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28 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24- MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2010 NEWS cape Gazette Obituaries )) Continued from page 26 may call from noon till time of services. Interment will be at St. Johnstown Cemetery in Green- wood. At the family's request, in lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Delaware Hospice Center, !00 Patriots Way, Mil- ford, DE 19963. Arrangements provided by Parsell Funeral Homes & Crema- torium, Hardesty Chapel, Bridgeville. Preston J, Mumford, Army veteran Preston James Mumford, 87, of Frankford, son of the late Annie and Albert Mumford, departed this life Monday, Sept. 20, 2010. He was born Sept. 11, 1923, in Williamsville. He received his education in the public schools in Maryland. He served in the U.S. Army dur- ing World War II in which he re- ceived many ribbons and was re- leased with a honorable dis- charge. He was employed at ShoweU Farms as a poultry packer until he retired, then later became an employee of Sea Colony in Bethany Beach. Preston accepted Christ as his savior and became a member of call one hour prior. Bishop Thessalonia Baptist Church for James Johnson will officiate. In- many years. He was a church terment will be in Curtis United trustee and sang in the choir. Methodist Church Cemetery, On May 11, 2002, he was united Bishopville. The family would in marriage to Agnes Purnell un- like to thank Delaware Hospice til the Lord called him home. for all the acts of love shown dur- Preston was known for his style ing this time. Arrangements by with his fancy suits, shoes and of Watson Funeral Home, Mills- course his hats. He loved sweet boro. potato pie and his ice cream. "Pop really loved to eat." Sylvia Santiago, He was preceded in death by five brothers, Stanford Mumford, Millsboro resident Clifton Mumford, Russell Mum- Sylvia "Jennie" Santiago of ford, Albert Mumford and Lloyd Millsboro went home to be with Mumford; and three sisters, Flo- her Lord and Savior Jesus the rence Drew, Mildred Young and Christ Thursday, Sept. 16, 2010. Marion Taylor. She was preceded in death by He leaves to cherish his mem- her parents, Sarah and D. Lyn- odes with his wife Agnes Mum- wood Taylor; a sister, Priscilla ford, one son, Willie Currie of Snell; and brother Dwight Taylor. New Castle; six sisters, Pastor She is survived by her hus- Hazel Purnell of SelbyviUe, Mae band, Jose Santiago; four chil- Watson of California, Nora Oliv- dren, Jeffery Taylor, Gregory er ofMillsboro, Evelion Major of Taylor and wife Francine, Philadelphia, Pa., Edna Porzo of Demetrius Taylor and wife Viola, Selbyville, Carrie Steven of Bear;, and Alisha Santiago and fianc6 one brother, Joseph Mumford of Samuel Lee; five granddaughters, Philadelphia; one stepsister, Ashley Santiago, Latisha Santia- George Ann Jackson of Milford; go, Charmaine Davis, Denitta five stepdaughters and one step- Tate and Alonda Tate; four son; 21 grandchildren; and 44 grandsons, Gregory Taylor Jr., great-grandchildren; and a host Demetrius Taylor Jr., Carl Hinton of nieces and nephews, and Maurice Moore; one great- A funeral service will be held grandson, Ierron Smith; two at I p.m., Friday Sept. 24, at Cal- brothers, Robert Taylor (Anna) vary Pentecostal Church, Bish- and Bruce Taylor (Heidi Mar- opville, Md., where friends may shall); eight sisters, Shirley Conaway, Linda Perry one sister-in-law, Sharon Taylor;, (Lawrence), Pamela Taylor, 22 nieces and nephews; 26 great- Catherine Taylor-Hall (Aldon), nieces and -nephews and a host Wanda Taylor, Bertha Taylor, Se- of cousins, friends and adopted brena Taylor and Gail Simms; Continued on page 30 Now open 7am- 4pro Fox :RUn Road F d, DE[ 19945 (is inks oe Rt., ,3 mah oe Rt. on r-ox R.n RoM) 302-732-3211 S ; r" ,..J~ In 1996 Candidate for 4th Sussex County Council seat ran the Olympic Torch, If your child would like the opportunity to run carrying the torch, please join Russ: Established 1948 Member of BBB and ABC START TIME IS 8 AM FOR ALL All runners are welcome but must register in advance. We will provide a safe and scenic running route at each location, ranging from 6to 10 miles in length.You can run 1,2, 3 or how many miles you choose. A trailing vehicle will ferry you back to the parking area when you need it. We will be running 10 rain. miles. After you complete your run with the torch section you can run ahead at your own pace or double back to parking area. To register send email to rusty55@mchsi.com Be sure to specify at which location you wish to run and how many in your group. (Their names & ages) Make sure to list phone # and email address. OFFICE: FAX: SUNDEWPAINTING @COMCAST.NET 302-684-5858/Rehoboth Beach 302-994-7004/Wilmington 302-684-5580 302 -994-8969 Mention ad at time of estimate for 5% discount GATHERING POINT DATE TOWN !PARKING Oct. 2 Long Massey's LandingEnd of Long Neck Neck Road Oct. 16 Rehoboth Grove Park Downtown near circle Oct. 30Bethany Delaware Seashore Freshwater Beach State Park Pond