Margery Dorothy Tozier Dam

Posted Jan. 02, 2014, at 7:42 p.m.

BLUE HILL – In the early morning of December 27th, 2013 at Maine Coast Memorial Hospital in Ellsworth, Maine, Margery Dorothy Tozier Dam went home to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She was 91 years old. She was born in the small town of West Enfield, August 9th 1922. She was the daughter of Lee Tozier and Elizabeth Kimball Tozier.

She is predeceased in death by five sisters, Gladys Tozier, Edna Woodbury, Helen Wickett, Daisy Wickett and Pauline Currier; two brothers, Lloyd Tozier and Harold Tozier and her husband Bernard A. Dam. Margery is survived by her two younger sisters Alberta Cole and Gloria Reed, many neices and nephews and her only child, daughter Deborah Smith; as well as her grandchildren and great grandchildren; Jennifer Tozier, her husband Richard and children Veronica, Bianca and Alexis; Evaughn Staples, her husband Barry and children Isaac and Caleb; Elisha Gray and her children Siera, Camille, Rossley, Cecily and Bethany. Joshua, his wife Danielle and children Mia, Sureaiea and Raielee; Sarah Quinlan, her husband Matthew and son Logan; Jacob, his wife Tia and son Isaiah. Jason Smith and wife Cassandra.

Margery loved the great outdoors, fishing and going for rides. She enjoyed spending time with her family, cooking and was a talented seamstress. She was loved dearly by her family and all who met her loved her. “She’s always been my hero, taught me how to care for people. She would give til it hurt and then give some more because she genuinely cared” -Great Granddaughter Veronica Tozier

“She was the strongest person I know and the most kind hearted” -Grandson Jason Smith. This is not the end, but the beginning. Our hope lies in this truth. “For me to live is Christ, and to die is gain…having a desire to depart, and to be with Christ; which is far better:” Phillippians 1:21 & 23

There will be a springtime burial at the Enfield Village Cemetery with Pastor Steven Hersey officiating. Time to be announced at a later date. Those who wish may sign an online register and leave written condolences at www.clayfuneralhome.com

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