Jessie Mae (Willis) Faulk (aka - Oldie and Gramps), 91, of Easton, Maryland passed away on October 18, 2017, surrounded by family, friends, and loved ones.\n \n\n Jessie was born in Virginia on November 5, 1925, to the late Joseph Willis and Rollie Hill. She was one out of six children. Jessie later relocated from Virginia to the Eastern Shore, MD. She attended Carrsville High School and retired as a domestic worker.\n \n\n Jessie enjoyed socializing with friends, especially at Brookletts Place-Talbot Senior Center. She also enjoyed playing dominoes, puzzle books, and cards, spending time with her grandchildren, crocheting, traveling, and going to church. She was a faithful parishioner of New St. John’s United Methodist Church in Wittman, MD.\n \n\n Jessie is preceded in death by her husband, Robert Faulk; sister, Bessie Parker; a great grandson, Zy'mir Hutchins, and brothers James Henry Willis and Junious Hill.\n \n\n Jessie was blessed with a daughter and son-in-law; Gwendolyn Lorraine Turner and Maurice Turner and a son; Thomas Darnell Grace, all of Easton, MD. Jessie was also blessed with a goddaughter; Beverly Lewis of Easton, MD.\n \n\n She is survived by one sister, Essie Sherrin of Carrsville, VA; one brother and sister-in-law, Janill Hill, Sr. and Delores Hill of Federalsburg, MD; three grandchildren; Thomas Brummell (Booter) of Easton, MD, Angelo Faulk and daughter-in-law, Chakera Williams of Unionville, MD, and Cleveland Faulk and daughter-in-law, Denise Faulk of Gaithersburg, MD. Jessie has eleven great grandchildren; Iesha Mitchell, Shanice Jenkins, La’Kenjra Turner, Janesha Blackwell, Janiya Blackwell, Trevon Faulk, Rhyheem Faulk-Williams, Nyseem Williams, A’naejah Faulk, A’nylah Williams, and Lilly Grace Brummell all of Eastern Shore, MD. She has three great, great grandchildren; Aiyden Mitchell (Boo), Ja’Coby Blackwell, and Milani Blackwell all of Eastern Shore, MD, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. One friend of whom she loved and cherished so much and sat in front of in church on Sunday mornings, Childlene Brooks of Easton, MD.