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Carolyn Jean Laffey

Carolyn Jean Laffey, RN, age 72, passed away peacefully at her home in Nanticoke, Maryland surrounded by family and friends on June 30, 2021.  She was born on April 19, 1949 to John Richard Tweddle and Bernice Winter Tweddle in Pine Bush, New York.   She worked for many years as a Registered Nurse in hospitals in New York and Maryland and ultimately in practice with her husband in the community of Nanticoke.

She is survived by her husband of forty-one years, Stephen Laffey, MD, by sisters Shirley Cliff and Joan Duffy and brother John Tweddle.  She was preceded in death by her parents, her aunt Jean Lankford and her only son Denis Craig Terwilliger.

Carolyn will be remembered by her many close friends in her church and community for her loving nature and her passion for justice.

A memorial service will be held at a later date.

6 comments to Carolyn Jean Laffey

  • Kim Heath

    One of my favorite people from Nanticoke. I have and cherish many memories with Carolyn. Prayers to Steve and her family.

  • Tammy DenHerder

    A wonderful,loving person.I met her many years ago at her and Dr Laffey’s practice in Nanticoke md. She was so kind and had a calming effect on you.She made you feel so important and was never in a rush.She would take time to talk with you.My condolences to her family .I will keep you all in my prayers.

  • Kathy Zieger

    Dear Steve,
    Mary Beth has been keeping me informed about Carolyn. I loved her so much and considered her a dear forever friend. Please accept my condolences. I have nothing profound to say, not that it would help take away your pain. Much love to you. You continue to be in my prayers always.
    Kathy

  • suzanne cherubini

    I will always remember Carolyn as a nurse that went way beyond her duties; but mostly, I will remember her inspirations during our Bible Studies and walks. My deepest condolences, Dr. Laffey.

  • Peggy Maloney

    I knew Carolyn when I worked night shift in Radiology and I found her to be an excellent nurse and a very good friend. She and I volunteered to work on a disaster mobile unit, but unfortunately, we never got to go, due to no fault of our own. I also knew Dr. Laffey when I worked with both of them at the hospital. I am so sorry for the loss of Carolyn, and send my condolences to him.

  • Charles Friedlander

    I was deeply saddened to hear of Carol’s passing. She had the biggest heart and touched everyone whose path she crossed. Although we hadn’t seen each other for many years, she remained in my heart. My sincerest condolences to her husband, Stephen & her sister Joan.

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