Belgrade, Maine: Annie Theresa (Stevens) Knight, passed away at home on Sunday June 5, 2016. \r\n\r\nShe was born in Oakland, Maine on October 20, 1927 to Ormand Taft Stevens and Annie Florence (White) Stevens.\r\n \r\nShe attended schools in Belgrade, Maine. As a young girl, Annie worked at Woodrest Camps, Pine Beach Camps, Andersons, and many more places throughout Belgrade.\r\n \r\nAnnie met Irvin E. Knight at a dance in Belgrade Lakes. They were married on November 18, 1947 and had 62 wonderful years together.\r\n \r\nIrvin worked at the Maine Central Railroad for 30 years and Annie was a housewife and operated a laundry for Camp Kennebec for 25 years. She had many family members that worked for her during those years.\r\n \r\nAnnie is survived by her daughter Roberta; grandson Bryan, whom she adored; her granddaughter-in law Maryann; and great granddaughter Jasmine, all of whom she moved in with after Irvin passed away in 2009. Four generations under one roof. She also leaves behind her “baby” sister Retha J. Libby; and many nieces and nephews.\r\n \r\nAnnie was the 5th of ten children raised on the family farm in North Belgrade. She deeply loved her parents and siblings, speaking often of what a wonderful life they all had. Her sisters and brother that predeceased her were Margaret Stevens, France Barrett, Katherine Crawford, Rosa Shaw, Ormand Stevens Jr., Leonard Stevens, Edward Stevens, and Kenneth Stevens.\r\n\r\nAnnie's family would like to express a special thank you to her sister Retha, her special niece Brenda and her special nephew Steve for all their love and support. \r\n\r\nA graveside service will be 10:00 AM on Saturday, June 18, at Pine Grove Cemetery in Belgrade. A memorial to Annie’s life will follow the service at the North Belgrade Community Center on Route 8 in North Belgrade. \r\n\r\nIn lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Annie’s memory to a charity of your choosing.