DIXFIELD — Pearl Marie Chenery Elliott, 82, of Hall Hill Road in Dixfield, died at home Wednesday, Nov. 7, with her family by her side.

She was born April 2, 1930, in East Andover, the daughter of Wilbur and Mae (Farrington) Chenery. She married Robert Elliott, Sept. 2, 1950, and resided in Mexico. After her children were in school, she worked at Savoie’s and then Sampson’s for many years. In 1983, they moved to Upper Dam then Middle Dam on Richardson Lake, where her husband worked as dam keeper for Union Water Power and spent the best years of their lives until 1997. They then retired to Dixfield.

She was married in Mexico to her husband of 62 years, Robert Elliott, who survives of Dixfield. Other survivors include a daughter, Sheila Bouchard and husband, Tom, of Auburn; a son, Brian and his wife, Peggy, of Mexico; her sister, Bernice Kehn and husband, Ted, of Norway; grandchildren, Nathan Elliott and wife, Katrina, of OshKosh, Wis., Jessica Vallee and Tammy Dumont, of Auburn, Jenny Elliott of Mexico and Jesse Elliott of Eastern, Pa.; and seven great-grandchildren.

She was predeceased by her son, Harold; a sister, Ruth Sherwood; and brothers, Wilbur Chenery and Sherman Maddix.

Friends and family are invited to sign the online guest book and share your memories with the family at www.meaderandson.com.

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