In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Kennebec Valley Humane Society in Augusta. He is survived by his wife, Beverly; son, Jeffrey Murphy and his wife, Joyce, of Strong; daughters, Eileen Gondron of The Woodlands, Texas, and Maureen Wheeler and husband, Charles, of Hartford; brother, Larry D.
Winifred "Wini" Ladner Winifred "Wini" Ladner, 88, died on Easter, April 12, 2009, at Augusta Rehabilitation Center, surrounded by her three daughters. 23, 1920, in Castle Hedingham, England, the daughter of Mildred (Boreham) and Arthur Frank Sneezum.
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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. He worked for two years at Diamond National Mill in Peru. (now Boise Cascade), Rumford, where he worked for 44 years. 23, 2008, he and his wife, the former Beverly Berry, celebrated 60 years of marriage. Murphy's home in 1980, to take care of her parents and the farm.
She was a wonderful cook, avid reader and gardener, Jeopardy enthusiast, and a great mother, wife and friend. Wini was predeceased by her husband, Lorne; one sister, Dorothy Brown; and three brothers, Arthur, Frank and Stanley Sneezum. He recently celebrated his 80th birthday with his family. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping, snowmobiling, watching races at the Oxford Plains or on TV.
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.
She taught all of us how to love unconditionally, enjoy life, and above all care for each other.