NORWAY – A Service of Worship and Celebration remembering Mrs. Grace E. Cummings of South Paris was conducted 11 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 6, at the Second Congregational Church, Norway,with Rev. Daniel Johnson officiating. Organist was Elaine Emery. Ushers were Deacons Joan Parker and Jeanette Allen.

Hymn selections included “Our God, Our Help in Ages Past.” Special music included, “The Lord’s Prayer” by Edwin Cummings and his children, “The Hills are Alive With the Sound of Music” by vocalist Lindsay Cummings, “On The Street Where You Live” from My Fair Lady by vocalist Andrew Cummings, “Memorial Garden,” an original composition by pianist Jeffrey Cummings.

Eulogy was presented by Edwin Cummings. Memories and Tributes were given by Christine G. Coffin and Charles H. Goodspeed IV, and family members and friends. A poem “Life’s Long Road,” written by James Joseph Huesgen, was also read. Committal services were conducted by Rev. Daniel Johnson at the Pine Grove Cemetery in South Paris. A reception followed the services at the Second Congregational Church in Norway.

Arrangements were under the care of the MEADER & SON FUNERAL HOME, 3 Franklin Street, Rumford.

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