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Delores Rebecca Queen Buster, 68, White Plains

Delores Rebecca Queen Buster, 68, of White Plains died Feb. 14, 2013, at her daughter’s home in Damascus.

Born Feb. 6, 1945, in McConchie, she was the daughter of the late William Queen and the late Susie Anna Queen.

She was educated in the Charles County public school system and attended Bel Alton High School. She married Freddie Buster, and they raised seven children. She worked as a stock clerk at Aiken Advanced Systems, Alexandria, Va. She was a devoted mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt and friend. Her family was very important to her and she enjoyed spending time with them, especially her grandchildren. She was strong-minded and always had a word of wisdom to impart. She also had a great sense of humor, which was one of her greatest assets. She enjoyed visiting casinos and playing cards, especially six hand pitch. Her favorite TV show was “Judge Joe Brown.”

In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by her siblings, Cecelia Young, Catherine Proctor, Willberta Swann-Freeland, Isidora Proctor, John “Jimmy” Queen, Annie Burton and Louise Proctor.

She is survived by her sons, Lloyd Queen and Freddie Buster Jr.; daughters, Virginia Queen, Arlene Cowan, Maureen Carroll, Karen Whitsett and Melinda Skinner; grandchildren, Lamar, Keyandra, Liam, Liona, Ny’Jah, Zakiyah, Brian, Jerome, Stephen, Leah, Kiara, Treavon, Danea, DaQuan, Dalijah, DaJuan, DaShawn and Daniya; great-grandchildren, Brian Jr., Azia, Vickeya, Sam, Savon, and John; sons-in-law, Donnell Cowan and John Skinner; sisters, Naomi Proctor, Dollie Reeves, Pauline Collins and June Proctor; brothers-in-law, Joseph Proctor and Wilbert Leroy Young; and many nieces, nephews and other relatives.

A service was held Feb. 18 at Thornton Funeral Home, Pomonkey. Burial took place at St. Catherine’s Catholic Church Cemetery, McConchie.

Arrangements were handled by Thornton Funeral Home.