A Time To Be Born: Cora Tilghman was born on January 5, 1941 to Lula Mae Tilghman (deceased) and\n \n\n Joseph Chase (deceased).\n \n\n\n\n A Time To Live: She attended schools in Easton, Maryland and Wilmington, Delaware. She later\n \n\n married Hermione Rasin and from that union they were blessed with five children:\n \n\n Hermine (deceased), Iretha, Hermione, James and Rosalie (Missy). She raised two\n \n\n children as her own: Shelly Garrison and Clinton Armstrong.\n \n\n\n\n Over the years, Cora worked at several jobs. She was employed at Easton Memorial\n \n\n Hospital, The Tidewater Inn, St. Michaels Harbor and Marina. Time Out, Yesteryears\n \n\n Restaurant and Mike’s Value Laundromat. For the last 16 years, she was employed by\n \n\n the Millard Family, where she worked until her health failed.\n \n\n\n\n She loved praising the Lord, her grandchildren, her family, shopping, helping others\n \n\n and cooking. She was an active member for many years at Union Baptist Church. She\n \n\n was a member of the Usher Board, The Senior Unionites and the Kitchen Committee.\n \n\n\n\n Sister, as she was affectionately called, held a special place in her heart for her\n \n\n children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, sisters and brothers, other family\n \n\n members and friends.\n \n\n\n\n A Time To Die: On Thursday, October 27, 2016, the hands of time stopped on Cora’s life. To be\n \n\n imprisoned by mortality no more, she went home. No more sickness, no more pain.\n \n\n IT IS WITH JESUS SHE WILL REIGH. HALLELUJAH !!!\n \n\n\n\n A Time To Mourn: Cora leaves to cherish her memories: Children: Iretha Armstrong (Marion);\n \n\n Hermione Rasin (Grasonville, MD), James Rasin (Denise), Decatur, GA, Rosalie\n \n\n “Missy” Rasin (Easton, MD), Shelly Garrison (Trappe, MD) and Clinton Armstrong\n \n\n (Easton, MD); grandchildren, Satonia Smith (Joseph), Kierra Rasin, Leon Rasin, James\n \n\n Rasin, Nikiara Adams, Trae Ayers, Alexis Morton, Tiffany Barnes, Charles Barnes,\n \n\n Andre’ Barnes, Angel Rasin, Tiffany Rasin, Terry Potter, Davon Armstrong, Satara\n \n\n Wiggins and Dwayne Armstrong (deceased); 21 great grandchildren; one great great\n \n\n grandchild; sisters, Helen Peggy Holmes, Hilda Joann Cannon, Rosalie Patterson (all\n \n\n of Easton, MD), Catherine Johnson (Cornelius), Cambridge, MD, Anna Muhammad\n \n\n (Richmond, VA) and Leola Cornish (Ronald), Grasonville, MD; brothers, Norman Cook\n \n\n Jr. (Linda), Cambridge, MD, Frank Roberts (Washington, DC), Joseph Chase\n \n\n (Wilmington, DE) and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.\n \n\n\n\n Cora was preceded in death by the following siblings, Marion Cook-Bills, Leticia Cook\n \n\n Mothon, Doris Deshields and Leon Cook and three aunts, Anna Mae Davidson, Bertha\n \n\n Roberts and Cora Anderson.