FAIRFIELD, ME--Clifton Allen Colford passed away unexpectedly on October 3rd, 2017. \r\n\r\nClif was born in Waterville, Maine on June 27th, 1950, the son of Romaine Eloise Sennett and George Allen Colford. He attended schools in Waterville and then transferred to Gould Academy where he graduated in 1968. \r\n\r\nHe spent a short time in the US Armed Forces- Navy in 1968 and 1969 until he was honorably discharged. Clif married Gail Jean Martin in 1970 and they welcomed their girl Jennifer Buffy in 1971. \r\n\r\n He attended college at Thomas College studying Business and spent years working in a variety of different jobs until he decided to pursue nursing and took classes to become an LPN. He worked at nursing homes and hospitals in the Waterville area over the years. \r\n\r\nClif later remarried and welcomed his pride and joy James Colford in 1996. Clif loved sports! Whether it was watching his daughter and step daughters Krista and Heather on the Field Hockey Field or James in Football and most recently enjoying videos and stories shared about his grandchildren doing the same. He was his family’s biggest fan! He also loved to take his daughter Buffy to several sports events like Waterville Hockey where he was an announcer and Babe Ruth baseball games and tournaments where he once was President.\r\n \r\nClif is predeceased by his mother Romaine, father George, stepfather Maurice, Sister Helen, and Sister Rita. \r\n\r\nHe will be greatly missed by his Daughter Jennifer Buffy Curtis-Witham and her husband Wayne Witham of Shawmut, ME, his Son James Edward Colford who was stationed in the US Army in South Korea, his Brother- Robert “Bobby” Colford and significant other Rea of Waterville, ME, his Sister Layne Peet of Oakland, ME, Grandchildren Luke Witham, Emily Curtis and Megan Curtis. Clif was also very proud of his step daughters Krista Rogers and Heather Miller and their adorable children- Castine and Braylen. He had several nieces, nephews, and extended family and friends whom he loved. \r\n\r\nHe was the man who was going to tell it to you straight and not always the nicest way but he was also the man that had the biggest heart and would give you the shirt off his back to help. In lieu of flowers the family asks that all donations be made to the Fairfield Food Pantry in his memory.