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18 - CAP]E GrlT]g, Friday, June IB - June 19, Obituaries Continued from page Joseph J. Kurilla of Lewes; a daughter, Celeste Khemlani of Winter Springs, Fla.; two sons, Daniel of Birmingham and Joseph of Garland, Texas; nine grandchil- dren; and one great-grandson. A mass of Christian burial will be held at ll a.m., Saturday, June 14, at Mary, Mother of Peace Church, Oak Orchard, where friends may call at 10:30 a.m. Visitation hours will also be held from 6 to 8 p.m., Friday, June 13, at Parsell Funeral Homes & Crematorium, 1449 Kings High- Contributions are suu to the Oxford United"Methodist Church, 18 Addison Street, Ox- ford, PA 19363 or the American Cancer Society, 428 Exton Com- mons, Exton, PA 19346. Helen Taylor Stacy, avid gardener Helen Taylor Stacy, 72, of Ris- ing Sun, Md., and formerly of Wicomico and Worcester Coun- ties, died Sunday, June 8, 2003. Mrs. Stacy lived in Cecil Coun- ty for more than 35 years. She was an outstanding homemaker and cook, loved gardening and roses, and was a devoted wife and lov- ing mother. She is survived by her husband of Seaford and Teresa Clayville of Laurel; a brother, Rodney Green of Lewes, and several niece.s and nephews. Graveside services were held at Conley's Chapel Cemetery, Lewes. Margaret Felicichia, Millsboro homemaker Margaret Felicichia, 97, of Millsboro, died Tuesday, May 27, 2003. She was a homemaker. She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Helen and David Halton of Millsboro. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, June 14, at St. Edmond's Catholic Church in way, Lewes. Burial will be private at Delaware Veterans Cemetery South, near Georgetown. Arrangements by Parsell Funer- al Homes & Crematorium, Lewes. Janet B. Pierce, retired bookkeeper Janet B. Pierce, 74, of Oxford, Pa., died Thursday, June 5, 2003, at home. Mrs. Pierce was born in Newark and was a 1946 graduate of P.S. duPont High School in Wilming- ton. She worked for Bell Telephone before beginning her family and then as a bookkeeper for Lincoln University for 25 years until her retirement in 1993. In the past, she owned a restau- rant and a ceramic shop in Oxford and more recently spent time with her husband in his woodworking shop. She was a member of the Ox- ford United Methodist Church and the Winners Class at the church. She was active in the Golden Slip- per Dance Troupe and over the years enjoyed Girl Scouts, gar- dening, ceramics, antiques, furni- ture refinishing, sewing, making and dressing porcelain and ceram- ic dolls, shopping and chair can- ing. She especially loved spending time with her friends or family and enjoyed her vacation home near Lewes. She was preceded in death by her husband of 54 years, William Donald Pierce Sr., who died in August 2002; her son, David G. Pierce; a sister, Jacqueline Woods; and two brothers, Robert and Mil- ton Burkett. She is survived by her daughter, Susan L. Farmer and her husband Harry W. Jr. of Nottingham; her son, William D. Pierce Jr. of Ox- ford; six grandchildren; five great- grandchildren; her brothers, Joseph Burkett of Vancleave, Mich., Herman Burkett of Ander- son, Ind., and Lee Burkett of Lewes; her sisters, Charlotte Bur- kett of Lewes, Ellen Sobieski of Eastburn Acres, Carolyn Bogia of Newark and Sandra Burkett of Richardson Park; her aunt, Cecilia Casper of Newport. Services were held at Oxford United Methodist Church, with burial in Oxford Cemetery. of 54 years, Elwood (Retired MSP); three children, Diane Lynn Stacy of Rehoboth Beach, and Debra Lorraine Baxter and David Scott Stacy, both of Rising Sun, Md.; and three brothers, Lawrence, Thomas and James Taylor. Services were held at Maranatha Baptist Church, Elk- ton, Md. with burial in Wicomico Memorial Park, Salisbury, Md. Contributions are suggested to Maranatha Baptist Church, 3141 Old Elk Neck Road, Elkton, MD, or Northern Chesapeake Hospice Foundation. Cora Green Clayville, retired presser Cora Green Clayville, 78, of Seaford, died Friday, June 6, 2003, at Nanticoke Memorial Hospital, Seaford. Mrs. Clayville was born in Lewes. She was a presser at Nanticoke Cleaners in Seaford before retir- ing after 25 years of service. She was a member of Conley's United Methodist Church, Lewes. She was preceded in death by her husband, Raymond Woodrow Clayville in 1980. She-is survived by three sons, Edward R. and his wife Jo Ann, Alan and his wife Peggy, all of Seaford, and John Richard Clayville of Greenwood; two grandchildren, Alan Clayville Jr. Rehoboth Beach. The location of the luncheon will be announced at the service. Arrangements by Melson Fu- neral Services, Long Neck. Shelda tan Scarborough, teacher's aide Shelda Lynn "Shell" Scarbor- ough, 45, of Harrington, died Monday, June 2, 2003 after a long illness, in Bayhealth Kent General Hospital, Dover. Mrs. Scarborough was a gradu- ate of Lake Forest High School, Felton, and the Dover Beauty Academy and attended Delaware State College (now University) from 1977 to 1979. Mrs. Scarborough was em- ployed by the Harrington Day Care Center as a teacher's aide be- fore her illness. In her spare time, she enjoyed solving crossword puzzles, shop- ping and spending time with her nieces. She was a member of Bibleway Church of Deliverance, where she served as a trustee and on the Women's Auxiliary Committee. She was a dedicated and faithful member who volunteered to help any capacity she could. She is survived by her mother, Anna. M. Curry of Harrington; a daughter, Brandice Scarborough of Harrington; her ex-husband Victor Scarborough of Wilming- ton; a brother Darryl Curry of has/anded at our new nesting site!l Choose from 58 shapes & sizes for the POOLS OF YOUR DREAMS! Inground pool on display Celebrate wlth us and receive a $2.00 D/scount" Bring this coupon to receive your $2 discount that you may use at our new location. *($20 purchase necessary.) We look forward to seeing you again soon! Quack! Quack! 23 Rehoboth Ave. Harrington; a sister and brother- in-law Wanda and Richard Brown of Magnolia; an uncle and aunt, Norman and Barbara Travis of Milton; and a host nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Services were held in St. Paul AME Church, Harrington, with burial in Williamsville Cemetery. TimothyJ. McCarthy Sr., World War II veteran Timothy J. McCarthy Sr., 75, of Wilmington, died Tuesday, June 3, 2003, at ManorCare in Pike Creek. Mr. McCarthy worked for Delaware Motor Sales for 22 years, then for Rittenhouse Mo- tors for 15 years, retiring in 1986. He was an army veteran of World War IL and an avid fisher- man. He was preceded in death by his son, Timothy J. McCarthy Jr. in 1986; a brother Thomas and two sisters, Eileen and Elizabeth Me- Carthy. He is survived by his wife Katherine (Doherty) McCarthy; his sons, Larry MCarthy and his wife, Donna, Dennis McCarthy and his wife Maureen, all of Law denberg Pa.; his daughters, Sherry Netta and her husband Larry, Lisa Tusi and her husband Vincent, .all of Newark, and Amy Gooding and her husband Chuck of Milton; his brother, Edward McCarthy and his wife, Phyllis of Elsmere; his sisters, Mary Lander of Wilming- ton and Anne Wheeler and her husband Joel of Tacoa, Ga.; his sister-in-law Ellen McCarthy of Wilmington; and l l grandchil- dren. Services were held at St. John the Beloved Catholic Church, Sherwood Park, with burial in All Saints Cemetery, Wilmington. Contributions are suggested to Heartland Hospice, 261 Chapman Road, Stockton Bldg., Suite 100, Newark, DE 19702. Call for installation (302) 644-4404 Mister Grab Bar Inc, Many Colors Available Many falls happen in the home. 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