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30 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Obituaries Continued from page 29 grandchildren. Service and burial were private. Contributions are suggested to Singerly Fire Company of Elkton. Joseph C. Walker, served in Coast Guard Joseph C. Walker, 66, of Re- hoboth Beach, died Saturday, April I l, 1998, of heart failure at Beebe Medical Center, Lewes. Mr. Walker was a 29-year vet- eran of the U.S. Coast Guard, where he was a master chief boatswain's mate. He is survived by his wife, Bet- ty McCormick Walker; a son, Lt. Anthony Walker of Stafford, Va.; a daughter, Lisa Walker Vaughn of Millsboro; a sister, Barbara Ewing of Rehoboth Beach; a brother Wayne D. Walker of Millsboro; and five grandchildren. Services were held at the Georgetown Church of God, Georgetown, with burial in the Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery, near Summit. Contributions are suggested to the Georgetown Church of God, Primary Street, Georgetown, DE 19947. Ann W. Baldwin hospital volunteer Ann W. Baldwin, 88, of Balti- more and Dewey Beach, died Easter Sunday, April 12, 1998, of a stroke at Union Memorial Hos- pital. The former Ann Williams was May I - May 7, 1998 born in Baltimore, graduated from Calvert High School in 1921 and Bryn Mawr School in 1927, and studied music at the Sorbonne in Paris. Mrs. Baldwin was a volunteer at Keswick Multi-Care Center and, for 70 years, at Children's Hospital, where she had been a BALDWIN trustee and president of the women's board. She was also a volunteer and com- municant for 50 years at the Epis- copal Church of the Redeemer in Baltimore. In 1933, she married Rignai W. Baldwin Sr., who died in 1986. She was a member of the EIkridge Club, the Johns Hopkins University Club and the Mount Vernon Club. She is survived by a son, Rignal W. Jr.; a daughter, Ann B. Smith of Potomac, Md.; eight grandchil- dren, Ann E. Plowman of Re- hoboth Beach, Harry L. Smith of Boston, Eleanor B. Smith of LutheFville, Md., Stephen W. Smith of Potomac, Md., Marietta A. Baldwin, Rignal W. Baldwin V, Patience Ann Baldwin and Ludlow A. Baldwin, all of Balti- more; and four great-grandchil- dren. A memorial service was held on in Baltimore. Burial was private. Daina L. Tucker, Lewes homemaker Daina L. Tucker, 49, of Lewes, and formerly of Camden, died Wednesday, April 22, 1998, of respiratory failure at Beebe Med- ical Center. Mrs. Tucker was born in 1949 in Seattle, the daughter of George Lobdell of Seattle and the late Norma Lobdell. In addition to her father, she is survived by a son, Joshua J. Tuck- er of Hartly; a daughter, Tami I. Tucker of Marydel; a brother Marty Lobdell of Seattle; a sister, Kathy Blaha of Seattle; and six grandchildren. Service and burial were private. Myrtle J. Haag, church board member Myrtle J. Haag, 89, of Lewes, died Tuesday, April 21, 1998, in the Lewes Convalescent Center. Mrs. Haag, a homemaker and resident of Lewes for three years, was a member of the Pine Street Methodist Church in Williamsport, Pa., and a former member of its board of trustees. She was a former director of the Williamsport Bridge Club. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Charles Low, in 1946, and her second husband, Joseph Haag, in 1972. She is survived by her daughter, Penny L. Deiner of Lewes, and a granddaughter. Services were held at Pine Street United Methodist Church, Williamsport, Pa., with burial in Montoursville Cemetery, Williamsport. Contributions are suggested to American Cancer Society, Ly- coming County Unit, Williamsport, PA 17701; or Habi- tat for Humanity, Williamsport, PA 17701. Layman S. Kilgo Sr., salvage dealer Layman Sylvester "Sonny" Kil- go St., 66, of Seaford, died Sun- day, April 19, 1998, in Seaford Memorial Hospital. Mr. Kilgo was a salvage dealer and a member of the United As- sembly of Christ Church. He served in the U.S. Army and sang With the Westinairs Group, a Christian singing group. He is survived by his wife, Cyn- thia Kilgo; two sons, Nathanial of Minneapolis and Laymen Jr. of Seaford; seven daughters, Iris Cannon, Melissa Smith, Teresa Bracey and Sonya Whitney, all of Seaford, Karen Doakes of Bridgeville, Dawn Cannon of Fort Meade, Md., and Kimberly Gibbs of Harrington; four stepsons, Carl- ton Hughs Sr. of Seaford, Thomas Hughs of Milton, Kevin Gibbs of Ellendale and Adrian Gibbs of Bridgeville; four brothers, Frank, James, Fred and Harry, all of Seaford; three sisters, Alice Blockston of Seaford, Cherlene Mason of Chicago and Mary Tay- lor of Boston; 33 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. Services were held at John Wes- ley United Methodist Church, Seaford, with burial in Calvary Cemetery, Concord. Stacie E. Cline, auxiliary member Stacie E. 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