Laddie J. Pyatt

January 19, 1952 - November 23, 2020

Laddie J. Pyatt, age 68, of Middletown, DE passed away on Monday, November 23, 2020.

Born in Phenix City, AL on January 19, 1952, she was a daughter of the late Vera (Pyatt) Bettis. Laddie was a graduate of South Girard High School in Phenix City, AL. She dedicated many years of exceptional service as a Laundry Supervisor for Marriot Corp. in Lakewood, NJ, which she loved. Laddie was devoted to her faith, and enjoyed reading the Bible faithfully. In her spare time, she enjoyed cooking and spending time with her family.

In addition to her mother, Laddie was preceded in death by her brothers, Alfred Parkman and Joe N. Pyatt. She is survived by her children, Cormelle (Nadege) and Secdrick (Jennifer), both of Middletown; siblings, Ralph Parkman of Neptune, NJ, Danny Bettis of Toms River, NJ, Chris Pyatt of Phenix City, AL, Larry J. Pyatt of Bridgeton, NJ, and Veronica Jones of Lakewood, NJ; 7 grandchildren; 4 great grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins.

All services will be held privately.


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10 Condolences for Laddie J. Pyatt

  • I love you and I’m going to miss you I will never forget you. You was always there for me when I needed you the most. I love you (Grandma Jean)

  • Dear Momma,
    Thanks for always being there for me and for always having my back. Thanks for helping me to become the man I am today. Thanks for being the positive role model I needed in my life. Thanks for the awesome memories that we’ve created together! Thanks for the many laughs we’ve shared! Thanks for being my mother! Love Always, Cormelle

  • My condolences to your family Jean was a wonderful Mother Sister & Grandmother and friend there’s nothing she wouldn’t do for you and family I’m so proud that I got a chance to be in her life RIH ❤

  • Ms. Laddie, I love you to the moon and back. You were the best mother-in-law ever. I’m so glad you spent this last year and three months living with us. During that time, we had so much fun cooking, shopping, laughing, talking, watching lifetime movies, and so much more. I am going to miss walking past your room and stopping in to talk about the Word. There is no other like you. I pray we will be reunited in eternity. Love you my Ms. Laddie! I promise to take good care of your big baby!!!

  • Grandma i miss you so much already i miss our talks and reminiscing about all our times together i love you so much it was such a blessing to have you as a grandmother as blunt and straight forward as you were i will never forget Love always, Dejuana

  • Our Condolences to Sedrick( Jennifer) and the whole family. Sorry for your loss! Mom was truly an amazing , kind , loving and a blessing to many , she will surely be missed. Praying for God to give you strength and comfort in this very difficult time.

  • Laddie Jean you introduced me to every one as your sister in law as long as I can remember but you were like a sister to me you picked me to be in your family and I love you for that every day we shared a lot of great memories You will always be loved and never forget my friend until we meet again RIP

  • Dear Aunt Jean,
    I’m so grateful for the wonderful memories of you taking care of me and my sister when we came to Alabama for the summer time as children. I also remember attending the Kingdom Hall with you weekly for worship.
    Love always Peaches

  • Corneille and Sedrick, my love and heart felt condolences to you both and your families. It was sooo good to see you all,your families and your mom , my first cousin Laddie at the family reunion, I could see that she truly had a fun and an enjoyable time. I pray that Jehovah continue to comfort you all doing this difficult time.
    Love you guys, your cousin Sandy Cook Tibbs

  • To the Pyatt Family
    You’ll have my sincere condolences in the lost of your dearest mom she was a wonderful friend and mother we will all miss her and pray that we see her again.Amighty God Jehovah has promised us ar (John5:28,29) that Jesus will call and all in the memorial tomb will come forth so take a few minutes and see for yourselves.You’ll are in my prayers so continue to pray for the day when your mother will be with you’ll again. Much Love Mrs Brenda Gonzalez