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Rolane Thom

Rolane Sue Thom (Gernert)

Saturday, April 12th, 1947 - Wednesday, July 22nd, 2020
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Sue Thom, of Queen Anne, MD, died peacefully on July 22, 2020 at Caroline Nursing Home.

Born Rolane Sue Gernert in Baltimore, MD on April 12, 1947, she was the daughter of the late Roland and Effie Gernert. She was raised in Wye Mills and Chester, Maryland, and attended Stevensville High School and Chesapeake College. She worked for many years at Fisherman’s Inn as a bartender, and later worked as a teller for several local banks. She lived for many years in Wye Mills, MD, and in later years also in Easton and Queen Anne.

She was a life-long reader of mysteries, thrillers, and Stephen King novels, solved crossword puzzles and played Trivial Pursuit, was a gardening enthusiast and enjoyed watching birds, bowled on several leagues in Chestertown, Maryland, and volunteered as a Bingo caller at Tilghman Terrace Apartments in Centreville. She loved the beaches and sun of Ocean City and Florida, and she enjoyed crocheting, holiday baking and decorating, dining out with family and friends, and spending time with her grandchildren.

Ms. Thom is survived by her daughter and son-in law, Andrea and Michael Ambruso, Jr. of Dover, Delaware; and sons Randy Smith of Chester, Maryland, Jason Thom of Frederick, Maryland, and Justin Thom of Easton, Maryland, and eightgrandchildren and four great grandchildren. Other surviving relatives and longtime friends include her sister Peggy Lane, brother James Gernert and brother-in-law Norman Prentiss,brother Roland Gernert, and niece Anne Lane.

Funeral services will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to your local library.
Arrangements by Michael J. Ambruso Funeral Director, Inc. Dover, De. Condolences can be shared via www.ambruso.com
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P Smith

Posted at 09:33am
Dear Andy and Randy,
So sorry to hear of the loss of your mom. We were good friends all those years ago in school and shared in the joy when you two were little. I'm sorry I didn't know she was ill and that she lived so close; I could have visited her. You will be in my prayers.
Sincerely,
Patricia Smith
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Nancy Hall

Posted at 11:18am
What wild and crazy times I remember with your Mom at Stevensville High School. We sat along side one another in 8th grade history class, and, if it were not for your Mom I would have never passed history. Mr, Sparks would call on us because we dearly liked to talk. She was so pretty and I wished I could have worn a "pencil" skirt like she could. Always looked so put together. Of course, after graduation we lost contact. But, I did see Miss Sue, shopping in Easton and we did talk when the Class of 1965 held its 50th reunion. When we talked she looked forward to the cousin lunches. Sue was a wonderful person so kind to me as my childhood was not the greatest at times and she knew my bad days and always made them bright days. My thoughts and prayers are with you doing this sad time. Nancy LEWIS Hall
BC

Bill Carpenter

Posted at 11:14am
Andy,
Connie and I want to extend our deepest sympathy to you and Michael in the loss of your Mom. May peace and the love of God be with you both during this time.

Connie and Bill Carpenter
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