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.I Obituaries Joe N. "Jody" Mckinnie, retired poultry worker Joe Nathan "Jody" Mckinnie, 72, of Milton died Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2006, in Beebe Medical Center, Lewes. Mr. Mckinnie was born Oct. 4, 1934, in Quitman, Ga., son of the late Frank and Lula McKinnie. He was the fifth child of 11. Mr. Mckinnie attended public schools in Quitinan. He married Eula Morrison on Feb. !8, 1956, and they had 10 children. Mr. Mckinnie moved his family to Delaware in 1959 and worked at Draper Canning Co. for 17 years and at Paramount/Cargill for 10 years until he became unable to work. He was a dedicat- ed worker, always striing for excellence in all that he did. He was a proud provider for his fam- ily and ensured their needs and wants were met. He is survived by his wife, Eula Mckinnie; five children, Joe Mckinnie Jr. of Brawley, Calif., Patricia Lewis of Milton, Michelle George of Elk Grove, Calif., Eddie Mckinnie of Sacramento, Calif. and Roxanne Mckinnie of Milton; three broth- ers, Arthur Lee Mckinnie and Charles Mckinnie, both of Quitman and Sylvester Mckinnie of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; five sis- ters, Alice Roundtree, Viola Griffin and Mary Griffin, all of Quitman, AriUa Frazier of West Palm Beach, Fla. and Sarah Mosley of St. Petersburg, Fla.; two sons-in-law, Vincent Lewis of Milton and Steve George of Elk Grove; a daughter-in-law, Donae Mckinnie of Sacramento; 12 grandchildren, Tianna Mckinnie- Holmes, Ishiya Mckinnie, Christen Lewis, Faith Mckinnie, Vincent Lewis Jr., James Mckinnie, Murdock Mckinnie, Jamal Mckinnie, Phillip Lewis, Shanell Mckinnie, Chancelor McKinnie and Jody McKinnie; four great-grandchildren, Nyree Holmes, Jasymine Lewis, Ericson Willey and Malaki Lewis; two sis- ters-in-law, Ann Burgess and Christine Stuckey; and a brother- in-law, Robert Burgess; a host of nieces, nephews and friends; and a special family friend, Mary Williams of Milton. Services will be 11 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 16, in Mount Zion Holy Church, 325 Front St., Milton, where friends may call one hour earlier. Burial will be in Milford Community Cemetery. Arrangements by Bennie Smith Funeral Home, Milford. Elizabeth"Lib" Mahoney, Annapolis matriarch "Life might not be the party we hoped for, so while we are here, we might as well dance." Lib Mahoney danced until 7:30 p.m., Oct. 27, 2006. She passed away at her home in Annapolis, Md., surrounded by her family after a brief illness. CAPE GAZETTE - Tuesday, November 14 - Thursday, November 16, 2006 - 15 Born in Baltimore, Md. in She leaves behind four children, Mildred J. Carter, 1913, Lib became ill at the age of Patrick H. of Baltimore, Michael U.S. Navy veteran six months. She stopped eating L. of Wallitagford, Pa., Terry and was wasting away. The doc- Longeway of Chestertown, Md. Mildred J. "Millle" Carter, 64, tors were at a loss and advised her and Timothy C. and his wife of Lewes, died Monday, Nov. 6, parents to take her to Lewes, Nancy L. and number 11 grandson 2006, at Peninsula Regional Where a young physician named Corey T. of Rehoboth Beach; 11 Medical Cent, Salisbury, Md. Mrs. Carter was born in Dr. Beebe was having success in grandchildren; 13 great-grandchil- eating this disorder. He boiled dren; and many frielads, old and Philadelphia to the late Emil and grain and fed babies the broth. He young. Mildred Magnen Cloud. saved her life. The disorder? She will be missed. Continued on page 16 Lactose intolerance. One of her last meals was a big bowl of vanilla ice cream. She had a way of beating the odds. Ste attended Western Maryland --.-X l)_., COME ONE...COME ALL ,{J'-) College in the 1930s. Married in 71 ,3rd Annual, , IV 1937, she moved to Annapolis and raised her family there. / I (471//f//H/ _JjaF/]cJ/vt/fg ;J/al I The family spent the month of [ l-, NO CHARGE - FREE I ! August in Bethany Beach every x Sunday, Novemb(r 19, 2006 from 4 - 7 pm-J' year and at least once a summer visited the Rehoboth boardwalk, 900e00ertan Churda where three generations of Mahoney's "rode the boats" and 133 Kings Highway rides at Funland. Corner of Kings Highway & Franklin Street In 1994, her son Tim opened an Lewes, DE antique and consignment shop on Rehoboth Avenue called Don't Be Cold this Winter! "STUFF." Lib drove from Free coats & sweaters will be distributed Annapolis Once a week (at age 81) Adult & Children's Sizes to help work the shop. She loved that business. She said, "I love to Friends & Neighbors Invited!!! see people find something they BUS SCHEDULE: remember from their childhood."  , 5 pm ptckup at Cheer Center  "People still ask me about that S. Bedford St. & Rt. 113, Georgetown wonderful lady they met at 5:45 pm pickup at Rehoboth Beach YMCA STUFF 10 years ago," said Tim. The bus will bring LPC guests back to the "If you met her, you remembered originalptck-up stop after the meal. her. She was preceded in death by t Please call 302-645-5345 for further information ! her husband Pat, who died in   =1  '', 1976; and her granddaughter Caity, who died in 1997. OPEN" HOUSE Thursday. November 16th 12 Noon to 7pm (Ribbon Cutting at Noon) Refreshments. will be 00.rved by (teorgla howe) Jack Lingo has been a well known name in Real Estate since 1969. Serving residential and commercial rentals and sales. Lingo is a name you can trust in Real Estate. Proudly Announcing the .Opening, of our MILLSBORO OITICE 234 West DuPont Hwy IMIIsboro. DE (502) 934-3970