HULLS COVE – Nina C. Cochran, 78, died unexpectedly in Matapedia, Quebec, June 26, 2004. She was born Sept. 3, 1925, in Philadelphia, Pa., the daughter of Mary Glendinning Cooke and Jay Cooke. Nini graduated from Springside School in 1943 and worked as a Red Cross volunteer until the end of World War II. At the family farm, “Swallowfield,” in Blue Bell, Pa., she raised her four children with much love and good humor. Over the years numerous animals and many of her children’s friends, who lived for a time at “Swallowfield,” were lucky enough to receive her loving care as well. Nini also devoted a great deal of time to the Chestnut Hill Hospital serving on the auxiliary, and was an active member of the Random Garden Club. In 1976, Nini moved to Maine, where all of her children had settled and married John Cochran. Together they enjoyed gardening, boating, traveling, fly-fishing and most of all their beloved camp on the Skillings River. Nini was a devoted wife and mother. She was the heart and soul of her large family, all of whom adored her. Throughout her life, Nini’s generous and loving nature and her wonderful sense of humor made her many friends from all walks of life. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Nini is survived by her husband of 27 years, John Cochran of Hulls Cove; her four children, Nina E. Horner and her husband, William, of Bar Harbor, Eleanor E. Browder and her husband, William, of Freeport, Jay C. Emlen and his wife, Candyce, of Pretty Marsh, Thomas F. Emlen and his wife, Sara, of Chestnut Hill, Pa. In addition, she is survived by her grandchildren, Jennifer Judd-McGee and her husband, Samuel, of Portland, Kathryn Gonda of Traverse City, Mich., Samuel Judd of Chapel Hill, N.C., Emily and Hannah Browder of Freeport, Nina and Jay Emlen of Pretty Marsh, Eleanor and Kathryn Testa of Chestnut Hill, Pa.; and her great-grandchildren, Eleanor and Chase McGee of Portland; her sister, Mary Ellen Johnson and her husband, Hallett, of Princeton, N.J.; numerous nieces and nephews also survive her. A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday, July 14, 2004, at St. Saviour’s Episcopal Church, Bar Harbor. Contributions in Nini’s memory may be made to Acadia Choral Society, care of Shirley Smith, 213 Winkumpaugh Road, Ellsworth, ME 04605.