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Nola Mae Wilson

Old Town, Maine

May 27, 1927 – Oct 6, 2014


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Brenda, so sorry about your mom! She was a beautiful & kind person. We shared many good times. Shall miss her very much. Pat Cyr

Brenda, my heart goes out to you & your family. I just heard about your mom yesterday after I had just left a message on her voice mail. Called a friend who informed me. She was the greatest & kindest friend I had the pleasure of knowing. God Bless!
Pat Cyr

brenda this is aunt marion you probly dont even remember be but used to be married to your uncle robert im so sorry abou your mom she and i used to talk once in a while id call heriloved her aunt marion marion adams now

To Brenda, Ronnie and Jodie.. I am so sorry to hear about Nola. She was a very special lady to all who knew her.
God Bless you all and know you are in my thoughts and prayers.

We were sorry to hear of Nola's passing. She lived every moment to the fullest and has earned her reward! Love, Kemp and Debbie

We are so sorry for your loss. Nola was not only our Cedar Street neighbor for several years but also became a very good friend. She was a special person and always had a smile and hug for everyone. We especially enjoyed playing cards with her and Mrs. Brisley. There was always much laughter.

So sorry to hear about your loss. Jodie and Brenda, my thoughts and prayers are with you.

Mona Martin

Brenda and family,
Winston and Nancy Mahan,

So sorry to read of Nola this morning in the paper.
Nola and the Mahans were our adopted parents when our son, Paul was critically injured in a car accident back in July of 1995. We were there when her husband Elmer passed. Nola still came to support us after regardless of how painful it must have been to come to the hospital...I know she is a special ANGEL sitting next to GOD. Nola we will never forget your compassion and love....

I am so sorry for your families loss. Nola was a gracious, caring lady. I was in the card club with her and she always had a warm smile, lots of laughter and a big hug for us all. She will be missed.
God bless,
Naomi Allen