Velma Parker Libby Craig

Bangor, Maine

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Dear Etta, so sorry to read of your Mom's passing. I have to agree with Natalie, your Mom was a lady in every sense of the word. It was a pleasure to know her. Thoughts and prayers are with you and the family....Jeanne

a lady in the truest sense of the word...

Dear Etta: So very sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. I think of her on the farm and bringing hot coco out to the fields when we were picking potatoes, she was a dear lady. My thoughts and prayers. Deanna-Jo Swett

My thoughts and prayers are with the Libby family. She was a beautiful lady .

we the Turner family are so very sad to hear of your loss

Velma was a very kind woman and will be sadly missed by all who knew her. We always talked about flowers, gardening, and the wildlife. Every time she stopped by, she would show me her beautiful rocks that she had collected to bring to the OxBow Camp. Velma loved The OxBow. With our deepest sympathy,

My grandmother, Velma Hazel Libby Lovley also grew up in Masardis. I think they must have known each other..or the families, at least. Clyde Craig was our neighbor in Ashland until we moved in 1959. I never met your Velma but she looks like sweet lady and it appears she had a good full life. I hope your memories will help fill the spot her passing has left.

I enjoyed getting to know Velma when I worked with the Craigs on her camp in Oxbow back in 1979. She was a nice person to work for. I trust you will cherish the memories.

I have many happy memories of growing up in Masardis with the Parker family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, Etta.


Velma's Obituary

Velma Craig passed away in Bangor, Maine. Funeral Home Services for Velma are being provided by Duncan Graves Funeral Home - Presque Isle. The obituary was featured in BDN Maine on January 10, 2013.