WATERVILLE - N. Richard Hallee, born in Waterville on December 27, 1929, died peacefully surrounded by his loving family at the VA Hospice Unit at Togus in Augusta, on Thursday, October 30, 2014, at the age of 84. Richard, also known as Dick, was a charismatic leader in the community having served for several years as a Waterville City Councilman, as well as past President of the Exchange Club, member of the VFW and member of the Waterville Country Club. Dick was also an entrepreneur starting his own business, Hallee's TV Sales and Service. In addition, he was a teacher of Electronics at Waterville High School/Vocational Center for 20 years where he guided many students to careers in the electronics field. Dick was an active skier in his younger years, spending many winter days skiing with his children and friends. He excelled at and absolutely loved the game of golf where he achieved not one, but three holes-in-one in his playing years. He also enjoyed bowling; and, last year, at the age of 83, he bowled a score of 234! Dick also loved Snow Pond and the summers spent at the family camp swimming, fishing, and taking long boat rides, particularly at sunset. He is survived by his wife of 67 years, R. Constance Audet Hallee; daughter Rebecca and husband Peter Sherwood, of Oakland; son Gregory Hallee, of Farmingdale; son Stephen Hallee, of Norridgewock; son Timothy and wife Lauren Hallee, of Fairfield; daughter Lisa Hallee and husband Eric Sharpe, of Oakland, and daughter Bridget and husband John Campbell, of Winslow. He had six grandchildren: Matthew Sherwood, of Portland, Nathan Sherwood, wife Jessica and great-grandson Samuel, of Cape Neddick, Christopher Hallee, of Oakland, Scott Keddy and fiance Elizabeth Watson, of Hobokon, N.J., Brent Hallee and wife Crystal, of Stuart, Fla., and Haley Campbell, of Winslow. Dick was also a veteran of the Korean War , where he was awarded the Korean Service medal with two bronze service stars and a merit unit commendation. The family would like to thank the VA Hospice Unit at Togus for their wonderful, compassionate care of our father in his final days. A memorial Mass and celebration of his life will be held at Notre Dame Church, Silver Street, Waterville, on Friday, November 7 at 10 a.m. A reception will follow. A military ceremony will take place at 2 p.m. at the Maine Veterans' Memorial Cemetery on Mount Vernon Road, Augusta. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of N. Richard Hallee may be made to: V.A. V.S. Hospice Unit, Voluntary Services 135, Dept. of Vet. Affairs, 1 VA Center, Augusta, ME 04330. Funeral arrangements are through Gallant Funeral Home, 10 Elm St., Waterville.