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Geraldine "Gerry" Stover Elliott
January 26, 1939 ~ January 8, 2024 (age 84) 84 Years Old
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Geraldine "Gerry" Stover Elliott, 84 of Bryans Road, Maryland died at home surrounded by her family on January 8, 2024. She was born on January 26, 1939 to Lawrence Stover and Gertrude Goracke Stover in Naponee, Nebraska.
Geraldine is survived by her sisters Norma Jean Brown, Betty Lou Paulsen, Laura Lee Zade, and brother Lawrence Stover Jr., brothers-in-law Raymond Brown, Thomas Paulsen, and Jerold Zade. She is also survived by her children Terry Lee Elliott, Karen Layne McKeown, and Laura Jean Delph and In-Laws David McKeown Jr., Jeff Delph, Angelina Cook; grandchildren Michelle Chambers, Jennifer Mistalski, Courtney Freeman (William), Jessica Elliott, and David McKeown III; great-grandchildren Zoey Mistalski, Charlie Mistalski, Baylee Mistalski, Reagan Freeman, and Vincent Freeman and her beloved friend David Blank.
Geraldine was proceeded in death by her parents Lawrence and Gertrude Stover, sister Rosemary Liesinger and brother-in-law Paul Liesinger.
Geraldine left her home in Naponee, Nebraska to come to the Washington, DC area as a Flight Attendant. She then got a job in the secretary pool working at the Navy Annex. She later became a homemaker taking care of children along with special needs children. She always had a house full of children whether she babysat or it was just a neighborhood kid stopping by. She often gave to the less fortunate to help them out in any way she could. She loved her flowers and her nick knacks. She was always kind to other people no matter who she met.
But most of all, she loved, with all her heart, her children; especially her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Mom, you will be dearly missed!
The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Monday, January 15, 2024 from 12 noon until time of funeral services at 2 PM. Internment, private, St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Bryantown, Maryland.