Lucille T. (Treamer) Burgess, 90, of Village Crossings in
ME and formerly of
Ipswich, died Friday June 7, 2013
her short illness. She was the wife of the late William E.
Wakefield, December 27, 1922 only child of the late Harold
W. and Nellie (Walker) Treamer, she was raised in Lynnfield
and was a graduate of Lynnfield public schools.
Due to her husband Billís job he and Lucille
his death in 1966 she moved to
Ipswich. During her years in Ipswich she was employed at
Hospital in Ipswich until its closure in 1979 then
worked at the former
Danvers until its
closure in 1990.
Lucille moved to
in 2010 to be closer to her family. It was a very hard decision
for her, as she had to leave behind many friends and her home of
She is survived by two nephews: Brian Denison and
his wife Maryanne of Cape Elizabeth, Jeffrey Denison of
Scarborough, great-nephews, William and Matthew Denison of
Elizabeth, brother in law Arthur Denison
and his wife Doris of Saco.
The family would like to thank the staff at
Village Crossings in
Elizabeth for their loving care to Lucille
as she transitioned from independent to assisted living. A
special thanks to Helen at Village Crossings who Lucille was
honored to call a friend.
private funeral service was held graveside in the
Lynnfield. Arrangements were under the
direction of the Whittier-Porter Funeral Home of Ipswich.
If so desired, in lieu of flowers, donations in her
memory can be made to The Stanley Museum,
P.O. Box 77,