CARIBOU – Maxine (Kelley) Berry, 84, died Sept. 15, 2006, surrounded by her family, after a short illness, at the Hospice of the Golden Isles, Brunswick, Ga. She was predeceased by her husband, Charles Berry, in 1993. She was born May 31, 1922, at Caribou, the daughter of Velma (Burtchell) (Davenport) Estabrook and Bernard Davenport of Caribou. She graduated from Caribou High School in 1940 and was a long-standing member of the community and an active member of the Caribou United Baptist Church, where she was active in numerous church groups and activities. Maxine worked as a cashier at Graves Red and White and Paradis Shop and Save for many years. She volunteered in the Share Program for the homeless and since 1988 spent well of 4200 hours as a volunteer at Cary Medical Center, as well as installing Life Line systems for the elderly with her husband, Chuck. In her later years, she knit hats for the babies in the maternity ward at Cary. She was predeceased by her son, George H. Kelley of Buckhannon, W.Va. in 1997; and by her brothers, Philemon Davenport of Orrington in 1985, and Wilbert Davenport of Newport in 1985. She leaves two sons, Rick Kelley of Lincoln, N.H. and Randy Kelley of Campton, N.H.; one daughter, Jaciel Walker of Brunswick, Ga.; her brothers, Luther Estabrook of Portland and Omer Davenport of Warminister, Pa.; her sisters, Patricia Bouchard and Marie Wilcox, both of Caribou; 10 grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and many loyal friends. Memorial services will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 7, at the Caribou United Baptist Church, with the Rev. John Kiehn, pastor, officiating. In lieu of flowers, friends who contribute in memory of Maxine through the County Dialysis Center, 21 North St., Presque Isle, ME 04769 or to the Caribou United Baptist Church, 74 High St., Caribou, ME 04736. Funeral arrangements are by the Mockler Funeral Home, Caribou.