Maurice E. Hilligoss
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I often think of Grampa's puzzles laid out on the card table in the living room of the house on Hazen Street in Norway while a baseball game played at a low volume on the TV. The smell of cigars always reminds me of the many weekends Mikey and I spent with he and Grammie as well. He is missed greatly.
I wish to express my sincere condolences to Mo's family. I've had the pleasure of taking care of him at the Maine Veterans Home this past year. May your good memories be with you and may God's comfort be upon you. Sheila - I send a big hug! Love, Genise
I wish to express my deepest sympathy to the Hilligoss family for the loss of Maurice. The memories that I have of my father Ralph Thomas Jr. spending many a Friday night with Maurice on Henry Lovering's porch in Bolsters mills. They would each enjoy drinking a Black Label beer and talk shop about cars. Maurice was a straight shooter and good neighbor always willing to help. Sincerely, Jimmy Thomas (firstname.lastname@example.org)