Mamie Roberts transitioned into eternal rest on August 6, 2015, she was 99 years old. Mamie was born June 6, 1916 to Estella Ockimey. She was 1 of 6 children. She is survived by her sister Edith B. Hayman in Unionville. Additionally, she is survived by her son-in-law, Rudolph Russell Sr. of Easton; a grandson Rudy Jr. and 4 great grandchildren: La’ Ryan, Toni, Rudy, III (Trey) Russell, and George Michael Stoeckl-Russell all of San Francisco. Her only daughter Barbara V. Russell died October 2014 and her oldest grandson Michael died in 1997.\n \n\n\n\n\n\n Mamie was an industrious young lady. She took the task of assisting her younger brother and sister along with a niece in their formative years, along with her daughter.\n \n\n\n\n\n\n Mamie was a member of Asbury since her teenage years. She was a worker and very supportive in many positions. As president of the Daughters of Asbury, she planned and carried out many projects to assist church finances and purchases for the church. She was president of the Administrative Board and a member of the Stewardess Board.\n \n\n\n\n\n\n She is a charter member of Blake Blackston American Legion Auxiliary Unit 77 and was the first president of the unit. She was Worthy Counselor of Naomi Court Number 1 Lodge.\n \n\n\n\n\n\n Mamie was a patron of the Talbot Senior Center for many years until her health failed. She loved to participate in the various activities and events. She loved Skippo!\n \n\n\n\n\n\n As a young woman with responsibilities, she worked for private families. During World War II, she worked in Cambridge packing rations for the military. Mamie was employed at Firstmans Sewing Factory, the Tidewater Inn, and was a cafeteria cook at the Memorial Hospital at Easton from which she retired.\n \n\n\n\n\n\n Mamie moved to St. Marks Village in 1982 and resided there until her health failed. In 2008 she moved to The Pines where she passed.\n \n\n\n\n\n\n Interment will take place in the Maryland Veterans Cemetery near Hurlock.