Elaine M. Tawes

Elaine Muir Tawes, 76, passed away at home on Saturday. October 21, 2017

Born March 28, 1941, she was the daughter of the late Leland and Ruth P. Muir.

Elaine had worked as a secretary for Somerset County Tourism.

She is survived by her companion and caregiver, Clyde Dietrich, two sons, Brian Tawes and his wife, Trudy of Ocean City, Md.and David and his wife Jennifer of Catonsville, Md., granddaughter Kelly Ibarra and her husband, Sergio, grandson, Alexander Tawes, great grandchild, Julian Ibarra, sister-in-law Delores Muir.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her brother, Charles Muir.

A funeral service is planned for 2:00 P.M Thursday, October 26, 2017 at Hinman Funeral Home, P.A., 11673 Somerset Ave., Princess Anne, Md. 21853 with visitation one hour before the service. Interment will be in St. Peter’s Cemetery in Oriole. Reverend William Knicely will officiate.

In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory can be made to St. Peter’s United Methodist Church, C/O Vicky Laird, 28179 Venton Rd., Princess Anne, Md. 21853

5 comments to Elaine M. Tawes

  • June Evans Palmer

    My sincere condolences to all of Elaine’s family and friends. She was always such a sweet, kind, and thoughtful person. I remember her fondly from our days at Washington High School.
    June Evans Palmer

  • Leslie Ann Westfall

    My thoughts and prayers to Brian, David, and their families, as well as her other family and friends. I have the fondest memories of Aunt Elaine. She was such a sweet, down to earth, kind person, and always welcoming. I recall as a child thru my twenties, going to her house for Thanksgiving, and seeing her on special occasions up until my brother’s wedding in NH in 2001. I remember her beautiful smile and laugh. Heaven has an angel.

  • Lisa Gibson

    My sincerest sympathy to Brian and David, their families and all of Aunt Elaine’s loved ones and friends. I have the most fond and wonderful memories of her. She had the most welcoming and warm way about her, she was beautiful, friendly, and had such a beautiful smile! She always made me feel special and although I have not seen her in many years, she has always remained in my heart and my thoughts. I loved her and I will never forget Aunt Elaine.

  • Karen Kelley Holloway

    My deepest sympathy to Elaine’s family. I knew Elaine when I worked at Rommel Electric Company,
    and I have fond memories of her. The one thing I remember most, is that she had a wonderful sense
    of humor. I will miss her, as I am sure her family will.

  • Anne Widmann

    So sorry to hear about Elaine. She was just a wonderful person & so much fun to work with. If you couldn’t have a good time when you were around Elaine, then I don’t know what would make someone happy! Love to Clyde & to all her family. Anne

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