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Her giving heart would prompt her to clean out her refrigerator and freezer at least once a month to help someone in need.She and her husband were a great team, he would do all the heavy lifting, hauling, building, and pouring of concrete and brick laying to help a needy family.She is survived by her husband of 41 years, Donald F. Becky’s experience working in restaurant kitchens made her home a delicious place to dine. According to her niece, Becky’s fresh ground coffee was the best on the east coast. In retirement he designed and built a house in Adolphus, Ky., from the ground up with no detail left untouched by his hand. 11, at Seaford Presbyterian Church, 701 Bridgeville Hwy., Seaford. He later worked at First American Bank in Tennessee. Market St., Georgetown, where friends may call from 11 a.m. Interment will follow in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Laurel. Wayne retired from the Dupont Company in Seaford with 15 years of service.Hoover; a daughter, Dawn Ryan and husband Mark of Laurel; stepdaughters, Donna Hungerford and husband Bobby of Dover and Micki Taylor and husband Steve of Seaford; grandchildren, Adam Ryan, Jacob Ryan, Shawn Heller, Jeffrey Taylor and Brian Taylor; great-grandchildren, Emily, Kayla and Brandon; brothers, William Layfield and Clark Layfield and wife Karen, all of Delmar; and a sister, Agnes Truitt of Seaford. Undoubtedly, Becky’s favorite place on earth was Green Turtle Cay in the Bahamas, which is evident from the bumper stickers on her cars to the pictures throughout her home, but most of all, in Becky’s choice of her final resting place. He often used his talents and volunteered his time to help relatives, friends, and others. Wage is survived by his wife of 50 years, Virginia Wage; his daughter, Kathleen Wage of Springfield, Va. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Delaware Food Bank, the American Red Cross, or Toys for Tots. “Jim” Wage, 87, of Seaford, passed away on Monday, Oct. Throughout his life, Jim always had a project going. He then opened several stores selling coins, jewelry, stamps and sports memorabilia.In her younger days, she worked at Sears and Roebuck in Seaford before going back to school to fulfill her dreams of becoming a nurse. Becky then spent a year working in Florida before returning to the Rehoboth-Lewes area, eventually building a home on Johnson Road near Indian Mission where she met her late husband, Harry Schellenger of Lewes. In 2006, she started and managed an instantly popular cageless boarding facility at her home known as The Good Dog Inn. Williams St., Bridgeville, where friends may call from 10 to 11. Arrangements are in the care of Parsell Funeral Homes & Crematorium, Hardesty Chapel, Bridgeville. “Jim” Wage, 87, of Seaford, passed away on Monday, Oct. Throughout his life, Jim always had a project going. He graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a bachelor’s degree in finance in 1972. on May 26, 1941, son of the late Jesse Hitchens and Phyllis (Mc Donald) Hitchens.After earning her degree as an RN, she worked many years at Deer’s Head Center until her retirement. She loved to travel and, with her husband, Don they were fortunate enough to visit all 50 states. The business continues to be successful today under the ownership and direction of Becky’s longtime friend, Crystal Choplick. She and close friends, Molly Lewis and Kim Ray spent countless hours riding their horses along the ditch banks and field edges just west of Bridgeville. Please visit Becky’s life memorial webpage and sign her online guestbook at He built or rebuilt homes, cars, campers, lawnmowers, and telescopes. Jim spent the majority of his career working for GMAC in Maryland, Florida, Colorado and Tennessee. Hitchens, 76, of Millsboro, and formerly of Clarksville and Seaford, went home to be with the Lord on Saturday, Oct. Wayne proudly served his country in the United States Air Force from 1961-1965 during the Vietnam War.She had a heart for children’s ministry, taught Sunday school for over 47 years, taught drama class, and designed costumes for many biblical plays.She and her dearest friend Miss Betty Walker would pray around the clock and had many ministry adventures together.
They had their 50th wedding anniversary in Israel, where Pastor John Hobbs remarried them in the Upper Room.Petersburg, Fla.; his brother-in-law, Frank Wolf of Stockton, Md.; and many nieces and nephews. John James Deiter -- John James Deiter, 75, of Georgetown, passed away peacefully at Atlantic General Hospital in Berlin, Md., on Friday, Oct. He is survived by his wife, Gretchen Deiter; children, John J. Wayne was an avid collector of many things but his favorite item was rare coins. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions in Wayne’s name to the Father’s House, 30752 Omar Rd., Frankford, DE 19945. Kay Dickerson Mills -- Kay Dickerson Mills, 77, of Seaford (formerly of Laurel), wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, went to be with her Lord Jesus on Sunday, Oct.In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his sisters, Elizabeth Phillips, Mary Quesenberry, and Agnes Wolf and his brother, William Wage. He would sit in his comfy chair for hours with his glasses slid down to the tip of his nose just looking through old coins, stamps and sports cards. 29, 2017, at home surrounded by her family following a courageous battle with cancer. 21, 1939 in Sharptown, Md., she was the daughter of the late William James Dickerson and Mattie Elizabeth Dickerson.Mills; two daughters, Terri Heath and husband Arlie of Honeybrooke Pa.and Susan Messick and husband Kirk of Seaford; six grandchildren, Jessica Jones, Ashley Dengler, Sarah Jones, Emily Messick, Shauna Mc Allister and David Jones; eight great-grandchildren, Brooke Jones, Taylor Jones, Sophie Jones, Caleb Howard Dengler, Jayden Mc Allister, Noah, Madelyn and Brody Mc Allister; one sister, Carol D. 3, at Hannigan, Short, Disharoon Funeral Home in Laurel.