Shirley Camper Hotten, 80 of East New Market Maryland, received her heavenly wings on Saturday November 30, 2019, at her home in Thompson Town Maryland.
Shirley was born April 26, 1939 in East New Market to John Dover Jackson and Dorothy Mildred Camper. She received her education at Maces Lane High School. She then attended school to obtain her cosmetology license to open LaShirl’s Beauty-Rama (Owner). Shirley also drove the school bus for Dorchester County Public Schools for 58 years.
In 1976 Shirley became a member of OES Friendship Chapter 57, and then later transferred to Naomi Chapter 16. She was a faithful member of Faith Community United Methodist Church where she served as Vice President of the Usher Board, Trustee Board member, and an acquired member of the Labala singers. Shirley was the Secretary for United Methodist Women, Treasure of Talbot Royals Motorcycle Club and the current President for the Eastern Shore Beautician Association. She also held the positions of Secretary and Vice President for the Eastern Shore Beautician Association.
Shirley had many interest and hobbies: motorcycle riding with her husband, preparing for annual motorcycle cookouts, traveling, shopping, sewing, interior decorating, making bouquets & flower arrangements, and spending time with family and friends. Shirley enjoyed hosting parties and events in her home for the Class of 1957.
She was proceeded in death by her parents John Dover Jackson and Dorothy Camper, her husband, the love of her life, Donald Hotten, and a sister, Dottie Ann Jolley.
Shirley leaves to cherish her memories one brother, John Jackson Jr; step-daughters: Deborah Johnson, Edith Delaney (Mike), Sherita Jenkins, Sheretta Jenkins; step-son, Kendrick Jenkins (Christina); grandchildren: Daniene Clark, Donald Johnson (Sebrina); god-daughter, Patricia White; god-son, Donregus Holland; a special friend, Doug Cephas; cousins: Maurice Camper, Glaneice Camper, Gary Camper, Charles Camper Jr; special care giver, Patrice Dickerson, and a host of grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
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