Earl Julian Bulmer Jr.

Earl Julian Bulmer Jr., 70, of New Harbor, passed away on Aug. 27 at the Glenridge Facility in Augusta. Earl was born on Aug. 15, 1947 in Greenville, son of Earl J. Bulmer Sr. and Rita King Bulmer.

Earl graduated from Beverly High Trade School in 1965 in Beverly, Mass. In 1968 he married Linda and they made their home in Salem, Mass. and moved to Maine in 1974 and settled down in New Harbor.

Earl was a carpenter, specializing in cabinetry and fine woodworking and renovating people’s homes. He enjoyed racing cars and motorcycles, rebuilding and customizing many throughout the years. He frequently enjoyed going to the New England Dragway races and going to classic car shows, attending many over the years and often winning trophies for his personally customized cars. His favorite car was his custom 1960 Corvette, always turning heads when out on drives. Earl was a member of the local Lions Club and also enjoyed coaching Little League. He was a kind, wonderful man who would do anything for anyone expecting nothing in return.

Earl is survived by wife, Linda Bulmer of New Harbor; sons, Brian Bulmer and wife Sherri of Alabama, Jessie Bulmer and wife Hillary of New Harbor, and Harley Bulmer of New Harbor; sister, Julie Butruccio and husband John of Fremont, N.H.; stepfather, Robert Jarvis of Monson, N.H.; grandsons, Jeremy Bulmer and Gavin Bulmer of Alabama, Maximus Bulmer and Gustas Bulmer of Hollis, and Julian Bulmer of New Harbor; granddaughter, Vivian Bulmer of New Harbor; Ramune Bulmer, mother of Maximus and Gustas Bulmer; sisters-in-law, Mary Bonsant and wife Julia Adams of Bristol, Doreen Despres and husband George of Wilton, N.H.; brother-in-law, Roland Michaud and wife Louise of Beverly, Mass.; as well as many nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m., Sat., Sept. 9 at the Lincoln County Assembly of God Church, Pastor Tom Wagers officiating.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Earl’s name to Lewy Body Dementia Association, Inc: donate.lbda.org.

To extend online condolences, visit his Book of Memories at www.hallfuneralhomes.com.

Hall’s of Waldoboro has care of the arrangements.

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