Rome: Marguerite Tobin Mosher died at home on Monday March 12. She was born on February 18, 1923 to John D. Tobin and Florence A. Dudley Tobin. Marguerite was a graduate of Williams High School, Oakland, ME and the Eastman Dental School in Rochester, NY. She worked as a dental hygienist in Old Town, ME, then enlisted during WW II in the U.S. Navy, in which she served as a Pharmacist Mate 3rd Class in San Diego. 2. In 1946 she married Bertram G. Mosher and together they owned and operated Bear Spring Camps in Rome, Maine, until Bert s death in 1987. She remained active in camp operations for many years where she continued her sewing (drapes and upholstery for 32 camps), knitting, and birding interests, along with her daughter, Margaret (Peg) Churchill and her son-in-law Ron. Peg and Ron continue to own and operate the camps today where they cared for Marguerite until her death. She was predeceased by her husband, Bert and her sister, Miriam, whose husband Everett was a classmate at Williams High and now resides in Zephyrhills, FL. She leaves behind many friends and family members including her daughters and their families: Jane and Bill Kemerer; Lynn and Don Bushnell and children Katharine, Rebecca and Stephen ; Martha Mosher and Scott Nivus and children Kristina, Alexander and Miranda; and Peg and Ron Churchill and children Abigayle and Spencer. Friends are invited to visit 4-6 PM on Friday March 16 at Wheeler Funeral Home 26 Church Street Oakland where a funeral service will be held 11:00 AM on Saturday March 17. Spring burial will be at the Pine Grove Cemetery in Belgrade. Online guest book may be signed at www.wheelerfh.com. Those who wish to make donations in lieu of flowers are invited to donate to the Maine Children s Home for Little Wanderers in Waterville, Maine (mainechildrenshome.org). The family especially thanks Dr. Farrington, Kathy, Jill and all other caregivers for their outstanding support.