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Carole Ann Chamberlain

Still River native, co-founder Harvard Glass and Autobody

Carole Anne Chamberlain. (Courtesy photo)

Carole Ann (Bigelow) Chamberlain of Cape Porpoise, Maine, formerly of Still River, and of Hills Beach, Maine, died peacefully at Cape Memory Care in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, surrounded by family on April 25, 2022.

Carole was born in Still River on July 31, 1933, the daughter of Lawrence and Ena (Hamilton) Bigelow. She grew up on the Bigelow Dairy Farm and attended the Bromfield School and Becker Junior College, where she studied to be a medical secretary. She married Harley Chamberlain of Spencer, Iowa, in 1954 and together they founded Harvard Glass and Auto Body on Ayer Road in Harvard in 1959. Carole and Harley lived in Still River for 30 memorable years, where they ran their business and raised their three children, Chad, Bart, and Holly.

Carole had an elegant, commanding presence and raucous laugh. She enjoyed entertaining, and over the years hosted countless dinner parties and celebrations for friends and family. She was a phenomenal cook, and many of her recipes live on with her loved ones. She loved to decorate for the holidays and was always proud of her home. Carole believed in hard work and elbow grease, and expected the same of those around her.

Carole loved the ocean. She and Harley vacationed for years on Cape Cod and later purchased property on Hills Beach in southern Maine, where they spent many summers sailing around Basket Island and walking on the beach. They retired to Channel Cove in Biddeford, Maine, and more recently to Kennebunk, Maine, where Harley died in 2011. In the final years of her life, Carole resided in Cape Porpoise, where she watched the tides and the lobster boats from her window.

In retirement, Carole dedicated much of her time to helping others, selflessly taking care of neighbors and friends in need. She had a special friendship with Cal Mahoney of Kennebunk, and cherished the hours she spent as his companion, meeting him at the school bus stop and reading with him after school.

Carole loved her family unconditionally, and was a strong presence in the lives of her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.

She is survived by her brother, John Bigelow and his wife, Carla, of Shirley; son Chad and his wife, Fernanda Canales, of Goshen, Vermont; son Bart and his partner, Joyce Sawtelle, of Hollis, Maine; and daughter Holly and her husband, Stephen Ross, of Kennebunkport, Maine. She is also survived by her grandchildren, Emily Chamberlain Adams and her husband, Morgan, of Duxbury, Vermont; Ben Chamberlain and his wife, Gabrielle (Raymond), of Medford; and Ella Ross and James Ross, both of Montreal. She also leaves behind two great-grandchildren, Owen and Eliza Adams, as well as many extended family members and friends whom she loved dearly.

The family gives heartfelt thanks to Marge Smith and Cynthia Doolittle, who cared for Carole in her later years, and also thanks the staff at Cape Memory Care and Beacon Hospice who cared for Carole in the final week of her life.

A celebration of life service is planned at the Church on the Cape, 3 Langsford Road, Cape Porpoise, Maine, on June 25, 2022, at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to Kennebunkport Public Health Nursing Services, 101A Main Street, Kennebunkport, Maine, 04046 (please ensure checks indicate the donation is for nursing services). Donations may also be sent to the Church on the Cape, P.O. Box 2740, Kennebunkport, Maine 04046.

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