Glenys "Gram" E. Brice

Richmond- Glenys E. Brice, 95, of the Beedle Rd. passed away on Sunday, February 9, 2014 at Glenridge Nursing Home in Augusta.

She was born on April 29, 1918 in Richmond the daughter of Arthur and Eula (Spaulding) Terrell.

Before retirement Gram worked for Etonic Shoe in Richmond, AMHI in Augusta and Spike’s Store in Richmond.

She enjoyed having the local kids over her house to swim in her pool.

She belonged to DRUMChurch where she is a past Lay Speaker, was a 4-H leader, Girl Scout leader, Special Olympics, DRUMChurchSchool teacher, Junior Grange Leader, Past President of UMW and very involved with them for many years, and ALA Post 132. Her passion was The Grange where she served as Secretary for many years and as Past Master. She was very proud of receiving the Sagadahoc Pomona Award for Public Service for her work with youth and past years with the Bowdoinham Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary. She belonged to Enterprise #48 Subordinate, Sagadahoc Pomona #9, State and National levels and served in many capacities in local and county levels.

She was instrumental with working with other members of the Class of '35 to establish the Richmond High School Alumnae Association.

She was pre-deceased by her parents, brothers Carroll and Arthur (Spike) Terrell, husbands Arnold H. Lamoreau and James Brice, son Brian Lamoreau, daughter-in-law Betty Lamoreau and grandson John Lamoreau.  Gram is survived by her son Lowell Lamoreau of West Gardiner and his companion Debra Rhoades, Daughter Marilyn Stinson of Richmond and husband Bradley, step-son Donald Brice and wife Brenda of Florida, step-daughter Sara (Sally) Lucas and husband Ken of Ohio & Maine, with blended families 24 grandchildren, 33 great grandchildren, 15 great great grandchildren and her family bonded by love, friends Cynthia Martin and Leah Willigar.

A celebration of life will be held in the spring.  In Gram's memory donations may be made to the Enterprise Grange Building Fund c/o Marilyn Stinson 71 Beedle Rd. Richmond, Me 04357.

Very special thanks to the staff at Glenridge, Gray Birch Nursing Homes and Kennebec Valley Hospice.