Winslow John Maurice Prindiville, born in Framingham, MA, May 15, 1935; a resident of Winslow, ME died Oct. 20, 2007 after a long battle with prostate cancer. He is survived by his wife, Gigi; three sons, Matthew, John and Joshua; daughter-in-law, Sarah; two grandchildren, Seth and Tula; his older brother, Jacques lives in Framingham, MA. A graduate of Columbia College, with an MBA from Columbia University, he worked overseas in Brazil with the Agency for International Development AID, before serving as an advance man and campaign coordinator for Bobby Kennedy's senatorial and presidential campaigns. When Bobby was assassinated, and the many hopes and dreams that were attached to him were lost, Maurice rebounded into his own business, working on various international and domestic ventures and as a financial consultant, until he found his niche in the sales arena of the insurance business. He learned the ropes with Mass. Mutual in Boston, then launched on his own, developing nationwide health insurance programs for associations, something that was unheard of at that time. His pioneer spirit and tenacity made the seemingly impossible a reality. A committed Christian for 35 years, he was very active in his church, Faith Fellowship Ministries now International Family Church in Winchester, MA and had a heart for missions. After completing three years of Bible School at night, while working and commuting to New York, he traveled to Africa, and primarily to South Africa for many years, bringing with him ministry teams to preach the good news. Late in the 1990's he felt called to Maine, initially starting a work in Rockland, and for the past several years has been a member of Resurrection Life Church in Waterville, serving as the prayer coordinator and lay preacher, building the vision of Pastors David and Celeste Rogers. Apart from the love of Jesus, and his family, his other passion was sailing. Learning to sail at Tabor Academy, in Marion, MA, he continued his love of the ocean and cruising in his sailboat throughout his life. Teaching his boys to sail, with a love of the outdoors is one of his fondest legacies. With an encourager's heart and love for Jesus that enabled him to greatly surpass the doctor's limited life expectations since his diagnosis, he has a wonderful legacy of lives touched in the area and around the world. He enters heaven with a glorious homecoming celebration. His memorial service will be 11:00 a.m. on Nov. 3rd at Resurrection Life Church. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations be made to the Vision Builders' Fund at Resurrection Life Church, in order to continue the work he loved. For more information and directions, please call Resurrection Life Church, at 207-872-4969. Arrangements are with the Gallant Funeral Home, 10 Elm St., Waterville.