NORTHEAST HARBOR – Nicene-Marks Pascal, 33, died unexpectedly March 24, 2004. He was born Nov. 12, 1970, in Hartford, Conn., the son of Thomas J. and Carole-Ann (Freeman) Pascal. Nicene graduated from George Stevens Academy in 1989. He had been very active in theater throughout his high school years and received many awards. He later attended Connecticut College, New London, Conn., where he majored in theater and religion. He spent time in Albuquerque, N.M., and really enjoyed the area in which he lived and the special friendships that he made. Nicene was a talented restaurateur and he and his wife, Emily Damon Pascal, co-owned and operated 151 Main St., Northeast Harbor. His family will remember the quote that they had heard “restaurant is theater” and that was true of Nicene. He enjoyed hiking, the ocean and Acadia National Park. Nicene is survived by his wife, Emily, of Northeast Harbor; his parents, Thomas and Carole-Ann Pascal; and sister, Camille Pascal and partner, Steve Peasley, all of Brooksville; a grandfather, George Freeman, of Hollywood, Fla.; two aunts, Janice Czerwinski and husband, Butch, of Brooksville and his aunt and Godmother, Mary Ellen Vance, Fairfield, Conn.; four cousins, Amy Thomas, Kim Vance, Kelly and Eric Czerwinski; mother-in-law, Joelle Nolan and husband, Jim; and father-in-law, Bruce Damon and wife, Susan; Godfather, Hank Goodman; and Godchildren, Cameron and William Roberts. He will also be missed by the dogs that he loved, Mick and Moxie; and the many friends that he had. Friends are invited to call 5:30-7 p.m., Friday, March 26, at Jordan-Fernald Funeral Home, 1139 Main St., Mount Desert, where a celebration of Nicene’s life will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 27, 2004, with the Rev. William M. Bigelow Jr. presiding. Those who desire may make contributions in Nicene’s memory to the MDIHS Culinary Arts Scholarship Foundation, Mount Desert Island High School, Attn. Wendy Littlefield, P.O. Box 180, Mount Desert, 04660.