Elizabeth-Skorpen-Obituary

Elizabeth Frackelton Moak Skorpen

Woolwich, Maine

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I am so sorry for your loss. I was a devoted reader of Liesel Moak Skorpen's children's books in the 70's, and her imaginative stories added a great deal of joy to my childhood. Blessings to her whole family, with my gratitude and fond memories.

My heart is full of memories that were created while caring for Liesel. I feel my life was enriched by being a part of hers. Condolences to family and friends.

May light perpetual shine upon her.
She lit up the world around her.

I knew Liesel only through knowing her wonderful daughters, but wish that I had had the chance to know your mother. I'm thinking of you in your bereavement.

Loved this woman who taught me so much about writing, spirituality, family, and friendship! She was a refuge through some difficult challenges in my life. I am forever grateful for her tenacious spirit, encompassing compassion, and dry humor.

Liesel's wonderful mind as reflected in her brilliant books is timeless and imperishable.

Verona Island has not been the same without her, she shared many wonderful evenings at her patio reading and drinking a glass of wine, so sad for your loss, Ginny and Beau

we will remember her on her special mount Dickens and her gentle manner
Lee and Tom Deroche

I am so sorry for your loss.
Liesel and Erling are very special people in our lives. They will always be thought of in a loving way.
I am grateful she is at peace and with Erling again.
Tom Gocze and family

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Elizabeth Frackelton Moak Skorpen WOOLWICH -- Elizabeth Frackelton Moak Skorpen passed-over in her own bed on May 8, 2013. She took a breath and then she did not take another, releasing herself from her body sunk deep with Parkinson's disease. Liesel, as she was known, was finally free. She left...

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