Sylvia Lane

Sylvia Lane (Lane)

Saturday, November 14th, 2020
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Sylvia Irene Lane, 74, passed away November 14, 2020 in Livermore. She was born New Year’s eve of 1945 in Damarascotta, the daughter of Manley and Ella E. (Gamage) Lane. A native of South Bristol, she was the great granddaughter of Harvey Gamage, the master boat builder in Bristol Maine.
For years she worked in the medical field and then in holistic medicine. Sylvia advocated for Death with Dignity and medical marijuana in Maine. She had a huge heart taking in anyone that needed a helping hand. She was loved by so many.
Sylvia has always been pulled to the roots of her childhood. She often reminisced fond memories of her childhood at Gamage Ship Yard and Christmas Cove in South Bristol and of her family’s bond with the communities of fisherman, lobsterman and scallop draggers.
She leaves behind her oldest son Michael Weaver, the owner of Carriage House Cafe and Holistic Medicine of Livermore, her youngest Daughter Melissa Rizer, retired Truck driver and part time caregiver. Her two brothers Robert and Harvey Lane both boat builders at bath iron works and her sister Marlene Lightfoot Lane who gave many years in the medical field, grandson Richard Lee (Katie) Light, granddaughters Holly Warner, Angela Elizabeth Coron and Ashley Nyberg. Great-grandchildren Gabriel Lucien Light, and Nathen and Cyprus Warner. They will all miss her dearly.

The family will be hosting a celebration of life November 28, 2020 starting at 1:00PM at 1523 Federal Rd. Livermore, ME. Look for the big greenhouse next to the Carriage House Cafe on Rt. 4. Masks and social distancing are required. Tobacco only outside of the greenhouse. Donations may be given to the family to help facilitate her final wish, for her ashes to be taken out to sea off the coast near South Bristol. Cremation cared for by Wiles Remembrance Center 308 Franklin Road, Jay. A kind word may be left in her Book of Memories at
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Sadie Collins

Posted at 04:59pm
miss you

Velma & Steve Strout

Posted at 11:08am
Sylvia was a great neighbor of Our's Such A ,Kind and Sweet Lady We Lived above her in her Lewiston Pierce St Apartment
Sylvia Will Be Deeply Missed
RIP Sweet Lady
Velma and Steve Strout

Julia Cote

Posted at 09:02pm
Could always tell you a story for a good laugh. RIP Sylvia.

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