Lisle Albert Secotte, 82, of Lincolnville passed away peacefully March 8, 2019, at Waldo Country Hospital in Belfast.

Lisle was born in Camden, a son of Blanche (Leonard) and Edward Secotte Sr. Lisle attended Camden schools before enlisting in the U.S. Army. While at West Point, Lisle received a Presidential Medal of Honor for bravery for saving a life.

After returning from the Army, Lisle married Fay (Watmough) and the couple eventually settled in Lincolnville and raised four children. Lisle worked numerous jobs throughout his life including Knox Woolen Mill, truck driving and operating a lawn care business with his sons Stuart and Stacey until his retirement.

Lisle was predeceased by his parents, his sister Elaine, his daughter Stella and his son Stacey.

Lisle was survived by his wife until her passing on March 25. He is survived by his brothers James Secotte of Kingfield, Michael (Sharon) Secotte Sr. of Cushing, and Edward Secotte Jr. of Dixfield; sisters Sonja Fleetwood of Wyoming and Eva Secotte; his sons Steven Secotte of Northport and Stuart (Karen) Secotte of Lincolnville; grandchildren Ray Secotte of Warren, Hope Jenkins of Keene, N.H., Amanda (Benjamin) Rankin of Belfast, Angus (Bonnie) Secotte of Bangor, Emily Secotte of Northport, Wyatt Secotte of Northport and Justin Secotte of Lincolnville; 11 great-grandchildren; several niece and nephews; cousins; a special cousin Rodney Lynch of Rockland; his close friend Gary; and his dog Merl.

At Lisle's request, there will be no funeral. Interment will be held at Youngstown Cemetery at a later date. In lieu of flowers a donation in Lisle's name can be made to Lincolnville Volunteer Fire Department.