Eastport, Maine-Levina Webber McKechnie, 88, joined the love of her life in heaven on December 15, 2016, after a long illness. \r\n\r\nLevina was born August 29,1928, in Madison, Maine. She was the daughter of George and Iona (Wescott) Webber. \r\n\r\nShe attended schools in Madison and Norridgewock, Maine and was a member of the first class to leave Norridgewock to graduate from Skowhegan High in 1946. Levina married Richard McKechnie on March 15, 1949. They had six children and cared for four foster children. She worked at many jobs during her life and was the first woman manager of McDonalds in Maine. \r\n\r\nIn addition to her husband, Levina was predeceased by her parents; brother Edwin and wife Trudy; sister Faylene and husband Scott; and brother Richard.\r\n\r\nLevina is survived by her sister, Nada Grant of Skowhegan, Maine; four daughters and two sons, Sherri Neri and husband David of Port St. Lucie, FL, Judith Clark and husband Gary of Calais, Maine, Lucinda Wittich and husband Woody of Hawk Point, MO, Lester McKechnie and wife Sharon of Waterville, Maine, Terry DenAdel and husband Rob of Nashville, TN, and John McKechnie of Skowhegan, Maine; 10 grandchildren, Sean Petrie and wife Rebecca of FL, Heather Boatright and husband Scott of FL, Jessica Stout and husband Brad of IL, Rachael Clark and life partner Jim Sweeney of NH, Amanda LaBelle and husband Travis of ME, John DenAdel and Jennifer of TN, Scott DenAdel and wife Carrie of CA, Rex Wittich and wife Dena of MO, and Jesse Wittich and companion Tori Gott of MO; three step grandchildren, Angie Sacks of PA, Ronnie Quirion and Randy Quirion of ME; 18 great grandchildren, Emma, Kate, Hannah, Evan, Jacey, Ryen, Tenley, Danyelle, Zoey, Tyler, Emilia, Noah, Eva, Skylar, Josephine, Cecily, Jayde, and Gabriella; a dear brother in law Earl Luce; and many nieces, nephews, and friends. \r\n\r\nThe family wishes to thank the staff at Eastport Memorial Nursing Home where she was well-cared for during her three-year residence. We also wish to thank Sunrise Dialysis Clinic for their care over the years. \r\n\r\nA memorial service will be held next summer in Madison when arrangements can be made for family to attend.