Blanche Marie Molock, beloved her church

Blanche Marie Molock, 91, departed her daily life peacefully Monday June 21, 2021, at Vitura Clinic in Marlton, N.J. Blanche was born Feb. 22, 1930, in Seaford to the late Viola Horsey and William Griffin.

Blanche acquired her early education at William C. Jason Large University in Georgetown, and ongoing her education at Maryland Condition Higher education in Princess Anne, Md., and later transferred to Shaw University in North Carolina.

Blanche was utilized as a chef though she was living in Philadelphia, Pa.  She retired and moved again house to Delmar, wherever she volunteer at Harvest Ministries until she took sick.

Blanche was a loving and caring mother, and she liked her sons dearly, and in her eyesight, they could do anything erroneous.  Blanche cherished songs, likely to church and currently being with her church spouse and children. She beloved traveling, going to the flea sector, shelling out time with her brothers and sisters and their people. Blanche beloved all sorts of style and cherished drinking Pepsi and having taffy sweet all working day. She also loves the Philadelphia Eagles soccer workforce and 76ers basketball team.  Blanche had a coronary heart of gold, and was a stranger to no just one and would enable anyone who desired aid.

Blanche served on numerous committees at her church, serving as a worship chief, she was on the culinary committee, a Jolly Timers, and chaplin for the Union United Methodist Choir.
Preceded her in loss of life was her mother Viola Horsey and father William Griffin stepfather William Horsey a son, Ronald Molock a granddaughter, Chlonda Thower, and her two brothers, Leroy (Roscoe) Horsey and Steve Griffin.

Blanche leaves to cherish her loving memory, her sons Blair (Champ) and Garry Molock of Delmar her stepmother-in regulation Sylvia Griffin of Frankford her brothers, Johnny (Ruby) Molock of San Antonio, Texas, Franklin (Della) Horsey of Salisbury, Md., Russell (Lavern) Horsey of Delmar, Herbert (Phyllis) Horsey of Salisbury, Robert (Beverly) Horsey of Salisbury, Delore (Floyd) Wright of Salisbury, Doris Ann (Edward) Simmons of Salisbury, Burnette Lamont Griffin of Frankford, Elder Floyd (Marylean) Griffin of Frankford, Sophia (Joseph) Marcelus of Frankford, Penelope (Elder Thornton) Pitts of Frankford, Lloyd (Lynette) Griffin of Frankford a granddaughter, Star Molock of Virginia a grandson, James Thower of Pennsylvania and a host of nieces, nephews and a particular mate who was like a daughter to her, Diane Cornish.

A funeral expert services will be held Saturday, July 3, at midday, with a viewing two hour prior to company at St James No cost Methodist Church, 23614 Head of Creek Street, Quantico, Md..

Professional Providers Entrusted to McPherson Funeral Providers Inc. Laurel.


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