BATH and GARLAND – Bridget Marie Stutzke, 22, died Saturday, Oct. 15, 2005, in Brunswick, along with her son, Jakob Thyme Everett-Stutzke. Bridget was born May 23, 1983, weighing 4 lbs., 3 oz., seven weeks premature with a feisty spirit. She spent 17 days in Neonatal Intensive Care and was released early because she was so strong. A bright and inquisitive young child who adapted well to the adversities that life had given her. She spent the first three years of her life in New Jersey then moved to Maine. She enjoyed the outdoors and her big family in Maine. She played flute in the band and played field hockey in grade school. She loved hiking, camping and walks on the beach. She attended both Dexter Regional and Morse High Schools graduating from Morse, where she picked up the hobby of photography and art. In high school, she enjoyed being on the stage crew and doing theatre. After graduating from high school she became more active in the L.A.R.P. community where she enjoyed inventing new roles and helping others to invent their own roles. She enjoyed a wide range of music. She was always willing to lend a helping hand to someone else. She tried several jobs after graduating from high school until she settled in at the Cabin Restaurant in Bath, where she worked until the birth of her son, Jakob. She moved to Garland to be near family after Jakob was born. She devoted all her time and energy to raising a fine young boy, who sparkled and shined with pure joy of life, which made her happy. She passed away going out to have fun with her friend, Josh, and her son, Jakob. She will be sorely missed and tenderly cherished for all time by those she left behind. Surviving is her mother, Vicky Conner and her husband, Frank Connor, of Garland; her father, William Stutzke and his wife, Bonnie Blanch, of Bath; maternal grandparents, Neva Cobb and John Cobb of Corinna, Gardiner Webber and Dodie Webber of Dexter; paternal grandmother, Doris Stutzke of Brigantine, N.J.; also survived by many cousins. A memorial service will be held 3 p.m. Friday at the United Church of Christ Congregational (UCC), Congress Avenue with the Rev. Bill Bliss officiating. Interment will be in Hathaway Cemetery in Garland. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the Morse High School Fine Arts Department, care of Constance Panetski, 826 High St., Bath, ME 04530. Arrangements are by Stetson’s Funeral Home, 12 Federal St., Brunswick. Memorial condolences may be expressed at