BENEDICTA AND ENFIELD - Rebecca "Becca" Gail Lane was taken to be with the Lord unexpectedly on December 20, 2015 with her soulmate, best friend and husband by her side. Rebecca was born on May 9, 1974 in Lincoln, Daughter of Sheldon and Paula (Brown) Frenette.
Rebecca was a 1992 graduate of Mattanawcook Academy and after of Maine State Academey of Hair Design.
Rebecca is survived by her loving husband of 18 years Glenn Lane and her adored children, Sons Joshua (17) and Jacob (13), Daughter little Lacey Grace (6), Grandson Baby Benson, Grandmothers Carolyn Brown and MeMe Frenette, Parents Sheldon and Paula Frenette, Brother Jason Frenette and his Children, "Dad" Terry Lane, "Bub" Travis Lane, Chris and Melissa Lane and thier children, "Sis" Angel Daigle and her husband and Children, Many very special Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Nieces and Nephews, and countless friends who her precious soul touched during her time on this Earth. Rebecca is now re-united with her beloved son Nicholas John Frenette, Grampy Kenneth Brown, Grampy Frenette, "Pops" Mark Ormsby and "Mom" Tracy Lane who all arrived in Heaven before her.
Her children meant the world to her and she spent every minute that she could with them as a loving mother and best friend. Rebecca awed everyone with her Beautician Skills. If you sat in her seat once, you were hooked and nobody else could fill her shoes. She was the best mother, wife, artist, decorator, chef, consoler of a hurting soul, beautifier, and friend that many of us have met. Rebecca could be at place in a high class gathering, or throw her hair under her pink camo hat and sling mud on four wheeler, brook trout fish or fiddleheads as a down home country girl and look like a beautiful Angel doing any of it. I may have complained about waiting on a woman, but you know I would wait for you as long as I had to my Beautiful wife.
For the last few years Rebecca has worked on legalizing Industrial Hemp as an Agricultural Crop for the State of Maine which was signed into law just two days before we lost our oldest son Nick. Her passion was to be able to treat children that had illnesses with natural medicine made from the plant. Rebecca was a giver and would have given all she had to help anybody. She will be greatly missed by all.
A Celebration of Life Gathering will be held at the K of C Hall in Lincoln on Sunday December 27 from 2:00 to 4:30 in the afternoon.
Donations for her children can be sent in lieu of flowers to 102 Sweeney Rd. Benedicta ME, 04733. For a an online guestbook please visit www.clayfuneralhome.com.