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EAST WATERBORO – Roberta Lee LaPage, 67, a lifelong resident of Waterboro and beloved spouse, sister, mother, and aunt, handed understanding she was beloved within the consolation of her house on April 30, 2020. Being the consummate gardener, Roberta was blessed to see the primary daffodils and birds returning, asserting the arrival of spring.Roberta was born on Feb. 28, 1953 in Saco, the third of 4 women born to Roberta and Elizabeth (Place) Abbott. She grew up in a good knit household with household values which embedded her day by day life. Roberta was a graduate of Massabesic Excessive College, class of 1971. She married her highschool sweetheart, Robert, they usually had simply reached their 46th yr of marriage. Roberta pursued a profession proper out of highschool with Union Mutual (now generally known as Unum) and loved working there till her retirement in 2015. Roberta took nice satisfaction and delight from sustaining a meticulous yard and dealing in her flower gardens. Roberta was a right down to earth girl. No frills and inform it prefer it was particular person. Shortly after marrying, she discovered herself in want of a kidney transplant and after just a few months on dialysis, turned a recipient of a transplant that gave her the liberty from dialysis for 30 plus years!She is lovingly survived by her husband, Robert LaPage Jr.; niece, Cheyenne; sisters, Gaye Littlefield and husband Gordon, Linda McNamee and husband Bruce, sister-in-law, Jackie Campbell and husband Larry, brother-in-law, Raymond Grey; nieces, Angela Littlefield (who drove her to the hospital in Boston), Melina Richards, Amy Noble, Heather Glidden, Amanda Thornton, Kathy Carroll, Tracy Grey and nephews, DJ Sawyer, and Jonathan Campbell; and plenty of great-nieces and great-nephews. To learn an entire obituary and to depart a message of condolence for the household, please go to www.autumngreenfuneralhome.comThe Autumn Inexperienced Funeral House is respectfully dealing with preparations.
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