Joseph  Albert
Fort Kent - Joseph Albert, 66, passed away unexpectedly on January 25, 2020, doing what he loved; exploring northern Maine's untapped wilderness and beauty.
Born in Fort Kent on September 5, 1953, the youngest of 12 children of the late Agnes (Hebert) and Leo Albert, Joe was an avid hiker and frequent conqueror of Mt. Katahdin, a skilled carpenter, wood craftsman and renowned bowl-turner, and a wonderful father.
He is survived by seven brothers and sisters, Evelyn (Albert) Martin, Eva (Albert) Martin, Gilman Albert and wife, Carol, Cecile (Albert) Gagne and husband, Benoit, Patrick Albert, Louis Albert and wife, Bernadette, Roger Albert and wife, Jayne; as well as five children, Jambavan Albert and wife, Rachel of Stewartsville, NJ, Gopinatha (Albert) Joseph and husband, Andrew of Bar Harbor, Asita Albert of Fort Kent, twin sisters, Lila and Bhava Albert of Fort Kent; and a recent grandson, Arlynd Malcolm Joseph.
Published on January 30, 2020

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Joyce Plourde
Feb 04, 2020
Asita and family,
Please accept my warmest condolences, I am deeply sorry for your loss. Praying for your healing, comfort, strength and peace during this painful time.
Arlene Daigle Blier
Jan 31, 2020
My deeepiest yympathies to Joel's families. May Joel rest in peace beyond the golden gate of heaven.
Rebecca Muzyka
Jan 30, 2020
So sad to hear of mon oncle Joel passing. I am a grand daughter of one of his sisters, Eva. Rest in peace mon oncle Joel
Jan 30, 2020
Blue Caribbean was purchased for the family of Joseph Albert.  Send flowers
Brenda Pelletier
Jan 30, 2020
Asita and all the Albert family.
My prayers are with you as you grieve the loss of your special father. May the time you have with each other to remember all those special memories give you comfort in your time of sorrow.