Maureen Hilarie Brand Corton

August 18, 1936April 25, 2021

On April 25, 2021 Maureen Hilarie Brand Corton, Loving wife to John W. Corton of 55 years, passed suddenly at the age of 84 in Kissimmee, FL.

Maureen was Born in Scotland on August 18th 1936 to William & Doreen (Sanson) Harris and settled in the US in 1966, becoming a US Citizen in 1973.

Maureen work as a beautician before retiring and was involved many organizations including Eastern Star, Daughters of Scotia and the Red Hatters.

Maureen was loving, kind and compassionate with a strong Faith in God Most recently she enjoyed volunteering in the gift shop, delivering meals with her husband and acting as village Ambassador for Maple leaf shores at the Good Samaritan Village.

She is survived by her Daughter Ann & Husband Michael Sollberger of Berwick ME. Her Son Richard & Wife Diane Corton of Saugus Ma. Her Brother Raymond Harris of Swampscott Ma. Cousin Scott Harris of Hawick Scotland. Her Grandchildren Jennifer Wood, Christopher Murphy, Steven Murphy, Ashley Corton, Patrick Harrigan, Michael Sollberger, Cory Sollberger & Colin Harrigan.

As well as 12 great grandchildren and several nieces & nephews A memorial service is planned for Tuesday May 4 at 1pm at Good Samaritan Community Church In Kissimmee FL,

Another service will be planned at a later date for friends & Family in Massachusetts. In leu of flowers donations can be made to the Seven Stars Foundation.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


Maureen Hilarie Brand Corton

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Donna Banks

May 14, 2021

Once Maureen and I were sneaking to feed some carrots to a bunny.( You are not suppose to feed the wildlife). We snuck past anyone that would tell on us. These carrots were going to be about a 12 foot throw. Maureen choose the underhand throw. She tossed almost straight up in the air and then the carrots landed on the roof. (Of course the roof of folks that wouldn't be to happy about us feeding bunny). We laughed and laughed, and yes we were partners in crime! It was truly a great moment shared!

Molly Stone

May 5, 2021

My deepest sympathy toJack and family. Maureen is greatly missed. She was a lovely lady and friend. I loved her sense of humor. She made real shortbread and the best lemon bread/cake for those of us lucky enough to be invited to her home. Thoughts and prayers for all missing her.

Nancy Silva (Corton)

April 30, 2021

Jackie and family, I am so very sorry for the loss of your dear wife Maureen. You are both very special people. Peace be with you
Love cousin Nancy and family


April 27, 2021

John- Sorry for your loss. Just wanted to let you know it was so touching to hear you say you were happy to have had 55 years of wonderful memories together. I’m happy to know you have a strong support system that hopefully helps you get through this tough time. This is from a nurse.