Sylvia M. Fet­ter, Sykesville home­maker

Baltimore Sun - - OBITUARIES - — Fred­er­ick N. Ras­mussen

Sylvia M. Fet­ter, a home­maker who en­joyed spend­ing time at the beach, died Mon­day from con­ges­tive heart fail­ure at Car­roll Hospice’s Dove House in West­min­ster. She was 83. The daugh­ter of Ove Gun­ther Ny­man, a ship’s chan­dler, and Hilde­gard Ny­man, a home­maker, Sylvia Marie Ny­man was born and raised in Audubon, N.J., and at­tended Audubon High School.

In 1961, Ms. Fet­ter moved to Ran­dall­stown, where she worked part-time for a clean­ers. In 1980 she be­came a Sykesville res­i­dent.

She was an avid Bal­ti­more Ori­oles and Ravens fan and a mem­ber of the Billy Rip­ken Fan Club, fam­ily mem­bers said.

Ms. Fet­ter en­joyed gar­den­ing, tap danc­ing, bingo and play­ing cards. She also liked vis­it­ing casi­nos and Ocean City — which was her favorite beach des­ti­na­tion, ac­cord­ing to fam­ily mem­bers.

Plans for a cel­e­bra­tion of her life and an open house are in­com­plete. She is sur­vived by a son, Frank Fet­ter of Ocean City; two daugh­ters, Jeanne Chenoweth and Bet­ti­jane Shaf­fer, both of Sykesville; a brother, Ove Ny­man of Bell­mawr, N.J.; six grand­chil­dren; and six great­grand­chil­dren. An­other daugh­ter, Jan­ice Parker, died in 2006. Her marriage ended in di­vorce.

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