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Ethan Kristopher Linscott

May 16, 1989 – October 12, 2017

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Obituary for Ethan Kristopher Linscott

Ethan Kristopher Linscott, cherished son, brother, nephew, grandson, and beloved friend, went too soon before us on October 12, 2017.
Ethan Kristopher was born on a beautiful morning May 16, 1989 in Rockport, Maine.
In 2007, he graduated from Camden Hills Regional High School. He was always fond of his close peers and teachers, especially Tom Gray, whom he kept in touch with. Ethan had been employed as an Electrian’s Helper and took great pride in receiving his documentation from the State of Maine. His most recent employment was working with Kristina Murdock~Mitchell and Matt Pietroski.
Ethan deeply loved his family and spending time with them. He was extremely close with his mother Amy. He will ALWAYS be remembered for his UNCONDITIONAL love, compassion, kindness, soaring, beautiful caring nature and so much more. Some knew Ethan as Ebear and by his brother, Nick, as Bubski and brother Ned as Bub.
A memory Ethan recently left with his mother was about a camping trip near the Wild River in the White Mountains, and spending the time with his best little brothers and mum. The most consistent piece of Ethan’s life was with his little brother, Nick. He was the BEST big brother to Ned.
Left behind for now are his parents, Amy Gray, of Camden; Robert Linscott and his wife, Sheena, of Port Clyde; brothers Nicholas Joseph Linscott and Ned Rochester; grandparents Lloyd Gray Sr., Barbara McClintick, Ronald and Diane Linscott, and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and dear friends. And Ethan would want a shout-out especially to Kyle Murdock, whom he truly considered as another brother.

“COME TO THE EDGE.”
“No, we will fall.”
“COME TO THE EDGE.”
“No, we will fall.”
They came to the edge.
He pushed them, and they flew.
– Apollinaire
A candlelight vigil will be held at the Camden Green on Saturday, October 28, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. to come closer together and share stories as per what Ethan would want. The family invites all family and friends to join them in celebrating Ethan’s life.

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Location
Camden Green
Address
Corner of Elm and Chestnut Streets
Camden, Maine
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The family invites all family and friends to join them in celebrating Ethan's life.