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Obituaries Continued from page 33 Spring, Md.; and six grandchil- dren, Christine, Kathryn, Connor, Austin, John and Griffin. A memorial service was held at St. Edmond's Catholic Church, 409 King Charles Street, Re- boboth Beach, with burial private. Contributions are requested to The Barbara MacCoy Memorial Fund, c/o ANKH Inc., 431 East Market Street, Georgetown DE 19947. Arrangements by Melson Fu- neral Services, Long Neck. Clara M. 'Kitty' Wilson, former trust officer Clara M. "Kitty" Wilson, 93, of Lewes, and formerly of Bridgeton, N.J. and Ocean City, N.J., died on Thursday, Sept. 16, 1999, at Lewes Convalescent Center, following a period of de- clining health. The wife of Russell Wilson, she was born Philadelphia and was the daughter of the late Alfred and Clara Evans Loynd. She was raised in Philadelphia and was a graduate of Kensington High School. Mrs. Wilson was a Bridgeton resident for several years and in 1971, she moved to Ocean City and lived there and also in Cape May before returning to Bridgeton. She lived at the Bridgetowne Arms Apartments before moving to Lewes in 1992. She was employed for 25 years at the Farmers and Merchants Na- tional Bank of Bridgeton. She worked first as a bookkeeper and later as a teller and trust officer before retiring in 1971. A longtime member of Berean Baptist Church, she attended the First Presbyterian Church of Ocean City and while a Lewes resident was a friend and support- er of the Epworth United Methodist Church of Rehoboth Beach. She was a 50-year member of the Cumberland Chapter-Order of the Eastern Star and had served as past matron and past grand offi- cer. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Betty Grace Wilson, who died at age two. In addition to her husband of 73 years, she is survived by a daugh- ter, Janet C. Ortolf of Vero Beach, Fla.; two sons, Charles R. "Bud" Wilson of Lewes and Richard A. Wilson of Hoekessin; eight grand- children; 12 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandson. Services were held at Freitag Funeral Home, Bridgeton, with burial in Overlook Cemetery, Bridgeton. Contributions are suggested to the April DelCollo Memorial Chapter of the National Asthma Center, 741 Briar Road, Hockessin, DE 19707. Genevieve D. Miller, retired from Widener Genevieve D. Miller, 86, of Wilmington, died Thursday, Sept. 16, 1999, at Shipley Manor, where she had been a resident a short time. Mrs. Miller worked at Widener College. She was a member of Aldersgate United Methodist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Raymond B. Miller, in 1994. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. J.E Wright of Wilmington and Rehoboth Beach; two sons, James H. Miller of Columbia, Md. and Edwin B. Miller of Austin, "rex.; seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Services were held in the Chapel at Gracelawn Memorial Park, Minquadale with burial in the adjoining memorial park. Contributions are suggested to the AIzheimer's Association, Delaware Chapter, 321 E. llth Street, Wilmington, DE 19801. Leardis Snipes, Perdue worker Leardis Snipes, 60, of Magno- lia, died Tuesday, Sept. 14, 1999, of cancer in Bayhealth-Milford Memorial Hospital, Milford. Mrs. Snipes attended the former Jason High School in George- town. For 25 years, she was em- ployed by the Perdue factory in Milford. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harold William Hanzer. She is survived by her parents, Wallace and Gertrude Snipes of Lincoln; a son and daughter-in- law, Daniel and Sarah Snipes of Lewes; four daughters and three CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 24 - September 30, 1999 - 35 sons-in-law, Belinda and Anthony Shields of Frederica, Sarah and Andrew Brown of Dover, Mar- guerite Snipes of Lincoln and Michelle and Eugene Smith of Mi!lsboro; l0 grandchildren, Danielle Snipes, Phillip Hanzer, Jamarra Hanzer, Carlos Snipes, Andre Snipes, Deandre Snipes, Antonio Snipes, Lakeisha Snipes, Sharnay Snipes and Derrell Snipes; two great-grandchildren; and a longtime loving companion, Charles Livingston of Magnolia. Services were held at Welcome Full Gospel Church, Lincoln, with burial in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Milford. Midway Assembly presents The Bradburys Sept. 26 Midway Assembly of God and Whole Note Ministries will pres- ent The Bradburys of St. Cather- ine's, Ontario, Canada, in sacred concert and ministry at 10:30 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 26. This is a family ministry which includes music - from traditional hymns to contemporary and classical; art., which includes visual illustra- tions and cartooning; and Biblical preaching. The Bradburys are a family who travel full-time in evangelistic ministry and have worked extensively throughout the Eastern United States for over 20 years. Rev. Ray Bradbury is an ordained minister with the Pente- costal Assemblies of Canada. As a cartoonist, he illustrates with background music from his fami- ly. His center of focus is the preaching of Biblical messages that are pertinent to the needs of people today. His wife, Margi, is a gifted soloist, arranger and coach of her children's music. Their sons, Joshua and Jeffrey, are both gifted violinists. Joshua, 16, has studied violin since he was three. Jeffrey, 13, has studied the instrument since he was five. Both sons are talented vocally and join with their mother in pro- viding excellent musical presenta- tions. The Bradburys also conduct marriage seminars that enable couples to establish a strong foun- dation for their marriage. Pastor Gary Ross and the congregation have extended an invitation for the public to attend this service. The church is located at Route 1 and Old Postal Lane, Midway, be- tween Lewes and Rehoboth Beach. A nursery is provided for infants and toddlers. During the service, an offering will be re- ceived especially for the Brad- burys. For details, call 645-9643. | Our parish family invites you i to a glorious celebration i DEDICATION OF A I NEW CHURCH BUILDING Sunday, September 26, 1999 at 10:00 a.m. Bishop Peter A. Caputo, Presiding n i Please call for directions E x ANGLICAN PARISH OF ST. 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