Alan Christopher Jolicoeur, 55, of Albion, was called home to our Lord on Wednesday December 16, with his beloved wife Jane and family by his side.\r\nAlan was born in Waterville, Maine, August 13, 1965, the son of Lawrence Jolicoeur and Cecile Callahan (Campeau). Alan was a graduate of Winslow High School, class of 1983.\r\nMost recently, Alan was the parts department manager for Trailside Performance in Winslow, Maine. For many years he was a meat cutter at Fortin's Meats in Winslow and Deli manager at Fuller's market in Gardiner. He had a truly entrepreneurial spirit and ran several of his own businesses: Al's Custom Cutting, Grandson for Hire and LJ's Sandwiches and Snacks. \r\nAlan had many interests including: Local history, metal detecting, drag racing, golf, and fishing. He would spend time learning about the history of an area and then explore the area with his metal detector, sometimes donating his finds to local museums. He built his own drag car and raced it at Winterport dragway. He loved playing Golf with his Step-father, Uncle and Bother. No matter what he was doing he always did it with love and concern for people. He had a heart as big as the world and especially loved children. He built many relationships and treasured each of them. Alan was a loving, Father, Husband, big Brother and Friend to all. His passing leaves a hole in the hearts of many.\r\nAlan was predeceased by his father Lawrence Jolicoeur of Benton, his mother Cecile Callahan (Campeau) of Manchester, and his younger brother Scott of Winslow.\r\nAlan is survived by his wife, Jane Jolicoeur (Cruickshank) of Albion, his daughter Elizabeth Burns and son-in-law Jonathan Brown of Winslow, beloved granddaughter, Maeve Brown, brother Tony Jolicoeur and wife, Brenda of York, Maine, nieces Miranda Monz and Mirabelle Jolicoeur of York, nephews Michael Monz and Matthias Jolicoeur of York, step-mother Shirley Jolicoeur of Benton, step-father William Callahan of Manchester, Aunt and Uncle Lorette and Silas Cain of Vassalboro, and his cousins Lisa Munster of Vassalboro and Doug Cain of Rochester, NH. He is also survived by his lifelong friend Michael Leathers of Winslow.\r\nThere will be a Mass of Christian Burial at St. John's Catholic Church on December 26, 2020, at 11:00 AM. Due to COVID there will be no visitation but there will be a gathering outside, in the spring, to celebrate and remember his life.\r\nArrangements are under the direction and care of Gallant Funeral Home, 10 Elm Street, Waterville. An online guest book may be signed, condolences and memories shared at www.gallantfh.com.