PORTLAND — Hannah J. Flagg, 86, of Nobleboro, passed away on Tuesday, May 21, at Maine Medical Center, with her loving family by her side.

She was born Dec. 23, 1926, in Friendship, to Frank and Villa Eugley Morse. Growing up in Bath, Friendship and Waldoboro, she attended local schools, graduating from Waldoboro High School.

Finishing school, she joined the work force spending time working at the button factory in Waldoboro. After her stint there, she went on to Sylvania, where she would work until her retirement. She married her husband, Donald in 1949. The couple made their home in Jefferson and Waldoboro and after they had retired, they moved to their home in Nobleboro. Together they would raise three children.

Hannah was a member of a sewing group in North Nobleboro and it was through her involvement with this group that she became active with the North Nobleboro Day Festival. She volunteered for this annual event making crafts for the craft fair and food for the food tent and lending a hand with both booths during the festival.

She enjoyed all kinds of crafts from sewing and quilting to painting. She prided herself on spending time in her garden and yard, making sure that they were in pristine condition every spring and summer. She also enjoyed spending time in the kitchen and was known as a great cook.

Survivors include her children, James Flagg and his wife, Dale, of Nobleboro, Brian Flagg and his wife, Holly, of Nobleboro and Susan Lamie and her husband, Normand, of Lewiston; grandchildren, Stefanie Zlomek and her husband, Marc, of Seattle, Wash., Kathryn Adams and her husband, Ryan, of Otisfield, Nathan Lamie and his wife, Sara, of White River Junction, Vt., Kimberly McGregor and her husband, Phillip, of Lewiston, Brandon Flagg of Nobleboro and Allison Flagg of Nobleboro; stepgrandchildren, Libby Miner and her husband, Paul, of Nobleboro, Anna Kennedy of Rochester, N.Y., and Benjamin Kennedy of South Portland; great-grandchildren, Madelyn Adams, Aidan Adams, Avah Lamie and Kody McGregor; stepgreat-grandchildren, Emma McGregor, Austin McGregor and Patrick Miner; and sisters, Celia Carlton of Damariscotta and Mary Winchenbach of Waldoboro.

She was predeceased by her loving husband, Donald; sisters, Evelyn, Edith, Shirley and Una; and brothers, Howard and Herbert.

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