GREENBUSH – Louis J. Soucier Sr., 50, died unexpectedly June 18, 2005, at his Greenbush home. He was born Jan. 26, 1955, in Bangor, the son of Joseph and Anita (LeGasse) Soucier. He graduated from Old Town High School in 1974. Louis worked as a saw filer for five years with Champion International Costigan Stud Mill then was chief adjuster for Georgia Pacific Mill in Old Town for 26 years. He was a “Jack of all Trades” and loved carpentry and mechanic work. In his free time he loved tinkering on cars with his sons and lifelong friends, Dwayne Madden of Greenbush and Robert White Jr. of Argyle. He loved to take drives to the flea markets down on the coast and loved to go on “Safari” looking for old cars on the back roads of Maine in the summer and was an avid snowmobiler in the winter, riding with co-workers and friends from the mill. His favorite place was always his home which he took great pride in and labored constantly to keep beautiful. There was always a gathering of family and friends at his home who loved his company and his wonderful sense of humor. He will be missed by many and will live on in the hearts of all. He is survived by two sons and their wives, Louis Soucier Jr. and Patricia of Greenbush, Jason Soucier and Melissa of Sanford; one brother and his wife, Ronald Soucier and Nancy of Old Town; two sisters and their husbands, Ruth and Rolland LaCroix of Greenville, N.H., Theresa and Nelson Quimby of Norridgewock; four grandchildren, Amber, Patrick, Ryan and Emily Soucier; several nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his brother, Walter Soucier. Friends may call from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday, June 22, at Brookings-Smith, Old Town Chapel, 205 Main St., Old Town.