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As Mary matured, she transformed into a striking natural beauty, not so much the girl next door, but an exotic looking woman.Being dark-complected, Mary was later compared to Elizabeth Taylor.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.Mitchell and Anna “Muffy” Adkins; sisters, Joan Dashiell and Libby Vaughn; and brothers, Dickie Laird and Morgan Laird. No year was complete without a return visit to Letchworth State Park in Portageville, N. She loved her family reunions in New York where laugh-a-thons were held with aunts, uncles and cousins. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Marianne’s memory to the Transplant House in Philadelphia at Clyde F. Richard Dale Meding -- Richard Dale Meding, 80, of Laurel, went to be at peace with the Lord on Friday, Dec. Richard was born in Harrington, a son of the late Walter and Laura Meding. She was preceded in death by her husband, Preston J. 21, in the chapel of Short Funeral Services, 609 E.

Sundays were always reserved for church followed by “dinner at Mom Mom’s.” She was happiest when the entire family was “on the farm.” Rosemary and “Hilly” would spend their winters in Florida, but always made it home to spend Christmas with the family. Marianne (Fratelli) Neal -- Marianne (Fratelli) Neal, 60, passed away on Saturday, Dec. Marianne enjoyed playing guitar and all kinds of music.

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.

Rose Mary Hill -- Rose Mary Hill, 81, of Delmar, passed away on Tuesday, Dec. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Laurel for over 20 years. Marianne worked for Nanticoke Memorial Hospital from 1979 until 2012.

19, 2017, at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury, Md., surrounded by her family. 6, 1936 in Pocomoke, Md., a daughter of the late Duke and Grace Weidema. She and her husband spent many years raising chickens and received “Grower of the Year” on four separate occasions. Marianne enjoyed playing tennis in high school and following the sport in her adult life.

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