Laurie Ann Moulton

May 02, 2014
Laurie Ann Moulton

Rockland — Laurie Ann Moulton, 49, of Rockland passed away unexpectedly April 29, 2014, after complications from an emergency surgery at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor after battling an illness for three years.

She was born Aug. 29, 1964, to the late John Robinson and Laura Alley in Rockland.

After graduating from the Camden School district in 1982, where Laurie had studied nursing she ended up entering the work force at National Sea Products in Rockland. Soon after, in 1984, Laurie met her husband and best friend Ronald Moulton of Boothbay and they began their family together when they had their first of three children in 1985. She also spent many years working at Mail Services as a machine supervisor. After that career came to the end, she was able to start and devote her time to her dream business as director of Crowned Royalty Pageants, along with spending more time with grandchildren who she adored. Laurie was a loving wife, mother and grandmother who always put others first and she was a wonderful friend. She will be truly missed, but never forgotten by her entire family. Her kind heart has been seen and touched by all whom new her.

Laurie is predeceased by her father John Robinson, mother in-law Gwendolyn Ott, father in-law Francis Moulton, sister-in-law Lori Roscoe and niece Randi Lynn Chace.

Laurie is survived by her loving husband, Ronald Moulton who she spent her life with for 30 years and they have three wonderful children together Scott Moulton, 28, of Rockland, Nichole Marie Copeland, 26, and husband Brett of Rockland, Shyanne Renee Moulton, 24, and her companion Amanda Starr of Rockland, three grandchildren Kayley Gwendolyn Jean Copeland and Hayden Charles Nathan Copeland and Ashur Knight, all of Rockland; brother Scott Robinson and his wife Jill of Warren; sister Tina Robinson of Auburn. Laurie also had many nieces and nephews that she loved dearly, Jessie Moulton, Ricky Chace, Casey Robinson, Sasha Labbay, Benjamin Labbay, Heaven Dow, Jayla Robinson and two great-nieces Nevaeh Howes and Hailey Robinson. She also leaves behind a sister in-law Arlene Foss and brother in-law Bill Roscoe.

There will be a celebration of her life Saturday, May 17, from noon to 4 p.m. with light food and beverages at the Rockport Masonic Center, 361 Main St. Rockport.

To share a condolence or memory with the family, please visit directcremationofmaine.com.

Comments (4)
Posted by: Shelly Nichols | May 04, 2014 13:33

Gone to soon!  Laurie was a great person. Full of laughs and love.  So much for family to go through. My thoughts are with all of the Moultons.



Posted by: Barbara G Roscoe | May 03, 2014 21:07

The smile you brought to all the children who participated in your recent pageants was amazing.  The passion you put into making the day fun for both child and parent made participating fun.  You will be missed by more people than you realize.  RIP my friend.



Posted by: Gail Ferris | May 02, 2014 21:12

I worked with Laurie at mail services for all the time she was there and we had a blast and raised peticular hell at times but got our work done. Loved that girl to death, she was the best and I will deeply miss her

 



Posted by: Catherine Cooper | May 02, 2014 14:13

I worked for a short time with Laurie at Mail Services and she was a funny lady with a lot of spunk. She would crank up her country music and we would work hard but in a fun atmosphere because of her. My deepest sympathies to her family and friends.



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