Winslow, Maine -- Doris Lee Glidden, 102 of Winslow, Maine, passed away at Maine General Hospital in Augusta, Maine on Thursday, January 30, 2014 after a brief illness. Doris was born January 17, 1912 in Waterville, Maine. The daughter of William R. and Annie L. Hapworth, she grew up on the Hapworth Farm located on the Heywood Road in Winslow,, which still remains a working farm today and speaks to the work ethic and determination of the Hapworth family. As a child, she always loved farm life and all that the lifestyle entailed. She attended Winslow schools and graduated from Winslow High School. She told stories of going out in the fields, working with her brothers and sister, and helping with chores. Doris truly loved the Heywood Road and the farming life. Doris married Clifton N. Glidden on December 24, 1931. They remained happily married for 72 years until his passing in 2004. They both had a strong faith in God and a belief in the blood sacrifice of Jesus from the curse of sin. This faith was to follow them throughout their life together. During World War II, they moved to Massachusetts and worked in munitions plants. Doris worked on mortars and assembled Browning automatic rifles (BAR). Doris and Clifton returned to Maine after the War and settled on the Heywood Road in Winslow, Maine, where they lived the rest of their lives. Doris began working at C.F. Hathaway in Waterville, Maine. While working full time, Doris continued her love of farming, but on a smaller scale. She had the most beautiful gardens imaginable, and grew strictly organic food before most people had even heard of organic farming. She raised a small herd of goats that she loved and personally named, milking them to produce milk, cheese, and yogurt. She raised goats long into her 80s. She also raised chickens, ducks, and guinea hens. Later on, both she and Clifton became employed at the Diamond Match Company in Oakland, Maine, where they worked until retiring in 1974. Doris loved visits from her family and spoiling them with baked goods like her famous chocolate cake and biscuits. Doris is survived by her two sons, Clifton Glidden Jr. and his wife Sandra of Waynesboro, Virginia, and William Glidden and his wife Lily of Winslow, Maine; five grandchildren, Mark Glidden and his wife Sheryl of Yarmouth, Maine, Clifton Glidden III and his partner Mary of Waynesboro, Virginia, Cheryl Corbin and her husband Victor of New Brunswick, Canada, Doraine Glidden of Charlottesville, Virginia, and W. Jeffrey Glidden of Jacksonville, Florida; five great-grandchildren; five great-great-grandchildren; numerous nephews, nieces, and cousins, and countless friends. She was loved dearly by all. The family would like to extend their heartfelt appreciation to everyone at the Volmer Country Living Center in Vassalboro, Maine. Your kindness and hard work ensured that Doris lived in comfort and happiness. Thank you. Jesus is coming again The Lord with a shout from Heaven will come, the graves will be emptied and then I’ll rise up to meet him and hear his will done For Jesus is coming again A celebration of Doris’s life will be held at the Blessed Hope Advent Christian Church, 10 Pleasant St. in Waterville, Maine on Saturday, February 8, 2014 at 2:00PM with a reception to follow.