1959 – 2015
SOUTH PARIS — Helen Verrill Webb, 56, of South Paris died Monday, Aug. 17, at her home in South Paris.
She was born on Aug. 5, 1959, in Rumford, a daughter of Lewis and Frances (Billings) Verrill. After the death of her parents at an early age, she was raised by her “Grammie and Grampa,” Gerald and Eva Gammon of West Sumner.
Helen attended grammar school in the Hartford-Sumner area and went on to Buckfield High School, later earning her high school diploma from the Wayside Christian Academy in Livermore.
She was a striving, hard worker and for many years, she worked at Penley Manufacturing in West Paris. Helen had also worked at the Sumner General Store, the Big Apple in West Paris and as a personal care assistant for people in their homes.
She attended the West Sumner Baptist Church for many years.
Helen enjoyed crocheting and making several afghans and baby blankets over the years. She also loved flower-gardening, the company of cats, feeding birds and collecting antique bottles.
Helen is survived by a son, Jeffrey Webb and his partner, Sean Smith, of Bangor; a daughter, Marie Webb and her significant other, Johnny Dreverman, of Fulton, N.Y.; siblings, Arthur Verrill of Manchester, N.H., Judy Gammon and her husband, John Sr., of Tamworth, N.H., Dorothy Hale and her husband, Roger, of Scarborough, and Nancy Cote and her husband, Paul, of Lewiston; and her ex-husband, John Webb of Milton Twp.
She was predeceased by her parents; her “Grammie and Grampa”; and infant siblings, Clarence and Ruth.
Online condolences and tributes may be shared with her family and friends at www.chandlerfunerals.com.