Beverly C. Worthington

Jun 03, 2019
Beverly Worthington

Rockland — Beverly C. Worthington, 92, died peacefully, Monday, May 27, 2019, at Sussman House in Rockport.

Born in Warren July 30, 1926, she was the daughter of Robert J. and Eva Starrett Cogan. She attended Warren and Rockland schools. She graduated from Rockland High School with the class of 1944.

Beverly married Kenneth L. Mignault Oct. 26, 1945. He passed away Dec. 9, 1977, at the age of 51.

On Jan. 1, 1982, she married Kenneth Wiggin of Mattapoisett, Mass. They lived in Florida and Rockland until his passing in May of 1998.

She and Everett Worthington were married Jan. 17, 2001, and resided in Rockland until he died Dec. 8, 2003.

She was also predeceased by her parents; two brothers, Norman K. Cogan, Eugene F. Cogan; a sister, Louie Cogan Morton; a special aunt, Louie Cogan Rogers; and a niece, Patsy Small.

She is survived by her daughter, Sally Mignault Turner, and her husband, Jayson, of Pine Mountain Club, Calif., and their three daughters; a son, Robert L. Mignault, of Ohio, and his daughter; a niece, Kathy Wood, of Union; two stepdaughters, Christine "Ginger" Wiggen Jensen and her husband, Ronald, of Largo, Fla., Kendra Wiggin Schuster of Warren and her family; a stepson, David Worthington, and his wife, Beverly, of Naples, Fla.

Beverly worked for several years at the Samoset Resort Gift Shop, and in earlier years often assisted her first husband, Kenneth Mignault, in his business, Mid Coast Appliance Center.

She was an active member of the class of '44, a past member of the Golden Rod Chapter Order of the Eastern Star, Ladies J.C.’s, Ladies Extension and the Lady Shrine Club. She volunteered many years with the Rockland Historical Society and at the former Knox General Hospital and later at Pen Bay Medical Center.

Beverly was a longtime member of the Rockland Congregational Church, and for the past several years attended Littlefield Memorial Baptist Church in Rockland.

Friends and relatives are welcome to attend a graveside service at 2 p.m, Thursday, June 6, at Fairview Cemetery, Patterson Mill Road, Warren. Pastor Mark Adolphsen will officiate.

While flowers are welcome, those who wish may make memorial contributions to Maine Children’s Home for Little Wanderers, 93 Silver St., Waterville, ME 04901.

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