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She was an outstanding cook and was well-known for her homemade fudge, cakes and candy.
Pat is survived by her children, Sheila Marine, Robert “Buddy” Short and his wife Laurie and Marsha Middleton, all of Laurel; three grandchildren, Jaime Marine, Rob Marine and Robert “Gator” Short Jr.; two great-grandsons, J. Moore and Waylon Short; two sisters, Ginny Whaley and Darlene Morgan; and one sister-in-law, Irene King. Flaudine was born in Philadelphia, Pa., a daughter of the late John and Catherine Cropper.
She really liked to travel, especially cruises and she had been on more than 30 of them. and Bonita Lundberg of Laurel; 11 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. She attended Bridgeville Elementary and Bridgeville High School where she made lifelong friends.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Ira Richard Otwell in 1983, a daughter, Catherine Mae Otwell and her siblings, William B. She also attended an elocution and finishing school as a gift from her beloved Aunt Pauline Tresnak Satterfield. At the age of 13, she was refused entrance to a summer dance at the beach and returned only to throw an overripe watermelon onto the dance floor.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to Vitas Hospice, 30265 Commerce Dr., Ste. 3, 2017, at Christiana Hospital in Newark, surrounded by her family and loved ones.
Pat was born in Laurel to Sirman Ferrell and Margie (Hastings) Ferrell on Friday, March 6, 1942. 13, 1958 and they shared 59 years of marriage until his recent death on Nov. Pat worked for numerous years at Acme Market as a cashier, followed by many years as a waitress at Dillards, Smith’s and Jimmy’s Grille Restaurant.
She also leaves to cherish her memory many nieces and nephews; a special friend, Connie Shockley and her beloved dog, Sadie. The family would like to extend their thanks to the medical staff at Christiana Hospital for their valiant efforts and compassion during her hospitalization. Flaudine was a homemaker and had also worked as a beautician for Riggins Beauty Shop. Contributions may be made to Centenary UM Church, 200 W. Arrangements are in the care of Hannigan, Short, Disharoon Funeral Home, Laurel. Mary Stuart -- Mary Elizabeth Hall Stuart, 80, passed away peacefully in Portland, Ore., on Wednesday, Dec. Mary Stuart lived exactly how she wanted and died exactly the way she wanted - quickly and without pain - so to that end celebration is in order and not sadness. Mary Stuart was a vibrant, energy-infused, fearless woman. Mary was compassionate, generous, loving and, most of all, lived a life of pure service often subordinating her own interests for others. Mary was successful in every area of her life - in marriage, as a daughter, as a mother, and as a businesswoman. She grew up in the community of Atlanta just outside Bridgeville.
Marianne graduated from high school in 1975 in Dover.
One of his favorites made the cover of the Delaware Small Wonders calendar of 1984. A funeral service will be held at noon at Christ Evangelistic Church, Camp Road, Laurel, on Wednesday, Jan. Mildred Lorraine Graves -- Mildred Lorraine Graves, 93, of Bridgeville, passed away peacefully at her home on Friday, Dec. Karen had worked for the Du Pont Company in Seaford and for Solo Cup in Federalsburg, Md. 21, at Hannigan, Short, Disharoon Funeral Home, 700 West St., Laurel. He was a hard-hat/salvage diver and first gunner’s mate.
Fishing was also a favorite passion, as typical of many Eastern Shore natives. He is survived by sons, Brian Cordrey of Delmar and Jeffrey Cordrey and wife Susan of Seaford; a host of friends from Du Pont and his St. In addition to his parents and his wife, Charles was preceded in death by a sister, Dorothy Beach. She was known for her kind heart and sense of humor. Karen is survived by her brothers, Steven Morris of Seaford and David Morris of Texas; her sisters, Nina Briggs of Bridgeville and Lisa Morris of Seaford; nieces and nephews, Amber Morris, Alison Hazeltine, Brooke Williamson and Dean Williamson; and great-nieces and nephews, Hannah, Leah, Travis and Tristen. Jack served with the Stamford (Conn.) Police Department from 1964 to 1984.
Services are in the care of Bennie Smith Funeral Home, Seaford. She was also queen bee of the Red Hat Ladies and a charter member of the Laurel Alumni Association. Market St., Laurel, where a viewing will be held one hour prior to the service. She was a believer and lived by example practicing unconditional love, forgiveness, and service to family, friends and fellow mankind. As a skilled entertainer and dexterous cook, Mary could simultaneously transition an impromptu cocktail party of 20 into a sumptuous sit-down dinner in a matter of a few hours. Mary was raised in her grandfather’s country store, her bassinet on the counter and later grew up working in the store with her father, mother and older brother.
She loved to play cards with her friends and family. Otwell (Jan) of Laurel; her daughters, Debbie Carter (Rusty) of Federalsburg, Md. Tragically, Mary lost her older brother Billy to a car accident when she was 14.
Raised in the country store, she tended the cash register, pumped gas and cut meat and whatever else was needed.