February 9, 1923 – January 4, 2019
Mickey LaFermine passed away peacefully on January 4th 2019 with her son and daughter-in-law by her side at Manresa Assisted Living in Annapolis, Maryland. She is preceded in death by her parents, Odessa and John Van Eudy, a granddaughter Deana Everett, her husband of more than 40 years, Joseph LaFermine and her last husband of 5 years Lawrence (Ed) Youngblood.
Mickey was born February 9th 1923 in Albermarle, North Carolina. She moved to New York where she met her husband Joe. After living and raising their son Van they would later retire and relocate to Cape Coral, Florida where they enjoyed life on the water.
She lived a brief time in Dover, Delaware then moved back to the Burlington , North Carolina area where she would meet her last husband Ed.
In 2016 she moved to Annapolis, Maryland to be near her son and his family as she prepared for her final days of life.
She received loving care for over 2 years by the staff of Manresa and Hospice of The Chesapeake. Mickey was a beautiful and proud woman which carried over from her profession as a hair stylist. She both owned her own business and later worked for other salons well into her 70’s. She often commented how “grateful” she was to spend her last days enjoying her family and great grandchildren.
She leaves behind her son Van LaFermine and his wife Susan of Grasonville, Maryland. A daughter, Brenda Banas of New Mexico. 4 grandchildren, Susan Macfarlane of New Mexico, Richard Everett of Alaska, Mandie Peters of Maryland and Jenna LaFermine of Delaware. As well as several great and great-great grandchildren.
There will be a Celebration of Life on Sunday March 31st 2019 10:00 at The Oyster Cove Club House, 501 Oyster Cove Dr. Grasonville, MD.
- Celebration of Life Sunday, March 31, 2019
January 10, 2019
While I was working as the Community Business Director at Manresa, Mickey and I became friends. She had such a beautiful outlook on life. Mickey, you will be missed. Rest in peace❤️😇
January 9, 2019
I have many memories of Aunt Mickey. She will be greatly missed but I know she was welcomed by the most wonderful crowd. I know her sisters, brother and parents were there with open arms. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and loved ones.