Mae A (Adams) Blake

May 28, 1917 –  December 27, 2012 

Groton, NH Mae A. (Adams) Blake, 95, widow of Harold Blake passed away quietly on Wednesday morning, December 27, 2012 at Franklin Regional Hospital in Franklin, NH. Her final days were spent surround by family that loved and adored her. Mae was born on May 28, 1917 in Lincoln, NH; the daughter of George and Elizabeth (Hachey) Adams. She grew up in Groton, NH and later settled on Newfound Lake in Bristol, NH. She enjoyed being a waitress, and spent most of her working career at Grace Louise, Pasquaney Inn, and Mary Moody’s. She retired from the restaurant business and opened a bakery where she spent many early mornings baking bread, cakes and pastries for the Newfound Lake community. Her interests included family, reading, baking, playing cribbage, bid whist and search a word. She leaves behind her daughter, Lucille LaPoint of Bridgewater, NH; her sister, Eva White – Mountain Ridge Nursing Home – Franklin NH; brothers Paul Adams, Lewis Albert and James Albert of Groton, NH; five grandchildren and their spouses; Harold Bliss – Bridgewater NH, Geraldine Tallman -Groton NH, Juanita and Peter Akerman – Franklin NH, Victoria and Tom Calkins – Newtown PA, and Cheryl Lapoint – Meredith NH; nine great grandchildren and eleven great-great grandchildren. Mae brought so much love and joy to her family and everyone around her. She was devoted to her family and was a friend to all. She exuded warmth, kindness and an infectious optimistic attitude. Mae was truly a remarkable woman with many wonderful qualities. She will be deeply missed. A service to celebrate her life will be held at 2:00pm Tuesday, May 28, 2012 at the family plot at Woodstock Cemetery, Rte 3 Daniel Webster Highway, Woodstock, NH. She will be laid to rest at her husband’s side. Arrangements are by Fournier-Hale Funeral Home, 144 Main St., North Woodstock, NH. Online guestbook at www.fournier-hale.com. For those who wish, condolences may be sent to 101 Hammond Hill Road, Bridgewater, NH 03264.

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