Margie E. (Smith) Ward

Margie E. (Smith) Ward

Auburn, ME - Margie Ellen Ward, 76, of Lovell, died on April 13, 2019 at Androscoggin Hospice House in Auburn, ME.

Margie was born on April 22, 1942 in Stillwell OK, daughter of Floyd & Mae Smith and was raised in Buckeye AZ.

She was a stay at home Mom for many years raising her 2 sons.  After they reached high school age, she went to work for the United States Postal Service and was the Postmaster of the Lovell Post Office for over 20 years.

Margie was very active and belonged to the Navy wives’ club during her and her husband’s 20 year Navy career. While serving as the Lovell Postmaster & after retirement she was the affiliated with & Vice President of the Lovell Historical Society, Member of North Fryeburg Community Chapel, Lovell United Church of Christ -The Gathering Place, VFW Auxiliary, United Postmaster’s & Managers of America.

Her hobbies included Bowling, Fishing, Hiking, Prayer Quilt making, gardening, strawberry jam making, cooking, and mostly being a loving Wife, Mom & Grandmother.

Survived & Loved by – Phil Ward (Husband of 56 Years) Sons GP & Bryan (dec.), Debbie, (Daughter in Law), Philip (Grandson), Nicole (Granddaughter), Wayne &  Debbie Ward and family, Norma Allen and family, Vivian Andrews and family, Beverly & George Brown and family, Arthur Ward and family, Dennis Ward and family, Emma Smith and family, Carla & Lindsey Paty and Gabbard family, Debbie Tait and family, Beverly & Jack Bassett and family, North Fryeburg Community Chapel Family and numerous others not to be forgotten.

Service commenced on Wednesday April 17, 2019 @ 11:00am at the North Fryeburg Community Chapel and was attended by over 100 people as she was loved by many.

In lieu of flowers or Memorial Donations please donate to:

Jen’s Friends Cancer Foundation – P.0. Box 1842, Conway, NH 03818

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  • Anne Ward on

    Margie was my aunt, on my father’s side of the Ward family (Neil). Although our contact was little in later years, we enjoyed her company and cared for her. Her always-bright smile, and “semi-secret taco recipe”, drew the nieces and nephews in. In difficult times, Margie was a source of strength and support to my mother, very much appreciated. During Neil’s last illness, she and Phil were beside him, the closest of family members. Thank you.
    I shall miss you, Margie Smith Ward. God bless. Love, Anne Ward

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  • Diane Burns on

    She will be missed by all who new her from the Bingo at the VFW hall in Lovell. She always made the most delicious pies and desserts. Her pie crust could not be beat. May she rest peacefully in God’s hands.

  • GP Ward on

    God took you in his arms, because he knew you needed rest, his garden must be beautiful, because he only takes the best

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