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He is survived by his wife of 28 years, Marge; two daughters, Diane and husband David Vance of Olmstead Falls, Ohio and Christy Urban of Royalton, Ohio; two step-children, Wendy Harpster of Milton and Ric Harpster, also of Milton; one brother, Mark and his wife Linda Urban of Akron, Ohio; and a step-nephew, Walt and his wife Kathy Stettler of Bloomsbury, N. He is also survived by six grandchildren, four step-grandchildren, three step-great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Gail Darlene Billings Jewell -- Gail Darlene Billings Jewell, 67, of Seaford, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018, at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury, Md. 5, 1936 in Delmar, Md., a daughter of the late Thomas and Lillian Nichols.
4, 2018, at Augusta Medical Center in Fishersville, Va.
Theresa Hammond Vickers -- Theresa Hammond Vickers, 94, passed away peacefully on Monday, Jan. She was born on the family farm east of Bridgeville on April 12, 1923, daughter of the late Harry and Bessie (Snowberger) Russell. Vickers attended Bridgeville High School and graduated as salutatorian of the Class of 1941.
After graduation, she entered the Memorial Hospital School of Nursing in Wilmington. Vickers left the nursing program in 1943 and married her fellow high school classmate, Harry A. Following World War II, they opened Hammond’s News Stand on Market Street in Bridgeville and operated it for many years, when small towns in Sussex County had “Mom & Pop” stores. Vickers went to work at Milford Hospital for 13 years.
She leaves behind her mother, Margaret of Blades; a brother, Alan and his wife Sandy of Seaford; a sister, Rhonda Williamson of Blades; and numerous other family members and friends. Betty and Richard loved taking bus trips and visiting new places.
Together, they traveled to Florida many times as well as New York, Lancaster, Niagara Falls, Branson, “mystery tours,” and more.
and his wife Penny; granddaughter, Sarah Vargas; nieces, Karyl Tyler, Sherry Cummins, and Chandra Lucksho; and a nephew, Bill Nichols. He is survived by cousins in California, Tennessee, and the Carolinas, and, in Charlottesville, by his close friend of 55 years, Angelika S.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her brothers, Claude, George, Howard, and Jack Nichols. Powell, and her children, Emily, Martin, and Justin.
“Chief,” as he was known to his local friends, was stationed at the former Lewes Naval Facility from 1977 to 1980 and was proud to have served his country for 30 years, retiring to near Laurel in 1987.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a granddaughter, Alicia and a brother, Leslie. Arrangements are in the care of Short Funeral Services, Georgetown. Shipley St., Seaford, where friends may call from 1 to 2. Betty Ellen Pedersen -- Betty Ellen Pedersen, 81, of Delmar, passed away on Tuesday, Jan.
She was proud to be one of the nurses assigned to the first Intensive Care Unit at Milford Hospital. Vickers married Brad Vickers of Cambridge, Md., in 1980. 13, at Parsell Funeral Homes and Crematorium, Hardesty Chapel, 202 Laws St., Bridgeville, where friends from 10 to 11.
They spent happy years traveling between their homes in Georgetown and Cambridge until his death in 1998. Vickers moved to a new home built on land she had owned since 1967 at Collins Pond, with her daughter and son-in-law. Vickers is survived by her daughter, Carol Williamson and her husband Kenneth of Collins Pond; her brother, Gary Russell and his wife Judy of Bridgeville; her sisters, Evelyn Baker of Seaford and Carolyn Green of Georgetown; her stepson, Steve Vickers and his wife Phyllis of Grasonville, Md.; her stepdaughter, Barbara Jarrell and her husband Fred of Easton, Md.; her step-granddaughter, Sharon Dunston and her husband Frank of Seaford; her step-grandson, Christopher Williamson and his wife Sandra of Greenwood; her special great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. Burial will follow at Bridgeville Cemetery, Market & Laws Streets, Bridgeville.
She was a supporter of her granddaughters’ - Megan and Mollie’s - activities: dance recitals, piano recitals, softball and soccer games, chorus concerts, plays and performances. Christmas was her favorite holiday and she loved sending cards, decorating their house, and sharing her famous fruitcake. She enjoyed her time spent at the weekly ladies duck pin bowling league and won numerous awards and trophies. Her celebration of life will be held at a later date. She lived on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Delaware most of her adult life and was living in Laurel at the time of her death. They returned to Seaford, his father’s birthplace, in 1941. He worked for TWA, Western Union, and ITT while living in northern New Jersey.