Hazel was home one week after graduating from Erskine Academy June and then went to work at W. Arnold Hardware Store, on Main St. She retired from the Morning Sentinel in January When dating Murray Burpee Cole inshe realized that she may have taken his place as cashier at W.
Arnold Hardware Store inbecause he had left there for a better paying Hannah Monson. Burpee and Hannah Monson raised purebred Boxer dogs, for many years.
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They took their Boxers, after obedience classes, to dog shows as handlers, bred by Hannah Monson, etc. Volunteering at nursing homes with their therapy dogs were special days, to help cheer up the patients. Those that loved dogs had their day made happier by a visit. Visiting Togus V. Hospital with Tickles or Twinkles their hearing ear dogs, helped to cheer up the veterans. Boat rides from Boothbay Harbor were always special days for which to look forward. Hazel liked to sew, knit, crochet, and care for houseplants.
She was deeply religious, reading the Bible and devotions daily. She and her husband Burpee enjoyed woodworking and making items for craft shows. Hannah Monson times together were had taking their puppies on camping trips to Sewall Campground, in Acadia National Park.
Hazel is survived by her sister-in-law, Hazel B. Hannah Monson, of Ohio; and many nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews, and great-grandnieces and great-grandnephews. There will be a graveside service in the summer at Howard Cemetery, in Winslow. She was born in in Embden, to Marjorie and Coney Haskell. She worked for several years as a cook and caregiver for Senior Spectrum.
She was a devoted mother and grandmother, always Hannah Monson the needs of others before her own.
Her greatest loves were God and her family. There will be a graveside service at Sunset Cemetery, in North Anson, in early summer. Details to follow. French, 79, passed away Wednesday, January Hannah Monson,at his home. Albert lived a long life of love and generosity that touched every soul he met. His witty sense of humor and passion for story telling would captivate any room. He would never forget a face no matter where he traveled throughout the country.
His long time trucking career began at the young age of 15 in a logging truck and, not to forget, he took Hannah Monson driving test in a loaded pulp truck on his way to the mill Hannah Monson delivery. He gave up his schooling to provide for his family. He retired at 70 years old from over the road driving as a proud owner operator, and in all that time and all the millions of miles driven he never had an accident. He was able to enjoy 12 years of elk and mule deer hunting in Colorado. Maine deer hunting started at the very young age of 5 with his father teaching him his knowledge and skills, along with guiding him how to fish at all the favorite spots.
He enjoying taking his children and grandchildren to his favorite fishing places and many trips to Canada for those brook trout. Many precious memories were created there over decades with family and friends. Celebration of life will take place Sunday, January 30, at 1 p. Arrangements made by Direct Cremation of Belfast.
He was born to Vernal Hood Jr. Warren, in Winslow. He tried to encourage others to discover their potential. He told many stories of adventures he had with his father and best friend Joe Boucher in his many years in the Boy Scouts from hiking the Appalachian Trail to camping and learning how to cook over the fire, especially his famous peach cobbler in the dutch oven. Chris loved being outdoors, hunting or fishing. His favorite times were trips to camp in Oakfield, with his wife, children, grandchildren, nephews, and especially his dad.
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He enjoyed working at Unity Raceway and watching his nephews and brother-in law race. He and his wife took many rides Hannah Monson for things to photograph, especially sunsets. He also attended New Beginnings Church.
Chris truly Hannah Monson his wife Jean of Hannah Monson years high school sweethearts sincehis son Troy and his daughter Crystal. Also, his grandchildren always looked forward to his many creative bedtime stories! Predeceased by his mother Sylvia A. Hood and grandson Owen. MAYO P. Raised on Long Island, he enlisted in the U. Army at 18 years old. Mayo was a devoted health care professional for 37 years as a nurse anesthetist.
In his spare time, he enjoyed flying his Cessna Skyhawk, riding his Harley Davidson, and Skidoo snowmobiles. He was an avid outdoorsman, fisherman and sharpshooter. Mayo was the epitome of a true family man. Memories and condolences may be shared with the family at directcremationofmaine. Parkhurst, 76, passed away on Friday, January 7, He was born in Hanover, New Hampshire.
He graduated from Woodstock High School, in Vermont, and received an associate degree in landscape architecture from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Peter went on to serve in the U. Navy and was a veteran of the Vietnam War. He retired from Verizon in after 31 years. As a young boy, Peter began hunting with his family in the woods of Vermont, a love he carried with him to the woods of Maine.
He was active with the United Way and sponsored a Special Olympics participant in skiing at Sugarloaf. Peter was always puttering in his workshop and gardens. His gardens and lawn were immaculate. He loved traveling with his wife, family, and their friends.
They traveled to 49 of 50 states and several National Parks. A memorial service will be held this winter in Zephyrhills, Florida, and in the spring in Waterville. He married the love of his life Mary, a love that lasted 68 years. Harland was a Hannah Monson vet who served in the Korean War as an assistant to the postmaster. He liked to joke that everyone liked him because he was the one who would pass out their love letters.
Upon his return, he worked alongside his dad and brother at A. Weeks and Sons — a well respected auto body shop, in Waterville. In their younger years, Harland and Mary loved to go dancing with the company of their friends.
Always the social butterfly, Harland could be seen walking the streets talking to the neighbors and to anyone who would lend an ear. He enjoyed hunting with his brother Maynard and son Chris. He was a great fisherman and loved to take his grandchildren fishing at their camp in Monson. Harland and Hannah Monson loved having their grandchildren at their camp on Great Pond as well.
Harland was always thinking of creative ways to keep the kids occupied. He would create different games on the pool table and dart board, and even came up with an eye spy game for the long drive to Monson. Harland had a love of flowers, and was always proud to show off his blooming buds. He had a green thumb and Hannah Monson blueberry bush that would provide an abundance of blueberries each year.
Harland was very involved at Hannah Monson Pleasant St. Methodist church where he served as head usher. He was predeceased by his wife Mary.
He is survived by his daughter Julie Hannah Monson her husband Bob; grandchildren Tiffany and Danielle and great-grandchildren Avery, Brooklyn, Cole, Landon and Connor; son Chris and wife Janet; grandchildren Amanda and Christopher and great-grandchildren Wyatt and Mikaela; daughter Tammy, husband Roger, grandchildren Timothy and Jonathan, great-grandchildren Hannah, Samuel and Harland; his brother, Maynard and sister-in-law Hannah Monson Jensen.
There will be a spring service with military honors and burial. In lieu of flowers the family asks that if you wish to donate to the Pleasant St. Navy where he served four years. Mike enjoyed playing golf with his favorite adversary, Karen Viens, his sister-in-law. There is Hannah Monson family camp on Sheepscot Lake where all shared several fond memories.
BoxWaterville, ME Janice always wore black, like she was ready for a funeral, when in reality she was the life of the party. She had an incredible love for music, with a magical singing voice that was known by many when she was in a band with her brothers and cousin Jeff. Even though Janice never had full function in her right arm, she never let that stop her.