BRIDGTON — Millicent Evans Clapp of Kingfield died Wednesday, Jan. 22, at Bridgton Hospital, after a brief illness.

She was born in Enfield, N.H., the daughter of Walter and Georgia Evans. She worked in radio and TV broadcasting; her first interview was with Eleanor Roosevelt. She was a member of the American Women in Radio and TV.

For most of her adult life, she worked in public relations, advertising, radio and TV, before going into real estate. She was a real estate broker in four states. She was also a make-up artist for Max Factor in Hollywood.

Milly enjoyed writing, antiques and traveling; she went to Europe many times. In 2011, she published her book, “Teenie and Bobbie and Bobbie’s Poems,” about her early childhood in Enfield, N.H.

She is survived by her daughter, Kerry E. Morris and husband, Michael, of Dallas, Ga.; a granddaughter, Catharine Estabrook and husband, Wade, of Hodgdon; two grandsons, Clifton B. Crandall III of Vernon, Conn., and Clinton Evans Crandall of Bridgton; great-grandchildren, Krystal, Wade Jr., Kerriann and Valerie Estabrook, all of Hodgdon; and many nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by her parents; three brothers, Edgar, John and Robert Evans; and a sister, Mildred E. Clifford.

Milly was loved by many, and will be deeply missed by family and friends.

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