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In addition to his parents, Jack was preceded in death by a grandson, John Michael Fitzsimmons.
He is survived by his loving wife of 33 years, Sandy; his children, John Morgan (Toni) of Stamford and Michele Fitzsimmons (Michael) of Elizabethtown, Ky.; his loving stepchildren, Frank Guthman (Martha) of Norwalk, Conn., Lori Miller of Norwalk, Wendy O’Connell (Kevin) of Patterson, N.
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.
To offer words of comfort and sign the guestbook, visit She enjoyed camping and was past president of the Campers Association. Above all, she loved family, friends and was loved by so many. She was private and quiet about much including her faith. 8, 1936, the younger of two children of the late Ernest R. She went on to live in Oak Orchard, Houston, Texas and Portland.
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.
Her beauty earned her the title of Miss Bridgeville Greenwood.
She enjoyed taking photos of family and friends at gatherings plus rides in the country to photograph scenery and wildlife. followed by the funeral at 1, at Cranston Funeral Home, 300 Shipley St., Seaford. Hudson was a retiree of the Du Pont Nylon Plant in Seaford, having started when the plant first opened. A funeral service will be held at noon on Thursday, Dec.Jack was a Stamford resident for many years, moving to Norwalk in 1984.Upon retirement in 2006, Jack and Sandy moved to Seaford.Y., and Pam Landan (Bill) of Shelton, Conn.; 18 beautiful, talented and successful grandchildren and a growing number of adorable great-grandchildren.The family would like to thank Vitas Hospice for their compassion and support. Patsy Ellen Short -- Patsy Ellen Short, 75, of Laurel, passed away on Sunday, Dec.