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28 FRIDAY, JANUARY 18- MONDAY JANUARY 21. 2013 NEWS Cape Gazette Obituaries )) Continued from page 27 loving and devoted wife of 56 years, Lucy Ann (Papi); daughter Toni Lynn Willett and husband Michael, son Carl Jr., and daugh- ter Lisa and her fianc6 Patrick Caffey, all of Wilmington. He adored his two grandsons, who were his best pals, Christo- pher(Angelina) of Rehoboth Beach and Michael of Wilming- ton. He is also survived by his brothers, Frank (Ruth) of Paoli, Pa., and Allen (Suzanne) of Den- nisville, NJ.; and several nieces and a nephew. A committal service will be held at 10 a.m., Friday, Jan. 18, at the Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery Chapel, 2465 Chesa- peake City Road, Bear. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, 1501 Casho Mill Road, Suite 1, Newark, DE 19711. Franklin Delano Barker, auto body retiree Franklin Delano Barker, 79, of Elmer, N.J., died Friday, Jan. 4, 2013, at Underwood Memorial Hospital, Woodbury, N.J. He was born in Milton, son of the late Howard Barker and Mar- garet Morris Barker. Franklin served in the U.S. Army from 1956-61. He was employed by Depford Auto Body in Depford, N.J., and Vicks Auto Body in Pine Hill, N.J. He was an avid bowhunter, fisherman and boater. He is survived by his sister, Mary Barker Smialek of Milton; a daughter, Phylis Reif of Pitman, N.J.; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. He is also survived by nephews David Barker and E Todd Mitchell. Private memorial services were held at Kelly Funeral Home in Pitman, with interment in Gloucester County Veterans Cemetery. Frank will be missed. FREE I)ELIVERY FRF.E HAUL AwAY FLAT-RATE SERVICE CHARGE FOIl REPAIRS Lucille Davis, retired teacher Mrs. Lucille Davis of Millsboro passed away Monday, ]an. 14, 2013, at Christiana Hospital in Newark. She was born March 15,1925, in Elizabeth, N.J., to the late Lindsey and Clair Thorns. She married her husband Lester Davis, and together they raised two chil- dren. Lester preceded her in death in 2001. Mrs. Davis was a well-educated woman, active in the Millsboro Seventh Day Ad- ventist Church, where she was a member; she was a member of VFW Post 10638 Auxiliary. She had a professional career, work- ing for many years and retiring as a teacher in the Allegheny East Conference. She loved to read, and do word search and crossword puzzles. She always accepted everybody, was partic- ularly dedicated to her church and to her family, but yet she knew how to stand her ground. She loved, and adored her grand- kids. She is survived by two chil- dren: Rosalind J. Davis of New Carrollton, Md. and Alphonso G. Davis and his wife Debora of Georgetown. Also surviving are three brothers: Frank Thorns and his wife Florence, Edwin Thoms and wife Charlotte, and Lorenzo Thorns and his wife also named Florence; there are four grand- children; five great-grandchil- dren; numerous nieces, nephews; cousins, extended family and many friends. In addition to her parents and husband, Lucille was preceded by a brother, Alfred Thorns. A funeral service will be held at noon, Friday, Jan. 18, at the Millsboro Seventh Day Adven- tist Church, 30007 Cordrey Road, Millsboro, where friends may call two hours earlier, from 10 a.m. until noon for visitation and calling hours. Pastor R. Vin- cent Dehm will officiate, and Pastor Colby Matlock will deliv- er the eulogy. Interment follows in the cemetery beside the Mills- boro Seventh Day Adventist Church. Lucille loved flowers, and floral tributes are welcome. Laurie Tatro Lenney, devout Catholic Laurie M. (Tatro) Lenney, 94, of Hartford, Conn., and formerly of Norwalk, Conn., and Largo, Fla., beloved wife of the late Paul Lenney, passed away peacefully Wednesday, ]an, 16, 2013. Born Nov. 21, 1918, in Agawam, Mass., she was the daughter of the late Lawrence and Lillian (Knightly) Tatroi A loving wife, mother, grand- mother and great-grandmother, she devoted her life to raising her family. Laurie was a Eucharistic Minister at St. Lawrence O'Toole Church in Hartford as well as parishes in Norwalk. Laurie and her husband were leaders in the Cursillio Movement in the Bridgeport Diocese. They were very involved in the advance- We haul all your junk for FREE!* Weig h ldApPhl : CB :'yLla:y M :e;v's, etc. [ ment of the Tres Dios Move- and Anna; and 10 great-grand- The D'Esopo Funeral Chapel, ment. Laurie also devoted her children. She was predeceased Wethersfield, is assisting with time as a volunteer with Hos- by four sisters, arrangements. pice. There will be a memorial serv- For online expressions of sym- Laurie is survived by her four ice celebrating Laurie's life at pathy to the family, please visit children, ]. P. Lenney and his wife 10:30 a.m., Saturday, ]an. 19, in the Mary Pax Lenney of Irvine, ]nlia Gilman Clark Chapel at Av- Calif., Mary Yvonne Lenney Of ery Heights, 705 New Britain : )) Sign online guestbooks at: Lewes, Paula Ciarletto of Ave., Hartford. 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