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Obituaries .... lit " Lillian M. Wilkinson, sewing teacher Lillian M. Wilkinson, 76, of Rehoboth Beach, formerly of Wilmington, died Saturday, Octo- ber 2, 1993, of cancer in Mills- boro Nursing Home where she was a patient. Mrs. Wilkinson, a native of .-: ilfffftig-, hsa%,ih- t  ache .. at singer Sewing Machine Comp- nay in Wilmington, and worked for the Delaware Department of Rehabilitation. She retired in 1972. Her husband, Ralph D. Wilkin- son Jr., died in 1972. She is sur- vived by four sons, Ralph David Wilkinson HI of Newark, Donald E. lrelan of Lewes, Harold Cloud of San Jose, California, and Philip Girard of Lisbon, Connecticut; four daughters, Janice C. Irelan of Lewes, Judith Girard of Lisbon, Barbara Bateman of Rehoboth Beach, and Suzanne Brown of Wilmington; a brother, George F. Mahan of Wilmington; a sister, Betty Eastburn of Stanton; nine grandchildren; and 11 great grandchildren. A service was held Thursday, Oct. 7, at Melson Funeral Services at Long Neck. Burial was in Hen- lopen Memorial Park, Milton. Edmund Stephen Dlubala, retired dispatcher Edmund Stephen Dlubala, 75, of Pot Nets Park, Long Neck, died Monday, Oct. 4, 1993, of a stroke at Beebe Medical Center in Lewes. Mr. Dlubala had worked for several years as a dispatcher for the Maryland River and Bay Pilots. He is survived by one brother, Milton John Dlubala of Millsboro. Services and burial were pri- vate. Instead of flowers, contribu- tions are suggested to the Ameri- can Lung Association, 1021 Gilpin Avenue, Wilmington, Delaware 19801. Arrangements by Parsell, Atkins and Lodge Funeral Home at Midway. Joseph W. Hannoek, retired superintendent Joseph W. Hannock, 66, of Sweetbriar Park, Lewes, died Fri- day, Oct. 1, 1993, of heart failure at his residence. Mr. Hannock retired as superin- tendent for Container Corporation of America in Philadelphia, Pa. where he worked for 37 and a half years. He was a member of the Untied Church of Christ in Lewes, the Lewes Senior Center and the Cape Henlopen Senior Center. He also enjoyed woodworking and fishing. He is survived by his wife of 46 years, Jean E. Hannock; a son, Joseph J. Hannock of Perkiomenville, Pa.; a daughter, Nina E. Daywalt of Quakertown, Pa.; and two grandchildren. A funeral service was held Monday, Oct. 4, at the Parsell, Atkins and Lodge Funeral Home at Midway. Burial was private. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Delaware Hospice, Southern Division, Georgetown, Delaware 19947. WILLIAM T. LINDALE William Truitt Lindale, retired stonemason William Truitt Lindale, 74, of Rehoboth Beach, died Friday, Oct. 1, 1993, of heart failure at Beebe Medical Center. Lewes. Born in Wilmington, Mr. Lin- dale grew up in the Slaughter Neck area before moving to Rehoboth Beach where he lived most of his life. He was a self- employed stonemason, working for 41 years until his retirement in 1987. Among other buildings and homes, he is leaving almost 30 churches as testimony of his great talent and hard works as a stone- mason. Upon his retirement, Mr. Lin- dale helped found Silk and Sands Florist with long-time friends Gene and Sara Hastings in Rehoboth Beach. He was involved in the day-to-day opera- tion of the business until his death. Mr. Lindale was a 32nd Degree Mason with the Jefferson Lodge, Lewes, a member of the Order of the Eastern Star, and was an avid NASCAR race fan. He also loved animals. He was a member of Whites Chapel in Milton. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army in World War II when he was wounded while serving in Ger- many and France. Mr. Lindale has no immediate survivors. Memorial services will be held at 2 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 10 at Westminster Presbyterian Church, King Charles Ave., Rehoboth Beach. Burial is pri- vate. Instead of flowers, contribu- tions to the Georgetown SPCA are suggested. Arrangements by the Parsell, Atkins and Lodge Funeral Home at Midway and Lewes. Doris R. Green, Lincoln resident Doris R. Green, 68, of Cedar, Village, Lincoln, died Wednes- day, September 29, 1993, of injuries suffered in an accident on U.S. 113 about a mile north of Georgetown. Miss Green had worked in the supply area at Milford Memorial Hospital, retiring on disability several years ago. She is survived by her mother, Midred C. Green of Milton; two sisters, Jean S. Thomas of Salis- bury, Md., and Mary Jane Sam- mons of Milton; three brothers, Charles W. Green of Crisfield, Md., Glenn T. Green of Harring- ton, and Robert A. Green of Hart- ly; and a friend, Barbara Bertrand of Lincoln, who looked after her. A funeral service was held Sun- day, Oct. 3, at Short Funeral Ser- vices in Milton. Burial was at Henlopen Memorial Park, Milton. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the American Cancer Society or Delaware Hospice, Southern Division, both in Georgetown. Mabel C. Reynolds, Georgetown homemaker Mabel C. Reynolds, 67, of 201 High Schoole Avenue in George- town, died Wednesday, Septem- ber 29, 1993, of heart failure at Beebe Medical Center in Lewes after becoming ill at home. Mrs. Reynolds was a homemak- er. She is survived by her hus- band of 50 years, Leon Reynolds; three sons, Charles, Dallas and Terry, all of Milton; two daugh- ters, Joyce Paugh of Georgetown, with whom she lived, and Debbie Chorman of Millsboro; a sister, Clara Smith of Georgetown; three brothers, Martin Wells of Lewes, Paul Wells of Redden and Richard Wells of Milton; seven grandchil- dren and a great grandchild. A services was held Saturday, Oct. 2, at Short Funeral Services in Milton. Burial was in Whites Chapel Cemetery, Milton. Jack E. Lloyd, retired sign painter Jack E. Lloyd, 73, of 1140 Savannah Road, Huling Cove, Lewes, formerly of Boothwyn, Pa., died Thursday, September 30, 1993, of respiratory failure at the . home of his sister where he had been staying for the past six weeks. Mr. Lloyd retired in 1985 after 10 years as a sign painter for Penn Ship Company in Chester, Pa. He was an Army veteraan of World War II. He did oil canvas paint- ings as a hobby. He is survived by his sister, Madge M. Whiteley of Rehoboth Beach. Mass of Christian Burial was held Monday, Oct. 4, at St. Jude's Catholic Church at Five Points. Fr. Patrick Brady officiated. Bur- ial was in Henlopen Memorial Park, Milton. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Delaware Hospice, Southern Division, Georgetown, Delaware 19947. Arrangements by the Parsell, Atkins and Lodge Funeral Home and Midway and Lewes. William E. Zimmerman, accident victim William E. Zimmerman, 28, of Rehoboth Beach, died Wednes- day, Sept. 29, 1993 of injuries he sustained in an Aug. 20 automo- bile accident in which he was a passenger in a car that hit a utility pole on Sussex 298 near Mills- boro. A self-employed painting con- tractor, he was a 1983 graduate of Cape Henlopen High School where he was a member of the track team. He set a school CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 8 - October 14, 1993 - 13 record, pole vaulting 13 feet, 7 inches and was a Henlopen Con- ference champion. He is survived by his parents, Edward E. and Linda L. Zimmer- man of Denton, Mdd. and William A. and Karen Siegmund of Mil- ton; a brother, Edward D. Zim- merman of Jaimson, Pa.; two sis- ters, Rhona M. Zimmerman of Newark and Katharine L. McCourt of Moorpark, Calif.; his maternal grandparents, Ernest and Margaretta Hall of Milton, and his pate-glparents, Frank H. and Margaret Zimmerman of Mil- lville, N.J., and William A. Sieg- mund Sr. of Foley, Ala. Services were held at St. Luke's U.M. Church, Denton, Mdd. Instead of flowers, the family sug- gests contributions to MADD of Delaware, Box 3372, Wilming- ton, or St. Luke's U.M. Church memorial fund, Box 66, Denton. Hubert T. Hannagan Sr., retired superintendent Hubert T. Hannagan Sr., 76 of Bear and 24 Poplar Dr., Angola by the Bay, died Wednesday, Sept. 29, 1993 of a heart attack in St. Francis Hospital, Wilmington. Mr. Hannagan worked for the Newark water department for 25 years, retiring as superintendent eight years ago. He was an army veteran of World War II. He is survived by his wife, Bet- ty C.; two sons, H. Thomas Jr. of Wilmington and James J. of Bear; a brother, Francis of Laurel, Md.; a sister, Mary Jo Mento of Cleland Heights, Wilmington, and five grandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial was held at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Wilmington, with burial in Silverbrook Cemetery. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Ministry of Car- ing or MADD of Delaware, both of Wilmington. Madeline Murdoch Reid, retired teacher Madeline Murdoch Ried, 95, of 11 Drake Knoll, Lewes, formerly of Springfield, Pa., died Monday, Oct. 4, 1993 at Beebe Medical Centeer, Lewes of heart failure. Mrs. Reid graduated from Sim- mons College in 1120 and went on to teach high school home eco- nomics in Belmont, Mass., Peace Dale, R.I. and Philadelphia, where she retired in 1961. She was a member of Convenant Methodist Church, Springfield, Pa. and was a former member of its official board and former Sunday School department head. She also served as a Girl Scout leader. Her husband David Ried died in 1959. She is survived by two chil- dren, Carol Reid Buck of Lewes and Katherine Reid Bailey of Media, Pa.; two grandsons and one great-granddaughter. Graveside services were held at New Fernwood Cemetery, Rhode Island. 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