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Jeanne E. Corbett


1919 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
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Jeanne E. Corbett

Claymont

Jeanne E. Mary Benham Corbett was born in the winter morning, 12/21/19.. in England.

Jeanne attended an all girls'school in Reading Burks 20 miles from London.

Her husband, William Patrick Corbett, a war hero, a Hall Burke member, attended Notre Dame, aka Wild Bill Corbett of Chester, with an IQ of 167. He is buried in Arlington National Cemetery.

Arthur, the father of Jeanne, was a book maker and a Jewish Delicatessen owner. Her mother, Phyllis Wheeler was an author A.B. Benham, wonderful mother and a seamstress, both Jewish Gypsies. She had four brothers, Cyril of Holland, Morris of Amsterdam, and Elga A.W. from Australia and Limey Lou of PA.

With special thanks to Ray "Can Fix it" Altamuro.

Jeanne arrived in America 1955, Queen Mary, New York, where the streets are laced with gold, joining her brother and care taker Lou (Limey Lou), a bootlegger.

A repass will be held Saturday, February 11, 2017 at 5 pm at Hall Burke VFW Post 5447, Philadelphia Pike. Open bar, with a gourmet feast. All for $4.95 a person, just kidding. Casual dress. Catered by Glenn Appleton Caterers in Newport and her son, Jimmy currently at the Waterfall and formerly of Bachetti Brothers on Kirkwood Highway, 2 of the greatest chefs Glenn and Jimmy. A British flag will hang in honor of the queen of Claymont.
Published in The News Journal on Feb. 11, 2017
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