GLYNNESE (MAYO) RAYMOND WILTON – Glynnese (Mayo) Raymond, 97, of Wilton, died peacefully at her home early Monday, Oct. 20, 2003. She was born Glynnese Ethel Mayo in Wilton, Nov. 10, 1905, the daughter of Granville Elmont and Ethel Jessie (Hood) Mayo. She received her education in Wilton schools, graduating from Wilton Academy in 1924. On Oct. 24, 1924, she married Philip Stevenson Raymond of North Jay by a minister in Livermore Falls. Mr. Raymond died Oct. 13, 1959. She and her husband lived in North Jay until moving to Wilton in 1946, and finally moving to Suncook, N.H., in 1954, with brief moves in between to Conway, N.H., Mount Airy, N.C., and North Chelmsford, Mass., following her husband’s career in the granite industry. During this time, she was a charter member of the Phippstown Club, the Jay Fire-man’s Auxiliary, the Wood-bine Temple No. 47 Phythian Sisters, and the Jay Historical Society; and was a past member of the North Jay Grange. She also traveled throughout the area giving readings and performing humorous musical mime skits. Mrs. Raymond moved back to Wilton after her husband’s death and went to work as a premier stitcher at Norwock Shoe Company in North Jay and Bass Shoe Company in Wilton to provide her teenage son the same home life her older son had been given earlier She finally retired at age 76, in 1981. She is survived by two sons, Philip Mayo Raymond and his wife, Shirley, and James Granville Raymond and his wife, Jane Cummings; one special granddaughter, Cathe-rine Marie Chobot and her husband, Peter; one great-grand-son, Steven Philip Shwartz; two great-granddaughters, Kim-berly Ann Chobot and Tersa Marie Chobot; several nephews and nieces, many grandnephews and nieces. Besides her husband, she was predeceased by her infant son, George Evans Raymond; her sister, Norma Kathleen Smith; her brothers, Kermit Evans Mayo and Hazen Elbert Mayo; and three nephews. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 25, at Wiles Funeral Home, 136 High St., Wilton, with Kathryn McGregor, pastor of the Wilton- North Jay Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be at Lakeview Cemetery. Visiting hours will be from 5-8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24, at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Jay Historical Society, care of Marlene Landus, 5 Summit St., Jay, ME 04239.