Anthony W. Hutcheson

Sep 20, 2016
Anthony Hutcheson

Rockport — Anthony Wayne “Hutch” Hutcheson, 51, owner of Right Click Computers in Rockport, died Monday, July 18, 2016, at Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston after a brief illness.

Born Sept. 29, 1964, he was the son of Wayne H. Hutcheson of Dallas, Ga., and Gerry Pound Hutcheson of Rockport. Anthony grew up in Smyrna, Ga., graduating from Campbell High School, class of 1982. During high school, Anthony was a three-year varsity letterman in football and one-year wrestling earning player of the week, 2nd team All County 1981-1982.

Following graduation, Anthony attended Georgia Southwestern State University in Americus, Ga., where he studied physical education and recreation. He played football for three years and ran track for two.

Anthony served in the Marine Corps from 1989 to 1994, relocating to his mother’s home state of Maine in 1994.

Anthony was a Master Mason of St. Paul’s Lodge No. 82 – Rockport A F & A.M. for 14 years. He held the positions of Marshall 2003-2005, Senior Steward 2005-2006, Junior Steward 2006-2007, Junior Deacon 2007-2008, Senior Deacon 2008-2010, Senior Warden 2010-2012, Master 2011-2014 and Tyler 2014-2016.

In 2003, Anthony opened Right Click Computers in Rockport, where he serviced and sold computers for 13 years. Anthony was very hardworking and loved helping his customers. He took great pride in his business as he built long-lasting relationships with so many people and businesses in the Midcoast area. Known for his high energy, big heart and always going above and beyond, Anthony also helped and mentored several students in the area over the years by providing jobs and or knowledge of the computer business.

Anthony was also a very instrumental part of the Five Town Football league in Camden for several years. On the football field, Anthony was always willing to do whatever was asked of him, and he did it with energy and intensity. The enthusiastic, caring and positive person he was known as in other aspects of his life, was the same person on the field – except louder. He never stopped encouraging the kids, and pushing them to give their best. He embodied everything a coach in the community should be, and he had an impact on countless kids in the program.

“I’m a better person because I knew Hutch” was a common theme at his memorial service and words his family will never forget.

Anthony was predeceased by his paternal grandparents, Dora Heath Hutcheson and Thomas Chester Hutcheson of Rockmart, Ga., and his maternal grandparents Catherine Annis Pound and Darrell Pound of Rockport.

Anthony is survived by his two children, Devin Wayne Hutcheson and Hollie Ann Hutcheson of Rockport; his mother, Gerry Pound Hutcheson, and her longtime partner, Maynard Montgomery, of Rockport; his father, Wayne H. Hutcheson, and his wife, Ellen Hutcheson, of Dallas, Ga.; his sister, Cathrine Erskine, and her significant other, John Mullikin, and their children, Logan Mullikin and Noah Erskine of Rockport; his nephew, Calen Erskine, and his fiancée, Brittany Peirce, and their daughter, Lillian Peirce, and son, Samual Erskine of Rockport.

A celebration of life was held July 31 at the Rockport Masonic Hall. A private graveside service will be held on Anthony’s birthday, Sept. 29, at the West Rockport Cemetery, Rockport. Memorial gifts may be made to the Anthony Hutcheson Memorial Fund, c/o The First, P.O. Box 1137, Rockport, ME. 04856.

Condolences may be shared with the family at Arrangements are with Long Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Camden.

Comments (2)
Posted by: Jeff Sukeforth | Sep 23, 2016 08:32

The Masons at Rockport Masonic Center will be holding a public benefit supper on Oct 22nd with all proceeds going to Hutch's children. The dinner will run from 5 to 630pm, will be spaghetti and meatballs but will also have a veggie sauce available.  Please pass the word to your friends and let's make this a great event in memory of our good friend Hutch!  FMI pls call Jeff 691-2270.

Posted by: Ragna Weaver | Sep 22, 2016 19:27

Hutch was such a wonderful man. I would bring in my computers & he was so willing to help me. Heaven got another angel. My thoughts are with his family and friends. R.I.P. Hutch


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