Laura L. Segear

October 13, 2020 | Claymont, DE

Laura L. Segear, age 63, of Claymont DE passed away October 13, 2020 at home.

Laura was born in Wilmington, DE, daughter of the late Joseph A. and Barbara Trotta. She was a graduate of Claymont High School and worked for K-Mart for 31 years until her retirement.

Laura is survived by her husband, Bruce A. Segear, Sr.; sons, Bruce A. Segear, Jr., Michael Segear; sister, Mary Lou; 4 grandchildren; many nieces, nephews and friends that loved her dearly.

Services will be held privately.

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  1. My Dearest Mother in Law;

    Although we saw one another every single day I am still at a lost over all the things I never had a chance to say to you or do with you. I never thought I’d have to say goodbye. You were always so strong, so full of life and enthusiasm. I love you so freaking much. I hope you knew how much I did. I need you here with us so bad. The pain is unbearable. Your grandbabies miss you. Please rest easy knowing that we will NEVER ever forget you and all the laughs and memories you’ve provided over the years. There’s such a huge void missing from my heart right now. I love you, I love you, I love you Mom Laura. I promise to not only take care of your NaNa, Joey, Josepy, and Er Bear, but also your boys and husband as well. We all love and miss you so much MomMom!!!!! Btw, I felt you tug at my robe yesterday too. Thanks for reminding me that you’ll always be right by our sides.

    Your loving daughter in law,
    Poogie 💓

    Antwanette Guinn | October 19, 2020 at 11:38 PM
  2. Aunt Laura there aren’t words for the feelings and heartache of everyone that were so close to you. You were so caring and you loved with all of your heart. You treasured your boys & grandbabies and would give your life for them. Uncle Bruce and you were side by side through thick and thin. You were both Always together, everywhere. Not one without the other. We will all miss you and your crazy self. He will miss you the most. God please be good to him. You & Aunt Lou were the best of friends..I always admired the strength you two had together. She will also miss you greatly. I have so many memories that I’ll treasure, from when I was very young- all the way until now. Our small talks on the phone or just a hour visit on a particular day. You were Always checking on me when you knew I needed a break with Dad, and even coming to visit us from time to time. Hug him for me. Lastly, your niece Kimmy, your biggest heartache, I don’t have to say much more then I pray and hope you are together with her now. Please Watch over the family- We all love you and will miss you. Rest Easy – Ange

    Amgelia Kettlewood | October 20, 2020 at 9:22 PM
  3. Laura, sorry we missed our time together just recently. But I will not forget the times we had growing up as teenagers. Either eating at your house or spending the night. And that famous morning I opened the front door & thought I seen a ghost ; just yelled your name. It was your uncle who looked just like your dad. You introduced me to Bruce & who would have known we would have 2 beautiful girls. We are all family. I just wish we could have had that last time reminiscing. So give my love to all who are there with you. Good bless & rest easy my friend. Until we meet again….Giv’em hell if need be up there….Debi

    Debi Mena-Cintron | October 20, 2020 at 9:58 PM
  4. The Lord blessed me so the day I met you in no time we were like sister’s what will I do now he took my secret keeper in all things , my friend , my sister .I pray for Bruce , Lou-Lou , the boys , and all the rest of your loved ones just know my heart is broken .love P.J.

    Patricia Rodriguez | October 21, 2020 at 11:33 AM
  5. It’s been terrible these last couple of years And now you have left the game of life. It seems surreal as with all family deaths. I don’t even know where to begin. So many memories that fill my heart and will be cherished a life time. Thanks for always being there for my dad, and taking us in when crazy was at it. I remember baths at your house, so thanks for bathing us. I dry my kids off the way you dried me and ange off. The little things ya no.! You were uncle Bruce’s everything and those boys world and your grand babies. I wish there was something I could do or say but losing someone close is hard. It’s a game changer . You always made me laugh. Always had so much to tell me. Thanks for keeping me in the loop. I’ll miss you dearly. I know your up there with the rest of them. I’m sure it’s a shocker to see you so soon. Rest easy aunt Laura. Love you

    Danielle kettlewood | October 26, 2020 at 1:27 AM
  6. I love you mom and miss you like crazy. Keep us safe and watch over dad and I promise we’ll do the best we can as men to make you proud. I love you 😘❤️💕

    Bruce Jr | October 26, 2020 at 9:24 PM
  7. Mr. Segear there’s no greater gift than the gift God has given you (Mrs. Laura) is the best gift one man could ever have, he’s rewarded you immensely and from what I see her job well done. May you and your family stay together and love each other because she love you all. God bless. Ralph Tucker Sr. & Family

    Ralph J Tucker Sr. | October 26, 2020 at 11:47 PM
  8. “There goes my other son” is what you would say when you would see me, your voice is still clear in my mind. A true mother in every sense who embraced me as such and I a son. Tears are still flowing even as I write these words. Wow, Time is the most valuable thing to spend, and we all wish we had more of it with you right now. I will always love you as my adoptive mother who loved me no different than a actual son. I will always remember all the love you gave and the special times growing up you allowed me to be apart of. My love goes out to Mr Bruce (Pops), Aunt Mary Lou, my brothers Bruce & Mike, Poogie and my niece and nephews.

    I Love you always Mrs Laura…

    Donte | October 29, 2020 at 5:19 PM

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