GRAY – James Wesley Pyle, 90, passed away Monday, May 22, 2006, at Cedars Rehabilitation Unit in Portland. Wes was born Sept. 11, 1915, in Fort Worth, Texas, the son of Wesley and Mary (Hennessey) Pyle. He graduated from Radnor High School in Pennsylvania. He married Priscilla Worth April 30, 1960. He worked as an insurance adjuster in Bangor and then later for the Immigration and Naturalization Service in Calais. Upon retirement, Wes moved with his wife, Priscilla, to Sebago and then to Gray. Throughout his life, Wes had a passion for the outdoors including scouting, hiking, and hunting. His hobbies included hand loading and golfing. He was a former Maine Guide and was a member of the Masonic Lodge No. 68, NRA and the Lions Club of Sebago, where he received special distinction for his outstanding service. He also spent many years as a scout leader for the Katahdin Council. He was predeceased by his youngest grandson, Adam Worth Sherlock. His seven younger siblings also predeceased him. Wes is survived by his beloved wife, Priscilla Worth Pyle; daughter, Priscilla F. Heitmann and husband, Peter, of South Berwick; son, Robert Pyle and wife, Miriam, of Northeast Harbor; daughter, Elizabeth Worth Sherlock and husband, David, of Gray; stepsons, Ted, William, Nathaniel, and David Choate and Charles Fernald; grandchildren, Erik Heitmann, Justin Heitmann, Louisa Pyle, Kyle Sherlock, Elena Sherlock, Elizaveta Sherlock and Nina Sherlock as well as his niece, Worth Douglas of Kittery. A memorial service celebrating his life will be held 10 a.m. Friday, May 26, at Wilson Funeral Home in Gray. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made honoring his grandson to Adam Worth Sherlock Scholarship, Key Bank, Gray Plaza, Gray, ME 04039.