Lucy H. Kibbe
(June 16): Lucy H. Kibbe, 86, died Thursday, June 14, 2001 at Shore
Village Nursing Center, Rockland.
Born in Baltimore, Md., Sept. 17, 1914, she was the daughter of George
M. and Alice Roberts Kimberly.
She attended schools in Maryland, graduating from high school there,
and attended Bryn Mawr Prep School before attending Bryn Mawr College.
Mrs. Kibbe continued her education at John Hopkins School of Medicine,
where she met her future husband, Frank Kibbe.
While in schools, she tutored privately for families summer in Maine
and St. Andrews, N.B., where she became an avid sailor.
Following their marriage in Catonsville, Md., Sept. 7, 1940, the couple
honeymooned sailing on Penobscot Bay and about Islands near Mt. Desert
and Blue Hill Bay.
The family moved to the Rockland area in 1947 where she raised three
sons and assisted her husband in his pediatric practice. She served on
the School Board in the Town of Lincolnville where they lived many years.
With her close friend Helga Morse, she enjoyed active service with
the Knox County General Hospital Auxiliary.
In the mid-1970s, with her husband, she began a series of trips that
took them to the far corners of the earth.
From a road trip to Alaska to a "Semester at Sea" that took them on
a cruise around the globe, Mrs. Kibbe saw and experienced much of what
the world has to offer. Sandwiched in between was a nine-year period of
residence in New Zealand.
When she returned to settle in Owls Head, she was a faithful attendant
at the Bay Chamber Concerts. She enjoyed needlepoint, spinning and outdoor
sports including canoeing, hunting and fishing.
Besides her husband of 61 years, Mrs. Kibbe is survived by three sons,
Frank Jr. and his wife Ellen of Harpswell, David and his wife Marilyn of
Bangkok, Thailand, E. Peckham of Pittsfield, N.H.; a sister Alice Wolf
of Pennsylvania, as well as four grandsons.
Services will be held Wednesday, June 20, 2001 at 2 p.m., at the Burpee,
Carpenter & Hutchins Funeral Home, 110 Limerock St., Rockland. Interment
will follow in Maplewood Cemetery, Lincolnville.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made towards a scholarship
fund at Bowdin College, c/o Katharine Billings, 4100 College Station, Brunswick,
04011- 8432 or to the Bay Chamber Concerts, P.O. Box 191, Camden, 04843
Ruth R. Carlson
(June 15): Rockland -- Ruth R. Carlson, 76, died Tuesday, June 12,
2001 at Penobscot Bay
Medical Center in Rockport, after a long illness.
Born in Portland, March 15, 1925, she was the daughter of Arthur H.
and Lurana Lord Robinson.
She was pre-deceased by her husband of 51 years, Carl L. "Swede" Carlson,
who died May 4, 1998.
Surviving are a daughter, two granddaughters, a grandson and two great
Private funeral arrangements are with the Burpee, Carpenter & Hutchins
Funeral Home, 110 Limerock St., Rockland.
Frances Shirley (Pettee) Nash
(June 14): Camden -- Frances Shirley (Pettee) Nash, 83, died Wednesday,
June 13, 2001 at Penobscot Bay Medical Center.
Born on Jan. 7, 1918 in Rockland, she was the daughter of Alden and
Mildred (Flanders) Pettee.
In 1935, she graduated from Rockland High School.
On July 10, 1936, she married Lawerence L. Nash in Rockland. Mrs. Nash
helped her husband run a dairy farm for many years, and was an excellent
After her children were grown, Frances worked another 20 years for
the Clifford Smith family of Rockport.
In their earlier years, the Nashes enjoyed skiing, snowmobiling and
camping, especially at their properties in Elliotsville and on Hobbs Pond.
Frances also enjoyed playing cards, horseshoes, and gardening.
Mrs. Nash especially enjoyed her family, and would hold an annual gathering
where a variety of sports were enjoyed in competition, birthdays were celebrated,
and lobster was served.
Surviving is her husband, Lawrence L. Nash; one son, Lawrence F. Nash
and his wife, Martha Johnston-Nash; one daughter, Janice L. Morong and
her husband, Frank, all of Camden; a sister, Joan Caldwell of Rockland;
three grandchildren, Cary Nash and his wife, Linda Nash; Christopher Morong
and his wife, Delisa, all of Camden; Craig Nash and his wife, Linda of
Swanville; five great-grandchildren, Jess Nash, Scott Nash and Sara Nash;
Joshua Morong and Dylan Morong, all of Camden.
She was predeceased by her brother, Robert Pettee, and her sister,
A graveside service will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, June 16, 2001
at Oak Hill Cemetery, Camden with the Rev. Ralph Miller officiating.
There will be a reception immediately following the service at the
home of Janice & Frank Morong, 51 Rollins Rd., Camden.
Memorial donations may be made to Camden First Aid Association, P.O.
Box 368, Camden, 04843.
Everett M. Jones
(June 13): Cushing -- Everett M. Jones, 80, formerly of Owls Head,
died June 11, 2001, at Togus Veterans Hospital after an extended illness.
Born in Bristol, July 27, 1920, he was one of seven children of Charles
R.L. and Emma F. Hunt Jones.
He moved to Owls Head, at an early age and resided at Ballahac Point
there until moving here in 1999.
A World War II veteran, he was a Bronze Star recipient.
Mr. Jones worked as a lobsterman/clam digger all his career. For several
years he operated Knox County Dog Shelter at his home.
An avid gardener, he also raised cattle and did woods work with a team
On Dec. 22, 1962, he married Diane Curtis in Rockland. She died Dec.
He was also pre-decease by a son Timothy D. Jones, October 3, 1999.
He is survived by one brother, Earl F. Jones and his wife Lorraine
of Cushing; two grandsons Everett F. and Timothy Jones both of Rockland;
two nieces, Joyce Grindle and her husband Wesley, with whom he lived and
Lynda Orth and her husband Charles of Pennsylvania; four nephews, Randall
Miller of Pennsylvania, Ricky Harlow and his wife Joan of Thomaston, Scott
Jones and his wife Mary of Perry, Jay Jones and his wife Kay of Warren.
Private services are under the direction of the Burpee, Carpenter &
Hutchins Funeral Home, 110 Limerock St., Rockland.
Gretchen R. Knight
(June 13): Rockland -- Gretchen R. Knight, 61, died Tuesday, June 12,
2001, at Penobscot Bay Medical Center in Rockport after a brief illness.
Born here, March 14, 1940, she was the daughter of Robert and Barbara
Jordan Russell. Moving to Union at an early age, she was educated in local
schools and was a 1958 graduate of Union High School.
She served in the Texas Air and later in Maine Air National Guard.
In May 1983, she married Wayne D. Knight in Rockland.
She resided a few years in Connecticut, before returning to the midcoast
area. She worked as a certified nurses assistant at area health care facilities.
For the past 15 years, until the time of her illness, she served as a driver
with Coastal Trans.
A friend to many, Mrs. Knight was bolstered during her illness by the
support of her many friends.
Mrs. Knight's brother, Lynn Russell, was killed in Vietnam in November
Other than her husband of Rockland, Mrs. Knight is survived by two
sons, Gary Gilbert and David Gilbert and one step-son, Timothy W. Ward,
all of Rockland; one daughter, Michelle Russell of Brewster, N.Y.; one
step-daughter, Michelle Cynthia Hoffses of Owls Head; 13 grandchildren
and several nieces and nephews.
Visiting hours will be held from 6 to 8 p.m., Friday, June 15 at the
Burpee, Carpenter & Hutchins Funeral Home, 110 Limerock St., Rockland,
where a celebration of Mrs. Knight's life will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Bob Gagnon
Cancer Care Fund, c/o Northeast Health, 22 White St., Rockland, 04841.
Zachary Lawrence Fowler
(June 11): Belfast -- Zachary Lawrence Fowler, age 3, died Saturday,
June 9, 2001 at Maine Medical Center.
Born in Belfast on June 8, 1998, he was the son of Paul T. Fowler,
Jr. and Margaret "Meg" (DiGiovanne) Fowler.
At an early age, Zachary learned how to entertain his family and friends
through showing off his toys and enjoying life.
He had a strong desire to know how things were constructed and how
they worked. Zachary loved his trains, playing on the computer, watching
videos and television.
During his stay at Maine Medical Center, Zacharyís nurses presented
him with a badge for being the "resident flirt."
In spite of his illness, he demonstrated courage, love, compassion,
inspiration to his family and caregivers.
In May 2001, Zachary and his family enjoyed a vacation to Disney World
through the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Maine. He had been appointed honorary
town constable for the Town of Lincolnville and honorary fireman for the
Town of Camden.
Surviving are his parents, Paul & Meg Fowler of Waldo; maternal
grandparents, Lawrence and Margaret DiGiovanne of Lincolnville; paternal
grandparents, Leah Loguercio of Gardiner; Paul T. Fowler, Sr. of Lake Placid,
N.Y.; greatgrandparents, Margaret Carney of Maple Shade, N.J.; Gilormo
and Mildred DiGiovanne of Moorestown, N.J.; and Thomas and Mary Fowler
of Gardiner; one uncle, Larry A. DiGiovanne of Moorestown, N.J.; and numerous
cousins, great-aunts and great-uncles.
Visiting hours will be 6 to 8 p.m., Wednesday, June 13, 2001 at the
Robert E. Laite Funeral Home, 9 Mountain St., Camden.
A Mass of the Angels will be celebrated 11 a.m., Thursday, June 14,
2001 at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church Street, 47 Court St., Belfast,
with the Rev. Chris Piscelli officiating.
A reception will be held at the church immediately following the service.
Burial will be at 3 p.m. Thursday, in Maplewood Cemetery, Lincolnville.
The family suggests memorial donations be made in his memory to Make-A-Wish
Foundation of Maine, 87 Elm St., Camden, 04843; Maine Childrenís Cancer
Program, 100 U.S. Rt. 1, Unit 107, Scarborough, 04074; or the Ronald McDonald
House, 250 Bracket St., Portland, 04102. Envelopes will be available at
Hollis Eaton Blastow
(June 11): Rockland -- Hollis Eaton Blastow, 76, died June 10, 2001,
at Penobscot Bay Medical Center in Rockport, after a brief illness.
He was the husband of Barbara Elwell Blastow. They were married for
He was born in Stonington,. Aug. 22, 1924, the son of Harry Alvin and
Eliza Fulton Shepard Blastow.
He attended Oceanville Schools and moved to Rockland in 1939 and worked
for F.J. O'Hara and Sons in Rockland for 16 years. He moved to Thomaston
and was self employed as a general contractor for 50 years.
He retired to Rockland two years ago.He attended the Thomaston Baptist
Church and was the caregiver of his siblings and family.He was a hard worker
and cared for his grandchildren.
He enjoyed wintering in Florida and his gardens. He attended family
gatherings and loved to dance, earning the nickname "Old Crazy Legs."
He was known for the Christmas lights on his front lawn on Old County
He was predeceased by a brother, Cecil Shirley Blastow, and a nephew
both killed in a fishing accident when a torpedo dragged up in a fishing
Survivors include his wife of Rockland, two sons, Clifford and wife
Cindy Blastow of Bangor and Robert and wife Mi-Ja Blastow of Bangor; one
daughter, Mrs.Katherine and husband Philip Flagg, Jr. of Bangor; one brother,
Arnold G. Blastow of Washington; five grandchildren, Ann, Susan, Autumn,
Amanda, and Ho-Jin; two great grandchildren, Benjamin and Philip and several
nieces and nephews.
Visiting hours will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Davis Funeral Home
35 Knox St., Thomaston.
There will be no funeral services. Burial will be private.
Marcia Anne Krause
(June 11): Spruce Head Island -- Marcia Anne Krause, 65, retired educator,
died Saturday, June 9, 2001 at Penobscot Bay Medical Center after a brief
Born in New Britain, Conn., May 24, 1936, she was the daughter of Frank
J. and Anne Gavelek Spring.
Educated in public schools, she was a 1954 graduate of New Britain
High School and a 1958 graduate of Teachers College of Connecticut, all
in New Britain. During that same year, the Polinaise Club of New Britain,
gave a Debutant Ball at the Ball Minuet in her honor.
While in high school, she sang with the "Starlets," a girls octet,
and in college sang with "The College Singers." She was listed in Who's
Who in American Colleges and Universities and inducted into Kappa Delta
On Aug. 1, 1959, she married Arthur A. Krause in New Britain. They
made their home in Essex three years before moving to Chester, Conn..
For more than 27 years, she taught second grade at the Kathleen E.
Goodwin School in Old Saybrook, Conn. school system.
In 1958, she received a UNESCO Scholarship to spend the summer studying
in Mexico and in 1976 she was honored as teacher of the year.
Since spending their honeymoon in 1959, sailing aboard the schooner
Adventure out of Rockland, Mrs. Krause had spent many summers in the
midcoast and moved here permanently in 1984 after her retirement.
In July of 1966, she served as the only female member of the crew of
the Schooner Emma C. Berry on its centennial cruise into Noank, Conn.
She was a member of the Hiram G. Berry Civil War Roundtable.
Mrs. Krause was pre-deceased by a brother, David A. Spring in 1997.
Other than her husband, she is survived by one brother Philip J. Spring
and his wife Karen of East Lyme, Conn.; one sister, Susan Spring Gelb and
her husband Robert of Nyack, N.Y.; one sister-in-law Rita M. Spring of
Old Lyme, Conn.; nieces and nephews Rebecca A. Relyea, Casey Y. Spring,
Melissa E. Mountzoures, Jeffrey Cooney, Wendy Spring Gelb and one grand
nephew, Quinn P. Relyea.
A celebration of Mrs. Krause's life will be held at 3 p.m., Saturday,
June 23, at the Burpee, Carpenter & Hutchins Funeral Home, 110 Limerock
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to either the Knox
County Meals on Wheels, 20 Bartlett St., or St. Bernard's Catholic Church
Soup Kitchen, 150 Broadway, Rockland, 04841.
Marjorie T. Winchenpaw
(June 10): Friendship -- Marjorie T. Winchenpaw, 96, wife of the late
Ralph E. Winchenpaw, died Monday, June 4, 2001, at Fieldcrest Manor, Waldoboro.
Born in Framingham, Mass., July 11, 1904, she was the daughter of Eugene
A. and Mabel Sackett Clark. She was educated in Framingham schools and
attended Simmons College in Boston.
In 1924, she graduated from Framingham State College and attended her
75th class reunion in 1989. Her post graduate work was done at the University
of Maine, Orono. A career educator, Mrs. Winchenpaw taught in Milton, Mass.,
Red Bank, N.J., Hartford, Conn., and Maine schools in Nobleboro, Cushing,
Friendship, and Manchester. She retired in 1967.
A determined, strong woman, Mrs. Winchenpaw spent her early summers
lobstering here with her lifelong friend, Helen Baird. During World War
II, the women trained in firearms handling and served as coastal submarine/aircraft
spotters. Mrs. Winchenpaw was a charter and founding member of the Friendship
Women's Auxiliary Fire Department (WAFD) and served as town treasurer.
She married Ralph E. Winchenpaw in 1928. They ran Wehinahpay, a boys
and girls camp at their Friendship home for several years.
Mr. And Mrs. Winchenpaw made their home in Augusta for many years while
he served in the Maine Legislature. During this time she worked for the
Maine State Bureau of Taxation before returning to her teaching career.
Following her retirement, she continued her pursuit of education and community
service as a school board member for the Friendship School and SAD 40.
She raised, bred, and showed both Persian and Maine Coon cats with
her daughter, Deborah Winchenpaw-Wescott. She was primarily interested
in preserving the Maine Coon breed and was a founding member of the Down
East Cat Club.
Mrs. Winchenpaw was a longtime member of the Friendship United Methodist
Church. There she utilized her talents as a pianist and organist in addition
to being involved in fundraising activities. Her other personalinterests
extended to art, literature, and collecting antiques.
Mrs. Winchenpaw was predeceased by her husband in 1965. In addition
to her daughter, Deborah and her husband Irving G. Wescott, she is survived
by her grandson Jai Paul Wescott, all of Freeport. Two nieces and a sister-in-law,
Elizabeth Winchenpaw, also survive.
A memorial service will be held on July 14 at 2 p.m. at Friendship
United Methodist Church. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be
made to the Friendship Ambulance Service, c/o Phyllis Conary, Treasurer,
P.O. Box 88, Friendship, 04547.
Georgie Nadler Stanley Hall
(June 9): Georgie Nadler Stanley Hall, 87, resident of Camden and Rockport,
died May 22, 2001, at Windward Gardens, Camden.
Born in Ensenada, Puerto Rico, June 11, 1913, she was a daughter of
Harry A. Nadler and Georgie Robertson Nadler.
Fluent in Spanish, she was educated in Puerto Rico and Baton Rouge,
Louisiana, and received her BA with a double major in English and Spanish
at Louisiana State University in 1935, returning to Puerto Rico to teach
English there until 1938 when she married John B. Stanley, a lieutenant
in the United States Army.
In l940, she moved to West Point, N.Y., where Lt. Stanley taught English
at the United States Military Academy; from 1942 to 1945 they were assigned
to duty at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. and began to spend summers
in Rockport, where the Stanleys owned a house known as The Boat Barn on
Georgie Stanley and her husband lived in Caracas, Venezuela, from 1947-50
and returned to the Washington, D.C., area from 1950-54, with summers once
again in Rockport.
In l954, Col. Stanley was assigned to duty in Korea; Mrs. Stanley and
her daughter Marianne spent seven months in Rockport, where Marianne attended
school; they joined Col. Stanley in Japan in 1955. In 1960, Col. Stanley
retired from the army and became advisor to Fujita Kanko, a Japanese conglomerate.
Mrs. Stanley taught English at a Japanese university as well as to
small groups in her home. She was president for some years of Ikebana International,
a society devoted to Japanese flower arranging.
In 1966, the Stanleys separated, and Georgie Stanley moved to Venice,
Calif., to be near her daughter. There she taught English as a Second Language
and received her realtor's license in 1968.
In 1974, the Stanleys were divorced; in 1974 Georgie Stanley married
E. Hamilton Hall, former owner and editor of the Camden Herald, and a longtime
friend. They lived in Tallulah, La., until l978, when Mr. Hall died.
In l979, Mrs. Hall began to spend summers in Rockport and Camden, and
became a resident of Maine in l991. In l997 she moved to Windward Gardens
Predeceased by her younger brother Harry A. Nadler, who died in l965,
she is survived by her sister Elizabeth Buckner and her brother-in-law
Louis Buckner of Tallulah, La., who were married in Camden in l950.
She is also survived by her daughter Marianne Stanley Griffith and
her husband John Griffith, teachers at Los Angeles City College, who spent
summers in Spruce Head from 1991 to 2000, and lately in Cushing where they
plan to retire in 2002.
She is also survived by eight nieces and nephews, many grand-nieces
and nephews, as well as by Mr. Hall's children, Mark Hall Bok and her husband
Tony Bok, and Doug Hall, all of Camden, and Elizabeth Hall Baker; seven
step-grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held in July.
Dallas F. Taylor, Sr.
(June 7): Warren -- Dallas F. Taylor, Sr., 79, passed away June 4,
2001 in Rockport.
Dallas was born Aug. 3, 1921 in East Boston, Mass., the son of Albert
and Mabel Tyler Taylor.
He was the Past Grand Master of the I.O.O.F. of the Commonwealth of
He was a faithful volunteer at the Owls Head Museum and belonged to
the Odd Fellows Hall in Warren.
He enjoyed yard work and riding the back 40 on his riding lawn mower.
He loved to watch basketball, hockey and car racing and was a big fan of
He was the beloved husband of Doris Ford Taylor, his wife of 52 years,
who passed away in 1995 and by his brother, brother, William Taylor.
He is survived by son, Dallas F. Taylor, Jr. of Billerica, Mass.; a
daughter, Judith Meinhardt and her husband George of Winthrop, Mass.; grandchildren,
Craig Meinhardt of Medford, Mass., Denise Nealon of Malden, Mass.; great
grandchildren, Craig Nealon of Malden, Mass., Sarah Anne Meinhardt of Medford,
Mass.; brother, Albert Taylor of Hanover, Mass.; sister, Mabel Jane St.
George of Winthrop, Mass.
Visiting hours will be held from 4 to 8 p.m., Sunday, June 10, 2001
at the Maurice W. Kirby Funeral Home, 210 Winthrop Street, Winthrop, Mass.
A funeral service will be held at 10 a.m., Monday, June 11, 2001 at
the Maurice W. Kirby Funeral Home.
Robert E. Gledhill
(Jan 10): Rockland -- Robert E. Gledhill, 61, died Jan. 5, 2001 at
Beth Israel Deaconness Medical Center, Boston, Mass., after a brief illness.
Born Dec. 2, 1939, and raised in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, he was the
son of Alfred E. and Grace Gledhill.
He was educated in Oshawa schools.
He came to the United States in 1973 and on July 6, 1974, married Emilie
J. Olson in Melrose, Mass. With his family, Mr. Gledhill lived in Rockland
for the past 11 years.
A leather finisher for more than 34 years, Mr. Gledhill worked several
years at Camden Tanning.
A devoted family man, Mr. Gledhill's primary goal was the care of and
involvement with his family.
Besides his wife of Rockland, Mr. Gledhill is survived by one son Jarrod
E. of Rockland, one daughter Audra L. Gledhill of Portland, one sister
Barbara Wilson of Oshawa, Ontario and one grandson Zachary E. Gledhill
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 12, 2001 at
Burpee, Carpenter & Hutchins Funeral Home, 110 Limerock St., Rockland.
Interment will be in Achorn Cemetery. The Reverend Jonathan Hayes will
Memorial donations may be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Fund, Portland
Maine Chapter, P.O. Box 426, Westbrook, 04092.
(July 12): Katherine (Hunt) Marstaller, 92, widow of the Rev. Charles
Marstaller, went to be with her Lord, Tuesday, July 10, 2001 at Penobscot
Bay Medical Center.
Born in Charleston on July 3, 1909, she was the daughter of Nathan
H. and Harriet (Fuller) Hunt, the youngest of seven children. She attended
Northfield School in Northfield, Mass. and was a 1929 graduate of Darien
High School in Darien, Conn. In 1933, she graduated from Gordon College,
earning a bachelorís degree. At Gordon, she played basketball all four
years, and met her future husband, Charles A. Marstaller. They were married
in South Portland on Oct. 17, 1933.
Following Mr. Marstallerís ordination as a Baptist minister in 1933,
they moved to their first parsonage in Martinsville, where they served
at the Ridge Church, the First & Second Baptist Churches of St. George,
and the Port Clyde Baptist Church. Their following years in ministry were
at Littlefield Memorial Baptist Church in Rockland, and the Owls Head Baptist
Church, where they served for 9 years. For 15 years they served at the
Essex Street Baptist Church in Bangor; one year for the Seacoast Mission
in Bar Harbor, and the Lamoine and Trenton churches.
In 1970 after Rev. Marstallerís retirement from active ministry, they
moved to Camden purchasing a home at 56 Washington Street. There, they
joined the Chestnut Street Baptist Church, where Mrs. Marstaller was active
in many church activities including Chadavae, Ladies Mission Circle, the
Ann Judson Mission Circle, teaching Sunday school, and Vacation Bible School.
For the last thirty years, she faithfully served the weekly nursing home
ministry at the Camden Nursing Home and the Windward Gardens, playing the
piano. Kay was also dedicated to the churchís Maine State Prison Ministry,
where she provided inspiration and encouragement to many.
At the age of 50, she attended the University of Maine where she received
her teaching certificate in elementary education. She taught school in
Bangor, Bar Harbor, and Rockland before retiring at the age of 65.
At age 72, Mrs. Marstaller joined a group from the Maine Baptist Convention,
traveling to Haiti as part of a work group that built a school auditorium
out of concrete blocks.
Throughout her life, Kay remained very active and committed to serving
the American Baptist Churches, USA. Kay served on the ABC Mission Board,
and attended many national and state conventions annually.
Through her unselfish acts of kindness, unconditional love, and inspiration,
she always put the needs of others before her own. Kay touched and influenced
the lives of many, regardless of their age. Her home was known as "Kayís
Place" with an open door policy to all who entered, with endless amounts
of food and games to be enjoyed by all.
She was a very special friend to all who knew her. Over the years,
her Christmas card mailing list grew so large, it became necessary to start
writing them in October.
Surviving are five nieces, Helen Tapley of Gorham; Shirley Moyle and
her husband, Wallace of Harwich, MA; Dorothy Cleveland of South Portland;
Harriet Currie and her husband, William of Yarmouth; Charlotte Starr and
her husband, Paul of Texas; one nephew, Nathan Johnson and his wife, Frances
of New Mexico; one brother-in-law, David Marstaller of Lisbon Falls; four
sisters-in-law, Esther Marstaller, Lena Marstaller, Betty Marstaller; and
Ruth Taylor, all of Lisbon Falls; and many great-nieces and nephews. Seven
brothers and sisters predeceased her. Her husband, the Rev. Charles Marstaller,
passed away January 29, 1972.
Visiting hours will be 6-8PM, Saturday, July 14, 2001, at the Chestnut
Street Baptist Church, 29 Chestnut Street, Camden. The Celebration of her
Life will be 2p.m., Sunday, July 15, 2001, at the church with the Rev.
Wayne Wallace officiating. A reception will be held immediately following
the service at the church. Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery, Camden.
The family suggests memorial donations be made to the Rev. Charles
Marstaller Scholarship Fund, c/o Chestnut Street Baptist Church, P.O. Box
833, Camden, Maine 04843.