Judith Ann Pray

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Milbridge - Judith Ann Pray born April 10, 1943. Died Thursday August 29, 2019 peacefully at Narraguagus Bay HCF in Milbridge, Maine. Judith was born a county girl in East Millinocket. She was very proud to be a descendant of the Scottish McDuff Clan.
Judith worked as a history teacher, a seamstress at Healthtex, the Press Herald, Practice Partners, and other offices concerning doctors and patients. She went to Rickers College for 3 semesters. She grew up riding horses for competition. She loved to sit and watch the ocean in the morning at Bug Light. She was a life member of Corner Stone Chapter #193 Order of the Eastern Star. She had a love of literature, PBS, and owls. She loved to watch the Red Sox play and always complained about the Dodgers moving in 1957, She traveled to Volksmarches all over New England and Canada. She was called Gram and Ma and always had time to take care of her grandchildren.
Her family remembers her kindness, compassion, and her smile. She is survived by 2 sisters Jeanette Dane and Peggy Mahar; two daughters, Carolyn Watson and Elizabeth Baker; five grandchildren, Alexis Irving, Sarah Baker, Andrew Watson, Geoffrey Erskine, and Heather Baker; and one great grandchild, Gwenevere Ruane. She also has nieces and nephews and grandnephews and grandnieces. She will now be reunited with her son Geoffrey Martin in heaven.
Burial was at Cedar Brook Burial Grounds on Boothby Rd in Limington Tuesday September 3, 2019 at 11 a.m..
In lieu of flowers please donate to Narraguagus Bay HCF in memo (fund for resident's Christmas Gifts) at 3 Main St Milbridge, Maine 04658.
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Chris Watson
Sep 14, 2019
Very sorry to hear of Judy’s passing. She would get me the sweetest gifts: Ted Williams fridge magnets, an Ebbets Field diorama, Harley Davidson emblems or anything Red Sox related. She was kind to everyone and was truly unique. I had never heard of a Volks March until she came along. My condolences to her family and friends.
Chris Watson
Sep 14, 2019
Very sorry to hear of Judy’s passing. She would get me the sweetest gifts: Ted Williams fridge magnets, an Ebbets Field diorama, Harley Davidson emblems or anything Red Sox related. She was kind to everyone and was truly unique. I had never heard of a Volks March until she came along. My condolences to her family and friends.