Timothy Dolby, Funeral Director and Prior Owner
You all know Tim. He’s been the backbone of this business for so many years and we’re happy that he has been able to continue working with us on a part-time basis. His wisdom and knowledge of the business and community have been so valuable to continuing the amazing services we offer to families.
A lifetime resident of Windham, Tim is a 3rd generation funeral director who started working for his father at the age of thirteen. Tim attended school in Windham, and is a 1968 graduate of Kent’s Hill School. Upon his graduation, Tim went on to further his education at the University of Maine, graduating in 1972 with a degree in Business Administration.
Following in his father’s footsteps, Tim enrolled at the New England Institute in Kenmore Square in Boston. While enrolled in mortuary science school, he apprenticed at JS Waterman & Sons. In 1973 he graduated with high honors from Mortuary Science School, immediately came to work for his father as a funeral director. During his professional career, Tim has served as the Fire Chief for the town of Windham, and is a two-time President of the Maine Funeral Directors Association.
Some of Tim’s other fraternal organizations include the Presumpscot Lodge #70 AF & AM, Windham, as well as The Oddfellows. Tim has two daughters, Pamela and Morgan, and he resides with his wife, Marge, in Windham. Tim is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys hunting and staying at his camp in Elm Stream Township.
Eric Segee, Funeral Director and Co-Owner
Eric grew up in East Machias and attended Washington Academy, where he graduated in 1999. After high school, he enrolled at the University of Maine. During school, he worked at Brookings-Smith Funeral Home in Bangor, ME, where he discovered his passion for funeral service and began his apprenticeship program. Eric pursued his professional training at Worsham College of Mortuary Science, in Wheeling, IL.
Eric graduated from Worsham College in 2006 with his degree in Mortuary Science. Eric’s experience in funeral service includes serving the communities of Portland, Bangor, and Chicago. He is a past President of the Maine Funeral Directors Association, is a long-time Rotarian, and a member of the Sebago Area Chamber of Commerce and the Gorham Business Exchange.
Eric enjoys playing golf and spending time with his Boston Terriers.
Emily Gordon, Funeral Director
Emily is a native of Kingfield, ME, and is a 2008 graduate of Mt. Abram Regional High School. As a teenager, Emily realized her passion for funeral service. This lead to her decision to attend Mount Ida College, in Newton, MA, where she was heavily involved with funeral service related programs. In 2010 she graduated cum laude with a degree in Mortuary Science.
Emily’s career in funeral service began in Connecticut where she gained valuable experience serving families from different walks of life. Emily returned home to her Maine roots and served greater Franklin County before joining Dolby Funeral Chapels.
Emily enjoys spending time at her family’s camp on Wyman Lake, collecting vinyl, and watching Bruins hockey games.
Christine Larrivee, Office Manager and Funeral Attendant
A long-time resident of Windham, Christine is a graduate of Windham High School. She furthered her education by attending the University of Southern Maine and is currently enrolled at Central Maine Community College. Christine is a communicant of St. Anthony’s of Padua in Westbrook.
Christine enjoys residing at her camp on Little Sebago during the summer and spending time with her son, Joe.