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Cape Gazette NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21- MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2014 31 Obituaries )) Continued from page 29 friends, Marsha's greatest love was community theater. She was a common fixture in lead roles in such plays as "Picnic," "Damn Yankees," "Never Too Late," "Hello Dolly," "My Fair Lady," and many oth- ers. She also directed sev- eral plays to include "Cac- tus Flower." Most recently Marsha Davis she was cast in a short film titled, "Interview, 7PM" that was selected for play at this year's Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival. She loved travelling with her cherished husband Roy and they visited a number of countries to include Turkey, Greece, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Mexi- co, Panama and Peru. In the last few years Marsha was devoted to many local char- ities and community service organizations to include St. Pe- ter's Episcopal Church Outreach Committee, The Lightship Over- falls Foundation, The Village, a founding member of the Pink Affair to Remember, the Lewes Zoning Board and the Lewes Public Library. Marsha is survived by her three children, John Moore and his wife Amanda, Susan Parobek and her husband Jim, and Katie Moore-Hughes and her husband Mark; two stepdaughters, Tam- my Raetz and Heather Davis; 11 grandchildren, Emily, Beth, and Abbie Raetz, Stephan and Alex Parobek, Courtney, Abbie, and Tessa Moore, Jennifer Moore Deamos, Sara and Laura Hughes; and two great-grandchildren; Becca and Anna Deamos. She is also survived by her sister, Mary Beth Morgan; her nieces, ]anice Perdion and Ann Rawlins; as well as two stepbrothers, Charles and Richard Gerhardt. A Memorial Service will be held at St. Peter's Episcopal Church, 211 Mulberry St., Lewes, Saturday, Nov. 22, at 11 a.m., with interment in Circleville at her family plot at a later date. Ar- rangements are being handled by Parsell Funeral Homes & Crematorium, Lewes. The family asks in lieu of flow- ers remembrances be sent to any of the organizations mentioned above. Catherine L. Harmon, ordained minister C, Harmon Catherine Louise Har- mon, 70, of Milton, was born April 20, 1944, in Wil- liamsville. She was the daughter of Pastor Louise Bolton Wil- liams and the late Hermon W. was married to Leon Harmon for and her church family. The legacy that she leaves be- Thomas. Catherine departed this over 30 years. In addition to her father she hind has touched so many lives. life to enter her heavenly home Catherine was a faithful was preceded in death by her She leaves to cherish her mem- Friday, Nov. 7, 2014. and dedicated member of St. grandmother Letha Sturgis, and ory her loving husband Leon Catherine graduated from Wil- Matthew's Baptist Church in two brothers, Robbie Thomas Harmon ]r.; her loving mother liam C. Jason High School in Bishopville, Md., where she was and ]aphus Cannon. Pastor Louise Bolton Williams; Georgetown. Catherine worked ordained as a minister in 2011. Catherine was a loving and three daughters, Lisa Bolden, as a USDA inspector, Stockley She was also a missionary at her caring person who sought to see Continued on page 32 Center and home health aide. She church, and she loved the Lord the best in everyone. Join Our Buy Local Rewards Program on Your New or Matured Community Bank Delaware LEWES & REHOBOTH 302-226"3333. COMMUNITYBANKDELAWARE,COM