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949 Main St
P.O. Box 363
Waldoboro, ME 04572
Phone: 207-832-5541
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Diane White

Diane White (Clement)

Wednesday, November 6th, 1946 - Saturday, July 4th, 2020
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Diane White of Walpole passed away on July 4, 2020 while resting comfortably at home. Her passing was supported by her loving husband, John White, and her many friends in the Walpole area.

She was the daughter of Harriet and Francis Clement and was born November 6, 1946 in Bangor, Maine. She attended Catholic schools, graduating from John Baptist Memorial High School, and she obtained a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Maine at Orono.

Diane had a loving heart and always championed the cause of those less fortunate or those that were not able to advocate for themselves. She worked at United Cerebral Palsy of Northeast Maine and Adult Education in Bangor, Maine. She moved to Mid-Coast Maine when she began work at the Maine State Prison where she worked in a variety of adult education for over twenty years. She worked in maximum security settings as well as work-release settings, helping prisoners to transition to productive and fulfilling lives after release. She obtained a social work license to enhance her skills in this important work.

Her compassionate nature also led her to a life-long love of animals. She gave to number of organizations devoted to the care and nurturing of animals, and she consistently advocated for their decent treatment. Over the course of her life, she had many pets and found great joy and comfort in their companionship.

Diane is survived by her husband, John White; her stepson Trapper White, his wife Michelle, and their children, Oliver and Henry; and her stepson Damian Williams, his wife Inga, and their son Grayson; her cousin, Sharon Bartholomew, her husband Dean; her cousin Jeannie McGiness; and her aunt, Lorraine McGiness. Diane nurtured her friendships and had many friends including many in the Walpole area. She will be greatly missed by her family and friends.

The family will celebrate Diane’s life privately.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Diane’s name to the Humane Society of your choice.

Hall’s of Waldoboro has care of the arrangements. To extend online condolences, visit
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Teresa Dore

Posted at 08:17pm
Grew up in So Brewer with Diane. Spent a lot of time at her home with she and her mom and dad. Her aunt lived next door to her and her cousins and family from out of state always visited in the summer. Got to know them quite well. Diane was always at the top of her class and very well liked. Haven't seen her since her mom's funeral as she moved out of the area. May she rest in peace.
Teresa (McLaughlin) Dore

Deborah Meehan

Posted at 08:42pm
I knew Diane through her work starting and supporting the college program at the Maine State Prison, work that continues to this day. To those of us who were new to working in prisons she taught us about compassion and redemption and the value of every life. I am very sorry to learn of her passing. She inspired me.

Rick Horton

Posted at 10:33am
I met Diane when I started working at the Maine State Prison. It was immediately clear that she and I were kindred souls, and I grew to love her warmth and compassion for clients many would just as soon forget forever. She was an integral part of the support team helping me earn my license for substance abuse work and was as supportive a friend as I have ever had. I know she had a positive effect on a great many men in the prison. Greatly loved by many, she will be greatly missed.

Ed McCaul

Posted at 04:23pm
Diane, we loved you dearly and miss you terribly. You were there for us many times and when we needed you most. We wish that we could have helped you more, and been there more often, as we know that you had times of great suffering. We hope that you at least knew that you were loved, Ed & Heather

Cecelia Blake Posted at 04:53pm

We loved you Diane!! You were able to show caring compassion to those who were considered the dregs of humanity! I will cherish the memories of working with you.. Aurevoir mon amie!!

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