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76 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Obituaries Annette R. Dougherty, Wilmington matriarch Annette R. Dougherty, 92, of Wilmington, died Friday, May 28, 2004, at home, peacefully in her sleep and surrounded by her chil- dren. Mrs. Dougherty was born Dec. 24, 1911 in Greenwich Village, New York City, but grew up in Delaware City and Wilmington. She attended St. Peter's School and high school in Wilmington and in 1932 married John E. Dougherty. They lived in Roselle and raised six children. John and Annette, married 56 years, were lifelong parishioners of St. Joseph-on-the-Brandywine Catholic Church. Annette was preceded in death by her husband, John; her brother John and her beloved son, Gerald Patrick. She is survived by her children, John E. of New Castle, Ann Ann- strong and her husband John of Oak Orchard, Jane Hance and her husband Lawrence "Skip" of Wilmington, Anthony and his wife Kathy of Napa, Calif., and Susan Bailey and her husband Ben of Vero Beach, Fla.; a daugh- ter in law, Barbara, of Dewey Beach; a sister, Eleanor Fahey Quinn of Normandy Manor; a sis- ter-in-law, Frances Creedon of Seagirt, NiJ; 22 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews from the Creedon, Fahey and Dougherty families. Her family wishes to extend thanks to Jane and Skip Hance for all their loving care that allowed Annette to remain in her own home, and to Charlotte Hearn, whose daily caregiving was a source of inspiration to everyone who witnessed it. June 4 - June 10, 2004 A mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m., Friday, June 4, at St. Joseph- on-the-Brandywine Church, 10 Old Church Road, Greenville, with burial following in the lower cemetery. Friends may call after 9 a.m. Friday. Contributions are suggested to Delaware Hospice Inc. 3515 Sil- verside Road, Wilmington, DE 19810 or to Salesianum School, 1801 N. Broom Street, Wilming- ton DE 19802. William F. Reed Jr., Osteogenesis Imperfecta Founda- tion Inc., 804 W. Diamond Ave., Suite 210, Gaithersburg, MD 20878 or www.oif.org. retired from DuPont William F. Reed Jr., 57, died suddenly Wednesday, May 26, 2004, at Christiana Hospital. Mr. Reed retired as a press oper- ator from the DuPont Company in 2003, where he was employed for 32 years. He was a naval veteran, having served n the Vietnam War. He also made a significant contri- bution to the Apollo space pro- gram. He is survived by his children, Amanda Nemes of Middletown, William R. III and T. Eric Reed, both of New Castle; his mother, Catherine Cartini Reed of New Castle; his brother, Frank, of Harbeson; and three grandchil- dren, Kassandra, Josalyn and Kaitlyn. Services were held at Mealey Funeral Home, Wilmington, with burial in Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Bear. Contributions are suggested to Robin McKenzie, sales representative Robin Jill Pierson McKenzie, 45, of Bethel Twp., Pa., died sud- denly Friday, May 28, 2004, at Christiana Hospital, Newark. Mrs. McKenzie was born, raised and educated in Upper Chichester, Pa. and lived in Bethel Twp. for the past 12 years. She served in the U.S. Coast Guard in the late 1970s. She was a sales representative in commercial leas- ing for the Henderson Group in Media for more than 15 years, leaving her job in 1995 to raise her family. She was a member of Alders- gate United Methodist Church in Wilmington. A devoted wife and mother, she touched many children's lives, and her life was her children; she was always there for them whether it be their ice hockey games or her daughter's dancing. She is survived by her husband of 15 years, Pierre J. McKenzie; four children, Carah Beth McKen- zie, Maggie Bell McKenzie, Kyl9 Pierre McKenzie and Michael Pierson McKenzie, all at home; her parents, Horace and Ginger Dudley Pierson of Slaughter Beach; a sister, Wendy L. Pease of Continued on page 81 iiiiiiiiii mLSite -IIqir (enter(,Wamnty " We AIso Sell   $vs, -IItGIIRAIG Computers A d effective 6/1/04 may fluctuate if sold prior Next Call 6/15/08 @ 100.00 FiMI MatuiL7 6/15/24 for all investors. II Freddie Mac [Federal Home Loan Mortgage ) is a government-sponsored enterprise z Semiaemual income checks I AAA/Aaa rated by Standard & Poor's and Moody's Call or stop by today. Paul Pasqualini CLU, ChFC 17021 Old Orchard Rd., Suite 4 Lewes, DE 645-7710 Warren C. Hardy #7 Lighthouse Plaza, Rt. 1 Rehoboth Beach 227-2771 Christopher D. Ryle 17021 Old Orchard Rd., Suite 4 www.edwardjones.com Lewes, DE Member SIPC 645-7710 Edward Jones Serving Individual Investors Since 1871 76 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Obituaries Annette R. Dougherty, Wilmington matriarch Annette R. Dougherty, 92, of Wilmington, died Friday, May 28, 2004, at home, peacefully in her sleep and surrounded by her chil- dren. Mrs. Dougherty was born Dec. 24, 1911 in Greenwich Village, New York City, but grew up in Delaware City and Wilmington. She attended St. Peter's School and high school in Wilmington and in 1932 married John E. Dougherty. They lived in Roselle and raised six children. John and Annette, married 56 years, were lifelong parishioners of St. Joseph-on-the-Brandywine Catholic Church. Annette was preceded in death by her husband, John; her brother John and her beloved son, Gerald Patrick. She is survived by her children, John E. of New Castle, Ann Ann- strong and her husband John of Oak Orchard, Jane Hance and her husband Lawrence "Skip" of Wilmington, Anthony and his wife Kathy of Napa, Calif., and Susan Bailey and her husband Ben of Vero Beach, Fla.; a daugh- ter in law, Barbara, of Dewey Beach; a sister, Eleanor Fahey Quinn of Normandy Manor; a sis- ter-in-law, Frances Creedon of Seagirt, NiJ; 22 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews from the Creedon, Fahey and Dougherty families. Her family wishes to extend thanks to Jane and Skip Hance for all their loving care that allowed Annette to remain in her own home, and to Charlotte Hearn, whose daily caregiving was a source of inspiration to everyone who witnessed it. June 4 - June 10, 2004 A mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m., Friday, June 4, at St. Joseph- on-the-Brandywine Church, 10 Old Church Road, Greenville, with burial following in the lower cemetery. Friends may call after 9 a.m. Friday. Contributions are suggested to Delaware Hospice Inc. 3515 Sil- verside Road, Wilmington, DE 19810 or to Salesianum School, 1801 N. Broom Street, Wilming- ton DE 19802. William F. Reed Jr., Osteogenesis Imperfecta Founda- tion Inc., 804 W. Diamond Ave., Suite 210, Gaithersburg, MD 20878 or www.oif.org. retired from DuPont William F. Reed Jr., 57, died suddenly Wednesday, May 26, 2004, at Christiana Hospital. Mr. Reed retired as a press oper- ator from the DuPont Company in 2003, where he was employed for 32 years. He was a naval veteran, having served n the Vietnam War. He also made a significant contri- bution to the Apollo space pro- gram. He is survived by his children, Amanda Nemes of Middletown, William R. III and T. Eric Reed, both of New Castle; his mother, Catherine Cartini Reed of New Castle; his brother, Frank, of Harbeson; and three grandchil- dren, Kassandra, Josalyn and Kaitlyn. Services were held at Mealey Funeral Home, Wilmington, with burial in Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Bear. Contributions are suggested to Robin McKenzie, sales representative Robin Jill Pierson McKenzie, 45, of Bethel Twp., Pa., died sud- denly Friday, May 28, 2004, at Christiana Hospital, Newark. Mrs. McKenzie was born, raised and educated in Upper Chichester, Pa. and lived in Bethel Twp. for the past 12 years. She served in the U.S. Coast Guard in the late 1970s. She was a sales representative in commercial leas- ing for the Henderson Group in Media for more than 15 years, leaving her job in 1995 to raise her family. She was a member of Alders- gate United Methodist Church in Wilmington. A devoted wife and mother, she touched many children's lives, and her life was her children; she was always there for them whether it be their ice hockey games or her daughter's dancing. She is survived by her husband of 15 years, Pierre J. McKenzie; four children, Carah Beth McKen- zie, Maggie Bell McKenzie, Kyl9 Pierre McKenzie and Michael Pierson McKenzie, all at home; her parents, Horace and Ginger Dudley Pierson of Slaughter Beach; a sister, Wendy L. Pease of Continued on page 81 iiiiiiiiii mLSite -IIqir (enter(,Wamnty " We AIso Sell   $vs, -IItGIIRAIG Computers A d effective 6/1/04 may fluctuate if sold prior Next Call 6/15/08 @ 100.00 FiMI MatuiL7 6/15/24 for all investors. II Freddie Mac [Federal Home Loan Mortgage ) is a government-sponsored enterprise z Semiaemual income checks I AAA/Aaa rated by Standard & Poor's and Moody's Call or stop by today. Paul Pasqualini CLU, ChFC 17021 Old Orchard Rd., Suite 4 Lewes, DE 645-7710 Warren C. Hardy #7 Lighthouse Plaza, Rt. 1 Rehoboth Beach 227-2771 Christopher D. Ryle 17021 Old Orchard Rd., Suite 4 www.edwardjones.com Lewes, DE Member SIPC 645-7710 Edward Jones Serving Individual Investors Since 1871