Felicia D. Roworth died peacefully at her home at Brightview Danvers on Wednesday, July 5. She was 89 and the wife of the late Harold (Bud) Roworth for 64 years.

Felicia was born on Feb. 2, 1928 in Bloomfield, N.J. and was the daughter of the late Joseph and Helen Domaleski. She grew up in Woodridge, N.J. and graduated from Clifford J. Scott High School in Orange, N.J. in June 1945. She went on to graduate first in her class from Berkeley Secretarial School in East Orange, N.J., also in 1945. She worked at East Orange High School in East Orange, N.J., and also worked for a small real estate office and did some modeling. She married Bud Roworth in March 1946, when he returned from serving in the Air Force in World War II.

Felicia and Bud lived with his parents on Dodd Street in East Orange for two years after their son was born before moving to Verona. Their twin daughters were born in 1953 and in 1955 the Roworths moved from Verona to Whippany, N.J., where she was a stay-at-home mom and raised her three children. She had dinner on the table at 5:45 p.m. every night and always dressed in a dress, pearls, and silk stockings for dinner. She was a Brownie and Girl Scout troop leader, a class mother, and chaperone on many field trips. The Roworth home was a gathering place for their children’s friends throughout their school years and beyond.

Bud and Felicia could be seen in the grandstands at most of the Whippany Park High School athletic events, cheering for the Whippany Park Wildcats and individual athletes. For many years they followed LPGA tournaments all over the East Coast, establishing a wonderful personal relationship with Jan Stephenson. In 1972, after renting houses for many summers on Martha’s Vineyard, they bought the first of three homes on the Island, where Felicia spent about six months a year for over 50 years. They also owned property in Jensen Beach and Palm City, Fla., where she spent many winters enjoying the sun, entertaining family and friends, and playing golf.

She and Bud were charter members at Farm Neck Golf Club and also members of Hammock Creek Golf Club in Palm City, Fla. Their “homebase” was always in New Jersey: Whippany, Morristown, Panther Valley, and Morris Township. In May 2002, they moved to Brooksby Village in Peabody, where they enjoyed eight years before Bud died. Felicia was always a Mets fan, but when she moved to Peabody, she quickly became an avid Red Sox fan. She moved from Brooksby Village to Brightview Danvers in March 2016 after suffering a serious fall. Felicia loved to sew and hand quilt, bake, entertain, correspond with family and friends on her typewriter, and play golf, but most of all, she loved her family. She will forever be missed by her family and many friends who loved her.

She was a devoted and loving mother to her three children: Robert Alan Roworth and his wife, Maureen, of Whippany, N.J. and her twin daughters, Patricia Lynn Roworth of Ipswich and Wendy Ann Roworth and her husband Philip Koch of Salem. She also leaves two grandchildren, Robert J. Roworth and his wife, Cara Roworth of Point Pleasant Beach, N.J., and Carey Provo and her husband, Kevin of Cedar Knolls, N.J., and four great-grandchildren, Regan and Stella Roworth of Point Pleasant Beach, N.J. and Jackson and Jamison Provo of Cedar Knolls, N.J. She also leaves her sister, Barbara Ryan, of Windsor, Vt. and her three children, Felicia, Craig, and David, and their children.

The Roworth family would like to thank everyone at Brightview Danvers for taking wonderful care of their mother and making her last months comfortable; many home health aides from Senior Helpers Boston North; and Care Dimensions, especially Mary Barrett, who has been affectionately called Angel Mary and also cared for Bud in his last months before he died in October 2010. Her family thanks them all for their kindness and compassion.

Funeral services will be private. Donations can be made in Felicia’s name to Care Dimensions (formerly known as Hospice of the North Shore), 75 Sylvan Street, Suite B–102, Danvers, MA 01923, Alzheimer’s Disease Research, 22512 Gateway Center Drive, Clarksburg, MD 20871, or a charity of your choice. Arrangements are under care of Campbell Funeral Home, campbellfuneral.com.