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MaryLou Fleming Cummings

SPRING HILL – MaryLou Fleming Cummings, 57, loving wife of 35 years to Jerry Cummings, passed away, June 6th at 11:54 PM at their home. She put up a great fight against the terrible disease CANCER. She went quietly and peacefully in to the night with her husband and his youngest daughter by her side holding her hands. She put up a gallant fight to beat this terrible disease, and lost. She will be sadly missed by her husband and all her family and friends. She was a great wife, woman, step mom, grandmother, great grandmother and friend. She loved to read, crochet, knit, hunt, travel, fish and swim in her heated pool. She and her husband enjoyed going to many blues festivals and rock concerts together. Spending time with her grandchildren and great grandchildren gave her much happiness.
She is predeceased by her father Stanley Fleming Sr. and her mother Jeanette Labelle Fleming. She is leaving behind her loving husband Jerry Cummings of Spring Hill, Florida. She is also leaving behind her father and mother-in-law, Raleigh and Ruby Cummings; and her brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Russell and Terri Cummings, all of Passadumkeag. Son, James (Jimmy) Cummings, wife Cheryl of Valley View, Texas. Daughter, Debbie Forsten husband Craig of Lincoln. Son, Mark Cummings, wife Marie of Lincoln, Maine. Daughter, Ruby (McKenney) Head, husband Steve of Waycross, Georgia. Son, Ronald (Ron) Cummings, fiance, Jamie Morrill of Bucksport. Wendy Thurlow, husband Ken, were considered part of her family. As well as 18 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. She is also leaving behind her brother Stanley (Bubby) Fleming Jr. wife Melody of South Carolina. Sister Sharon Coy husband Frank of Lowell. Sister Rhonda Aldrich husband Duane of Lee. Sister Rosile Stratton husband Greg of Steuben. Sister Betty Jean Fleming and companion Skipper Osnoe. Also many, many wonderful friends and neighbors.
She was a dedicated CNA and was loved by all her patients, and co workers. She worked at Lincoln Pulp and Paper for 26 years in Lincoln, until the mill shut down in 2003. Then went to CNA school and became a CNA in Maine before moving to Florida with her husband. There will be no services. In lieu of flowers, you may donate to the Cancer Society.

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