Mamie Rebecca Nixon Webb Ricks was born March 31, 1924 to the late Noah and Lillie Nixon in Trappe, Maryland. She departed this life on June 12, 2010 at 1:05 p.m. at Chesapeake Woods Nursing Facility in Cambridge, Md. She was the youngest daughter of ten children.\n \n Mamie received her education in the Talbot County Public School system.\n \n She met and married the Late Charles W. Webb, Sr. in 1946. Out of this union were the 1st set of triplet born in Talbot County. She had a total of seven children.\n \n Later she met and married the Late John Ricks on September 14, 1974. Their love lasted for over 31 years until his death in Jan, 2006.\n \n Mamie was employed for many years as a domestic worker. She worked for Easton Memorial Hospital, and she was employed at Maryland Plastic Inc. Federalsburg, Md. where she retired in 1980's. She was an Elderly Care Provider at William Hill Manor in Easton. She was a Child-care provider for the Seese's, Van Darvisser's and Harwood's, which she cherished Brooke, Posey, Casey & Haley very much.\n \n Mamie was a very strong-willed, outspoken, kind, and she would say just what was on her mind and then go on about her business. She was much protected of her children. She love Christmas especially the decorations. She wanted everything done right. She loved each one of children in a special way.\n \n She was a member of Mt. Pisgah Holiness Church for many years under the Leadership of Elder Granville Brittingham, and others Pastors. She love working in the Church. She was a Choir Member, Usher, and Communion Steward. She started the services of Nixon & McDaniel's Family Day along with her Sister Vergie, that lasted over 35 years in memory of their Parents. She would cook all night and would make sure the Preachers table got fed first . Later she was a member of Emmanuel Deliverance Center.\n \n She entered into Chesapeake Woods and was know as a Diva along with her room-mate Ms. Sarah Cooper, they were like sisters. She will be missed by Chesapeake Woods who took her in as a friend and a family member.\n \n Preceding her in death one son Douglas Webb, first triplet, step-son Charles Webb, Jr, step-daughters Cecilia Freeman and Diane Horsey. Her memory will be cherished by her six children: Genevie Kennedy (Centerville), David Webb, Althea Webb-Reynolds, & Donald Webb (Baltimore), Dean Webb (Ida), Easton, Terry Ann Webb-Robinson (Allen), Trappe; two daughters in-law: Laverne Webb (Riverdale) and May Ann Webb (Wilmington, Del); one godson/grandson: Brandon Webb; fifteen: grandchildren: Reginald Webb, Albert Webb, Lois Carter, Stephanie Wilson, Beverly Thomas, Lamont Brown, Coretta Diggs, Die'sha Reynolds, Damon Webb, Desiree Webb, Donald Webb, Jr., Dean Webb, Jr., Donate Webb, Terrance Mouring; nine step-children, Edward Potter Sr., Betty Jarmon, Shenley Ricks, Ella Baker, Joyce Hopkins, Alice Smith, David Ricks, Stanford Ricks and Angela Cornish; twenty-two great-grandchildren, nine great-great grandchildren (through five generations) and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.\n \n Funeral services will be held on Saturday, June 19, 2010 11am at Scotts UM Church 3748 Main St Trappe, MD with a viewing Friday evening 6-8 pm at Henry Funeral Home, PA 510 Washington St Cambridge, MD. Interment Paradise Cemetery.