BROOKSVILLE – Darin Robert Black, 28, died unexpectedly Sept. 7, 2006, in Brooksville. Darin will be remembered for his love of fishing, hunting and wood harvesting. He was distinguished by his unique laugh. He relished the time with his family and friends. He is survived by a beautiful and adored wife, Jennie (Munn) Black; and precious daughter, Abigail “Goose” Black; his father, Lewis F. Black and stepmother, Jenny, of Blue Hill; his mother, Connie (Allen) Bailey and stepfather, Homer, of Penobscot; maternal grandfather, Lawrence Allen and Eva of Brooklyn; paternal grandmother, Miriam Black of Brooksville; brother, Dana Black and wife, Christy and their daughter, Oceania; brother, Cory Black and girlfriend, Danielle Tirabassi; brother, Travis Astbury and fiance, Libby Hinson and their daughter, Zoe; several aunts, uncles, cousins, many special in-laws; and special friends, Rob Rhodes, Mike and Kelly Grindle of Brooksville. Darin was predeceased by his grandfather, Robert Black; grandmother, Charlotte Allen Free-thy; and uncle, Brian Allen. A funeral will not be held, but a gathering of family and friends will be held 11 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 17, at the Black residence, Brooksville. In lieu of flowers, a trust fund is being set up at Union Trust Bank for his wife and daughter. Call Union Trust to inquire at 374-2707. Arrangements by Mitchell-Tweedie Funeral Home, 28 Elm St., Bucksport. Why oh why did he have to go, when there were still things to know? Though he is gone, he will never be, for he is in our hearts for all eternity. We’re going to miss him, that is true, but we can’t undo the past as much as we want to. Just remember, he is in a good place, where time and space has no meaning, where he will be young for all eternity. “God has a plan,” people always say. But, with Darin he is the only one who knows what his plan is for him. We hope that he’ll never forget us. We all love him no matter what! By Windi Ashe