Blain Alves Obituary | Blain Alves Obituary – Blain Alves Obituary | Blain Alves Death | Passed Away – Dead | Cause Of Death | Funeral Plans – Blain Alves Has Died at age 16, DeadDeath learned May 23, 2020.
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Earlier this week, our Community and our Fire Department suffered a tragic loss. Blain Alves passed away at the young age of 16. Blain was a multi sport athlete at Deering HS, a resident of Peaks Island and the son of a PFD Captain. Last night, he was honored under the lights. pic.twitter.com/O0fa0CiFC3
— Portland Fire Dept (@PortlandFD) May 23, 2020
A makeshift memorial at Deering High School honors 16yr old Blain Alves. He tragically died Monday in a lawnmower accident on Peaks Island. His football coaches say he was a happy kid who was always smiling. @newscentermaine pic.twitter.com/bUQZIX7yRt
— Roslyn Flaherty (@roslyn_flaherty) May 20, 2020
Please join the Deering Rams Community in honoring one of our own, Blain Alves, giving him one more “Friday Night Lights” by turning on an outside light at 9pm for 9 minutes (9 was Blain’s football #) in tribute to Blain & his family. #RAMily #9 #fridaynightlights #deeringstrong https://t.co/nsYGsNXVf1
— DeeringRamsWrestling (@DHSRamWrestling) May 22, 2020