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p ,. 0bituarles Continued from page 66 Linda of Ellendale; four grand- children, Kelly Strunk, Joshua Fleming, Dorian Fleming and Bil- ly Knowles; two great-grandchil- dren, George Strunk Jr. and Han- nah Fleming; one sister, Sidney Hitchens of Georgetown; and a brother, Hugh Brian Fleming of Ellendale. Services were held in the chapel of Short Funeral Services, Milton, with burial in Hollywood Ceme- tery, Harrington. Arrangements by Short Funeral Services, Milton. Robert P. "Bob" Carey, Suburban Propane driver Robert P. "Bob" Carey, 62, of Lewes, died Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2003, of cancer at Beebe Medical Center, Lewes. Mr. Carey was a driver for Sub- urban Propane in Rehoboth Beach for more than 30 years and a member and past governor of the Loyal Order of Moose Lodge 646 of Rehoboth. He served in the U.S. Coast Guard during the Cuban Missile Crisis. He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Joan Carey; his mother, Hazel Zimmerman; a son, Robert P. Carey Jr. and his wife, Lori; a daughter, Therese A. Millman and her husband Jeff; and three grand- children, Zachary, Evan and Niki. Services were held from the chapel at Melson Funeral Ser- vices, Long Neck, with burial pri- vate at the Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Millsboro. Contributions are suggested to the Tunnell Cancer Center, Savan- nah Road, Lewes DE 19958 or the Lewes First Baptist Church, Kings Highway, Lewes DE 19958. Arrangements by Melson Fu- neral Services, Long Neck. Raymond Layton Becker, Wilmington attorney Raymond Layton Becker, 80, of Wilmington, died Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2003, after a short illness. Mr. Becker was born and raised in Wilmington and graduated from P.S. duPont High School in 1942. He served his country as a navi- gator in the Italian campaign dur- ing World War II. After graduating from Penn State University in 1947, he attended law school at Georgetown and Temple, receiv- ing his law degree in 1950. Along the way, he married his high school sweetheart, Charlotte Hu- ber, in 1947. He practiced law in Delaware for 52 years. He was past president of the Delaware Junior Chamber of Commerce, and a former Judg- ment Commissioner. He served for many years on the vestry of the Cathedral Church of St. John, where he was also an usher. He was on the board of directors at the Chandler Funeral Homes. His passions included his grand- children, the Phillies, the Eagles, the Blue Hens and anything Penn State. He enjoyed his annual visits to Beaver Stadium and the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity for Home- coming. He will be remembered by his colleagues for his kindness and willingness to share his knowl- edge. He will be remembered by all who met him by his distinctive laugh. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Charlotte Huber; his sons, James M. Becker of Lewes and Richard D. Becker and his wife, Gina M. Mancini-Becker of Newark; and four grandchildren, Rachael Roxanne, Angela Cather- ine, Stephanie Marlena and Alan Layton Becker. A memorial service was held at the Cathedral Church of St. John, Wilmington, with burial in Gar- den of Praise at the Cathedral. Contributions are suggested to the memorial fund of the Cathe- dral Church of St. John, 10 Con- cord Avenue, Wilmington DE 19801 or to the American Dia- betes Association, 100 W. Tenth Street, Suite 1002, Wilmington DE 19801. Mi'Kell R. Henry, newborn Mi'Kell R. Henry of Delmar died of complications of prema- ture birth Thursday, Dec. 25, 2003, in Nanticoke Memorial Hospital, Seaford. He was new- born. Mi'Kell is survived by his mother, Amie B. Satchell of Del- mar; his father, Michael Henry of Rehoboth Beach; his maternal grandparents, Daisey Satchell of Delmar and Leroy Satchell of Milford; his paternal grandpar- ents, Rachell Henry of Rehoboth Beach and Michael Phillips of Frankford; a sister, AnD'eshia Satchell of Cool Spring; four brothers, Tre'Mere Satchell, Ja'Quan Thomas and Ja'Vontai Thomas, all of Delmar; and Michael Henry of Rehoboth Beach; a special aunt, Tikita Collins of Selbyville; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles and friends. Services were held in Young's Funeral Home, Milford, with bur- ial in Old Hickory Cemetery, Slaughter Neck. Michael R. Henry III, newborn Michael R. Henry III of Delmar died of complications of prema- ture birth Thursday, Dec. 25, 2003, in Nanticoke Memorial Hospital, Seaford. He was new- born. Michael is survived by his mother, Amie B. Satchell of Del- mar; his father, Michael Henry of Rehoboth Beach; his maternal grandparents, Daisey Satchell of Delmar and Leroy Satchell of Milford; his paternal grandpar- ents, Rachell Henry of Rehoboth Beach and Michael Phillips of Frankford; a sister, AnD'eshia Satchell of Cool Spring; four brothers, Tre'Mere Satchell, Ja'Quan Thomas and Ja'Vontai Thomas, all of Delmar; and Michael Henry of Rehoboth Beach; a special aunt, Tikita Collins of Selbyville; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles and friends. Services were held in Young's Funeral Home, Milford, with bur- ial in Old Hickory Cemetery, Slaughter Neck. Charles E. Tyndall, Manlove retireee Charles E. "Charlie" Tyndall, 69, of Seaford, died Monday, Dec. 29, 2003, at home. Mr. Tyndall was a former mem- ber of the Delaware Army Nation- al Guard. He retired from Manlove Automotive Store after 30 years of service. He then worked for Manlove Lawn Service until the time of his death. He was a very friendly and outgoing person who never met a stranger. He was a member of Concord United Methodist Church, where he sang in the church choir and was an active volunteer at Seaford Mission. He was preceded in death by his wife, Valerie Tyndall, in 1977. He is survived by three daugh- ters, Amantha Allen of Rehoboth Beach and Davena Hardy and Melanie Shockley, both of Seaford; seven grandchildren, Lewis Allen, Alexa Allen, Spencer Allen, Brad Allen, Miles Hardy, Ryan Shockley and Kyle Shockley; two brothers, Roland Tyndall and Ronald Tyndall, both of Seaford; and two sisters, Mar- lene Maske of Newark and Theda Brittingham of Seaford. Services were held at Mount Olivet United Methodist Church, Seaford, with burial in Concord United Methodist Church Ceme- tery. Contributions are suggested to the Seaford Mission, 611 3rd Street, Seaford DE 19973, or to Concord United Methodist Church, c/o Marvin Lloyd, 12560 Concord Road, Seaford DE 19973. 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