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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.
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.
She was an outstanding cook and was well-known for her homemade fudge, cakes and candy.
Pat is survived by her children, Sheila Marine, Robert “Buddy” Short and his wife Laurie and Marsha Middleton, all of Laurel; three grandchildren, Jaime Marine, Rob Marine and Robert “Gator” Short Jr.; two great-grandsons, J. Moore and Waylon Short; two sisters, Ginny Whaley and Darlene Morgan; and one sister-in-law, Irene King. Flaudine was born in Philadelphia, Pa., a daughter of the late John and Catherine Cropper.
As Mary matured, she transformed into a striking natural beauty, not so much the girl next door, but an exotic looking woman.
He also worked as a groundskeeper at the Country Club of New Canaan until his retirement in 2006.Raised in the country store, she tended the cash register, pumped gas and cut meat and whatever else was needed.She learned people skills and communication very early on which served her well as she continued honing these skills throughout her life.She would entertain friends with lyrics and songs about them. She enjoyed watching her children, nieces, nephews and grandchildren participate in all kinds of sports and other activities. J.’ Hudson II of Laurel and several nieces and nephews.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.