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She later ventured to Boston, and eventually Hartford, CT where she was a Quality Assurance Inspector for Pratt & Whitney. Next, Lorna moved to Randolph, ME where she and her husband built a home.The pair operated a boarding home for Veteran's who were adjusting to civilian life.
She was a wonderful cook, avid reader and gardener, Jeopardy enthusiast, and a great mother, wife and friend. Wini was predeceased by her husband, Lorne; one sister, Dorothy Brown; and three brothers, Arthur, Frank and Stanley Sneezum. He recently celebrated his 80th birthday with his family. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping, snowmobiling, watching races at the Oxford Plains or on TV.After operating the boarding home for 33 years and with much encouragement she finally retired in 2006.Lorna was a wonderful, loving, fun, and creative daughter, sister, wife, mother, and grandmother.Gabe was predeceased by her parents, her husband John L. Gabe is survived by her daughter, Louise Spugnardi of Pueblo, Colorado, and, her son, John L. and his wife Judy, of Readfield; her sisters Marcelle Grenier, Pauline Dumont, and Simone Lemay; her grandchildren, Ann Chouinard, Donna Holly, Rick Spugnardi, Cindy Paine, Jessica Parent, Lena Parent, and Nicholas Asselin; her great grandchildren, Anna, Ella, Abigail, Amelia, Ben, Rose, and Alex; nieces and nephews, Rita, Monique, Connie, Terry, Cecile, Karen, Randy, Scott, Jennifer, Dawn, Chris, Julie, Jiggs, Tina, Josh, Pauline, and Shannon; very special friends, Guilda, Terry, and Diane, and her pool buddies, Frank, Audrey, and Carroll.Gabe was employed for many years by the Androscoggin Mill and retired from Continental Baking Company in 1983.She later emigrated to America in 1946 after marrying Lorne Wood Ladner, a United States serviceman stationed in England.
Despite living in America for most of her adult life, she remained a citizen of Great Britain.
Winifred "Wini" Ladner Winifred "Wini" Ladner, 88, died on Easter, April 12, 2009, at Augusta Rehabilitation Center, surrounded by her three daughters. 23, 1920, in Castle Hedingham, England, the daughter of Mildred (Boreham) and Arthur Frank Sneezum.
During World War II, she worked making parachutes for the Royal Air Force.
She will be greatly missed by those who are left behind: Peter K.
Cain, husband; Crystal Cain Castro, daughter; Brian Castro, son-in-law; Ethan and Elijah Castro, grandsons; Nancianne Woodward, sister; Frank Woodward, brother-in-law; 5 treasured nieces and nephews; 13 great nieces and nephews; Kim Abbott, adopted daughter and her family; and a myriad of people she has touched along the way.
He also was a longtime volunteer at Turner Fire and Rescue.