Let the memory of Lexxi (Kevin) be with us forever
  • Born on August 6, 1973 .

     Lexxi T. Sironen, formerly Kevin T. Sironen, left us unexpectedly and swiftly, liked by most and missed dearly. Born in Warwick R.I. on August 6, 1973. Lived in North Kingstown R.I., East Providence R.I., and then moved to Cornville Maine in 1980. Attended school in Cornville, Skowhegan, and graduated Crossroads Class of 1993. Studied diesel mechanics with Job Corps, held several jobs in the food industry, customer service, and then later worked for Sironen’s Radiator in Skowhegan Maine.

     Loving parent of two teen aged children, Kevin M. Wickett and Angel D. Sironen of Cornville Maine. Lexxi loved Rhode Island, camping, carpentry, mechanics, electronics, cooking, writing, drawing, designing tattoo’s, gardening, and going to her Uncle Dan Coffin’s home on Orr’s Island in Maine. Lexxi played the electric guitar and loved all different types of music. She built stone walls, searched for stones and minerals, designed jewelry, welded sculptures made from found materials and made rustic wooden furniture. She also was an avid movie watcher and a fan of Anime Japanese animation. Lexxi’s Great Great Uncle was the Pulitzer Prize winning Maine Poet Robert P. Tristram Coffin.

     Lexxi battled with self-doubt, disability, and gender issues. Lexxi is survived by Mother Bendella Sironen and her partner David Guy White of Cornville, Father Onni M. Sironen of Winnabow North Carolina, Brother Onni W. Sironen and his wife Lisa A. Sironen of Canaan, Children Kevin M. Wickett and Angel Delores Sironen of Cornville Maine, as well as many Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Nieces and Nephews in New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Maine.

     There will be a Memorial Service to celebrate the life of Lexxi held at 12:00PM on Sunday, September 18th at The East Madison Grange #228, off the East Madison Road, 15 Grange Hall Road, East Madison Maine, 04950. 5 miles from Gifford’s Ice Cream stand in Skowhegan. Contact numbers if you need directions to the service are (207)474-0950 or (207)399-2017.

* In lieu of flowers, you could bring a perennial plant which will be planted in Lexxi’s memorial garden.

Posted by Angel Sironen on 3rd January 2017
my dad wasn't given a far choice. But his mistakes is what made him a better person. She was wise and beautiful , the light of me and my brothers life. She may have done stupid s**** but she was forgiven. we alway's loved her no matter what , but sometimes we acted towards her poorly , mean and hurtful... But we both loved her... losing her was a HUGE lose... And Kevin and I miss you so very much. There isn't a day on this earth that i don't think of you R.I.P dad. i love you see you someday. Stay strong
Posted by Angel Sironen on 3rd January 2017
i love you daddy.❤️
Posted by Karen Snyder on 20th October 2016
Lexxi was my dear friend and we shared many of our up and downs together. She seem to struggle in a world that did not understand her but knowing her was a true "gift". She ALWAYS was herself when she came to visit and we shared many great times together. We shared tears, laughter, sadness and joy. I will forever miss you girlfriend. I love ya Lexxi !!
Posted by Laurie Terrio Philbrick on 13th October 2016
Lexxi was an amazing person, enjoyed having time to get to know her. She was a Beautiful person inside and out. She had a huge heart and a Beautiful soul. I miss her very much and was truly blessed to have the privilege to have her in my life. Love Always Until We Meet Again My Dear Friend Laurie Philbrick
Posted by Rebecca Oclair on 18th September 2016
Love you and miss you dearly!! Till we meet again, save me a seat beside u!! ❤❤
Posted by Angela Buker on 12th September 2016
Thinking of your entire family at this difficult time. Love, Bob and Angela
Posted by Lisa Sironen on 12th September 2016
With all our love forever, The Sironen's

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