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Cape Gazette NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7- MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2014 27 tte mmm -(OTOS luring ~hanie ~HOTOS for la- Lst ld ly I ~S old- . This 'otato . re- ;e 107 Obituaries )) Barbara L. Jester-Boyle, free spirit Barbara L. "B0bbi" lester- Boyle, 62, of Milford suddenly departed this earth and was wel- comed into heaven Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014. She was born in Elmer, NJ., the daughter of the late Lou and Liz Tomlinson. Bobbi was a caring, free spirit who left a special impression on everyone she met, whether family, friend or complete stranger. She is now reunited with her late husband, Jim Boyle, as they can once again work on their dance steps. Ms. ]ester- Boyle was retired from Baltimore Air Coil in B. Jester-Boyle Milford and Verizon in Dover and currently worked for the Delaware Division of Social Services. She als0 owned and operated the Nature Trail, a Mil- ford health food store and was an accomplished reflexologist. More than anything, Bobbi loved and adored her family. She is survived by her son: A.]. Jester and his fiancee Tina Warren; daughter: Tammy Thomas and her husband Scott; and stepsons: Mark Boyle and his wife Berna- dette, and ]effBoyle. In addition, she is survived by her grandchil- dren whom she cherished: Ethan, Eva, Brendan, Brent, Brenden, Kaylee, Alex, Gabby, Dane, An- drew and Tommy. She also loved her dogs: Buck, Sammy, Dillon, ]ake and Niko, and cats: Nexi and Fuzzy. A memorial service and cel- ebration of Bobbi will be held from 1 to 4 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 9, at Irish Eyes Restaurant, 213 Anglers Road, Lewes. In lieu of flowers, please send a donation to the Delaware SPCA at www. or-gifts. Arrangements in care of Berry-Short Funeral Home, Milford. William B. Warden Sr., truck driver William B. "Bill" Warden Sr. of Dagsboro passed away Sun- day, Nov. 2, 2014, at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salis- bury, Md. Bill was born Aug. 23, 1947, to the late Violet and George Warden. Bill was a truck driver for Mountaire Farms and Perdue Farms. Bill served in the Marines. Bill loved to hunt and ride the four-wheeler. Bill is survived by his lovely wife of 20 years, Inez Warden. Also by his children, Steven Warden of Elkton, Md., William Warden Jr. of Seaford, Michelle Thomas of Aspen, Pa., Jennifer Warden-Bozman of Seaford, Ty- ann Wescott of Millsboro, and Crystal Wescott Of Dagsboro; his brothers Ray Warden of Front Royal, Va., and Curtis Warden of Dublin, Va.; his sisters Etoise Webb of Front Royal, Kay Utter- back of HiUsbill, Va., and Beatrice Irwin of Olympia, Wash.; and 15 grandchildren. The viewing will be held from 2 to 4 p.m., Friday, Nov. 7, at Watson Funeral Home, 211 S. Washington St., Millsboro. LeRoy Matthews Sr., ordained deacon Deacon LeRoy Matthews Sr., 89, of Frankford departed this earthly life to be with the Lord Friday, Oct. 31, 2014. Born Sunday, Sept. 6,1925, in Lanes (Williams- burg County), S,C., he was one of four children born to the late William and Louise Davis Mat- thews. LeRoy received his education in the North Hampton (Lane South) County Public School System. On May 14, 1943, at the young age of 18, he was inducted and served in the U.S. Army in Richmond, Va. His military training began in Fort Bragg, To: OC, DC, NYC, BWI, JFK, PHL, etc. ALL Airport ;, Train St ci0 , , Stadlu s & venue Chauffeured Cars, Vans, Buses Real Transportation to take yo c T r USDOT certified / Heavily Insured 302.227. I 197 Original Since 1970 N.C. While on this journey, he was able to travel around the world. He was a World War II veteran who received many awards and declara- LeRoy Marthews tions such as the EAME Ser- vice Medal with three bronze stars: the APT Service Medal; Phillippine Liberation Medal; Good Conduct Medal; World War II Victory Medal; and the Meritorious Unit Award. Upon returning to the USA as a techni- cian fifth grade, he received an honorable discharge with this rank, in the 3281 Quartermaster Service Company, u.s. Army, with honest and faithful service to his country. After his return home in 1950, he relocated to Delaware and married his wife, the late Evangelist Minnie Lola Snead Matthews. From this union they were blessed with six children. In 1960 both LeRoy and his wife Minnie joined Calvary Pentecos- tal Church in Bishopville, Md., and served diligently under the leadership and tutelage of Bishop Willie G. Dukes. Because of his diligence and dedication, LeRoy became an ordained deacon in 1962, and yet served in unlimited capacities with the church, some which include: maintenance man, bus driver, vending ma- chine operator, drummer, Senior Usher Board member, and the Maryland State Choir. Deacon Matthews served as chairman of the Deacons Board, and re- mained faithful. In addition to his parents, Le- roy is preceded in death by his first wife, Evangelist Minnie L. Matthews; two children, Trustee Terry Matthews and Machelle Conquest; one granddaughter, Cassandra Cottingham; and also three siblings: Lewis, Emma and Louise. He leaves to cherish his mem- ory his wife of 20 years, Jannie Hammond Matthews of Frank- ford; one daughter, Norma Deal of Memphis, Tenn.; three sons, Pastor Alfonso (Willis) Matthews of Delmar, Md., LeRoy (Geral- dine) Matthews Jr, of Dagsboro, and Gary (Tan&a) Matthews Sr. of Frankford; and another daugh- ter-in-law loyce Matthews Tingle of Bishopville; 16 grandchildren; 31 great-grandchildren; and four great-great-grandchildren. Deacon LeRoy also leaves to Continued on page 29 Arches DOWNTOWN REHOBOTH BEACH CHOCOLATES FUDGE. ICE C AM BUYI: ,", :!,,, ; ..... ,'?:i