AUBURN — Vivian Mancine, resident of Auburn, celebrated her 90th birthday on April 29 at St. Philips Church.

Mancine’s six children organized the event, which was attended by five generations and nearly 100 people, including relatives from New Hampshire and Connecticut, of all ages, the youngest of whom was Mancine’s great-grandson of 5 months. There were also five generations present. 

Former co-workers, friends from the community and members of Mancine’s family church group were also in attendance.

Mancine was appreciative to see her loved ones and to receive birthday wishes from her many friends and family members. Several people spoke to the crowd in honor of Mancine.

Mancine continues to be a role model. She grew up in the Turner area, raised a family, and lived most of her life there before moving to Auburn three years ago. She has always been active in her community, giving back by volunteering. 

Mancine is the “poster child” for working hard and staying active, according to her family members. They consider her remarkable, living with generosity, service, self-sacrifice, kindness, compassion and fun.

Vivian Mancine displays her 90th birthday cake during a celebration hosted by her children in Auburn on April 29.


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