GREENWOOD – Naomi Elizabeth Mullen, 67, of Indian Pond Road, Greenwood, died at her residence Thursday, Nov. 18, after a long illness.

She was born in Oxford on June 4, 1937, the daughter of Kenneth and Hilma (Holmes) Durgin and was educated in local schools. She had worked in the laundry at Stephens Memorial Hospital with over 23 years of dedicated service.

She was the love of her family’s life and was a wonderful and loving mother, sister and friend. She will be missed deeply by everyone she touched throughout her life.

She loved the outdoors, nature and fishing. She was a great cook and gardener.

She is survived by two sons, Richard Day Jr., of Bryant Pond and Michael Day, of Oxford; three brothers, Leroy Durgin, of West Paris, Raymond Durgin, of Oxford and Dwayne Durgin, of West Paris; five sisters, Rachel Fleck, of South Paris, Charlotte Varney, of Oxford, Sheila Daniels, of Waterford, Cheryl Cabana, of Oxford and Sandra Abbott, of Stoneham; one granddaughter, Lauren Day; one great-grandson, Kaleb Day; and her companion, Tom Redman, of Greenwood.

She was predeceased by her first husband, Richard Day Sr., and her second husband, Raymond Mullen.

Will the World Ever be Right Again: Spring is now fall, The summer is winter Rain falls dry, The air is bitter The snow is warm The forests are bare The clouds are black Deer have no hair The crickets are quiet The frogs don’t croak Bees honey is sour Birds voices are broke The roses smell foul The skunk smells sweet The fish swim backwards Fire has no heat The sun is cold The wind won’t blow The Mountains have shrunk The grass can’t grow The squirrels are silent The waters run uphill There is no beauty “The World Stands Still” Thank you all!

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