Eunice Gilbert

Eunice Ann Gilbert

Saturday, October 16th, 1937 - Saturday, September 14th, 2019
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Eunice Ann Gilbert, 81 of Ft. Washington, MD passed away on September 14, 2019. Born on October 16, 1937 to the late Samuel Gilbert and Marie Davis in Washington D.C.

Eunice was a resident of Ft. Washington, MD for over 35 years. She was a Pediatric Registered Nurse who had retired from working at the Pediatric Associates of Alexandria, and Children's Hospital in Washington D.C.

She enjoyed quilting, sewing, and pediatric nursing. She was a member of St. Ignatius Catholic Church, and the St. Ignatius Catholic Church, Ladies of Charity.

Eunice is survived by a Brother, John Gilbert (Donna), and her Goddaughter, Valisha Jackson.

A Memorial Mass will be held at St. Ignatius Catholic Church in Ft. Washington, MD on Saturday, October 12, 2019 at 10:30 am. Interment will be private.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Humane Society of Prince George's County (be sure to include Eunice Gilbert). or P.O. Box 926, Bowie, MD 20718
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    Saturday, October 12th, 2019 | 10:30am
    Saturday, October 12th, 2019 10:30am
    St. Ignatius Catholic Church
    2315 Brinkley Road
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Donations are being accepted for: SPCA & HUMANE SOCIETY OF PRINCE.


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Darlene Tracy

Posted at 03:42pm
Eunice was graduate of the Maryview Hospital Class of 1961. She is survived by the remaining classmates of the class . We knew her as “Gilly” and her loss is a major event in Our lives. She delighted us with her unique observations of life for 59 years. Her sense of humor cheered us many times when we were student nurses struggling with studies, in addition to working all shifts after we had classes. . The rules that governed our life in the dorm were strictly enforced and we often rebelled against them to the best of our abilities. She was not the top instigator, but probably was in the top three. In those days, Gilly was very, very thin and one term that was used to describe her was “ puny Eunie” Her Nursing career has been devoted to the care of pediatrics and she has excelled in that calling
She was also an avid cat fancier, and those felines who became lucky enough to become her pets received the best of the best love that could be provided them. . Gilly was also a very talented quilter. Members of our class were the recipients of many hand quilted Christmas ornament over the years. I am the very lucky owner of a wall hanging she created for a class reunion held in 2005. God Rest her Soul...we are truly blessed for her to have been a part of our lives. Darlene Tracy

Valisha Jackson Posted at 12:08am

Thank you Darlene for sharing your memories of Gilly with everyone. Being a nurse was what she was put on this earth to do, and her time at Maryview with you all meant so much to her and helped to shape the nurse she went on to be. I too am the proud owner of many quilted items that I have received over the years, and I will cherish those as part of my many memories of her.

Diana Gritz

Posted at 10:40am
Eunice was one of the most caring and sincere person that I’ve ever come across. She had a unique sense of humor and she will be missed by all of us at St. Ignatius
Bible study, sewing group, and The Ladies of Charity.

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