Albion, Maine--Lloyd A Corson passed away on Wednesday, February 1, 2017, after a period of failing health at Oak Grove Center in Waterville. Born April 26, 1934, in Athens, Maine he was the son of Ivory and Althea Corson.\r\n\r\nOn April 18, 1953, he married the love of his life, Charlotte Evelyn Dixon. Together they settled in Albion to raise their three children. \r\n\r\nLloyd had many interests that included classic cars, Nascar, working on local race cars, fishing, hunting, camping, going out to eat, reading his paper, Red sox and followed many other sports, and Camp at Lake Moxie. He often could be seen at the local corner store for breakfast and coffee.\r\n\r\nOver the course of many years, Lloyd was involved in many volunteer rolls including: The Albion Lions Club, China Masonic Lodge, Albion Fire Department, Albion Field Day, Road foreman for the Lake Moxie Association and Pass chairman, Albion Town Selectman more than once over the years, leader for the boy scouts, and coached little league.\r\n\r\nLloyd worked at Keyes Fibre starting in 1965, until his retirement in 1994. He also ran his own garage in town for many years in his spare time.\r\n\r\nHe is predeceased by his parents; his wife; his brothers, Reginald and Merton; and his sisters, Helen and Beatrice.\r\n\r\nHe is survived by his sons, Michael Corson Sr. and his wife, Paulette of Albion, and Mark Corson and his wife, Tera of Union; his daughter, Tammy Johnson and her husband, Gene of Jackson; his grandchildren, Michael Corson Jr. and his wife, Alyssa of Albion, Wendy Cutting and her friend, Gabe of Bangor, Natasha Johnson of Jackson, Caleb Johnson of Thorndike, and Beth Corson of Union; his step grandchildren, Robert Kanzler of Freedom and Robette Bouchard of Sydney; his great grandchildren, Harleigh, Kaitlin, Nash, Roman, Jillian, Alicen, Tylen, and Jayden; his special niece, June Dixon; and many sisters and brothers in law, nieces, and nephews.\r\n\r\nThe family would like to thank the staff of Oak Grove Center, Dr. Glover, and Hospice for taking special care of him.\r\n\r\nVisiting hours will be from 10 a.m. to noon and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., with a Masonic Service to begin at 3 p.m., on Sunday, February 5 at Lawry Brothers Funeral Home, 107 Main St., Fairfield. Graveside services will be held in the spring at Maple Grove Cemetery in Albion.