Philip L. An­der­son

Cecil Whig - - OPINION -

— Philip L. An­der­son, 38, of Elk­ton, MD, passed away peace­fully Satur day, March 26, 2016 and is now soar­ing with the ea­gles. Phil had a great spirit and wanted to be re­mem­bered for his laugh­ter. He was an avid Steel­ers fan. Phil en­joyed watch­ing all the Rocky movies, fish­ing, metal de­tect­ing, and cel­e­brat­ing the Christ­mas hol­i­days. He was fas­ci­nated by bald ea­gles. Most of all Phil loved his fam­ily and friends who will cher­ish their mem­o­ries of him for­ever.

Phil is sur­vived by his fi­ancée, Car­rie Peck; sons, Philip L. Kes­sell and Joseph An­der­son; daugh­ters, Mykayla An­der­son and Kristal Neal; sis­ter, Dawn An­der­son; brother, Shawn An­der­son (fi­ancee, Chris­tine); neph­ews, Anthony and Ni­cholas Asaro; and his two dogs, Bruiser and Skeeter; He was pre­ceded in death by his mother, Reba Hewett.

A vis­i­ta­tion will be held Satur­day, April 2, from 9:3011 a.m. in the Strano & Fee­ley Fam­ily Fu­neral Home, 635 Church­mans Road, Ne­wark, DE 19702, fol­lowed by a ser­vice in cel­e­bra­tion of Phil’s life at 11 a.m. Burial will be pri­vate.

In lieu of flow­ers, do­na­tions may be sent in Phil’s mem­ory to CHOP (Chil­dren’s Hospital of Philadel­phia), 34th & Civic Cen­ter Blvd., Philadel­phia, PA 19104.

For di­rec­tions or to send an on­line con­do­lence visit www.stra­nofee­

Strano & Fee­ley Fam­ily Fu­neral Home. 302-7315459.


Gar­den Club of North East. Winnie was also in­volved in the North East Women’s Civic League.

In ad­di­tion to a sunny dis­po­si­tion and an en­thu­si­asm for serv­ing oth­ers, Winnie had a fun, light-hearted side that truly shined … no time was this more ap­par­ent when she founded Les Grand Dames of Ce­cil County—a lo­cal Ce­cil County chap­ter of the ‘Red Hat So­ci­ety’. As queen mother for her chap­ter, Winnie and her fel­low Red Hat­ters en­joyed many fun times to­gether.

Many peo­ple grew to know Winnie in her later years, and how fun she could be. Many peo­ple didn’t know the young Winnie, who was a pro­fes­sional roller-skater, who toured per­form­ing acro­bats with a skat­ing part­ner, or the young woman who mod­eled for the nicer depart­ment stores in Sal­is­bury dur­ing the 1950’s. Many peo­ple didn’t know that Winnie was an ac­com­plished seam­stress, a painter, and a woman with a beau­ti­ful voice that loved to sing.

Winnie also loved to cook, and she was an ex­cel­lent chef. Winnie loved to read, and travel the world—for she had an ad­ven­ture­some spirit. How­ever, Winnie’s ul­ti­mate pas­sion and fo­cus in life were her chil­dren, grand­chil­dren, and great­grand­chil­dren. We will for­ever miss her lov­ing touch, yet for­ever be for­ti­fied by her ten­der and ever­last­ing grace.

She is sur­vived by her hus­band: Le­land F. Cor­bett Sr.; her chil­dren: Le­land F. Cor­bett Jr. and wife Judi of North East, MD; Brenda Cruse Zac­cheria of Hay­mar­ket, VA, Su­san Cor­bett Black­well and hus­band Chan­ning of Hay­mar­ket, VA; six grand­chil­dren: Linda Cruse Pelachick and hus­band Keith of Hay­mar­ket, VA, Melissa Cruse Mc­Cal­lum and hus­band Pete of Spice­wood, TX, Don­ald R. Cruse Jr. and wife Cristina of Pasadena, MD, Wil­liam Cor­bett Black­well, Win­ston Cor­bett Black­well and El­iz­a­beth Mor­gan Cor­bett Black­well, all of Hay­mar­ket, VA; and six great grand­chil­dren: Ju­lian, Alexan­der and Eli­jah Mc­Cal­lum, Olivia and Ben Pelachick and Char­lie Cruse.

Me­mo­rial ser­vices will be held on Wed­nes­day, April 6, 11 a.m. at Crouch Fu­neral Home, P.A., 127 South Main St., North East, MD, where the fam­ily will re­ceive guests be­gin­ning one hour prior to the ser­vice.

For con­do­lences, please visit www.crouch­fu­neral kowski, nine grand­chil­dren and many nieces, neph­ews and many close friends.

Bar­bara worked as a hair dresser for 30 years, later in the bank­ing in­dus­try, casino and real estate in­dus­tries. She was an amaz­ing woman and was there with her car­ing na­ture when any­one needed her. She al­ways put ev­ery­one first and fore­most with her gen­er­ous na­ture and would do any­thing for her fam­ily and friends.

She loved spend­ing time with her grand­chil­dren, she never missed a game, recital or any­thing they were in­volved in. She was an avid sport fan of the Ea­gles and en­joyed do­ing puzzles, vis­it­ing fam­ily, go­ing to bingo and play­ing slot ma­chines.

A Me­mo­rial Mass is sched­uled for 11 a.m., Satur­day, April 2 at Im­mac­u­late Con­cep­tion Church, 455 Bow St., Elk­ton, MD, Rev­erend Paul Col­lo­ton, O.S.F.S. will of­fi­ci­ate.

In lieu of flow­ers, please con­sider con­tri­bu­tions made in her mem­ory to He­len F. Gra­ham Cancer Cen­ter at Chris­tiana Care, 4701 Ogle­town Stan­ton Rd, Ne­wark, DE 19713. Cooney and his wife, Erika, of Fol­son, CA; Brian Lovett and his wife Amanda, of Al­len­town, PA; Michael Lovett and his wife, Lind­say, of Ar­ling­ton, VA; Great­grand­sons Reid and Gra­ham Lovett of Al­len­town, PA; and many beloved nieces and neph­ews.

We will cel­e­brate her life at 11 a.m. Satur­day, April 2 at the R.T. Foard Fu­neral Home, 111 South Queen St., Ris­ing Sun, MD 21911. Pre­ced­ing the ser­vice there will be a vis­i­ta­tion be­gin­ning at 10 a.m. In­ter­ment will fol­low in the Brookview Ceme­tery.

In lieu of flow­ers, con­tri­bu­tions may be made to the char­ity of your choice.

To send con­do­lences, please visit www.rt­

R.T. Foard Fu­neral Home, P.A.

A Life Cel­e­bra­tion ® Home den­ing and trav­el­ing to Puerto Val­larta, Mex­ico and South Amer­ica. He had a great pas­sion for cook­ing. He loved cook­ing for oth­ers, par­tic­u­larly his niece Me­gan Pleasan­ton. He en­joyed read­ing cook­ing recipes, but of­ten made changes to the recipes to suit his or his quest taste.

Gary was pre­ceded in death by his fa­ther Robert R. Pleasan­ton Sr.

He is sur­vived by his mother, Louisa Zeh, daugh­ter Mel­lissa Pleasan­ton, and son Nathan Pleasan­ton. He was one of nine sib­lings, sur­vived by brothers Robert Pleasan­ton Jr. of War­wick, MD, Wil­liam Pleasan­ton (Tami) of War­wick, Brian Pleasan­ton of the Phillip­ines, Arthur Pleasan­ton (Jan­ice) of Ne­wark, DE, Wal­lace Pleasan­ton of War­wick, Terry Pleasan­ton of Ton­a­pah, NV, Patrick Pleasan­ton (Allyson) of War­wick; and one sis­ter Linda Pleasan­ton of Las Ve­gas, NV. Many nieces and neph­ews in­clud­ing his fa­vorite Me­gan Pleasan­ton.

A me­mo­rial ser­vice will be held Satur­day, May 7, 11 a.m. at Daniels & Hutchi­son Fu­neral Home, 212 N. Broad St., Mid­dle­town, DE 19709. Inurn­ment will fol­low in St. Anne’s Ceme­tery.

In lieu of flow­ers, me­mo­rial do­na­tions may be made to Old St. Anne’s Ceme­tery Fund c/o St. Anne’s Epis­co­pal Church, P.O. Box 421, Mid­dle­town, DE 19709.

Af­ter mov­ing to Sas­safras Farm near Ce­cil­ton in 1974 he es­tab­lished Up­p­lands Holly, grow­ing and mar­ket­ing Christ­mas holly and con­tin­ued this busi­ness un­til 2002. In Ce­cil County, he had been a mem­ber of the Up­per Ch­e­sa­peake Wa­ter­shed As­so­ci­a­tion, the Sas­safras River Ducks Un­lim­ited, the Ce­cil County Repub­li­can Cen­tral Com­mit­tee, the Ce­cil Com­mu­nity Col­lege Foun­da­tion Board, the Broad­meadow School Board of Trustees, St. Stephens Epis­co­pal Church, was the long­time chair­man of the Ce­cil County Zon­ing Ap­peals Board and for over 50 years, a mem­ber of the Ce­cil­ton Lions Club and fa­cil­i­tated its an­nual Op­er­a­tion Daf­fodil.

In ad­di­tion to his wife of 51 years, Jac­que­line Wilkins Upp, he is sur­vived by two sons, John W. Upp and Andrew B. Upp, both of Ce­cil­ton, two grand­daugh­ters, Alexan­dra and Is­abelle and a sis­ter, Nancy Potter of We­ston, Mass.

There will be no pub­lic ser­vice.

Me­mo­rial con­tri­bu­tions may be made to Ce­cil­ton Lions Char­i­ties, P.O. Box 477, Ce­cil­ton, MD 21913.

Ar­range­ments by Galena Fu­neral Home of Stephen L. Schaech, Galena, MD.

www. gale­na­fu­ner­al­home of­



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