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! I Obituaries Continued from page 74 versity of Delaware Sports Hall of Fame. He was a member of Washing- ton Lodge #1, AF&ANI in Wilm- ington, a former treasurer of Friends of Old Drawyers, a mem- ber of the Hoekessin United Methodist Church and a Rotarian. Mrs. Taylor was born on Feb. 7, 1908 in Wilmington, to former Gov. Richard C. MeMullen and his wife Florence. She graduated from Wilming- ton High School and the Mary Ly- on School, now part of Swarth- more College. Mrs. Taylor's primary interest was her family. She was a mem- ber of the Wilmington Century Club, the Junior League, the State Library Commission, and was a guide for Winterthur in Odessa. Other interests inchaded playing bridge, reading and needlework. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor were pre- ceded in death by their daughter, Judith Harrington. They are survived by two sons and their wives, Dr. Richard and Marilyn Taylor of Dover, and David and Evelyn Taylor of Balti- more, Md.; seven grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m., Monday, Aug. 18, in the chapel of Cokesbury Village, 726 Loveville Road, Hockessin, with burial private. Contributions are suggested to the American Diabetes Associa- tion, 100 W. 10th Street, Wilm- ington, DE 19801. Condolences may be sent to www.mccreryfu- neralhome.com. William O. Walbert Jr., retired mason William O. "Billy" Walbert Jr., 62, of Rock Hall, Md., died, after a short illness, Wednesday, July 30, 2003, at home. Mr. Walbert was born Nov. 10, 1940, in Rock Hall, the son of the late William O. Walbert St. and Anna Mac Coleman Walbert. He was a mason for 37 years, working most recently for Ducky's Masonry until his health failed two weeks ago. He enjoyed boating, fishing, crabbing, camping and playing the guitar with several country bands. He was a member of Chester- town Elks Lodge 2474. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his son, Raymond Godfrey. He is survived by his wife of 37 years, Elizabeth Cain Walbert; two sons, Robert Godfrey of San- ford, Fla. and Arthur Godfrey of Pot Nets, near Millsboro; a daughter, Betty Ann Glenn of Rock Hall; three sisters and broth- ers-in-law, Carolyn and Larry Sinms, and Janet and Dickie Ja- mar, all of Rock Hall, and Nancy and Bobby VanDyke of Church Hill; nine grandchildren, Jennifer, Robert, Robyn, Justin, Lanna, Kelley, Roni Lynn, Heather and Courtney; and a great-grand- daughter, Kady. Services were held in Rock Hall United Methodist Church, Rock Hall, with burial in the Wesley Church, Bethany Beach, and was an active member of St Ann's So- dality and St. Ann's Bowling league. She was a former member of St. Hedwig's Catholic Church in Wilmington. Mrs. Permar will be dearly missed by her survivors which in- elude her husband of 26 years, Andrew; her brother John Wis- niewski and his wife Kathy and their sons Luke, John m, Joshua, and Matthew; brother-in-law Richard T. Permar and his wife Bernice and sons Mark and Chris; her stepdaughters, Susan Merkel and her husband Doug; Andrea Shifflet and her husband Mike, and Karen Pearce and her hus- band Ron; five step-grandchil- dren, and uncles, aunts, cousins and friends. Services were held St. Ann's Catholic Church, Bethany Beach, with burial in Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Ocean View. Arrangements by Parsell Fu- neral Homes & Crematorium, Clarksville. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Aug. 8 - Aug. 14, 2003.75 Call for installation (302) 644-4404 Mister Grab Bar Many falls happen in the home. A simple way to make your home safer is to have grab bars installed. If you or a loved one is planning to, or has had surgery, balance issues, weakness or for just plainsafety, install grab bars custom designed to fit your home. S in  Ra/ls  otJr Some illf Ol am by a I oct'.patioul fl 0 Mlzter C Bar, 20. AR riOttt re ChapelCemetery, RockHall. i --A00.nc Contributions are suggested to the Rock Hall Volunteer Fire Co.'s Building Fund, P.O. Box 577, Rock Hall, MD 21661. VEtL NT Margaret Permar,. /. #.: Diamond State retiree (/'J Margaret "Marge" V. (Wis- niewski) Permar, age 63, of PR "'S.ILSON Ocean View, Del., died Wednes- day, July 30, 2003, at home in the presence of her husband Andrew. Mrs. Permar was Ix)in in Wilm- ington on Feb. 14, 1940, daughter of the late John A. Sr. and Sophie (Cholewicki) Wisniewski. She was a1958 graduate of the old Wilmington High School on Delaware Avenue. She had been employed by Dia- mond State Telephone Company for 17 years. 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