Stanley T. Claggett Retired teacher

June 15, 1993

Stanley T. Claggett, who taught in Maryland and for many years in Manassas, Va., died Thursday of heart failure at the William Hill Manor Health Care Center in Easton.

She was 87 and had moved to Easton from St. Michaels four years ago.

Known as Dee Dee, she retired completely about eight years ago after doing substitute teaching in Tilghman and St. Michaels.

She had moved to the Eastern Shore after her retirement about 10 years ago as a teacher in Manassas. Though much of her career of nearly 60 years of teaching was spent in Manassas, she also taught in Baltimore and in Germantown.

Born in Monkton and named for an uncle, the former Stanley Turner was a graduate of Jarrettsville High School and of what is now Towson State University. Originally completing a two-year program for teachers, she later returned to Towson State and earned a bachelor's degree.

She had been a member of the Altar Guild at Christ Episcopal Church in St. Michaels.

Her husband, Samuel Claggett, died in 1983.

Graveside services were to be conducted at 11 a.m. today at St. Mark's Cemetery in the Frederick County community of Petersville.

Mrs. Claggett is survived by two sons, Basil B. Bradford Sr. of Ruxton and William W. Bradford IV of Sanford, N.C.; four grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.

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