Frances Nevel, 85, of Andover, surrendered her life here on Earth for eternal life on July 2, 2010.
She was born at home in New Sharon to Walter and Pearl McHugh on Nov. 30, 1924. She married and was widowed at 23. She then married Paul Nevel on Oct. 4, 1952.
They owned and operated the Maine State Motor Court Cabins and Restaurant in New Sharon and then owned Nahmakanta Lake Wilderness Camps in Millinocket for almost 30 years.
She loved to laugh, life, family and friends. Everyone who crossed her path loved her and she loved them. She could make a friend in a moment’s time. Her passing will create a void in many lives.
She leaves behind her husband of 57 years, Paul; stepson, Bruce and wife Pam; sons, Barry and wife Robin and Kerry; favorite daughter, (only daughter) Lana Fyrberg and beau George Lozier; four grandchildren, Jennifer, Ryan, Jillian and Jasmine; and two great-grandchildren, Isaac and Aaron and a baby due in December.
“Let your spirit soar to heaven on a warm summer breeze. Your presence will surround us through the sun, moon, trees. Your journey here is over, a new one begins. We love you and will miss you, you’re in good hands now, Mum.”
In lieu of flowers, please donate to Androscoggin Home Care and Hospice.