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Betty Robinson Sanford Betty Robinson Sanford 1937 – 2021 HARPSWELL – Betty Robinson Sanford, 83, heard the angels singing and decided to join her heavenly family on Wednesday Jan. 13, 2021. We are quite sure her brother, “Nunny,” who passed away in World War II, was leading the chorus as Betty was singing “Comin’ in on a Wing and a Prayer” just hours before. She truly believed in the lord and his guardian angels so it’s interesting that she picked that song, as she would have only been 8 years old at the end of the war. Born March 2, 1937, she was the only daughter, born nine years after the last of three sons, to Gloria (Gagnon) and Lawrence Robinson. Formerly of Old Turner Road in Auburn, Betty lived most of her adult life in West Bath and Brunswick. Sunflower Lane in West Bath was named after her love of sunflowers. Given her green thumb and love of flower gardens, she would plant rows of sunflowers so the birds could get a meal and she would get a smile. Later in life, Betty moved to the Coastal Landing Senior Retirement Community where she had the time of her life. Enjoying dinner with friends in the dining hall, the many sing-alongs, and the weekly Bingo games were her favorites. As health declined, Betty spent her last years living with her daughter in Harpswell. There she was able to lavish her two great-grandchildren, who lived next door, with all the […]