In Memoriam : Eunice Hurd

Eunice Hurd Eunice Marion Hurd - age: 94
(August 21, 1918 to July 07, 2013 )
Resident of Falmouth, Maine

Visitation Information:
A memorial service will be held Friday July 12, 2013 at 10:00 am at the West Falmouth Baptist Church. Coffee to follow at 11:00am. A graveside service will be held Friday 1:00PM st the Goodwins Mills Cemeteryin Lyman . Rev. Mack will officiate. Dennett, Craig & Pate 365 Main St, Saco are in charge of the arrangements.

Obituary:
Eunice Marion Hurd, 94, of Merrill Rd, Falmouth passed away July 7, 2013 at her residence with family by her side. She was born in Scarborough, Maine August 21, 1918 the daughter of Alfred and Grace Seavey Milliken Sr. She moved to Portland at the age of 8. She attended local schools and was later a proud graduate of Deering High school.
Eunice was a homemaker. She was a long time member of the West Falmouth Baptist Church where she was active in the choir, Bible study, missionary work and Women's Fellowship.
She has been a long time resident of Falmouth. Eunice is predeceased by her husband Howard D. Hurd in 2005.
She is survived by a son H. Donnelly Hurd Jr an his wife linda of North Anson, Me, 4 daughters Martha Guerchet and her husband Jean Luc of France, Elaine Davison of Upper Lake, CA, Elizabeth and her partner Hasson and Marion Hurd of Falmouth, a brother Alfred Milliken Jr. of Portland and a sister Selma Wilbur of Saco, 7 grandchildren, Anne, Holly, John, Travis, Chris, Joy and Joseph III, 6 great grandchildren Ronnie, Veronica, Patrick, lynn, Nicholas and Hannah , and a great great granddaughter Alexis.
A memorial service will be heldFriday July 12, 2013 at 10:00 am at the West Falmouth Baptist Church. Coffee to follow at 11:00am, A graveside service will beheld Friday 1:00PM st the Goodwins Mills Cemeteryin Lyman . Rev. Mack will officiate. Dennett, Craig & Pate 365 Main St, Saco are in charge of the arrangements.








Lynne Parent - July 9, 2013Contact this person Contact this person
I have fond memories of visiting Aunt Eunice at her house with my mother and her other sisters. They had horses and I could pat them. Aunt Eunice always had something funny to say. She was always about turn that frown upside down. I will miss my Aunt Eunice. My thoughts and prayers are with my cousins and their families.



    
 





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