife Jennifer. Mac has a large and loving family including 21 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren.
Other survivors include his sisters Esther Garlick of Rockport, MA and Marion Purin of Port St. Lucie, FLA and brother Alfred MacIsaac of Gloucester, MA.
Mac was a U.S Army Veteran and met his former wife Anita in Germany, shortly thereafter he started his large family which was his greatest accomplishment. He lived life to the fullest, he loved live music, dancing, family reunions, long motorcycle rides and was an avid outdoorsman who loved to hunt deer, bear, racoon, boar and rabbit while wearing one of his signature hats. It was important to Mac to teach his sons and grandchildren about the sport and tradition of hunting. Mac was a proud American who served his country, he was also proud of his Scottish and Portuguese heritage even coining one of his trucks the “Portuguese Sunset”.  Mac was also a member of the Eagles Club in Rumford, where he enjoyed socializing with his many friends and participating in events.
Mac spent years in the shellfish industry digging clams along the Parker River in Newbury MA, he was a machinist at Becker-Loring and until his retirement was the manager of Creative Wood Products in Wilton ME.
Mac had an infectious smile and great sense of humor; he will be deeply missed by his many friends and family. Gifts to his memory may be sent to the American Stroke Association which is a division of the American Heart Association at www.stroke.org
A celebration of his life will be held at a later date to be announced.


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