Shannon M. Smallwood

June 19, 1974 - February 25, 2021

Shannon M. Smallwood, age 46, of Magnolia, DE, passed away on Thursday, February 25, 2021.

Born in Wilmington, DE on June 19, 1974, she was a daughter of Deborah Smallwood and the late Russell Branum. Shannon enjoyed reading and coloring in her free time. She also took pleasure in decorating and watching the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries television channel. More than anything, Shannon loved her grandchildren.

In addition to her father, Shannon was preceded in death by her sister, Kerrie A. Smallwood; grandmother, Edith DeRose; and grandfather, Earl Smallwood. In addition to her mother, she is survived by her daughters, Lacie Andrews of Magnolia, Savannah Walker of Viola and Jessica Walker of Magnolia; siblings, Russell Branum, Eve L. Smallwood, Gary Dickens, Jr. and Lisa Cintron, all of Wilmington; half-siblings, Kathy, Jeffrey, Donnie, Larry, Kevin and Nicky Nave; long-time companion, Raymond Walker; aunt, Sandra Smallwood; step-father, Gary Dickens; and grandchildren, Brian Boyer, Jr. and Legend Andrews.

A visitation for family and friends will be held from 1 pm until 2 pm on Monday, March 8, 2021, at Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 1000 North DuPont Parkway, New Castle, DE, followed by a funeral service at 2 pm. Face masks will be required for all in attendance. Interment will be held privately.


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8 Condolences for Shannon M. Smallwood

  • Rest In Peace Shannon

  • So sorry for you loss may she rest in peace sending prayers to all

  • Rip will miss you love you your in my heart

  • So sorry to see a beautiful woman to get her wings so early family so big she will have enough to be with where she is going but she will be sadly missed cuz you will always be in my heart with the rest of them just sorry to see you go too soon love ya

  • My best friend,
    sister,godmother to Kayla I will miss you dearly. I’m so heart broken since you’ve left this world. I will continue to watch over my God daughter Lacie as well as Savanah and Jessica. I know things weren’t always so black and white with us because life got in the way. You were blessed to share time with your grandkids. So sorry your never meet your first granddaughter but I know you be watching from above. I will always cherish the memories and time we shared together. I love and miss you Shannon Marie Smallwood. Rest in peace

  • R.I.P. Shannon. My condolences to the entire family♥

  • I still remember the days in the early mid 80s when we were kids and I would see you, Susie, Shannon, Shelly, and Nichole practicing cheers in my backyard in Minquadale for our Conrad Apache football games-

    RIP Shannon.

  • I have a lot of memories of growing up in Minquadale and me Bobby and Shanon riding around in Big momma’s truck yes the silver step body Chevy Shanon stood up in the middle all the time . To bagging school it’s just goes on and on all the way up to I seen her walking down the road from the store with her grandkids I’ve known you all my life and I appreciate the friend that you were and never judging nobody for anything and that crazy laugh we had a lot of good times and memories that last a life time I hope and pray that you were happy and at peace my friend
    I apologize for not attending the celebration of life but sometimes it’s better to remember the friend as they were in the flesh and memories of good times you shared god bless you my friend until I see you again watch over us all and protect us god bless all your family ,children and grandchildren .