Shirley Ann Hicks, 74, of Cambridge, Maryland passed away November 21, 2022, at the University of Maryland Shore Medical Center-Easton and went to go be with our Lord. She was born on May 7, 1948, in Wicomico County to William Parks Abbott, Sr. and Monnie Mae Abbott. \nShirley was educated in the Crapo School System. Shirley was an expert crab picker and retired from this profession after many years. She was a member of St. John Holiness church where the Pastor is Apostle John Cornish, Sr., whom she called “Rev John.” Her passion and hobbies were picking crabs, sitting on the porch, cooking and baking and talking on the phone with loved ones and friends. She also loved listening to music. Shirley was known for her “famous homemade Mac & Cheese.”\nIn addition to Shirley’s passing, she was preceded in death by her husband Robert Adam Hicks, Jr.; her mother Monnie Mae (Mills)Abbott and father William Parks Abbott, Sr.; her great grandma Rosie Mills; her brothers Harold Abbott and William Abbott, Jr.; sisters Betty Hastings, Lottie King, Ramona Langford and Darlene Spies. \nShirley is survived by her children, David Bradshaw, Rose Bradshaw, Medford Kimble (Dawn) , Linda Hicks Diaz (Luis); grandchildren Ella Bradshaw, David Bradshaw, Patti Simmons (Mitch), Hunter Bradshaw, Danielle Peddicord, Callie Bradshaw, Savannah Kimble, Elizabeth Diaz, Kairi Diaz; two step grandkids that she accepted as her own grandkids, Zack Dryden and Jeremy Dryden; great-grandchildren, Bryson Phillips and Bella Pope; sisters Carolyn Simmons, Barbara Willey, Marie Dryden, Diane Jones, Loretta Dibble, Joy Jackson and May Fitzhugh; brothers Harvey Abbott, Parks Abbott, Jr. , James Abbott and Wylie Abbott; a surviving great-aunt, Gloria Thomas known as "Aunt Jeannie" and several nieces, nephews and cousins.