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Winifred "Wini" Ladner, winifred "Wini" Ladner, 88, died on Easter, April 12, 2009, at Augusta Rehabilitation Center, surrounded by her three daughters. She was born on Aug. 23, 1920, in Castle Hedingham, England, the daughter of Mildred (Boreham) and Arthur Frank Sneezum.
During World War II, she worked making parachutes for the Royal Air Force. She later emigrated to America in 1946 after marrying Lorne Wood Ladner, a United States serviceman stationed in England. Despite living in America for most of her adult life, she remained a citizen of Great Britain.
Prior to her retirement, Wini worked at the Gardiner hospital. She was a wonderful cook, avid reader and gardener, Jeopardy enthusiast, and a great mother, wife and friend. She will be greatly missed.
Wini was predeceased by her husband, Lorne; one sister, Dorothy Brown; and three brothers, Arthur, Frank and Stanley Sneezum. She is survived by her daughters, Marilyn Ladner, of South Berwick, Lorna Ladner, of Augusta, and Stacy Ladner and her husband, Michael Hudson, of Gardiner; her two granddaughters, Fiona and Annabel Ladner-Hudson, of Gardiner; her sister, Ivy Heigl and her husband, Richard, of Liverpool, England;. The family would like to thank the wonderful staff of Augusta Rehabilitation Center and Beacon Hospice for the great care and affection shown to Wini, and.
Van Summerin for his medical care. A special thanks to Paula of hospice. She truly made a difference in our mother's final days.
At Wini's request, there will be no funeral service. Following cremation, her ashes will be scattered in accordance with her wishes.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Kennebec Valley Humane Society in Augusta. Murphy., 80, died at his home on the Berry Road in Hartford, on Friday, dress April 10, after a long illness. He was born in Rumford, on Feb.
15, lyrics 1929, the son of Earl. (Noble) Murphy of Mexico. He worked for two years at Diamond National Mill in Peru.
At 18, he went to work at Oxford Paper. (now Boise Cascade Rumford, where he worked for 44 years.