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He was a talented ship modeler, craftsman and historian.
He was a lobsterman, spending hours on his boat, the “Jack Pot” and loved fishing on LI Sound. He enjoyed playing pool, riding his motorcycle, pampering his pets and being out in nature. He was a member of the VFW Post 4961 in Seaford and the American Legion Post 218 in Sharptown, Md.
Jack was a Stamford resident for many years, moving to Norwalk in 1984.
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.One of his favorites made the cover of the Delaware Small Wonders calendar of 1984. A funeral service will be held at noon at Christ Evangelistic Church, Camp Road, Laurel, on Wednesday, Jan. Mildred Lorraine Graves -- Mildred Lorraine Graves, 93, of Bridgeville, passed away peacefully at her home on Friday, Dec. Karen had worked for the Du Pont Company in Seaford and for Solo Cup in Federalsburg, Md. 21, at Hannigan, Short, Disharoon Funeral Home, 700 West St., Laurel. He was a hard-hat/salvage diver and first gunner’s mate.Fishing was also a favorite passion, as typical of many Eastern Shore natives. He is survived by sons, Brian Cordrey of Delmar and Jeffrey Cordrey and wife Susan of Seaford; a host of friends from Du Pont and his St. In addition to his parents and his wife, Charles was preceded in death by a sister, Dorothy Beach. She was known for her kind heart and sense of humor. Karen is survived by her brothers, Steven Morris of Seaford and David Morris of Texas; her sisters, Nina Briggs of Bridgeville and Lisa Morris of Seaford; nieces and nephews, Amber Morris, Alison Hazeltine, Brooke Williamson and Dean Williamson; and great-nieces and nephews, Hannah, Leah, Travis and Tristen. Jack served with the Stamford (Conn.) Police Department from 1964 to 1984.In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to Vitas Hospice, 30265 Commerce Dr., Ste. 3, 2017, at Christiana Hospital in Newark, surrounded by her family and loved ones.
Pat was born in Laurel to Sirman Ferrell and Margie (Hastings) Ferrell on Friday, March 6, 1942. 13, 1958 and they shared 59 years of marriage until his recent death on Nov. Pat worked for numerous years at Acme Market as a cashier, followed by many years as a waitress at Dillards, Smith’s and Jimmy’s Grille Restaurant.
Numerous brother and sister-in-laws, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and dear friends will also miss Marianne’s giant smile and heart. Charles William Cordrey -- Charles William Cordrey, 99, a lifelong resident of Delmar, passed away peacefully at the Seaford Center on Sunday, Dec. He graduated from Delmar High School and then secured a job at the newly opened Du Pont Co. He married Norma Jane Adkins and they had two sons, Brian and Jeffrey. Charles had many interests - number one on his list was golf, which he played into his 90’s. He was involved in many youth groups teaching gun safety. Interment will be held privately in Delaware Veterans Cemetery, Millsboro. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph Graves and son, Wilfred (Jeffrenia) Tatum. “Dot” Hudson of Laurel, died in her sleep on Friday, Dec. John Francis ‘Jack’ Morgan -- John Francis “Jack” Morgan, 79, of Seaford, passed away on Monday, Dec. Y., the son of the late John Morgan and Catherine Kelley Morgan Waterbury.