Arlene Rose Hildebrandt
March 22, 1943 – February 6, 2020
Arlene Hildebrandt, age 76, of Kingsville, MD passed away on February 6, 2020 at Senator Bob Hooper Hospice in Forest Hill after a 4 year battle with a brain tumor. She is survived by her loving husband, Dennis; her 2 loving Daughters, Traci Petty of Abingdon and husband, Douglas; Jill McWilliams of Perry Hall and husband, Dave; her 4 grandchildren DJ Petty of High Point, NC and friend, Sarah; Allie McWilliams of Austin, TX; Lindsey Petty of Carrboro, NC and Shane McWilliams, a senior at U. Of Michigan; many brothers & sisters-in-law and many nieces and nephews. Her sister predeceased her in 2010. Arlene enjoyed her family get-togethers especially when her grandchildren were there. She enjoyed annual vacations in Aruba, monthly vacations in Ocean City, 25th Anniversary in Hawaii, 50th Anniversary in Aruba with 22 family members and many other trips. Her Garden was her happy place. Family and friends are invited to gather at Schimunek Funeral Home 9705 Belair Rd. Nottingham, MD 21236, on Friday 2/14 from 4-8pm. A Celebration Of Life will be held on Saturday 2/15, at 12:30pm, at the funeral home. Internment will be private. In lieu of flowers, please send a contribution to the Senator Bob Hooper Hospice, 2007 Klein Plaza Drive. Forest Hill, MD 21050.
- Dennis Hildebrandt, Husband
- Traci Petty and her husband Douglas, Daughter
- Jill McWilliams and her husband David, Daughter
- DJ Petty, Grandchild
- Allie McWilliams, Grandchild
- Lindsey Petty, Grandchild
- Shane McWilliams, Grandchild
- The late Carolyn Field, Sister
- Also survived by many loving brothers and sisters-in-law, as well as nieces and nephews.
Senator Bob Hooper House
2007 Klein Plaza Drive, Forest Hill, MD 21050
- Receiving of Friends Friday, February 14, 2020
- Celebration of Life Saturday, February 15, 2020
Arlene Rose Hildebrandt
February 15, 2020
Working with and caring for Mrs. Arlene Hildebrandt has been one of the most beautiful, peaceful and inspiring moments for me.
I accepted this assignment with all intentions of going there to take care of her and to be sure that Miss Arlene would be as comfortable as I could possibly help her to be, but the reality is that even during her suffering she made it comfortable for me.
She was non complaining,very nice,still smiling while yet in her condition she never once said, showed or did anything to make me feel uncomfortable.
Each morning she would greet me with a smile and say "good morning",and at the end of every shift she always said "Thank You" and " have a good night"
If I had to describe Miss Arlene, I would definitely have to describe her as a strong fighter, the most easiest, nicest, sincerest, and smiling client I have ever cared for.
So thank you Miss Arlene and thank you family for accepting me into your home, trusting me with Miss Arlene and allowing me to be a part of such a sensitive and private moment. God Bless!
February 7, 2020
50th Anniversary in Aruba with Family was so special.
Honey, your suffering is over. Find your beach and your Natty Lite and enjoy.