Nancy Ann Taylor Hudson, 75, of Huntingtown died Sept. 28, 2012, at
Washington Hospital Center, Washington, D.C.
Born Feb. 8, 1937, in the District, she was the daughter of the late William and the
late Sophia Taylor.
She graduated from McKinley High School on June 16, 1955. She married John
William Hudson Jr. on May 27, 1955.
She and her husband owned Old Creek Inn and Hudson’s Sunoco and Mini Mart
for more than 40 years. After they sold the family business, she spent her time
working for Calvert Memorial Hospital in Prince Frederick in numerous positions.
She also volunteered in various departments at the hospital. She enjoyed reading,
writing, drawing, going to the movies and spending time with her friends and
family. She cherished her time with her friend Wilemina Schultz. Together they
explored Calvert County and the surrounding areas, trying new restaurants, going
to the boardwalk in Solomons to enjoy ice cream and watch and feed the ducks.
She is survived by her husband, John William Hudson Jr.; daughter, Susan and her
husband, Stan Tucker; sons, John Hudson III and his wife, Eileen, Michael
Hudson, Wayne Hudson and his wife, Sharon, and Joe Hudson and his wife,
Jennifer; grandchildren, Steven Morgan, Michael “Shawn” Morgan, Jeremy