Maude Morley

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Maude Marie Morley passed away on Saturday, December 18, 2021. She was 92. Born on September 16, 1929 in Regina, Saskatchewan, she was the only daughter of the late Edward and Charlotte Kern. Marie grew up in Regina, Saskatoon, and Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada. Her fondest memories were the large family gatherings at her grandparents' home. She went to university in Toronto where she met her former husband H. Barclay Morley. A devoted mother and grandmother, her family was everything to her. A long-time resident of Stamford, she moved to New Canaan in 1997 until March 2019 when she moved to Atria in Darien. Marie was a former member of the Country Club of Darien and Nutmeg Curling Club. She golfed, loved playing bridge and spending time with friends. She was an impeccable dresser, with a great sense of humor. She was a two-time cancer survivor. She is survived by her son Edward Morley (Katheryn) of New Canaan; grandchildren, Casey Morley of Winsted, Edward Morley, Abigail Morley and Tucker Morley, all of New Canaan and daughter-in-law Jane Vero of Stamford. In addition to her parents, she is pre-deceased by two sons, Gary Stuart Morley and Christopher Engen Morley. Edward Lawrence Funeral Home is in charge of the funeral arrangements. A private service will be held.
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