Grace E. Crockett - age: 80
(September 03, 1933 to June 28, 2014
A graveside service will be held Wednesday, July 2, 3PM at
Pine Grove Cemetery in Buxton, Me. A gathering will follow at 32 Cummings Ave. Buxton. Arrangements are by Dennett, Craig & Pate, 13 Portland Rd, Buxton, ME.
GRACE E(Emery) Crockett, 80 of Buxton, passed away June 28, at her home surrounded by her family. Grace was born September 3, 1933 in Westbrook, Me. She was the daughter of the late Charles and Edith Emery of Westbrook. Her kind and generous spirit touched many lives during her time with us. Grace married Lewis (Skip) L. Crockett on November 10, 1949. They raised their family of nine children on Cemetery Rd, in Buxton. Grace first and foremost a devoted mother and wife, her family was her lifelong source of love and pride. Grace volunteered her services to the Chicopee (Buxton) Fire Department as a dispatcher and was very involved in all aspects of the department for many years all the while raising her family and neighborhood kids. Grace enjoyed taking Sunday trips with her husband and any of the family members that were able to go with them on any given Sunday. She enjoyed the family get together and seeing all 24 grandchildren and 39 great
grandchildren that called her Grammie. She also loved animals and usually had a houseful of them as well as kids. Grace was predeceased by her parents and husband. She was predeceased by several Aunts and Uncles. She is also predeceased by her brother and sister in law Lloyd and Donna Heal, with whom Grace was very close. She will be loving remembered and greatly missed by her daughter, Brenda Ireland and her husband Leonard, with who she resided, son Steven and his wife Leslie, daughter Gale Heal and her husband Robert, daughter Trudy Cummings , daughters Sharon Betty and Scott, son Mark and his wife Terri, son Michael and his wife Karen, daughters Cheryl and her husband Gene, and son Gary and his wife Jean, and brother in law Aaron Crockett, She will be missed by her brother Richard Emery of Westbook, Aunt Margaret Jenney, as well as many neighborhood kids that called her Grammie, and family friends. Memorial contributions may be made in her memory to the Maine Audubon Society.