DEXTER - Lucien Joseph Dube, 91, died November 30, 2011 at a Dover-Foxcroft nursing home. \n\nHe was born May 8, 1920 in Notre Dame du Lac, Quebec, a son of Felix and Ida (Potvin) Dube. Later in his career, he was a supervisor at Dexter woolen mills, and retired from the Cianbro Corporation in Pittsfield in 1982. \n\nLucien was as lifelong communicant of St. Anne's Church, Dexter, and was a 50 year member of the Knights of Columbus. He will be remembered for immaculately maintaining the lawn around his home, which his son faithfully continued. Lucien was also an avid gardener.\n\nHe is survived by a son and his wife, Ted and Judy Dube; a daughter and husband, Betty and Jim Laferriere; and a brother, Gerald Dube, all of Dexter; a son in law, Galen McKenney of Corinna; 6 grandchildren, Kathy and husband Mike Mossey, Rick and wife Leslie McKenney, Annette Dellaire, Rob and wife Patty Laferriere, David and wife Briseida Dube, Paul and wife Amy Dube; 7 great grandchildren, Ashley and Justin Dellaire, Justin Mossey, Brad and Eliza McKenney, Lucien and Owen Dube; several nieces and nephews.\n\nLucien was predeceased by his wife of 62 years, Charlene (Braley) Dube; a daughter Barbara McKenney; brothers Larry, Albert and Gilbert; a sister Jeanette; and a sister in law Irene Dube.\n\nA Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 10 AM Monday, December 5th, at St. Anne's Church, Free Street, Dexter, with the Rev. Fr. Kent Ouellette officiating. Friends may call at Crosby & Neal, 61 Main Street, Dexter, from 6-8 P. M. Sunday. Burial will be in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Dexter. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Pine Tree Hospice, 883 West Main Street, Dover-Foxcroft, ME 04426.