1949 – 2016

BRUNSWICK — Nannette A. Oburn, 67, of Topsham, died Tuesday, Dec. 27, in Brunswick.

She was born Jan. 5, 1949, in Brunswick, the daughter of Isidore and Valentine (Ouellette) St. Pierre. Nannette attended primary school at St. John’s and was a graduate of Brunswick High School.

She was married to Ronald Oburn on Sept. 25, 1971, at St. John’s in Brunswick. After she was married, Nannette and Ronald moved to Ohio for two years before returning to Brunswick.

She worked for the Times Record for 15 years as a compositor before going to work for L.L.Bean for 12 years. She very much liked being employed there, starting out in the catalog department assembling pages and then working in e-commerce. She later worked for Acosta as a vendor for five years until her retirement in 2013.

Nannette found great enjoyment in retirement and being able to make her own schedule. Nannette was most happy being involved with her children. She also liked visiting with friends, playing board games and cards, and could play online jigsaw puzzles for hours. She always looked forward to spaghetti dinner night on Wednesdays at her friend’s home.

She is survived by her husband, Ronald, of Topsham; sons, Derek and Kevin; brother, David St. Pierre of Topsham; sister-in- law, Penny Oburn of Dayton, Ohio; niece, Nicole Niven of Harpswell; and many cousins.

She was predeceased by her parents.

Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.KincerFuneralHome.com.

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