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Glenis Muriel Grant (Worcester)
Jan 11, 1922 - August 2, 1992

Place of Birth:  Columbia Falls, Maine, US
Times of Marriage:
Age of First Marriage: 
Last Name by Marriage:
  Housewife, Sardine Packer
Cause of Death:
 Congested Heart
Place of Death:
  Machias Hospital
City of Death:
  Machias, Maine, US
Burial Place:
  Columbia Cemetery, Columbia, Maine, US
Citizen E Relatives:
 Worcester Orrin Leighton

Created By: Ronie Leighton Strout
Addison, Maine, US
 Tue, 16 Mar 2004 09:27:36 -0800


Provider's Thoughts :
Mom was the daughter of Joel Leeman and Angie (Reynolds) Grant. She graduated from Columbia Falls High School Columbia Falls, Maine, Class of 1940. She was president of the Union Church Society of Columbia, Maine for many years. She worked for L.Ray Packing Co. of Milbridge, Maine for a long time.. She is survived by her husband of 50 years, Orrin Worcester of Columbia, Maine; four sons, Philip and wife Valerie Worcester of Columbia Falls,Maine, Thomas and wife Cheryl Worcester of Columbia, Maine, Bruce Worcester of Prospect, Maine and John and wife Debra Worcester of Columbia, Maine; three daughters, Ronie and husband Carroll Strout of Addison, Maine, Charlene and husband, Barry Ramsdell of Columbia, Maine, Phyllis and husband, William Mewer of Eliot, Maine; one brother Kenneth Grant of Columbia, Maine ; three sisters, Floris Bagley of Addison, Maine, Olive Boyd of Milbridge, Maine, Gladys Wing of New Sharon, Maine. 17 grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by one granddaughter.
Mom enjoyed making quilts with her friends for the Union Church Society and for her children.
She was a hard working person, raising seven children, canning from the big garden that Dad planted, and working as a sardine packer after her youngest child started to school. She would make do with what ever she had.
I can remember calling her collect from Portland, Maine and asking her how to cook something. One time I called and told her that my custard did not taste like her. She told me that she used lemon flavoring in hers not vanilla. She would always seem to call me when I was out to the clothsline hanging out clothes. I would run in only to miss her, and call her back. I said if you let it ring longer than three times I could get in to answer the phone. To this day when I am out hanging out clothes I expect the phone to ring with her on the line asking me what I was up to. I still miss her and love her.

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