GARLAND & BELFAST--Lynn (Vigue) Arsenault, 55, died unexpectedly August 28, 2013 in Belfast.\nShe was born August 26, 1958 in Skowhegan, a daughter of Charles and Mary (Morrison) Vigue. Lynn grew up in Dexter, graduating from Dexter Regional High School. She also attended Thomas College in Waterville. \n\n \nShe was employed at Bank of America in Belfast (formerly MBNA). When the credit card company was purchased by Bank of America Lynn continued to excel in her field as a trusted employee and friend to her many co-workers. At the time of her passing, she was the credit manager and assistant vice president. Lynn will also be remembered as a wonderful mother. She was very creative as an artist, florist and gardener. She will be remembered for always having a cup of Starbucks coffee in her hand and for just plain being fun. Her dear friend recalled that she always made people feel better about themselves; never putting anyone down. She was also a friend of the Frank D. Hazeltine Post 43 American Legion Auxiliary in Belfast.\n\n \nShe is survived by her husband, Donald "Rusty" Arsenault, Jr. of Garland; 3 sons, Chris and wife Misty Day and their children, Natalie and Jacob of Belfast, Nick Day and fiancee Megan of Northport and Mathew Day of Belfast; a brother, Michael Vigue of Dexter; her father and mother-in-law, Don and Carol Arsenault of Dexter; several nieces, nephews, and cousins; her best friend, Cyndi Parker of Belfast, and close friends Greg and Sheila Johnson of Old Orchard Beach. She loved her dogs, Bella and Brutis.\n\n \nA memorial service will be held 3 P.M. Monday, September 9th, at Point Lookout Resort and Conference Center, the Erickson Ball Room, 67 Atlantic Highway (U. S. Route 1) Lincolnville.\n\nArrangements are by Crosby & Neal, Dexter.