NOBLEBORO — Margaret Wellman went residence to be with the Lord on June 26 just after a prolonged challenging-fought battle with dementia and hip problems.
She was the daughter of Ainsley Hooper Moody and Thelma Benner Moody. She was born and lifted in North Nobleboro on a farm with numerous animals and animals.
She attended the Tennyson 1-place schoolhouse in North Nobleboro and graduated from Waldoboro Significant University in 1952. She labored at Stahl’s Tavern all through her substantial college yrs and then labored for Genthner's Service station as a bookkeeper for various many years. She worked at Sylvania in Waldoboro where she did high-quality control tests on bulb filaments. She married Lester J. Wellman, Jr. of Waldoboro in 1956. They created a home jointly subsequent to her homestead in North Nobleboro.
She has a single son, Mitchell Wellman, who was born in 1966. At that time she became a stay-at-household mother. She was a Particular Education and learning assistant for a though and then went back to Genthner’s service station as a element-time bookkeeper. In 1984 she commenced working for 1st Countrywide Bank in Damariscotta as a evidence operator, retiring in 1999.
For the duration of high college she took traveling lessons in an Aeronca Champ with Arthur Harjula by way of the Penobscot Traveling Provider on the grass runway at the rear of in which Dave’s Cafe was in Thomaston (in close proximity to Applebees now).
She and her spouse experienced various antique cars such as a 1958 Ford Hardtop Retractable, a 1946 armed forces Jeep, and a 1959 Willy’s Cabover Jeep. They were users of the Maine Out of date Vehicle League and the Owl’s Head Transportation Museum considering the fact that the mid 1970s.
She was a Lifetime Member of the Owl’s Head Transportation Museum and an lively volunteer there for 16 several years. She relished her “museum family” really substantially. She was a founding member of the Nobleboro Historic Modern society. She was a clogger for several several years with Steppin’ Out Cloggers and Schooner City Cloggers of Union. She clogged at a variety of fairs but savored clogging at nursing households the best.
She is predeceased by her partner, Lester and brother, Donald A. Moody.
She is survived by her son, Mitchell of North Nobleboro her sister, Marian Swift of Jefferson sister-in-legislation, Murtel Simmons of Cushing a number of nieces, nephews and cousins. The future doorway neighbors were viewed as her “extended family” and their youngsters, Scotty and Izzy, affectionately termed her “Grammit.”
A time of visitation will be held at Hall’s Funeral Household in Waldoboro on Thursday, July 8, from 5 – 7 p.m.
A funeral assistance will be held at Hall’s Funeral Property on Friday, July 9, at 2 p.m. All are welcome.
Interment will be in the Moody Cemetery near her homestead on East Pond Rd with a private graveside company.
She experienced a good like of animals. Donations in her memory might be built to the Animal Shelter of your selection.
Arrangements are entrusted to Corridor Funeral House, 949 Most important Avenue, Waldoboro. Condolences may possibly be shared with the household at www.hallfuneralhomes.com