Pauline L. HendeeFebruary 25,2013Pauline L. Hendee
KENNEBUNK, Maine — Pauline L. Hendee, 90, of 1 Penny Lane, Kennebunk, Maine, formerly of Cape Neddick, Maine, died on February 21, 2013.
She was born on August 31, 1922, in Boston, Mass., a daughter of the late Stanton and Mary (Ketchum) Loomis, and was a 1940 graduate of Pittsford High School, Pittsford, Vt.
Mrs. Hendee had resided in Meriden, Conn., for 36 years. She was a summer resident of Cape Neddick since 1969, becoming a full-time resident in 1981.
Mrs. Hendee was a former real estate agent in Meriden, Conn., and for the Drown Agency in York, Maine. She was a communicant of St. Christopher Church of York, a York Hospital volunteer, a room service volunteer and a member of the Old York Historical Society. She enjoyed square and round dancing and was a member of the Seacoast Square Dancers.
She is survived by her husband, John R. “Jack” Hendee; a son, John R. Hendee Jr. and his wife, Carole, of Chichester, N.H.; three granddaughters, Chantelle Boyle and her husband, Daniel, Susan Kennedy and her husband, Richard, and Alicia Lussier and her husband, Maurice; six great-grandchildren; and many cousins.
A memorial Mass will be celebrated on Thursday, February 28, 2013, at 11:00 a.m. in St. Christopher Church, 4 Barrell Lane, York, ME 03909. Burial will be private in Evergreen Cemetery, Pittsford, Vt. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to St. Christopher Church, 1 Lilac Lane, York, ME 03909; or the American Cancer Society, 30 Speen St., Framingham, MA 01701. Lucas & Eaton Funeral Home, 91 Long Sands Road, York, Maine, is assisting with arrangements. Visit www.lucaseatonfuneralhome.com.
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