Marjorie F. Brewer

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BRIDGEWATER - Marjorie F. Brewer 96, passed away peacefully Wednesday morning July 24, 2019 at Northern Light Aroostook Health Center in Mars Hill. She was born February 22, 1923 in Westfield, the daughter of Clarence and Bernice (Corey) Faulkner. She graduated from ACI in Mars Hill, worked as a welder in Portland at Bath Iron Works during the war, graduated from beautician school, and worked for McCain Foods for ten years. Marjorie enjoyed knitting, watching the Red Sox, and baking. She is survived by three sons; Mark of Mars Hill, Bill and his wife Janet , Rodney and his wife Shelley, all of Bridgewater, a daughter in law Carolyn Brewer of Bridgewater, grandchildren; Jason and his wife Danielle, Brennan and his wife Liz, Will, Logan and his wife Jennifer, Gabrielle and her husband Doug, Sabrina, and Sam. Several great grandchildren, close friends; Jared Young, Kris and Lisa Bradstreet. She was predeceased by her husband George Brewer and a son Robert. A graveside service will be held 9AM Saturday July 27, 2019 at the Smith Cemetery, Bridgewater with Pastor Mitch Ross officiating. Donations may be made in her memory to the American Cancer Society 1 Bowdoin Mill Island #300 Topsham, ME 04086. Online condolences may be shared at www.duncan-graves.com
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Beth Ellingwood
Jul 25, 2019
What a fascinating and amazing lady. My grandmother, Beatrice finnemore surely knew her. So sorry.
Betty Cronkhite
Jul 24, 2019
So sorry for your loss. She was the sweetest lady!
Dawn Charette
Jul 24, 2019
I’m so sorry for your loss
Kris and Lisa
Jul 24, 2019
Missing you. Will think of you often as we watch your favorite Red Sox.
linda king
Jul 24, 2019
was such a special "treat" working nights withe her and donna at mccains.......they sure could keep you awake with all the stories and jokes...R.I.P. "SWEET LADY"....thanks for all the memories......love to all the families