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..g- I" CAI00-UgE TUESOAYMARCHIO - kIH'L?2009 'IS Ii Obituaries )) Mary Alice Foley, Virginia homemaker Mary Alice Foley of Virginia Beach, Va., formerly of Bayonne, N.J., passed away peacefully Thursday, March 5, 2009, sur- rounded by her family as the rays of the sun she so loved gently ca- ressed her face. She was born Mary Alice Bon- ner Dec. B, 1923, to Manus and Anne Bonner. Oldest of four chil- dren, she is survived by her sister Theresa. She was predeceased by her parents and her two brothers, Sonny and Vincent. She leaves behind to treasure all the w6nderful memories her five daughters, Moira, Susan, Joan, Teresa (Tedde) and MegaE seven grandchildren, Anne, Megan, David, Katie, Christo- pher, Ross and Morgan; three great-grandchildren; and all of the family members who loved her and will never forget her dig- nity, humor and joy of life. A private memorial service was held where family and friends came together to cele- brate the life of this special lady. The familyasks that in lieu of any cards or flowers a donation be made in her name to the Autism Foundatiolx Sandra Lee Snyder, choir member Sandra Lee Snyder, 70, of Millsboro, formerly of York, Pa., passed away peacefuIly sur- rounded by her loving family Saturday, March 7, 2009, at Beebe Medical Center in Lewes. . Mrs. Snyder was born in York, Oct. 6, 1938. daughter of the late John F. Kinsey. She was a mem- ber of East Gate Presbyterian Church, an active member of the church choir and part of the out- reach program to the Christian Storehouse, all in the MiUsboro area. Sandra was also active in her community by teaching line dancing for the Pot-Nets com- munities, the YMCA and at the CHEER Center. After moving to Delaware with her husband over 25 years ago, she began taking care of some of the elderly residents throughout the area. In addition to her father, San- dra was preceded in death by her loving husband of 55 years, Don- ald E. Snyder in 2008; and a grandson, Justin Snyder. She is survived by a son, Craig Snyder and his wife Jane; two daughters, Barbara Jean Spangler and her husband Raymond, and Karen Ann Veilleux and her hus- band Terry; 10 grandchildren, Ryan and Christopher Veilleux, Savannah and Quin Snyder, Ray- mond Jr., Christine, Jill, Bonnie, Beverly and Danny Spangler and a brother John Kinsey. A memorial service will be held at 11:30 a.m., Saturday, March 14, at East Gate Presbyter- ian Church, 34806 Church Lane, Millsboro. Burial will be private. In lieu of flowers the family suggests memorial contributions in Sandra's name to the East Gate Presbyterian Church. Arrangements by Melson Fu- neral Services of MiUsboro. Janie Mae Wells, poultry worker Janie Mae Wells, 62, of Milton, died Wednesday, March 4, 2009, at Christiana Hospital, Wilming- ton. She was born in Randolph County, Ga, to the late Willis S and Mrs. Cleolar Perry Tillman March 21,1946, She attended public school in Randolph County and was intro- duced to God at an early age while living in Georgia; she at- tended Zion Rock Baptist Church before moving to Delaware. While living in Delaware she worked for Draper Canning CO. in Milton and Allen Family Foods in Harbeson. ]anie loved to spend time with her family, especially her grand- children. She was a kind woman, full of life and always expecting and giving smiles and hugs along the way. She was a member of St. John 2nd Baptis t Church, Mount Joy Road, MiUsboro, and previously attended Holy Bethel Church in Milton. NO MATTER WHAT YOUR AGE, CHANCES ARE YOU WANT A BETTER FUTURE. The Financial Workshop for Women Investors is an easy way to learn how to save, invest and work toward your financial goals. Whether you're just starting out or want to learn something new, the workshop will give you real- world strategies that are easy to follow. Seating is limited, so reserve your place today. I Date: Wednesday, March 25, April 1,8 & 15th Time:.6:00 pm -7:30 pm Place: Milton Public Library Janet R Maher Financial Advisor 28322 Lewes Georgetown Hwy Unit 5 Milton, DE 19968 302-684-5946 www.edwardJones,com Member $1PC She was preceded in death by two sisters, Fib Ree T'fllman and Willie B, Lightner; and three brothers, W'fllis Tillman, Edward TiUman and Eddie B. Tillman. She leaves to cherish her pre- cious memories a loving and de- voted husband of 25 years, Haven Wells of Milton; a loving daugh- ter and son-in-law, Mary Bailey and Anthony Bailey of Milton; six grandchildren, David CollLns of Harrington, William Wilson III of Georgetown, Philip Wilson of Aurora, Colo., Dontez Collins of Milton, Tiffany Tillman of Georgetown, and Crystal Wilson of Milton; one step-grandson, Jordan Bailey of Seaford; four great-grandchil- dren, David Collins III and Daiymir Collins of Harrington, My'Aisha Handy of Millsboro and Jada Eley of Georgetown; four sisters, Mamie Martin (Fred), Betty Brown and Wylene Tillman, all of Cuthbert, Ga.; and Rosemary Greene of Salisbury, Md.; six brothers, J.W. Tillman (Lee Ethel), Gene Tillman (Mary), Buddie Tillman (Annie Doris), Billie Tillman and Sam- mie Tillman, all of Cuthbert; and Rochester Tillman of Milton; two brothers-in-law; and four sisters-in-law; and a host of nieces, nephews, friends and oth- er loving relatives. Services were held at St. John 2nd Baptist Church with burial in adjoining cemetery. Arrange- ments by Bennie Smith Funeral Home, Milford. Elizabeth E. Willey, farm owner Elizabeth "Bessie" Fisher Ellingsworth Willey, 84, of Lewes, went to live with the Lord Friday, March 6, 200% after a lengthy illness. She passed away at the Milford Hospice Center. Elizabeth was born Aug. 23, 1924, the oldest child of the late Leroy and Emma (Green) Ellingsworth of Milton. She graduated from Milton High School in 1942. She, along with her husband, was a member of the "Greatest Generation" hav- ing lived through World War II. After high school she worked Continued on page 16 Paul E. Howard MD Ear, Nose and 00roat 1309 Savannah Road., Suite A :Lewes., DE. 302.645.2511 19958