Stella Delores Bivens of Easton, Maryland, passed away on March 6, 2021 at University of Maryland Hospital at Easton. She was born on February 10, 1945 to the late Lillian E. Wilson and Wade Bivens.
Stella received her education in Talbot County School system. She worked for numerous jobs but the one she enjoyed the most was Talbot County School System for 22 years. She enjoyed the teachers and her co-workers.
Stella was a kind and loving person to all that she met, always with a smile and conversation. Stella was just that kind of person, to know her was to love her. She loved fishing, crocheting, playing games on her computer, while watching her T.V shows. She was always baking her famous pineapple upside down cake and loved being on her phone getting all the latest gossip. Stella was a member at The New Queen Ester AME Church Ivytown, Md.
Stella was also a member of the Blake-Blackston Post #77 American Legion Auxiliary where she had held several positions such as Children and Youth, Activity Chairperson or whatever they needed her to do.
Stella leaves to cherish fond memories withher children: Gloria (Charles) Bivens, Allan (Santina) Wilson, Lewis (Beverly) Bivens, Leon (Crissy) Bivens; 2 sisters: Vanessa Wilson, Lenda (Linwood) and Gibson-Smith; one brother, Raymond (Jeannie) Wilson; grandchildren: Tyrell Perry, La’Isha Bivens, Jackson Bivens, Aaliyah Harper-Wilson, Lajuan Groce, Savon Bivens, Tydrien Demby, Javon Hoxter; great-grandchildren: Jayda Robinson, Jaliya Curtis, Sinncere Robinson, Keighan Hoxter, Tydrien Demby Jr., Taleah Demby, Juceon Demby, Zoey Groce, Rayleigh Groce; godchildren: Danita Jackson and Robert Lawerance; one aunt, Marian Bivens; sister/friends: Grace Perkins, Charlotte Fells, Evangaline Pinkney, Harriett Chase, Linda Walker, Martrina Hoxter, Christine Copper, Deivroy Hines and Mary Walley; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.
Stella was preceded in death by her sisters: Ann Wilson and Phyllis Ann Moaney; brothers: Ronald Wilson, Sam Wilson, Anthony Wilson, and Keith Wilson