Beverly Titcomb Bridge

BRIDGE, Beverly Titcomb, 75, Abbot, November 26, 2014. A celebration of life will be held 11 a.m., Wednesday, December 3, at the Funeral Home. Arrangements are in the care of Crosby & Neal Funeral Home, Guiford.

Beverly Titcomb Bridge

    ABBOT – Beverly Titcomb Bridge, 76, passed away November 26, 2014, at her home in Abbot, following a long illness. She was in born in Dexter, March 11, 1938, the daughter of Franklin and Leta (Sawyer) Titcomb.
    She graduated from Piscataquis Community High School in 1956, and the University of Maine in 1960.  Her working career consisted of a number of different experiences. She taught home economics in several school systems. She worked at Titcomb’s General Store in Abbot and the Dexter Credit Union. She was also a member of the Abbot Historical Society.
    She was dedicated to her parents in their lifetimes and loved her children and grandchildren. She loved to read, play cards, sew and quilt. She was a people-person and had a welcoming heart.
    Beverly is survived by a daughter, Melanie S. Bridge of Abbot; two sons, Andrew J. Bridge and his wife, Pam of Wells, and Bradley A. Bridge of VA; four grandchildren, Chandler and Tyler Bridge of Wells, and Maddy and Shophie Bridge of VT; a sister, Charlene Stultz and her husband, Barry of Waterboro; a sister-in-law, Rochelle Titcomb of Abbot; several nieces and nephews.
    She was predeceased by her parents; and two brothers, Ralph and Charles.
    A celebration of life will be held 11 AM, Wednesday, December 3, 2014, at Crosby & Neal, 21 Oak Street in Guilford, with Rev. Ellen Bridge officiating. Spring burial will be in the Evergreen Cemetery in Garland next to her parents.
    In lieu of flowers, friends who wish to contribute to her memory may do so at either the Abbot Historical Society, P.O. Box 105, Abbot, ME 04406, or the R.W. Titcomb Memorial Fund, c/o Town of Abbot, P.O. Box 120, Abbot, ME 04406.
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