Ethel Lee Alascio-Taylor (nee Gebert), 83, of Delaware, passed away on September 28, 2020. She was born in Baltimore to the late Martin John and Dolores Gebert. She had a passion for singing and an angelic voice. Lee would sing anywhere she could and became well known in Fenwick Island and most recently in Glen Burnie when she came to live with her son. Lee also enjoyed gardening, baking cookies, traveling, cooking, playing tennis and dancing; but her greatest joy was spending time with her family. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her 1st husband, William E. Alascio Sr.; son, William E. Alascio Jr.; sisters, Dolores K. Hannon and Elsie A. Dorsey; and her 2nd husband, Neil F. Taylor.
Lee is survived by her devoted sons, Anthony J. Alascio (Sandy), Martin J. Alascio, Thomas V. Alascio (Sheri), Michael A. Alascio (Carolyn) and Christopher D. Alascio (J.D.); cherished grandchildren, Dominic, Jill, Chelsea, Kaylee, Christianne, Tony, William, Josh, Serah, Joseph, Gina, Ashley, Michael F., Mikey and Emily; many loving great-grandchildren; and her dear sister, Evelyn J. Turner.
Family will receive visitors on Thursday, Oct. 1st, from 3-7 PM at Singleton Funeral and Cremation Services, P.A., 1 2nd Ave. SW, Glen Burnie. Funeral services will be private.
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