Philip L. Anderson
— 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.
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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 home.com. 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.
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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.
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