Deane E. Spearin

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Mattawamkeag - Deane E. Spearin, 97 passed away peacefully at Maine Medical Center in Portland, Maine on November 5th.
Deane was born in Monticello, Maine on October 10, 1921, the daughter of Donald & Beatrice (Hare) Williams. She attended Monticello grammar school and graduated from Ricker Classical Institute in 1939.
In 1941 she married Warren C. Spearin. He worked for Wyman-Simpson construction for several years so they traveled around the state for his work. While he served in the US Navy she lived in Mattawamkeag with her parents. Upon his return they remained there.
Deane was a homemaker. She was a 50 year member of the Order of Eastern Star. Mother Advisor of Lincoln Chapter 3 Rainbow Girls 1966-1971. She was a 4-H leader and served on the Mattawamkeag School Board for several years. She enjoyed sewing and knitting for her family. She especially loved spending family time with her extended family at Cold Stream Pond.
She was predeceased by her parents and husband of 56 years.
Deane is survived by her daughter, Sherry Campbell and husband Peter of Parsonsfield, ME. A grandson Brian Campbell and wife Tami; and their children John and Jacob of Jefferson, ME. One granddaughter Kristen Marden and husband Brian and their two children Logan and Lydia of Windham, ME. and several nieces, and nephews.
Visiting hours will be Friday November 9th at 1:00pm followed by a 2:00 service at Clay's Funeral Home in Lincoln.
Those desiring may make a memorial contribution to the Mattawamkeag Methodist Church or a charity of your choice.
Burial will be in the Monticello cemetery at a later date.
Published on November 7, 2018
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