Wayne Crandall


With the firm since 1970, Wayne R. Crandall was born in Presque Isle, Maine, September 5, 1941. He attended Ashland High School, and received his B.A. and L.L.B. from the University of Maine. In 1968 he was admitted to the Maine Bar and in 1970 he became a partner in Samuel W. Collins, Jr.’s practice in Rockland Maine. He is a member of the Knox County, Maine State and American Bar Associations and the Maine and American Trial Lawyers Associations and a Notary Public. Wayne has served as Past President of the Camden Area YMCA, Rockland Rotary Club, and Rockland Chamber of Commerce. He has been a director of the Mid Coast Mental Health Association and Commodore of the Rockland Yacht Club. He has served as a corporate director of Associated Grocers of Maine for seven years. He and his wife Ann live in Rockland and have two grown daughters and three grandchildren.

Wayne has an excellent reputation for getting the job done, but he never loses sight of the ethical standards of being a “gentleman lawyer” reminiscent of Alan Bird and “Senator Sam” Collins. His expertise in real estate law, corporate law, civil litigation, estate planning, probate and commercial transactions has been called upon to serve numerous individuals and businesses throughout the Knox, Lincoln, and Waldo County area and beyond.

Pam Wallace has been Wayne’s assistant since 2002. She joined the firm in 1985 and can be reached at pam@fourlawmaine.com.