Lori Ann Morton, 54

Lori Ann Morton

NAPLES — Lori Ann Morton, 54, surrounded by her large loving family, passed away peacefully Sunday Feb. 18, 2018 after losing her battle with breast cancer.

She was born April 16, 1963 in Biddeford, a daughter of Roger E. and Rita M. Beaulieu. At an early age, she loved to go to her grandparents house to visit and help take care of them. Later on, she worked as a personal care assistant, got a CNA degree and then worked at the Gorham House in their skilled nursing unit. She showed the utmost care and compassion for her patients. Family members of her patients wrote letters to the Gorham House praising her for the wonderful care that their loved ones had received from her.

She was a committed and loving wife, mom, sister, daughter and follower of Jesus Christ and loved her family members unconditionally. She also loved to share with others about her faith in Jesus Christ whenever the opportunity arose. She loved to give gifts but never wanted anything for herself. She loved to get family members together and prepare meals for them, something she learned from her parents.

She is survived by her husband Timothy Morton to whom she was married for 18 years; her daughters Jennifer Ross, age 37; Nicole Martin, age 32; son Jacob Morton, age 19; her grandmother Marie Beaulieu; her parents Roger and Rita Beaulieu; her siblings, Debra Emmons, Ricky Beaulieu, Michael Beaulieu, Tammy Edwards, Steven Beaulieu, and Carol Ingalls; her grandchildren Trenten Hunt, age 20; Abigail Hunt, age 19, Caitlin Ross, age 12, Tyler Ross, age 8, Luke Martin, age 8, Lana Martin age 5, Lily Martin age 2.

Lori is predeceased by her brother Kurt.

The way that she walked through life and her battle with cancer positively impacted many lives. She was a beautiful woman inside and out and will be greatly missed.

A funeral service honoring Lori’s life will be held 1 p..m., March 3, 2018 at the Windham Assembly of God Church. Online condolences may be left for the family at hallfuneralhome.net

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