Geraldine Dill

Geraldine D. Dill (Smith)

Sunday, November 14th, 1926 - Sunday, July 19th, 2020
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Webster Plantation- Today, July 19, 2020, our beloved mother, grandmother and great grandmother, was reunited with her loving husband, Philip. Dorothy was blessed to have her grand daughter, Jennifer at her side when she passed, and the rest of her family there with her in heart and spirit.

Dorothy was born, November 14, 1926, the daughter of George Alfred Smith and Kate McAlpine Smith. Early on in life, Dorothy learned the true meaning of family, by helping care for her 11 brothers and sisters.

Dorothy married the love of her life, Philip Dill, on September 6, 1942. Early in their marriage, with Philip off to war, they resided on the Dill homestead, but years later, they moved to Pickle Ridge, in Webster Plantation, where they would raise their children, Gerald, Grover, Earl and Saralee, and live happily for many, many years. Pickle Ridge is where she forever longed to be...

After raising her family, Dorothy decided she wanted to enter onto the work force. She worked as a cook at the Springfield Normal School in Springfield and also, worked for many years in the home health field, where she made many special friends.

Dorothy and Philip were happiest when their grandchildren came to visit. Weekends and school vacations were always spent at their house, and that’s just how they wanted it.

Dorothy and Philip left behind many lessons and fond memories that their family will forever cherish.

Dorothy was predeceased by her loving husband, Philip; 2 sons, Gerald and Grover; 2 sisters, Beatrice and Mabel; 6 brothers, Lester, Alfred, Herbert, Earl, Elmer and Merlin and a very special great grand daughter, Chelsey Worster.

Dorothy leaves behind, her son Earl Dill and his wife Lorraine and a daughter, Saralee Worster and her husband Berle; 9 grandchildren, Philip Dill and Sherry, Heidi LeBlanc and John, Jay Worster and Paula, Valerie Thurlow and Steve, Brian Dill, Rachel Hunter, Jennifer Dill and Ritchie, Nicole Lee and Joe and Travis Worster and Holly; 16 great grandchildren, Victoria and Ashley Dill, Katie and Seth Freudenberger, Cassandra Worster, Hannah and Sarah Dill, Lee Smith, Ivan Voisine, Whitney and Kiana Hafford, Tylar and Ashlyn Lee and Caleb and Zachary Thurlow; 2 brothers, Ivan Smith and Mayland Smith and a sister Eleanor Webster and several great grandchildren

Graveside services will be held 11 A.M. Friday, July 24 at the Cole Cemetery, Springfield. Gifts in memory of Geraldine may be sent to the Carl Burrill American Legion Post #77, 3 Fleming Street, Lincoln, ME 04457. Arrangements are by Lamson Funeral Home, Clay Chapel, Lincoln, ME 04457.
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    Friday, July 24th, 2020 | 11:00am
    Friday, July 24th, 2020 11:00am
    Cole Cemetery
    237 North Road
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