Ashes of “Molly Kool” to be Spread at Sea 

The ashes of the first woman in North America to become a licensed ship captain will be scattered at sea Sunday in the waters off New Brunswick.Molly Carney, known as “Molly Kool,” died in February at the age of 93.At the time, she was living in a Bangor retirement community, where residents called her “Captain Molly.”Molly grew up in the village of Alma, New Brunswick, where she learned a love of sailing from her father, a Dutch ship captain.She sailed her father’s 70-foot boat between New Brunswick and Boston for several years before following her future husband to Maine.Molly’s ashes will be spread in the Bay of Fundy, near the town where she was born.