Gwen L. Holland - Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Homes & Crematory

Gwen L. Holland

August 10, 1958 - January 27, 2020

          Gwen L. Holland, age 61, of Middletown, DE, passed away on Monday, January 27, 2020.

          Born in Wilmington, DE on August 10, 1958, she was the daughter of the late John and Gwendolyn (Kelly) DiPersio, Jr.  Gwen dedicated her life to her family as a talented and loving homemaker.

          In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her brother, John DiPersio, III.  Gwen is survived by her children, Mandy Moore, Heather Blanch and Donald Moore, II (Lindsay); brother, Bill DiPersio; 8 grandchildren; and 1 great grandchild.

          All services will be held privately.


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  • I am sure there are many things folks could say about Gwen. I will say this… without you Gwen, I would not have my husband. Without my husband, I would not have my wonderful children. Therefore, I am very grateful for you and the life I was able to find through your family. I hope you can finally find peace. Rest easy.

  • SWEETIE, we go back 39 yrs. We had a lot of laugh and whole lot of fun.
    I will always remember you.
    My sister Dee is going to be glad to see you up there in heaven.
    You can rest now in the loving arms of God.
    Catch you on the other side Chick.
    Till we meet again my friend.
    Love you !

  • RIP Sweetsie, fly high my friend

  • RIP Gwen my friend 💔 🙏. You will be sadly missed by all. So many memories going threw by head when we were younger. 😢

  • My you REST IN PEACE my dear Friend Sweetsie!!! No more pain and suffering the Angels came for You like WE prayed for ❤️🙏😇❤️🙏😇. Till we meet again in Paradise!!

  • Wished we talked more on FB. To late for that now.
    But when we did it was always pleasant,
    made me feel better at the end of the day.
    As long as we breath;
    all your friends/circle …
    you will be remembered, always 🎈

  • Many great memories.
    Sadly missed.
    Lovingly remembered.
    Forever in our hearts.

  • Sweetie my dear cousin, we talked about many things and I am happy all your pain and suffering is over. I am sure you are with your parents and John. We love you and I pray we will meet again on the other side. Love you, Terry.

  • R.I.P. Sweetie.. I remember when we were very young you live across the street from my grandpa in Collins park and we played together. people thought you was me and me was funny…time goes by so fast..

  • I remember when we were young girls. You lived across the street from my grandpa’s in Collins park, people always thought we looked alike, your dad would yell at me thinking it was funny, times goes by so fast R.I.P. Sweetie…💐

  • I just learned of your passing. I’m in total shock. RIP Girl. I’ll never forget the good times we had in High School. Say, Hi to John for me. Love you both.❤

  • I just came across this and talk about being shocked!!! I’m at a loss for words of any kind, Sweetsie and I go back to junior high Colwyck and I think a year at Delawarr H.S. Our birthday’s were a day apart mine Aug 9th & Gwen’s Aug 10th. Prayers to all of her family as well as friends I just can’t believe this Rest in Eternal Peace my friend I will always remember when we connected on Facebook a few years ago it was Awesome to talk with Gwen she will always be in my thoughts and prayers