This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Hector Lawler 84 years old ,  passed away on June 21, 2018 We will remember him forever.Hector was born in Oakfield, Maine on July 3rd,1933 to the late Marshall and  Virgie (Shorey) Lawler. He was raised in Harmony Maine on the family farm with his brothers and sisters George, Charles, Frank, Eva, Case, Earl, Jim, Frieda, Alice, Bob and Wanita. Later In his life on June 23rd,1957 he married the love of his life, the late Esther May (Kenney) Lawler when he was 24 years old and she was 17 years old. Their marrage lasted 60 years until death did them part, they had two children Roy and Iva. Those who knew them would say “They where the definition of love, and set an example for the family that they created together.” 

Hector was employed by Erving Tannery in Heartland Maine; Riverside Farms in North Branford CT, Raskin Farms in Marion CT, Whitfield Ranch in Cyril Ok, and worked until he retired at Comanche Lumber Company in Lawton Oklahoma. Anyone who knew Hector Lawler knows he was a hard working man who would do anything to support his family. 
Posted by Iva Lawler Robinson on January 29, 2019
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Posted by Iva Lawler Robinson on January 29, 2019
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Hector was born  to Marshall and Virgie Lawler  he was He was Born in oakland Maine then when he was a young Man his parents and siblings Moved to Harmony Maine. where  he grew up on the family farm(Lawler Farm) He had 11 Brothers and sisters Case Frieda Jim Bob Charles Alice Earle  Frank  Wantia  Eva. and George

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Walks with Dad...

Shared by Iva Lawler Robinson on January 20, 2019

I remember taking walks with Dad we had a lot of adventures. one time we come accred and old cabin in the woods . and we made up a story of the people we thought lived there long ago.  another time we came across a small waterfall and it was so pretty. we sat there and we rested.He told me stories of him growing up. then we came up on water coming up from the ground Dad said it was a spring. it said it was the best water to drink. so I drank some and it was nice and cold and so good.but  the most memory I have walking with Dad was Just being with him and talking with him.