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Brittany Sioux GoldychApril 10, 1989 ~ November 19, 2017 (age 28)
Brittany Sioux Goldych (1989-2017), West Gardiner – Brittany Sioux Goldych, 28, passed away Sunday, November 19, 2017. She was born on April 10, 1989, in Augusta, Maine.
Brittany is predeceased by her maternal grandfather Gerald Wass, great grandmother Jeannette Poirier, both of Blue Hill, Maine and paternal grandfather Paul Goldych. She is survived by her father Mark Goldych of Farmingdale, mother Amy Wass Goldych of Brooks, Maine, sister Starr Goldych and boyfriend Brett Gray of West Gardiner, brother Dalton Goldych, wife Ashlee and two sons Cole and Jackson of West Gardiner, stepfather Joseph Larrabee of Hallowell, paternal grandmother Glenda Tarr of Kittery, maternal grandmother Vivian Wass of Lamoine, best friend Amanda Kinsey and husband Jesse Poulin of Monmouth, friends Emily and Clinton Pettengill of Winthrop, along with many other aunts, uncles, cousins and friends who deeply loved her.
Brittany lived in West Gardiner with her sister Starr and Brett. Her brother Dalton and his family lived next door. She graduated from Halldale High School and the University of Southern Maine in Portland with a BA in classics and history. She worked at the Flask Lounge, and AAA in Portland. She was involved in many activities including Planned Parenthood Committee, Comicon Conventions, USM Advocacy, Womens Rights, and Free Press.
She was an extremely talented young woman who was very artistically creative. She could do anything she put her mind to. Her family and close friends meant the world to her. Brittany was a force of nature bringing sunshine to all those she encountered. Brittany encouraged everyone she met to live their truth and have courage. She was always an advocate for the underdog and did it so unapologetically.
Private services will be held Tuesday, November 28, 2017. A celebration of life will be held at Halldale High School at a later date.
Arrangements are under the care of Staples Funeral Home, 53 Brunswick Avenue, Gardiner, Maine.
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