OBITUARY

Madeline Elizabeth Dulaney

May 13, 1928November 20, 2018

Madeline Elizabeth Dulaney, 90, of Keezletown passed away at her home on Tuesday, November 20, 2018. She was born on May 13, 1928 in Washington, DC and was the daughter of the late Hurtha Ira and Mary Elizabeth Johnson Dulaney. Madeline was a homemaker and enjoyed spending time with all of her family, crafting, reading and was an avid Washington Redskins fan. She is survived by a daughter, Sandra E. Shipe and husband, Joseph, of Keezletown, a son, Harry Davis of Staunton, daughter, Francie Davis and boyfriend, Thomas Montgomery, of Delaware, a daughter, Sherri Stanhope and husband, Alan, of Tennessee; a number of grandchildren and great grandchildren; a brother, George Dulaney of Waynesboro; a sister, Ella Ferrell of Maryland; and her dog Frisky. She was preceded in death by a son, James Davis and her life companion, John Rice. Honoring her wishes, she will be cremated and a service will be announced at a later date.

Services

  • A Memorial Service Will Be Held At A Later Date
REMEMBERING

Madeline Elizabeth Dulaney

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Linda Tucker

November 30, 2018

Mom,
I am so grateful you were in my life. You always made me feel loved, and safe. I will carry you you in my heart forever.
I love you.
Lin

Florence Dulaney

November 30, 2018

It’s sad for us here on earth when we lose a loved one. But I believe there work was done and God was ready for them to come home to peace, good health and joy! I know Aunt Bess was greated by my Daddy (her brother) Bobby and Aunt Nettie. And she is now with all the others that have gone before. She will no longer suffer. Sending much love to you all!

Alan Stanhope

November 30, 2018

Thank you. I will love and miss you forever. I am honored and blessed to have known you. You are now my wife's latest angel, and strongest. Please watch over us. Love you.

Sherri Stanhope

November 26, 2018

Mom, you have always been the rock, you taught us all so many wonderful lessons and beauties of the world. I will forever be grateful that we had you as long as we did, but, my heart is forever not whole. Holidays, birds, flowers, music, dancing, stars, crafts, books, many of the things that Mom loved and many she taught us to appreciate. I will always be your middle child, and you will always be my rock! I love and miss you! XXOO

Dona (Duval) Meierdiercks

November 25, 2018

My Dear "Mom Davis",
I remember you telling me years and years ago, that the souls of the people we love are never really gone. That they cycle through each life, and then on to another. So...
I really hope I meet you again in this life, (or maybe the next), because you were such a light in this one!
You are in my heart. D-

Peg Dullnig

November 24, 2018

You will always be Mom Davis to me, because you were like a mom to me. You always made me feel special. My heart is full of love for you.

Alaina Humbertson

November 23, 2018

Sending love and prayers of healing to the whole family during this time of sadness.. You all have a spunky firecracker of an angel now looking over your family! ❤️😘

Mary Jane Stanhope

November 23, 2018

My thoughts and prayers go out to all the family. Several years ago, I had the privilege of meeting Madeline on a visit to a resort in Minnesota with Alan and Sherri. She was a great lady with a great sense of humor. She loved her family very much and I know you will all miss her. My sympathy to all of you.

Judy SHIPE

November 23, 2018

Heaven got another Angel, Sandy's Mom. I have always called her Sandy's Mom, I couldn't call here Mrs, didn't seem right, definitely could not call her by her first name that would have been totally disrespectful. So its gonna be Sandy's mom. We have been talking about going down to Joe's to see her but waiting till she felt a little better. So many people don't do things that they keep putting off. I am so sorry we waited, Sandy's Mom. Hope you will forgive us. To her family you all are in our thoughts and prayers. I know time is never there.💔💔💔

Francie Davis

November 22, 2018

I miss you, Mom! On this Thanksgiving Day, I am thankful that we had you as long as we did. You were all anyone could ask for and more. Nothing will be the same without you. You will be missed so very much, by all of us. I pray that you are now with all of the others who left us before you, especially our Jamie/James. Give him my love and have him give you a big hug! Until we meet again..........with love, always, Francie XOXO