She was good at everything she did and was always willing to learn something new.She taught all of us how to love unconditionally, enjoy life, and above all care for each other.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; and many nieces and nephews in England and the States. She truly made a difference in our mother's final days. He also liked to read, watch the birds and feed them.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 to Dr. At Wini's request, there will be no funeral service. Murphy Jr., 80, died at his home on the Berry Road in Hartford, on Friday, April 10, after a long illness. He enjoyed kennel club meetings and dog shows, especially when one of the two family dogs were in it.
Lorna was a wonderful, loving, fun, and creative daughter, sister, wife, mother, and grandmother.
She will be greatly missed by those who are left behind: Peter K.
Cain, husband; Crystal Cain Castro, daughter; Brian Castro, son-in-law; Ethan and Elijah Castro, grandsons; Nancianne Woodward, sister; Frank Woodward, brother-in-law; 5 treasured nieces and nephews; 13 great nieces and nephews; Kim Abbott, adopted daughter and her family; and a myriad of people she has touched along the way.
Lorna was passionate and dedicated to whatever project she embraced in life.
She left home to study English Composition at Keene State College for 2 years before returning to Newbury to support her family in tough times. started a family, and set forth working together t. In 1971, Lorna and her family hit the road, traveling up the east coast to Prince Edward Island, researching family heritage, and living in a camper for almost a year- all the while enjoying the adventure.
She enjoyed being able to care for her daughter while running the boarding home and regularly provided childcare for many other children and friends.