Rebecca Rose Hamilton - Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Homes & Crematory

Rebecca Rose Hamilton

Rebecca Rose Hamilton, age 88, of Charlestown, MD and formerly of Newark, DE, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, January 19, 2016.

Born in Fair Hill, MD on December 29, 1927, Sis was a daughter of the late George R. and Ruby (Dennison) Scott.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Ralph H. Hamilton in 1970. Sis is survived by her children, William Rodney Hamilton (Danna) of Townsend, DE, Deborah A. Evans of Elkton, MD, Gail L. Berry (William) of Charlestown, MD, Tammy L. Perdue of Laurel, DE and Ronda E. Waite (Arthur) of Bear, DE; nieces, Joyce Murphy and Lori Mäkien; siblings, Fay Greenplate of Newark, DE, Helen Bell of Felton, DE and William Scott of Elkton, MD; 15 grandchildren; 15 great grandchildren; and 3 great great grandchildren.

A funeral service will be held at 11:00 am on Tuesday morning, January 26, 2016, at the Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 121 West Park Place, Newark, DE, where a visitation will be held from 10:00 am until 11:00 am. Burial will follow in Sharp’s Cemetery, Fair Hill, MD.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Union Hospital Foundation, 147 West High Street, Elkton, MD 21921.


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16 Condolences for Rebecca Rose Hamilton

  • RIP Mom Mom Becky you will always be loved and missed

  • Debbie,
    Thinking of you and your family at this sad time. Prayers for you all!

  • Deepest sympathy to you and family

  • My Thoughts and Prayers and sent to you and your family.

  • You will greatly be miss granny… Debbie and all the Hamilton family my deepest condolences. God bless all of you!

  • Mom-mom you will be missed dearly! I’m sure we will all miss getting a card on the exact day of our birthday and having fun trying to read your writing-I think we had all gotten pretty good at it. I am so glad I saved them all so I would always remember how much you loved me and my boys. Always proud of your health, you often told us you would live to be 100, and although you didn’t reach that goal, we are blessed to have had you in our lives. Love you mom-mom.

  • Thanks for being my sister and taking care of me when I was younger. I will remember those times. I will miss our weekly phone conversations. To my nieces and nephew and their children you mom was a great person to be around. She spoke kindly of everyone never a sour word about anything, I will miss Sis dearly.

  • Aahhh, Beck, we had so many plans for when you came down this spring, how we would have gotten around, I don’t know, but we would have found a way. I have really enjoyed knowing you and adopting you as my Mom since I lost my Mom in June, and I will miss you dearly. Don’t worry about “Bossy”, I’ll keep an eye on her and try to keep her straight! Heaven is getting another Angel, so watch over us Beck, and if you see my Mom, Dad, and brother, and my Daisey, tell them I love and miss them so very much but that we are doing ok. Safe journey, Beck, love you. Donna. 1/22/16

  • We will all sorely miss Aunt Sis.

  • Gail and family,

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I remember meeting your mom years ago. She was such a sweet lady, I know you will all miss her dearly.

  • You will be missed so much granny you were the best .ill miss so many things I’ll think of you always and keep your memory will be so hard living without ..but I believe we will meet again you..

  • Granny I will miss you very much an Jocelynne will miss you so very much to you were a wonderful great granny to my little girl an to me I always felt welcome an loved when I was around you I’m going to miss having you over for dinners an most of all I will always an forever be looking for my birthday card you never for got me they ment so much to me
    Well RIP for now an we will see you again some day love you so very much

  • Hope the coffee is hot in heaven you will be missed love you great granny

  • Hey, great granny. You will truly be missed by many. I know we did not see each other often but we still had a great relationship. We all know God has another angel. Love you so much.

  • Dearest beloved Rebecca, your memory will live forever in our hearts. Alexandria and I were recalling all the fun times we had with you and how you were such a part of our lives for twenty years (you helped Alexandria make a home for a mouse she took home from school without batting an eye). My Mom Diana called you her best friend always, you gals always looked out for one another and loved each other like sisters. You were one in a million Rebecca and your friendship has made our lives richer. Thank you my dear friend for sharing your goodness with us, we were blessed having you in our lives. Until we meet again, our love always.

  • I’m so sadden to come across the passing of Sis. I saw her a few years ago in the Newark Kmart, I went up put my arms around her and said ” Do you remember me Sis “?
    Her reply ” you look familiar ”
    She was such a long time resident at Newark,
    Kimberton apartments. Everyone knew Sis. She was often seen walking up town.
    Rhonda, Tammy, Gail, Rod… And the rest of the family, I’m so sorry for your loss. Your mom was a beautiful , Loving, Kind women, mother, and grandma and friend im sure. I know you will miss her presence so much, but Thank God we have the assurance of Jesus Christ finished works to bring us all home again to complete us not only as a earthly family, but a eternal family.
    God Bless You All!