Elizabeth Chadbourne

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Elizabeth W. Chadbourne
1914 - 2017
OAKLAND - Elizabeth W. Chadbourne, 102, much loved mother, grandmother, aunt and great aunt, died July 30, 2017 at Lakewood Continuing Care in Waterville. She was born in Sidney on Dec. 17, 1914, the daughter of Dr. Edmund and Effie (Cowan) Williams.
Elizabeth graduated from Williams High School, Farmington Normal, and attended Thomas College.
She was a secretary at Keyes Fibre Company, was a substitute teacher in Oakland, and was assistant librarian at Oakland Public Library. Elizabeth attended the Oakland-Sidney United Methodist Church where she greatly enjoyed playing the organ and piano and singing along with son, Lynn, in the choir. She was a volunteer at MaineGeneral Medical Center for many years, and was a member of the Oakland Garden Club and the Oakland Tuesday Club.
Elizabeth was predeceased by sons Gilbert and Lynn. Surviving are a son, Bruce Chadbourne of Albion, a daughter, Robin Chadbourne of Winslow; and a grandson, Ethan Beach of Corinna; as well as her beloved nieces and nephew, Roberta, Suzie, Cynthia, and Timothy; and grand nieces and nephews.
The family appreciates and cannot thank Lakewood Continuing Care Center enough for their loving and supportive care to Elizabeth during the years she lived with them. Elizabeth often commented on how kind and helpful all the staff were to her.
The family also wishes to thank Maine General Hospice for their helpful care in her last days.
In keeping with Elizabeth's wishes services will be private. An online guestbook may be signed and memories shared at www.lawrybrothers.com
Arrangements are by Lawry Brothers-Wheeler, 26 Church St., Oakland, ME.

In lieu of flowers, memorial
donations may be made to:
The Hemophilia Foundation
820 First Street NE
Suite 720
Washington, DC 20002










Published in Central Maine on Aug. 4, 2017