printed 06/12/2020

Ocean Pines

Mrs. Madge Berdella Kidd Barrett of Ocean Pines, Maryland, passed away on May 29, 2020, following a lengthy health decline.

Just two months shy of her 95th birthday, Mrs. Barrett was born in Newport News, Virginia, on July 30, 1925.

Her husband, Francis Josiah Barrett, passed away in 1985.

She worked in the hospitality industry and various retail businesses in the Baltimore area while raising three of her children in the Baltimore and Bowie, Maryland areas.

She and her husband moved to Ocean Pines in the early 1980s.

Madge is survived by her daughter, Susan Barrett Satterfield and husband, Bill of Salisbury; daughter, Mary Dorthea Hanssen and husband, Ronald of Waldorf, Maryland; and son, Michael Francis Barrett of Ocean Pines, plus numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Her son, John Kinsey Jacobs, and her daughter, Madge Berdella Jenkins, preceded her in death.

Services will be private. Burial of her ashes will be next to her husband, Francis, in Jersey Shore, Pennsylvania.

The family expresses many thanks to Mary Gillian of Berlin, who provided Madge with loving care and friendship for nearly 10 years.

Gifts in honor of Mrs. Barrett can be made to: Coastal Hospice, P.O. Box 1733, Salisbury, Maryland 21802, which provided exceptional care during her final days.

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