SAINT ALBANS - Timothy Joseph Arsenault, 67, passed away peacefully\nNovember 24, 2019 at his home after a long valiant battle with\nParkinson's and Dementia with his family by his side. He was born\nOctober 17, 1952 in Quincy, MA, a son of Walter and Dorothea (Holland)\nArsenault. He grew up in Randolph, MA and later moved to North\nEastham, MA, where he met and married his wife Lilly (Demetri).\nRaising their children and moving with his family to St. Albans, ME in\n2005, they made many wonderful memories on their family\nfarm.\n\nTim will be loved and missed by all. His love for his wife and family\nwas immeasurable, perhaps only rivaled by his love for his Harley. Now\nstrong again, he is able to ride fast and free.\n\nIn addition to his wife of St. Albans, he is survived by 6 children;\nKerry Arsenault of Stetson, Michael Arsenault of Orrington, Paul\nArsenault and wife Rebecca, Timmy Arsenault and wife Courtney, all of\nSt. Albans; Ben Arsenault and wife Ashley of Corinna, Karina and\nhusband Dustin Emery of St. Albans; 9 precious grandchildren, Manny,\nDylan, Bryce, Kaiden, Michael, Timothy, Ella, Lyla, and Lilula; a\nbrother John Arsenault of Eastham, MA and sister Maryellen Kaye of\nNatick, MA.; and many nieces and nephews.\n\nHe was predeceased by his brother in law, Jeff Kaye.\n\nFriends are welcome to visit with the family from 3-6 p.m. on Friday,\n\nDecember 6, 2019, at Crosby & Neal, 117 Main Street, Newport, ME.\n\nA celebration of Tim's life will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, December 7, 2019,\n\nat the Saint Albans Snowmobile Club, 9 Bryant Rd. St. Albans. Friends are welcome\n\nto bring a favorite dish along with a memory to share.\n\nIn lieu of flowers, memorial donations would be greatly appreciated to any Parkinson's,\n\nDementia or Mental Health organization of one's choice.