NORWAY – Fanny M. Fleck, 89, of Harrison, mother, grandmother and loving friend, went home to be with the Lord on March 9.

She was born in Otisfield, on Jan. 15, 1920, raised by her mother, Ida M. Lord Adams and her stepfather, Leon Adams. She was educated in the local schools in Otisfield and Bridgton.

Fanny had worked in the local area and had been a homemaker for most of her life. She lived in Bridgton during her early marriage, but always considered Harrison her home.

She enjoyed snowmobiling with her husband of 40 years, Ronell, who died in 1981. She recently celebrated her 89th birthday with family and friends. Spending time with family and friends was very important to her. She especially enjoyed playing cards and watching game shows. She was known for her incredible memory, including her memory of local history.

She was an active member of the Ronald G. St. John V.F.W. Post 9328 Ladies Auxiliary for many years, where she served as historian.

Survivors are her children, Linda (Donald) Plante of Chesterland, Ohio, Kathleen (John) Blanchard of Harrison and Hugh (Ruth) Fleck of Anchorage, Alaska; one sister, Evelyn Kimball of Bridgton; grandchildren, Dawn, Matthew, Michael, Jason and Jonathan Plante, Rebecca Blanchard, Darcy Hiett and Nathan Fleck; great-grandchildren, Ruth, Lucas, Jackson, Sarah and Lydia Mae Plante and Ava, Brock and Caleb Hiett; as well as many nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by her parents; husband; brother, George Adams; and sister, Caroline Graham.

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