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Marcia Louise (Greenwood) Collins, 81, handed away peacefully at house in Abington, surrounded by household and buddies, on June 5, 2021. Born in Sanford, ME, in 1939, Marcia was the daughter of Dan and Eleanor (Prepare dinner) Greenwood, she leaves behind her beloved husband of 61 years, Dean Collins (Abington), and their youngsters, Sharon Collins (Missoula, MT), Daniel (and Tonjua) Collins (Moultonborough, NH), Deana (and John) Morgan (Kingston), Heather Spaur (Bridgewater), and her loving sister, Joyce (Greenwood) ONeill (Crossville, TN), and lots of loving nieces, nephews, grandchildren and buddies. Marcia graduated from Sanford Excessive Faculty in 1958, the place she met the love of her life at a highschool band live performance and dance (1956). Marcia and Dean had been married on the Unitarian Church in Milton, in June 1960, and in 1969, had been sealed along with their youngsters for time and eternity on the Salt Lake Temple in Utah. Her roles had been many, however the focus and pleasure of her life was as a mom, grandmother, sister and spouse. Marcia was a Previous Worthy Advisor of the Worldwide Order of Rainbow for Women and a member of the Order of Jap Star. She was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and amongst many volunteer roles, she served because the music chairman for her house congregation for 35 years. She labored for a number of years as an inspector on the Foxboro Firm in East Bridgewater. Marcia was a voracious reader of mysteries and historical past. She was a gifted artist and loved portray within the people artwork custom in addition to crafting in different creative mediums. Marcias household and buddies, whether or not via blood or love, will ceaselessly be grateful to have had her of their lives. They may proceed to treasure their valuable recollections and preserve them near their hearts ceaselessly. Organ donation was a contributing issue to extending the well being and high quality of Marcias life. In lieu of flowers, the household encourages all to think about registering as a kidney donor or making a contribution to Brigham and Womens Hospital, Growth Workplace, 116 Huntington Avenue, third flooring, Boston, MA 02116. Relations and buddies are respectfully invited to a celebration of life that will likely be held at 11 am on Friday, June 11, 2021, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 547 Manley Road in West Bridgewater. Visiting hours will likely be held 4-7 pm on Thursday, June 10, 2021 on the Blanchard Funeral Chapel, Plymouth Road, (Rte. 58 on the rotary circle), Whitman. Interment will happen in Sanford, ME, in a non-public household ceremony. For full obituary, on-line condolences and instructions, please go to www.blanchardfc.com
Revealed in The Mariner on Jun. 8, 2021.
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