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Flowers and Gifts News

Jun 19, 2020

Obituary: Edith Florence Oliver - Press Herald

Edith was predeceased by her mother, father; sister, Margaret Eleanor Oliver Ladue; and grandson, EN2 Austin Thomas Williams, United States Navy. She is survived by her six daughters, Cynthia Moody of Cundy’s Harbor, Vida Leeman and her husband Jerry of Cundy’s Harbor, Teresa Mann and her husband Joseph of Brunswick, Meredith Williams and her husband Andrew of Freeport, Michelle Shipley and her husband Aaron of Lewis Center, Ohio, and Edith Cram and her husband Matthew of West Bath. Edith was blessed with 17 beautiful grandchildren and six amazing great-grandchildren. Burial will be at Oak Grove Cemetery in Bath. Arrangements are by Daigle Funeral Home, 819 High Street, Bath. Condolences may be made online at . In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: Popham Chapel P.O. Box 145 Phippsburg, ME 04562 Guest Book « Previous Obituary: Joan (Paradis Quirion) Gallagher ...

May 18, 2016

Dual memoir paints grim picture of family addictions

And they play two of the biggest roles in this dual-autobiography. Lipscomb tells the story of his life, growing up in Ladue, while Lugo tells of her New York upbringing. Readers who like to hear the names and places of St. Louis will enjoy that part of Lipscomb’s tale. The St. Louis Country Day School alum drops plenty of names of the rich and powerful in his story. It’s fitting, since he was one. But money doesn’t mean happiness for Lipscomb. His mother is an alcoholic with endless family wealth. When his parents decide to divorce, all three kids want to go with their dad. They wind up with their mom (remember, this was in the late ’60s-early ’70s) as she remarries and descends into an alcoholic oblivion. There are scenes like this: “I walk down Warson Road toward Dale and Mom’s house on the corner of Pebble Creek Road. In the distance there are flashing lights. As I get closer I see a police car, an ambulance and fire truck out front. Two firemen are wheeling Mom out in a stretcher. An EMT is holding what looks like a folded white towel to her forehead. The towel is stained by blood that looks oddly luminous in the flashing lights ... “The firemen slide the gurney in and the EMT holding the bloody towel hops up behind her. She’s pretty incoherent and we can’t really tell what part of it may be a brain injury or the fact that she’s drunk. Her breath is God awful.” Lugo’s... (


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