Portland – Eula Conant Felker, 73, of Norway died Tuesday, Aug. 15, at Maine Medical Center.

The daughter of Alton A. and Olive Keene Conant, she was born in Mechanic Falls on Nov. 24, 1932, the fourth birthday of her brother, Richard. She was educated in Hebron, Mechanic Falls and Welchville schools before graduating from South Paris High School in 1952.

She had been employed at Bouetell’s Country Kitchen and Auerbach Shoe in Norway. She married Herbert C. Felker on Aug. 27, 1955. They made their home in Norway, moving to Poland in 1960.

In March of 2003, she moved to Rustfield Village in Norway. She was a member of the Poland Community Church, Ricker Senior Citizens Club and the American Legion Post 150 Auxiliary in Mechanic Falls. She was a former member of the board of directors for the Progress Center in Norway. She volunteered at the Maine State Building at Poland Spring with Rose Ricker and at the Western Maine Veterans’ Home. She was also a member of the Floyd Harlow Jr. VFW 9787 Auxiliary, where she held the offices of chaplain, patriotic instructor and for five years, president.

She is survived by a son, Paul Felker (Hummer) of Oxford; a daughter, Pam Cox and her husband, Wayne, of Oxford; two grandchildren, Tyler and Wendy Cox, both of Oxford; a brother, Richard Conant and his wife, Phyllis, of Albuquerque, N.M.; a sister, Norma Dunn and her husband, Fletcher, of Poland; and many nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by her husband, Herbert C. Felker; and a daughter, Paula Felker.

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