Judith Louise Coburn
SALEM TOWNSHIP — Judith Louis e Coburn, 70, of Salem Twp., lovingly known as “Nana,” a title she wore proudly, died unexpectedly of natural causes in the comfort of her own home on Friday, March 10, 2017.
She was born May 7, 1946 in Stoneham, Mass., a daughter of the late Robert C. and Eleanor (McLoud) Hult. In addition to being a devoted homemaker, she and her husband own the Kingfield Video Network and the Olde Mill Redemption Center. “Nana” was a trusted listener and folks often felt comfortable sharing their personal life stories with her.
She was an avid reader and would often read a book a day. In her free time, she enjoyed travelling with family and friends and always enjoyed riding and shopping. Her family was her priority and her legacy is the memory of being a Family Matriarch, described by her daughters as “the hub to our spokes” and described by her beloved husband, Paul, whom she married Dec. 11, 1976 in Melrose, Mass., as the “most caring person.”
She is loved by her family who survive her: husband, Paul of Salem Twp.; daughters, Lori Russell (Allan) “Wayne” of Carrabassett Valley, and their children Taylor Scott and Kevin Russell, Kimberly Pinkham (Craig) of New Vineyard their children, Nolan Howard and Lauren Pinkham; and Coleen Souza (Kenny) Winthrop and their children Ashley Rullo and Kena Souza; great- granddaughters, Karsyn Rolbiecki and Aubrey Scott; siblings, Janice Bright (Lawrence) “Butchie” of Saugus, Mass. and their children Greg and Tina; Robert Hult Jr. (Marlene) of Naples and their children, Mark and Brian; Jeanete Norster (Greg Sr.) and their children Gregory Jr. and Sean and Scott Hult (Jeannie) of Freemont, N. H. and their children, Alyssa and Jacqualyn; her dog, Lucy and bobtail cat, Elly. She was predeceased by her daughter. Patricia Darlene Hooley. Her family requests condolences and tributes be shared on her memorial wall at www.wilesrc.com.
Public memorial graveside services will be held Sunday May 7, 2017 at 1 p. m. at the Salem Cemetery. Remembrance gifts are suggested for her great-granddaughter,
Karsyn Rolbiecki’s future education fund at Skowhegan Savings Bank, 7 Depot St., Kingfield, Me. 04947 or to any SSB Branch.
Cremation and memorial graveside services are in the care of the Wiles Remembrance Center in Farmington.