Harry (Buster) Levi TuttleMay 11, 1930 - January 10, 2013 Harry "Buster" Levi Tuttle, 82, of Fort Pierce, Florida and previously of Sanford, Maine died January 10, 2013 at Treasure Coast Hospice in Florida. Harry was the 12th of 19 children born to the late Martin and Eveleen (England) Tuttle. He grew up in Limerick and Limington and attended local schools. In 1952, he joined the Marines and was a member of the 1st Air Wings and served in the Korean War. On September 1, 1956, he married Maria Troiano. They had three children: Sharyn, Carol and Gerard (Jerry). He retired from Morse Business Forms in the 1980s and after worked in maintenance at Greenwood Nursing Home and the Weathervane restaurant until moving to Florida in 1996. He loved cooking for his family and friends and made baked beans every Saturday. When his children were young, he would teach them silly songs on Sunday drives. When his granddaughters were young, he would let them dress him up in costume jewelry while teaching them these same silly songs. In Florida, he enjoyed playing golf, horseshoes, and softball. He was known as the local handyman in his retirement community, always willing to help his neighbors fix things. When he visited family in Maine, he loved playing washer toss with his brothers Richard and Billy and son-in-law Wesley. He loved red hot dogs, but they were not available in Florida. When he visited Maine for his granddaughter Heidi's high school graduation party, he ate 17. He was proud of his family's accomplishments, especially his granddaughter Whitney for following in his military footsteps. He affectionately called everyone "Bub."He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Maria Tuttle; daughter Sharyn Tuttle and her fiance Michael Cook of Rochester, NH; daughter Carol Morin and her husband Wesley of Shapleigh; son Gerard (Jerry) Tuttle of Sanford; granddaughter Whitney Morin Gutierrez and her husband John Anthony of Virginia Beach, VA; and granddaughter Heidi Morin of Augusta. Harry leaves behind his sisters Rose Tuttle and Betty Bernier of Sanford; his brother Richard Tuttle and wife Cecile of Sanford; and sister Lena Campbell and husband Don of Wells. He also leaves behind over 100 nieces and nephews. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:00 AM on Friday, February 8th at St. Therse of Lisieux Parish, Holy Family Church. Interment with military honors will be held at the Southern Maine Veterans Memorial Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Black Funeral Homes and Cremation Service, Sanford-Springvale.To leave a message of condolence for the family please click on the condolences tab to the left.