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Maxine Luella (Pease) Olin

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HANOVER, N.H. -- Maxine Luella Pease Olin died Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2004, at Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Hanover. Born Jan. 27, 1934 in East Arlington, Vt., she was the daughter of Hershey G. and Bessie L. (Jones) Pease.

She attended Arlington Elementary and High School.

Maxine married Joseph C. Harrington Nov. 20, 1950. Mr. Harrington died Oct. 6, 1954, while serving in the U.S. Navy.

She married Stuart W. Thompson Sept. 14, 1957. Mr. Thompson died Sept. 3, 1987 of a long illness.

She married Robert M. Olin Feb. 5, 1994.

She worked two and a half years at the Union Carbide Corp. in Bennington, Vt., then 25 years at Hale Company in East Arlington, Vt. She delivered Pennysavers for 10 years. She retired after 10 years with the Bennington Area Home Health Agency.

She was predeceased by father, mother, a son, Sterling R. Harrington, and a sister, Elizabeth M. Pease. Survivors include her husband, Robert M. Olin, at the Vermont Veterans Home in Bennington; her mother-in-law, Anna Barton of North Bennington; a son, Stuart S. Thompson of Arlington; two sisters, Emily M. Pease of Sunderland and Shirley A. Nelson and her husband, Melvin G. Nelson of East Ryegate, Vt.; five step-children, Donna Browe and husband Tom, Darlene Jaenecke of Bennington, Vt., Noel Olin and wife Leslie of Newport, Vt., Rick Olin and wife Darcy of North Bennington, Vt. and Denise Olin-Hrbek and husband Jeremy of Evanston, Wyo; four grandchildren, Brian Harrington of Nashville, Tenn., Kathy Lynn Thompson of Connecticut, Erin Minor of Bennington, Vt., Samuel S. Thompson of Granville, N.Y. and step-grandson Michael Hoyt of Pownal, Vt.; nine step-grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, and three step-great-grandchildren; two aunts, Betty (Pease) Jones, at Bennington Health and Rehabilitation Center, and Shirley (Jones) Stone at Centers for Living and Rehabilitation, Bennington; several cousins; and a special lifelong friend, Bette Lancour of Hartford, N.Y.

Contributions may be made to Manchester Health Service and Dartmouth Hitchcock Pain Clinic.
Published in Bennington Banner on Sept. 30, 2004
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