LEWISTON — Gloria E. Morlock, 85, of Northern Avenue, Auburn, died on Aug. 8, at St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center after a short illness.

She was born on Dec. 24, 1924, to Dorothee Houle Pelletier and Esdras Pelletier in Lewiston.

In her younger years, she was an avid bowler and a member of a bowling league.

Gloria enjoyed raising her six children and being involved with their activities over the years. She also enjoyed spending time with her family, traveling, bowling, quilting for all her family members. Throughout her life, she enjoyed volunteering as a military wife making care packages for the soldiers oversees, she made quilts/blankets, food packages for those less fortunate, and was involved helping where needed at the Red Cross.

During World War II, she worked at the Pentagon, where she met her husband. Gloria worked over the years at various jobs such as a shoe stitcher, Geiger Bros., Paragon glass, as well as a mother and wife.

She is survived by Her children and spouses, Helen and Charlie Buzzell of Industry, Robert Morlock and Carmen Cook of Sesastian, Fla., John and Serina Morlock of Germany, Paul and Sue Morlock of Lisbon Falls, Richard Morlock of Auburn and Donald Morlock of Portland; grandchildren, Sheri Barich, Chris Buzzell, Michelle Patty, Jon Cook, Johnnie Wang, Michael Morlock, Maia Morlock, Stephanie Stetson, Philip Morlock, Rider Morlock; great-grandchildren, Abigail, Stacia, Madeleine, Tessa Rose and Brian; sister, Muriel Bosse of Lewiston; and nephews, Roger Bosse and Normand Bosse.

Gloria was predeceased by her husband, Philip Morlock.

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