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Gwenith N. Gee, obituary | PenBay Pilot

WASHINGTON — Gwenith Neal Gee handed away March 25, 2021, at the age of 91 at Pen Bay right after a interval of declining well being.

She was born October 19, 1929 in Dexter to Joel Neal and Doris Martin Neal she was the youngest kid.

Right after graduating from Hartland Academy, Course of 1948, she married her higher college sweetheart, Thomas B. Gee. Devoted wife, amazing mother to her 5 sons and adoring grandmother to her five grandchildren and excellent grandchildren. Gwen and Tom moved to Marblehead, Massachusetts and elevated their younger boys. All through the twenty a long time they lived in Marblehead, Gwen liked taking part in softball with the Women’s Softball League and bowling with the Women’s Bowling League.

Gwen and Tom returned to Maine and operated their very own organization, Gee’s Egg Farm, in Washington for many decades. Family and household ended up the enjoys of her existence and she took lots of family images. Every month, she designed confident to enhance her residence for holidays, specially for Christmas with intensive decorations and heaps of provides for all to open.

In her retirement, Gwen took satisfaction in dwelling on the lake, feeding birds, watching wildlife, and the arrival of ducks every spring. She loved watching her grandson, Cale, playing in basketball video games and observing a lot of dance recitals of her granddaughter, Curry, and excellent granddaughter, Avery Wing.

She is survived by her sons, Timothy Gee of Union, Scott Gee and Julie Sells of Rockport, Maine, Douglas Gee and his wife Joy of Washington, and Brian Gee of Washington sister-in-regulation, Kitty Gee, Chesterville five
grandchildren, Thomas Gee, Adam and his wife Dawn, Katie Wing, Curry Jo Gee, and Cale Gee five good-grandchildren quite a few nieces, nephews, and cousins.

She is predeceased by her spouse, Tom Gee son Randall Gee and daughter-in-legislation, Cindy Gee toddler brother, Harland and 3 sisters: Velma “Binga” Sawyer, Geraldine Plummer, and Pauline Stark.

Private graveside services in the spring. In lieu of bouquets, remember to ship donations to American Most cancers Modern society or the American Heart Association.

Preparations are entrusted to Hall Funeral Home, 949 Primary Street, Waldoboro.

Condolences may be shared with the household at www.hallfuneralhomes.com