DEXTER – Tracy Lee Purdin, 33, passed away unexpectedly in his sleep March 18, 2008, while visiting a friend in Newport. He is survived by his parents, Linda Larrabee of Dexter and her husband, Cliff; his father who raised him, Robert Purdin; his birth father, Tony Purdin, both of Union City, Ind.; grandparents, Glen and Roberta Purdin; his aunts, Corky and Glenna; cousins, Jamie, Terry, Dino, Lucas and TG; his brother, Kelly Simpson and wife, Laurie, and their children, Laurie’s son, John, and Kelly’s son, John, Kelly’s daughter, Jessica, and daughter of 5 weeks, Devann; his brother, Bobby and fianc?e, Lou, and his children, Aaron and Justine, of Florida, McKensie of Connecticut, Matthew Purdin of Lewiston, and Lou’s children, Sierra, Devan, and Justin, all of Clinton; Tracy’s daughter, Kylee of Argos, Ind.; one son, Julian, 5, of North Carolina; his sister, Becky Woods and her husband, Danny, of Grand Rivers, Ky.; his grandmother, Eva LeDuc of Bangor; aunts, Debbie of Bangor and Kathy of California; his uncle, Tom Crawford and his wife, Linda, and their children, Tommy, Missy and Joanie; and numerous other cousins, aunts, and uncles throughout Maine and Indiana. We will miss his comic humor, his gift of music, his beautiful smile, his soft heart, and his willingness to help others. He will be greatly missed and loved from here to heaven’s gates. He stands beside the Savior he gave his heart to at age 5, God Bless my son; see you later, “Mommy Lee.” A memorial service will be held in Tracy’s honor 1 p.m. Saturday, March 22, at Dexter Pentecostal Church, Railroad Avenue, Dexter, with Pastors Lyman Curtis and Mike Troyer officiating. In lieu of flowers, please make donations in Tracy’s memory to the charity of your choice; Tracy was all about music and art. Arrangements by Crosby & Neal, Dexter. Memories may be shared online at www.CrosbyNeal.com. When the wind blows I’ll hear you whisper. When the birds sing I’ll hear your laughter. When the sun shines I’ll see your smile. And when the moon rises I’ll whisper, Goodnight forever, Mom