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Paper straws are just one of the sustainable and environmentally friendly choices the Motor Supply team aim their efforts at. The team recycles paper menus as coasters, use biodegradable to-go containers and repurpose every bit of the produce and ingredients that come to the kitchen or land behind the bar. Not only do some say drinks taste better through paper straws, but it feels better too, to know changes are being made to better the environment without compromising taste or originality.

Head Barman Josh Streetman has launched a cocktail list that's bringing skeptics over to the shark side. Check them out while supplies last. The bourbon was a hit among customers — Motor Supply went through the equivalent of bottles of the year-old whiskey in 4 short months. The team knew that the special bourbon barrel had a longer lifespan, and in an effort to preserve every last bit the team decided to repurpose its use. This is our first collaboration with the Columbia-based micro-brewery. The beer-aging process began in early April to give the beer 6 to 8 weeks to pick up bourbon notes from the wooden barrel.

Brandon created a high-rye mash almost identical to the mash bill used by Wild Turkey in their bourbon distilling process. The beer went through a one barrel pilot system to create a small-batch ale of about 50 gallons. It hits your tongue up front but finishes like a nice, smooth, clean beer. After nearly 8 weeks in the barrel, the team is excited to share their collaboration with Columbia. Get ready to shake your tail feather for your new favorite summer beer! In , Wild Turkey sent three sample-sized vessels of bourbon selections for our team to taste.

This single-batch barrel of Russells Reserve was aged in rickhouse B on rack 6. The restaurant was filled with a group of whiskey-lovers and foodies from Columbia SC and beyond for an intimate dining experience with Chef Wes creating five farm-to-fork courses, each paired with a signature Wild Turkey cocktail mixed by Josh. This time, rather than bringing the barrels to Columbia we took our team to the barrels.

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Lead by Master Distiller Eddie Russells, the crew taste tested distinctive bourbons straight from the barrel. When it comes to the craft, Wild Turkey uses the same mash bill of special non-GMO corn, rye and barley malt for the bourbon distilling process.

The only changes that deviate tradition are the barrel types and location within the rick houses. Chuck recalls his walk through the storing rooms as being an eye-opening learning process. Each member walked away with knew knowledge and an even greater appreciation of the distilling process and the detail that goes into the craft at Wild Turkey.

With a little help from Master Distiller Eddie Russell, the team picked the last out of six barrels sampled. Surprisingly, the barrels were chosen from the same floor of different rick houses. It has become trendier over the past few years and a staple in Southern restaurants and bars. The family traditions and love of the craft passed down from Jimmy to Eddie Russell resonated with the Motor Supply team. Head to Motor Supply and visit Josh at the bar to taste the new bourbon for yourself — and maybe hear a story or two.

Let us know what you think and tag your bourbon-tasting pics on social media using MotorSupply or tagging MotorSupply. A week centered around this classic cocktail all started in an effort to raise money for charitable causes around the world. What is a Negroni, you may ask? The ruby red cocktail consists of three ingredients — Campari, gin and vermouth — generally poured in equal parts over ice and garnished with an orange peel.

Josh is crafting three different variations of the cocktail with hopes that anyone can find a suiter, even first-time Negroni sippers. The smooth and balanced cocktail makes for an easy sipper over dinner or alongside a cheeseboard. The Strawberry in Silver is a white Negroni which gets its color entirely from the strawberry-infused Suze [a French liqueur made from gentian root].

In an on-going effort to incorporate local ingredients into the cocktail program, Josh is using strawberries from Lever Farms in Pomaria, S. We appreciate your support in raising funds for Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands and hope to see you June Friendly's, The War Mouth, Cantina 76 and more. The two drinks were a hit — guests went through ten gallons of cocktails in 2. Check out his demo on our Facebook page and see the recipe below. Sprinkle salt evenly over the whole side.

Next massage the bourbon into the flesh of the salmon, then apply the citrus zest and juice. Be sure to use all of the cure and pack it down with your hands.

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Place in a tray or baking dish and refrigerate for hours. Load smoker with wood chips and smoke at degrees for 15 min. Let cool and refrigerate for 45 min to an hour before serving. Masters week — it's more than green jackets, egg salad sandwiches and world-class golfers. It's a time for our region to shine as thousands flock to the Southeast, many choosing Columbia as their home-base.

Executive Chef Wes Fulmer will have a week-long Masters menu available April , showcasing some of his classic dishes along with a few extra special menu items. Check it out and make your reservations here. Check it out Feb. The restaurant was filled with laughter and cheers of whiskey enthusiasts. Chef Wes Fulmer prepped a five-course dining experience with cocktail pairings by Josh Streetman. Jimmy and Eddie Russell greeted each guest throughout the night, and some stuck around to have their menu signed by the whiskey-making gurus.

Thank you to all who joined us to make this a remarkable evening. Check out the photos from this event below. As this year comes to an end, we wanted to share some of our team's highlights from Thank you all for another wonderful year and cheers to ! Head Barman Josh Streetman crafted seven signature cocktails for the event filled with 1, soda citizens.

We loved seeing our community come together for a cause! Chef Wes prepped five stellar courses , each with its own cocktail pairing by Josh. Some guests even took home their own bottle of the Motor Supply barrel select of Russell's Reserve. One of the most awe-inspiring moments of the year. We hosted an intimate group of eclipse viewers for a prix-fixe lunch during this celestial spectacle. Guests flowed freely from the restaurant to our parking lot to watch the eclipse while our staff ended up watching from the rooftop!

Can we do that again?! Check out the menu below and make reservations by calling Our team is prepping for the upcoming Distillers' Dinner ft. Dine and sip amongst an intimate group of slow food enthusiasts over five courses by executive chef Wes Fulmer and cocktail pairings by head barman Josh Streetman. Bistro in downtown Columbia, S. Learn more about the Wild Turkey Distillers Dinner here: Slow Food enthusiasts and cocktail aficionados will dine and imbibe with 40 like-minded citizens at Motor Supply over a five-course meal prepared by executive chef Wes Fulmer.

Each course will be paired with an imaginative cocktail mixed with select Wild Turkey bourbons by head barman Josh Streetman. The opening cocktail will feature the house-selected single batch bourbon that was handpicked earlier this year by the Motor Supply team. The locally-owned eatery has become a leader in the farm-to-fork food scene in vibrant Columbia, S. Find out more about Motor Supply at http: Earlier in , Motor Supply became the first restaurant of the year in South Carolina to hand-select and name a customized Wild Turkey barrel.

Bourbon enthusiasts may know that the rack number can affect the product due to temperature changes — the lower racks have lower temperatures. This unique bourbon will be available for a limited time, only at Motor Supply. Master Distillers Jimmy and Eddie Russell, a father-son duo, will attend the Distillers Dinner at Motor Supply, allowing guests to mingle with two of the most decorated whiskey-making experts in the world. Jimmy Russell is the longest-tenured active Master Distiller in the global spirits industry, dubbed the "Buddha of Bourbon" and the "Master Distiller's Master Distiller.

Learn more at http: Known for its artisan cocktails, refined yet relaxed atmosphere and daily-changing, chef-driven menu of sustainable, farm-to-table fare, Motor Supply Co. Bistro has been serving New World, made-from-scratch cuisine in the historic Columbia, S. Congaree Vista since A new, temperature-controlled outdoor patio features tables made from reclaimed, N. Master Distillers Jimmy and Eddie Russell will be present at the event.

Whether you're a bourbon connoisseur or not, the Wild Turkey Distiller's Dinner at Motor Supply will be a remarkable evening of sustainable foods and strong libations. As thousands of foodies flood the streets of Greenville for a weekend full of sounds, sips and tastes, the team at Motor Supply prepare for participation in Euphoria events all weekend long. Head Barman Josh Streetman is also prepping for another appearance — a bar takeover at Cantina 76 Greenville. Euphoria attendees are encouraged to drop by before dinner events begin to mingle and sip with other like-minded food and beverage aficionados.

Known for their handcrafted margaritas, Cantina 76 is excited to integrate specialty Milagro cocktails into their happy hour event during the high-energy weekend. For those who are in the Greenville area during Euphoria weekend, drop by the Motor Supply bar takeover at Cantina 76 from 5: Read more about this event here.

Dove Milagro Silver, Maraschino, grapefruit liquor, and lime. With the sweltering summer heat winding down and the first cool breezes of fall whistling through the trees, what better way to see off another RealColumbiSC summer than a daiquiri? During the month of September, our head barman, Joshua Streetman, will be whipping up daiquiris guaranteed to make a splash for any occasion.

They will be posting articles detailing its heritage and its role in cocktail culture both past and present alongside interviews with world-renowned mixologists and recipes featuring classic daiquiris with a twist. When creating a variation, I thought it would be fun to incorporate a bit of heat that would not over complicate this classic, easy sipper.

Bistro in Columbia, South Carolina, has been chosen to serve as one of two S. Guests will break bread with an elite lineup of chefs while overlooking the Reedy River, sharing a family-style meal that highlights locally grown ingredients. Public House in Greenville, S.

Proceeds from Euphoria Greenville will fund Local Boys Do Good, a c 3 organization created to benefit local nonprofits. A prime mover in the progressive upscale dining scene in Columbia, S. Bistro has been serving New World, made-from-scratch cuisine in the historic Congaree Vista district since A new, temperature-controlled outdoor patio features tables made from reclaimed, North Carolina barn wood, roll-up garage doors and original, vintage brick.

As the total solar eclipse draws near, Columbia, S. Bistro is hosting a sold-out luxe luncheon under the twilight afternoon. The open bar will feature specialty cocktails — including 'Shade of the Moon' and 'Sunglasses at Night' — select beers and wines by the glass, and house mixed drinks.

While guests will be provided table seating and valet parking, they are free to move between the dinning room and the viewing area to enjoy the partial eclipse and totality at 2: Free, certified eclipse glasses will be given to all patrons, courtesy of the City of Columbia S. Chef Fulmer and his team are proud to present a menu featuring local ingredients from more than a dozen farms throughout the region. The buffet will feature a slow-roasted suckling pig from Carolina Heritage Farms with Watsonia Farms green cabbage and fennel slaw; carved New York strip; house-cured and bourbon-smoked Atlantic salmon; a raw bar featuring oysters on the half shell; S.

Plan to stick around and explore the walkable Vista district after the eclipse, one of Columbia S. Heavy traffic is anticipated throughout the region, but many interest points are within walking distance to Motor Supply — including public art, the S. State House and local shopping. A native of Prosperity, S. Bistro in Columbia, S. June 22, at 7 p. Fulmer notes that the dish is something of an homage to the homegrown chicken and dumplings recipes prepared by grandmothers across the Midlands for decades.

Bistro is renowned throughout South Carolina for its New World, made-from-scratch cuisine, award-winning cocktail program, high-quality service and casual atmosphere. C farms and producers. Almost everything is made in-house by Fulmer and his culinary team, including sous chefs Nick Rodriguez and Javier Salazar and day chef Gloria Hopkins. Read more about Motor Supply here: The weekend-long, self-guided tour takes place Sat.

June 24 and Sun. Learn more about the event at http: View the menu below and make reservations by calling or clicking here. Roasted butternut squash, Wadmalaw butterbeans, grana padano, spiced pumpkin seeds, walnut citrus vinaigrette. Cabin Branch baby fennel, pistachio, local arugula, cured egg yolk, bourbon apple butter, vanilla cider vinaigrette. Belgian endive, Mindoro blue cheese, crispy duck skin, shaved red onion, Spanish dates, Banyuls drizzle. Kabocha Squash, salted pecans, ice wine jelly, pomegranate citrus compote, -8 gastrique, Heather's brioche. Jimmy Red cornbread puree, house-cured guanciale, piquillo peppers, local black-eyed peas, popcorn powder.

Pan-roasted turnips, house chorizo, braised escarole, broccolini, lamb sweetbreads, saffron vinaigrette. Allen Benton's country ham, Carolina Gold rice "grits," baby carrots and sweet pea ragout, rabbit demi. It's that time of year — you're either planning a holiday gathering or recovering from one — or both. Rinse the rutabagas under cold water. Place the pieces in a medium sauce pot, cover with water, and cook for about 30 to 45 min until tender all the way through, but not falling apart.

Strain, place on a cooking sheet, and place in a degree oven for about 8 minutes. Put in a bowl with butter, and with a potato masher, gently break up until it starts to resemble dry mashed potatoes. Add heavy cream and season with salt and pepper to your liking. Bring 2 gallons of salted water to a boil. Immediately transfer to an ice bath to cool completely and pat dry. Strain the jowl, reserving the fat. Tuning up the heat to medium, add the jowl fat and Brussels sprouts, then the jowl and chili flakes. Season to taste before serving. Preheat oven to degrees. Rub the leg with olive oil and apply salt, pepper and half of the chopped herbs.

Rub once more with olive oil and transfer to a roasting pan with a rack. Roast in the oven at degrees for about 45 minutes to 1 hour until internal temperature reaches degrees. Take out of oven and out of roasting pan to let rest for 30 minutes. Add cranberries to the drippings in the roasting pan and put back in oven for about 20 minutes. Deglaze drippings with red wine and sherry vinegar, scraping the fond on the bottom of pan. Reduce to thicken and finish with butter. Music and laughter surround you.

Glasses are filled with great wine and craft beer. Do you have your tickets yet? Bistro is one of more than 30 local restaurants participating in Restaurant Week Columbia, Thursday, October 13 through Sunday, October 23, Motor Supply will offer diners a set dinner menu Oct. Duck Leg Confit" with Honeycrisp apple butter, Edisto piccolo farro and apple bourbon agro dolce. View fellow participating restaurants on Restaurant Week Columbia's website. Bistro will participate for the first time in two regional food festivals in fall of Chef Fulmer is one of 12 esteemed chefs from the Southeast who will showcase his skills in a live cooking demonstration at the event, where ticketholders can onlook the crafting of culinary dishes in real time.

Asheville Wine and Food Festival is in its eighth year, annually attracting more than 5, wine and food aficionados to the three-day span of signature events. Grand Tasting tickets are available online at http: At the tenth annual Euphoria Greenville — a four-day ticketed event for food, drink and music fans in Greenville, S. Chef Fulmer will cook on-site and prepare samples for attendees alongside Sous Chef Curtis Clark, while Head Barman Josh Streetman will concoct handcrafted cocktail samples to compliment the small bites. Other activities at Feast By The Field include craft beer gardens, artisan markets and cooking demos.

Tickets are available online at http: Reservations are recommended and can be made online or by calling A cult-favorite event among foodies and curious culinary novices alike, Harvest Week is an annual celebration of Motor Supply Co. The weeklong festivities strive to bring awareness to the value of small, local and sustainable Midlands farms, while creating enticing, limited-edition dishes for attendees. Bistro will celebrate summer in Columbia by honoring local farms during the savory, signature annual food event, Harvest Week at Motor Supply, June , The Midlands community is invited to join the farm-to-fork restaurant and 14 local, sustainable farms from across the Midlands for Harvest Week, Tuesday through Sunday, June ; featuring a limited-edition, hyper-local dinner menu each evening by executive chef Wes Fulmer and a markedly innovative cocktail list by head barman Josh Streetman.

Root — who travels the world in search of the finest farmer-produced wines — has been working with Chef Fulmer to curate a wine tasting that will best complement the Harvest Week dinner menu. Grassroots Wine will be featured on the Harvest Week dinner menu throughout the week in recommended pairings, courtesy of Root and Stephanie Heikila, general manager and wine director at Motor Supply. Chef Fulmer will present a Harvest Week menu with locally-sourced ingredients from more than a dozen sustainable Midlands farms and local purveyors — constructed with advanced culinary techniques honed under James Beard award-winning chefs — available each night, June Reservations recommended; dishes subject to change.

Carolina Heritage Farms pork belly agnolotti with local sweet peas, charred green okra, grape tomatoes, shaved Grana Padano, smoked ham hock broth [first course]. Stuffed rabbit with Silver Queen corn pudding, house prosciutto, local boiled peanut succotash, S. Local arugula, Lever Farms strawberries, Trail Ridge Farms goat feta, Celia's cherry belle radish and roasted baby beets, smoked almonds, pickled green strawberry vinaigrette [salad].

Watsonia Farms kale, house Guanciale, local butterbeans, Grana Padano, truffle caper vinaigrette, Wil-Moore Farms slow cooked egg, crispy Palmetto sweet onions [salad]. West Ridge Farms grass-fed carpaccio with charred green garlic, roasted turnips, local arugula, horseradish, ice wine vinegar [first course]. The chefs got a fresh take on utilizing the best parts of the animal, making choice cuts of the freshest meats, while discovering how to make the most of each cut both on the plate and on the bottom line.

You re-learn these things, and it gives you perspective and revitalizes you as a chef. Some of the whole-animal butchering included beef, pork and poultry including chicken and duck ; whole lamb and leg of veal. Now I know in which areas I can improve. Now I can go beyond this level into the next stage of charcuterie making. Pauvert began his apprenticeship at age 14 and became a master butcher at age After a period of extensive traveling, Pauvert moved to the United States in , settling in Philadelphia where he owned a succession of well-received butcher shops and gourmet shops.

Butchering in France is not something that is taught in schools but as part of a long and arduous apprenticeship that culminates in a rigorous weeklong examination that begins, critically, with the selection of a live animal. In-house butchery operations such as the one Pauvert heads up at the Four Seasons are still not the rule in the industry, where most restaurants purchase meat that has already been broken down into subprimal cuts, an intermediate step between the larger primal cuts and individual portions.

But the practice of working with large cuts and even whole animals is on the increase. Cutting along the seams of muscles, as opposed to the widespread industry practice of cutting through them, is the hallmark of seam butchery as well as the French-style butchery that Pauvert has brought to the Four Seasons. Anyone who knows Sullivan knows his lifelong passion for culinary arts and charcuterie. Known to his friends as Sully or the Reverend, Michael is a graduate of Culinary Institute of America and spent time at various chef positions before landing at Blackberry Farm as Butcher and Charcutier for ten years, where he could indulge his deep-rooted love of all things cured.

While at Blackberry Farm, Sullivan began working at Cochon and spent 5 years on the road with the tour, working with chefs and farmers across the country. Like an old fashioned circuit preacher, the Reverend Sully travels spreading the gospel of Black Angus Beef and pork. At Passion 8, we love food.

And food created with passion is the best way to celebrate this life. We are dedicated to creating an atmosphere that is both inviting and tranquil in which to dwell on what is really essential. Our devotion to exceptional quality from local producers is what we believe creates exquisite dishes and ultimately a better world.

Our daily dinner menu offers an opportunity to consistently create dishes that are at peak freshness with a focus on showcasing the highest quality ingredients at any given time. Much of the produce we select is grown locally in keeping with our vision to emulate the great European tradition of hospitality- both on the plate and in the glass. Chef Luca Annunziata and his wife and partner Jessica have been a front runners in the Charlotte NC culinary community, helping to bring together the talent of area chefs and farmers. He is a founding member and on the board of the Piedmont Culinary Guild.

Chef Luca and the team at Passion 8 are happy to collaborate with the staff at Central Piedmont Community College in presenting this workshop. Chef-driven restaurant takes part in returning annual Midlands Food Alliance event. Each of the participating farms will provide a unique experience for guests — ranging from interactions with animals to in-depth looks at growing processes.

Folks will visit nine sustainable farms, small purveyors and local wineries throughout the day: For more information and to purchase tickets, visit http: MFA members believe a resilient local food system ensures all residents have access to healthy and affordable food produced with dignity for food and farm workers while protecting our environment and providing a healthy and sustainable living for farmers. We're teeing off the Masters Tournament in Augusta, Ga. Bistro here in Columbia, S. One of the most prominent culinary historians in the country, Dr. Shields is the author of Southern Provisions: Learn more and buy tickets online at http: Born and raised in Prosperity, S.

No need to travel miles for an authentic Mardi Gras meal — just don your beads and head to Gervais Street for the specialty Mardi Gras at Motor Supply dinner and cocktail menu, available Tuesday, Feb. In his take on classic Cajun gumbo, Chef Wes pays homage to several traditional elements of the dish — while incorporating his own twists to the classic recipe.

His version includes duck confit leg and breast over farro piccolo, andouille, fried okra and classic gumbo sauce. Head Barman Josh Streetman pays tribute to famous New Orleans bars and recipes in his cocktail menu, featuring libations as timeless as Sazerac, with signature twists from mezcal and egg whites to absinthe and passionfruit.

Since taking the helm at Motor Supply in Columbia, S. GG marks the eighth occurrence of the annual event. Guests get the chance to meet some of the most talented chefs on the east coast and enjoy unique, often interactive culinary creations, while sipping distinctive west coast wines at this energetic, seating-optional event and auction gala.

The Saturday Night Afterglow party with a live band and dance floor, decadent desserts and champagne caps the signature event. As Gourmet and Grapes grows and changes each year, the event attracts talent from not only the Southeast, but from across the country. Returning to Gourmet and Grapes are N. Chefs from buzzworthy Charleston, S. To view the full schedule of events, learn more about each activity, meet the participating chefs and purchase tickets, visit http: Chloe Rodgers, Flock and Rally, Tracie Broom, Flock and Rally, Lauryn Hill in 'Miseducation.

If you snagged a reservation, kudos to you! The restaurant is currently booked solid for New Year's Eve. Reservations can be made by calling or by visiting www. Sign up for updates from Motor Supply: Bistro, one of Columbia, S. Jeni Barnett , a prominent British television and radio presenter and actress, and Olly Smith , an award-winning wine expert, TV personality, author, and columnist, make up an internationally popular duo that host a variety of culinary-exploration TV specials for Travel Channel. The duo stopped in downtown Columbia, S. Jeni Barnett and Olly Smith explore the food options available in America's deep South, sampling dishes from fried chicken to fried shrimp, with a healthy dose of cocktail recipes thrown in for good measure.

For those of you searching for your next go-to wine, Motor Supply General Manager and Wine Program Director Stephanie Heikila has some recommendations you might just fall in love with. She was also involved with Relay for Life for about seven years. Peggy loved to travel. She went abroad and saw several different countries, going to Australia four times, the birthplace of her mother.

She also traveled extensively throughout the United States. Her sisters usually reaped a sweatshirt from each city she visited in the U. On many of these trips she was accompanied by her very close college friends. Thanks ladies for coming along. Peggy was involved in volunteering with her church, St. She helped count money after church services, was part of the alter guild committee and was a greeter and an usher when needed.

She helped with the food pantry and volunteered with registration for the 1, dinners given out at Thanksgiving. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her sister-in-law, Lori Smith. A celebration of life will be held at 11 a. Interment will be in the Methodist cemetery in Johnsonburg where she will be buried with her parents. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to: Tunnell Cancer Center, John J. She was born in Scranton, Pa. Pauze was a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister and friend who will be missed by all who knew her. She was preceded in death by her brother, Scott A.

In addition to her parents, she is survived by her husband, Clayton A. Pauze of Seaford; two daughters, Sophia L. Pauze and Claire A. Pauze of Seaford; and three siblings, Lynda A. Lesak of Waymart, Pa. Lesak of Scranton and Mark C. Lesak and his wife Lisa of Golden, Colo.

A memorial service will be held at 3 p. The family welcomes flowers in Mrs. George was born on Sept. George also loved to fish and travel with his wife Anna. A funeral service will be held at 1 p. He was born in Georgia on Sept. Steelman and Victoria Iriarte Steelman. He married his high school sweetheart and the love of his life, Diana L. He loved his sports but baseball was his favorite with the Orioles being his team from an early age. He was also an avid bowler for many years and a member of a DuPont bowling team known as the Cobras.

He was owner of Sudden Impact Pro Shop with his son. He had a dry sense of humor and loved to read. He was preceded in death by his father, Edward Steelman. A celebration of life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Tunnell Cancer Center. Services are in the care of Framptom Funeral Home, Federalsburg. Share memories with the family at www. Krouse -- Doris E. Krouse, 91, of Newark, and formerly of Laurel, passed away quietly at her home on Sunday, Nov. Doris was born in Laurel, a daughter of the late Granville and Fannie Ellis.

She retired from the DuPont Co. Her life revolved around her family. She is survived by a son, Steven Krouse of Dover; daughters, Frances Walsh and husband David Layton and Diane Martinez, all of Newark; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. A memorial service will be held at 2 p. Pastor Larry Whaley will officiate. Interment will follow in Laurel Hill Cemetery.

Clara had many interests and creative hobbies. The family would like to thank the staff at the Manor House who cared for her over the last 20 years. Born in Lewes, he was the son of the late Frank and Dorlena Tunis. Donald was retired from Southern States in Seaford where he worked for over 35 years. Donald loved to eat, but most of all he had a wonderful sense of humor and loved to make the people around him laugh. Years ago, he was a referee for many high school basketball games in Sussex County. Donald also could be found dressing up as Santa Claus during the Christmas season for the local children in the community.

A memorial service was held on Saturday, Nov. Pastor Dean Perdue officiated. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Mr. He was the youngest son of the late Ulysses and Emma nee Widmaier. Woody served in the U. Navy Reserves and was employed by Gulf Oil in Philadelphia in his early years. He was in real estate for over 50 years, owning and operating Hunsberger Real Estate in the Olney section of Philadelphia and, later, in Delaware.

He was the cherished Pop Pop of 16 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. He is also survived by two brothers, Frank Charlotte Hunsberger and Robert Suzie Hunsberger, as well as many nieces and nephews. Visitation will be held from noon to 2. Arrangements are in the care of Short Funeral Services, Georgetown.

Tony was a journeyman lineman for the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers for 42 years. He was a 4th degree Knights of Columbus and he loved to hunt and ride motorcycles. Mass of Christian burial will be held at 11 a. Born in Laurel, he was the son of the late Paul C. Danny was a self-employed general contractor who truly loved to work within his profession. He enjoyed dirt track racing and was a talented woodworker. Services were held on Saturday, Nov. Carl Vincent and Pastor Parris Sexton officiated. Interment was held privately.

Online condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www. To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family, please visit our Sympathy Store. DeMidio -- Dominick T. He was born in Donora, Pa. He was a POW for one year in Germany following the D-Day invasion at which time his unit was dropped behind enemy lines. In , he and his wife Rose moved to the Seaford area. He enjoyed golfing and, in his earlier years, fishing and water skiing.

You could always find Mr. DeMidio making or repairing something. A Catholic prayer service will be held at 1 p. Stewart -- Douglas C. Doug was born in Boston, Mass. Doug and his wife Mary moved to Seaford in He worked as a civil engineer for Sussex County until his retirement in Doug was also a licensed counselor and helped many people in both a professional and volunteer capacity.

As a young man, Doug worked several summers in Idaho as a crew member for the U. He also served his country for two years in the U. Always a great lover of the outdoors, Doug volunteered in his later years as a trail stewart at Trap Pond State Park. Though never one to toot his own horn, he had been known to play the kazoo. Over the years his rich creative side manifested itself in music, poetry, sketching, and wood burning, among other artistic pursuits.

Groton -- Betty C. Groton, 80, of Laurel, passed away on Monday, Nov. Betty was born in Accomac, Va. She had attended Christ the Cornerstone Church in Laurel. Family was first and foremost to her. A funeral service will be held at 2 p. Pastor Beth Elzey will officiate. Interment will be held on Monday, Nov. Born in Milford, he was the son of Conrad L. Jesse was a very active member of Pinecrest Baptist Church in Corinth. He was a talented builder and contractor. His laugh was infectious and his personality was magnetic.

Jesse was always polite and mannerly and he had a tremendous gift for human compassion. He greatly enjoyed attending Victory Tabernacle Church with his family. A viewing will be held on Saturday, Nov. Pastor Stacey Johnson will officiate. Interment will follow in Epworth Cemetery in Laurel.

Ward -- George W. Ward, 89, of Seaford, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, Nov. He slipped away peacefully with his daughter by his side. Ward was born to the late Fred L. Ward and Dora Lowe Ward on Aug. He graduated from Laurel High School and enlisted in the Air Force where he was introduced to accounting. After he completed his time in the service, he enrolled in Goldey-Beacom College in northern Delaware.

He then went to work for Caroline Foods in Federalsburg, Md. Ward packed up his family and moved to Oklahoma where they resided for four months. He and his family missed their family and friends and George missed sailing his boat on the Chesapeake Bay. He loved to golf and sail his boat. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife of 61 years, Frances Ward; his sister, Jean Ward Smarte; and his brother, Donald Ward. Burial will be in Odd Fellows Cemetery in Laurel. Over the years, Mr. He retired due to illness in early as chief maintenance engineer for a group of hotels in Maryland.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Michael D. Bove; his wife, Valerie Bove; and his brother, Emerson E. He leaves one brother, Alton M. Sharon retired as a secretary with O. Newton with 25 years of service. She will be remembered for being a loving wife, mother, and grandmother.

Her family was her greatest treasure and she always put them first. Roland Tice will officiate. Sonny was a retired house painter. Medico -- Dorothy E. Medico, 85, of Wilmington, passed away peacefully on Sunday, Oct. She was the valedictorian of her class at Bridgeville High School and, upon graduation, she moved two hours north to Wilmington to attend Goldey Beacom College. From graduation until retirement she worked at DuPont. She loved the beach, Norman Rockwell, bird watching and singing Christmas tunes - at any time of year.

She was preceded in death by her husband, John F. Medico; and grandson, Jason R. She is survived by her children, Deborah L. Dowd Beattie Jay , Laraine T. Riccio Joe , Annette M. Medico Lou , and Michael F. Sparco; and many loving cousins, nieces, nephews. Services were held last week in Wilmington and Seaford. To send messages of condolence, visit www. She will be laid to rest in Cambridge, beside her parents and husband.

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Holt -- Charlotte J. Holt, 70, of Laurel, passed away on Wednesday, Oct. Charlotte was a homemaker. She was a member of the Blades Vol. Ladies Auxiliary for 23 years. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her grandson, Adrian Holt and brother, Kenneth Trice. Interment will be in Blades Cemetery, Blades. Paul graduated from Greenwood High School, class of Then he entered the Naval Reserves, retiring after many years. He worked for A. DuPont in Seaford for over 30 years. He also worked delivering meals for Cheer.

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Paul had many passions, gardening, fishing, hunting, cooking, going grocery shopping, and earlier in life he barrel raced. His main love was for his dogs and he had many over the years. Market Street, Greenwood, DE He was born on Feb. Austin and Cecelia Mutchler Stickles. Jimmy was a skilled carpenter and most recently worked for Atlantis Homes in Delmar. He was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed fishing and hunting.

Allen and husband Stewart of Hurlock, Md. As per his wishes, no formal services will be held. Maxine was born in Seaford on Nov. Maxine was a lifelong dedicated homemaker, sister, loving wife, mother, and grandmother. She enjoyed cooking for her family and crocheting beautiful afghans and scarves, and could often be found doing both while watching classic TV shows or football on Sundays.

She is survived by her husband of 44 years, Warren A. Bailey of Laurel; a son, Warren J. Bailey of Laurel; a grandson, Connor J. Bailey of Laurel; her siblings, Ronnie King Sr. A funeral service will be held at noon on Thursday, Nov. Pastor Matt Webster will officiate. Interment will follow at Laurel Hill Cemetery. Born on June 26, in Clintonville, W.

She was married to the late Rev. John Olan Price for 47 years, before his death on May 23, Between the years of to , Rev. She worked for most of her life as a secretary and administrative assistant and retired after 18 years at the University of Maryland Cooperative Extension Service. Her family was a continued source of joy for her.

She loved spending time with her children, grandchildren, sisters and many nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends on Friday, Nov. The funeral service will commence at 11 a. Private interment services will take place in Hampstead, Md. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.

Wells -- Jeanette M. Wells, 96, of Seaford, loving wife, mother and grandmother, passed away on Wednesday, Oct. Born in in Brooklyn, N. It was in the service that she met her future husband, a fellow Marine, Warren Wells. An accomplished seamstress, she created beautiful works for her family and friends.

Her other passion in life was antique collecting which she and her husband made into a business with the opening of Wells Antiques in A private graveside service was held on Friday, Oct. Pastor Howard Travers officiated. Givens -- Shirley M. Givens, 76, of Seaford, passed away on Tuesday, Oct. Shirley was born in Salisbury, Md.

Shirley retired from the State of Delaware as a supervisor at the Stockley Center. She also helped on the family farm. She enjoyed sewing and crafts and could be found at yard sales on Saturday mornings. She was a member of Christ Evangelistic Church in Laurel. Shirley is survived by her sons, Gregory Mark Givens and wife Carrie and Perry Givens, all of Seaford; a daughter, Michelle Hearn and husband Steven of Seaford; eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

In addition to her parents, Shirley was preceded in death by her husband, Donald Givens in and a son, Michael Givens. Brown -- Gordon O. Gordon was born in McKeesport, Pa. Gordon grew up in the Ocean City area. He was a HAM radio operator and enjoyed photography. Gordon is survived by his children, Maggie Fleetwood, Elizabeth Lapense, and Naomi Condon; a brother, Bill Brown; four grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

Dale Brown and Marilyn Balderson. Charles was born in Philadelphia, the son of the late Charles M. He went on to enjoy a lifetime career in the trucking business with the last 35 years at Preston Trucking as vice president-director of national sales. He was an avid bowler in Willow Grove, Pa.

He was a former member of the Elks. He was a great Little League coach, Indian Guide leader, and he was a voracious reader. He is survived by his wife of 68 years, Roma E. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his son-in-law, Brian Peters. Charles was a loving husband, father, grandfather, uncle and friend. He loved his family and everything he did was for them. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11 a. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to St. She is survived by her husband, Ronald L.

She will also be sorely missed by her 31 grandchildren, 58 great-grandchildren, and five great-great-grandchildren. She was born on June 2, in Bloomington, Ind. They moved to Seaford in and she graduated from Seaford High School with the class of One of the many highlights of her career was being selected the Seaford Middle School Teacher of the Year. Tara will be remembered for her kind smile and caring heart by all who knew her.

In addition to her mother, she leaves behind to carry on her legacy her children, Caelan Backus, Briaunna Backus, Avery Backus and Cameron Backus, all of Felton; a sister, Amy Metzner and husband Craig of Seaford; brothers, Tim Edmondson and wife Elise of Delmar and Rob Edmondson and wife Tara of Seaford; and several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and a host of close friends. Pastor Ken Figgs will officiate. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in her memory to help with cholangiocarcinoma research to the American Cancer Society by visiting donate3.

Graves -- Sandra L. Sandy was born in Wilmington on Aug. Sandy enjoyed craft day with the ladies and helping the community. She liked to crochet, make cards, cook and work in the garden. She shared the fruits of her labor with everyone. She loved being with her family, especially cooking and baking with her nieces and nephews at Christmas time. Sandy was a hugger, she would hug you when she saw you and again before you left.

She was a really big spirit in a small package, a very special person to all who knew her. She will be greatly missed. She is survived by her four siblings, Janice M. Vickers and her husband William H. Hoover and her husband Robert T. She is also survived by many cousins, friends and her church family who all loved her dearly. A memorial service will be held at noon on Monday, Oct. Inurnment will follow at Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery. Condolences may be sent online at www.

Gavlick -- Richard J. Gavlick, 77, passed away peacefully with his family by his side on Saturday, Oct. Francis Hospital in Wilmington. Born in Swoyersville, Pa. Richard served honorably in the U. Richard was a member of American Legion Post in Swoyersville for many years and served as their accountant. Richard was an avid fisherman and boater as well as a golf enthusiast. He was a dinner caterer for many large events in the Pennsylvania area. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his sister, Ruth Golias. He is also survived by his much loved five stepchildren and four step-grandchildren.

Visitation will be held at 9: Burial will be at St. The family requests no flowers. Patterson -- Joan E. Patterson, 69, loving wife, mother and grandmother, of Greenwood, passed away on Tuesday, Oct. Born in Bloomsburg, Pa. Joan enjoyed antiquing, walking in the woods, making crafts, and finding bargains at yard sales. She cherished her family and loved spending time with them.

As a grandmother, she found joy in celebrating her talented grandchildren. Watching them perform at band, choir, and drama performances brought an everlasting smile to her face. She is survived by her husband, Dale S. Patterson, with whom she recently celebrated 50 years of marriage; a son, Robert D.

Patterson and wife Amy; a daughter, Janice N. Lead pastor, Justin Senesi, will officiate. Robinson, 66 -- James M. Robinson went to be with the Lord on Tuesday, Oct. He was the son of the late Earl and Mary Alice Robinson. Burial will be in Blades Cemetery. He was born in Salisbury, Md. Freddie was a talented carpenter. He enjoyed watching the Dallas Cowboys and Nascar racing. He was a huge fan of both Dale Earnhardt Sr. In addition to his father, Freddie was preceded in death by his brother, Tony Marine. Timmons -- Lee P. Timmons, 65, of Seaford, passed away on Tuesday, Oct.

Lee learned to play the drums as a child, and years later he played with several local bands. As a young man, he began working with his father on the family farm, a job he enjoyed for 30 years. After retiring from farming, he enjoyed gardening and growing vegetables at his home. He loved to share the vegetables he grew with friends and family. Lee also loved wearing his Hawaiian shirts and had an impressive collection of more than For the past nine years, he and his wife Bonnie, together with a faithful group of volunteers have provided food and clothing at what is now the Matthew Lee spent the last 18 years working as a customer service associate at Cardinal Health in Laurel, and those he worked with became a second family to him.

Most importantly, he enjoyed time spent with his family and friends. He is survived by his wife of 35 years, Bonnie R. A memorial service will be held at 2: Visitation for family and friends will be held one hour prior to the service and friends are invited to wear their Hawaiian shirts in his memory. In memory of Mr. Timmons, contributions may be made to the Blades Fire Department, E.

Arrangements are in the care of Short Funeral Home in Delmar. Parsons Home in Salisbury, Md. She was nurtured by the late Joseph and Ethel Draper. She loved and treasured being a homemaker and raising her family. Everyone that knew and loved her will remember her keeping an immaculate home and being a wonderful cook who loved hosting family dinners, and one who lovingly cared for her flowers and yard.

She was a longtime member of Delmarva Evangelistic Church in Salisbury. She truly appreciated the visits and pastoral care she received from the pastors and friends from Cross Pointe Church of the Nazarene and Coastal Hospice. In addition to her church, she was dedicated to her devotional reading and Bible studies.

In her later days, she enjoyed the friendships made with the staff and residents of the John B. Parsons Home and Harbor Pointe. She is also survived by several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her beloved husband, James Richard Fitzgerald, who passed in ; an infant son, Robert Thomas Vanderwende; a granddaughter, Caryn Vanderwende; and brothers, Robert and Wilbur Welsh. A graveside service will be held at 11 a. Pastor Joel Beiler will officiate. Bobbie was born on Jan.

She was the youngest of three children. She attended Bridgeville High School, class of One of her many jobs was working at the former Woolworth where she met her husband, and in her later years as a merchandiser for American Greetings. Roberta was a member of Miriam Rebekah Lodge for many years. She had a caring heart that touched many people. She will be dearly missed by many. She had six grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a sister, Mary Ellen Porter.

Friends may also call at the funeral home on Sunday evening, from 6 to 8. Burial will follow at Odd Fellows Cemetery, Seaford. A lifelong resident of Seaford, Betty was the daughter of the late Wilbur B. Fryling and Elise Baker Fryling. She graduated from Seaford High School in and continued her education at the University of Delaware. In , she graduated with a degree in elementary education and participated in graduate studies in following years.

Betty taught elementary school throughout Delaware for 35 years, retiring in She was a longtime member of Christ Lutheran Church. In addition to teaching Sunday school and working with the youth group, she was the director of the Bible School for special people for many years. She is survived by her son, James Young Jr. Funeral services will be held at noon on Wednesday, Oct. Richard Rick Henderson, Richard E. Henderson of Laurel, passed away on Oct. He was born on Aug.

Henderson and Martha L. He retired from the Laurel School District with over 35 years of service as a special education teacher and received the Teacher of the Year Award in He coached several sports there and especially enjoyed working with Girls Softball. His love of sports was reflected in collecting baseball cards and memorabilia, heading up sports fantasy leagues, and being a lifelong Pittsburgh Steelers and Pirates fan. Having spent much of his time in volunteer work, including Good Samaritan, Little League, Boy Scouts, church and others, he was the recipient of the Jefferson Award for outstanding community service on Delmarva.

Richard is survived by his wife Christine B. Henderson of Laurel, his son, Jeffrey R. Henderson of Clayton and his daughter, Lindsay R. He is also survived by his brother Kenneth R. Henderson Andee of Damascus, Md. Laurel, DE on Saturday Oct. A visitation will precede the service from at the church. Dean Perdue will officiate, Interment will be private. Closser Grillo passed away peacefully at her home in Greenwood on Thursday, Sept. She was a talented business woman, owner of The Amish Tradesman pole building company which she established 10 years ago on her own and built into a successful business.

Jamie also operated her alpaca farm, Morningstar Alpacas, in which she raised and showed championship alpacas. Jamie was a graduate of Cape Henlopen High School, but spent the majority of her school years in the Woodbridge School District which she attended until she moved to Rehoboth in her senior year. The majority of her lifelong friends were classmates she had known since first grade.

Services were held on Monday, Sept. Interment was at St. Mahr -- William H. Mahr, 73, passed away peacefully on Monday, Oct. He was known to many as Bill or Bear. Bill was born and raised on a farm in Hardscrabble and then later resided in Seaford. He was a graduate of Seaford Senior High School where he played football. He retired from Southern States.

Bill had a special bond with his dog Duke; the two of them were inseparable. He was an avid hunter, gun collector and football fan, and enjoyed woodworking. Born in Scottsboro, Ala. She married Benjamin Ellis Dunaway in March and was a loving wife and mother. With Ben, she created a welcoming home for family and friends in Atlanta, Ga. As an active member of Mount Olivet Church in Seaford, Dell contributed to the life of the church through committee work, participation in a circle, and by sharing her musical talent in the choir and bell choir.

She also served for many years as a volunteer in the Nanticoke Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. Dell worked as an English instructor at Delaware Technical and Community College in Georgetown, where she passed on her love of language to her students. She was an avid reader throughout her life, but especially enjoyed this pastime in her later years. Dell was preceded in death by her husband, Ben, of 62 years; her brother, John; and sister-in-law, Maurine.

The family thanks her private caregivers and the Delaware Hospice Center. Special gratitude to her longtime physician, Dr. It has taken us awhile to write her tribute. Joanna was born in Bridgeville on Sept. Joanna taught elementary school for a few years before starting her family. Once she became a mother to Kevin and Guy, this became her full-time job, along with helping her husband run the family business.

She and Bob moved to Ocean View after retirement. Joanna loved to cook and entertain in her home. Her table was always open and she hosted many impromptu dinners for friends throughout the years.

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Joanna had a huge heart and cherished her family and friends. Next to spending time with her family, one of her greatest joys was lending a helping hand, and she provided care and comfort to many over the years. She enjoyed reading and golfing and also volunteered at the Bridgeville Library and the Nanticoke Memorial Hospital gift shop. She was also an active board member of her family business, O. Joanna is survived by her son, Guy Conaway and his wife Marybeth; her grandsons, Drew and Josh; her daughter-in-law, Lisa Conaway; her sister-in-law, Charlotte Conaway; her constant companion, Bitty Buddy; and many nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her father, Warren C. In accordance with her wishes, a celebration of life will be scheduled at a later date. She married the love of her life, Jesse Wedman on June 11, She enjoyed computers, genealogy, Sudoku puzzles, and sewing. A funeral service will be held at 11 a. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, Sept. Pastors James Zeismer and Ken Sheller will officiate. Interment will follow at HillCrest Cemetery. Hastings -- Mary E. Hastings, 78, of Blades, went to be with her sister in heaven on Wednesday, Sept.

She had been retired for many years. She enjoyed spending time with her family and friends. She loved putting puzzles together with her sister. She is survived by her brothers-in-law, Robert L. Graveside services will be held at 11 a. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Cranston Funeral Home to help with funeral costs. To send condolences, visit www. Legates was born on May 14, in Wilkes Barre, Pa.

She retired from Nanticoke Memorial Hospital in Seaford and continued as a volunteer there. She was a charter member of Christ Lutheran Church in Seaford. Legates was preceded in death by her son, Robert. She is survived by her daughter, Barbara Smullen of Delmar, Md. Curtis Smith and staff, Delaware Hospice staff and volunteers, and Linda Wright, her caregiver for their excellent care. All services will be held privately. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Christ Lutheran Church, N.

Massey -- Agnes R. Massey, 91, passed away on Sunday, Sept. Massey was employed with the Board of Education in food service at the middle school and West Laurel School, both in Laurel, for 23 years. Massey and was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Edward Massey in ; a son, Eddie in ; and a sister, Sarah Hill.

Services were held privately at Laurel Hill Cemetery. Cordrey -- Harvey L. Cordrey, 86, of Bethel, passed away surrounded by his family on Monday, Sept. Harvey was born in Bethel, a son of the late Eley and Mary Cordrey. Harvey retired from the DuPont Company in Seaford after over 31 years of service. He enjoyed bowling as part of the DuPont bowling league and was a passionate salt water fisherman. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his first wife, Linda Cordrey in , and a brother, Loran J.

Pastor Bill Nack will officiate. Interment will follow in the church cemetery. Larry Eugene Slavens -- The Rev. Larry Eugene Slavens, 78, died at Mt. He was a devoted fan of the Ohio State Buckeyes. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife of 50 years, Shirley R. Trouten Slavens in April Timothy Maureen Slavens of Beavertown, Pa. Internment followed in the church cemetery. Pastor George Wheatley will officiate. Medford, 73, of Seaford, passed away on Monday, Sept.

She was born on Dec. Jane was a loving daughter, wife, mother, grandmother, sister and aunt to her family. She enjoyed cooking, going on cruises and riding in her convertible. She is survived by her husband of 53 years, O.

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In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to Delaware Hospice Inc. Young -- Robert H. Young, 89, of Laurel, peacefully passed away on Saturday, Sept. After raising their four children they moved to Laurel, a destination inspired by many family vacations to Delmarva. Bob was a naval architect. He devoted many years to Penn Yan Boats designing and building pleasure boats. After moving to Delaware, he worked as a surveyor for Littleton Surveyors in Laurel. He and his wife were involved in Marriage Encounter.

He was known by family, friends, and others as an exceptionally loving, giving, and caring person in his own quiet way. He demonstrated this through his role as a Scout Master for the Boy Scouts and his active participation in his church as a Eucharistic minister. His interests were diverse, from model aircraft building to bird watching, gardening and cooking. Bob was a skilled woodworker, a gifted tinkerer who could repair anything, a devotee of history and a lifelong learner. Memorial gifts may be made to Worldwide Marriage Encounter, www.

He was born on Dec. Lee graduated from Preston High School in He served his country by enlisting in the United States Navy, serving from to Lee truly enjoyed his job as a computer system analyst for E. He loved to take walks with his chihuahua, Peppi. Visitation will be held on Thursday, Sept. Interment will be held privately at Odd Fellows Cemetery. Fisher -- Frances A. Fisher, , of Seaford, passed away peacefully at home with family on Monday, Sept. Frances was born in Salisbury, Md. Frances lived a long life filled with giving and caring for others and her community.

She retired from Nanticoke Memorial Hospital. She volunteered at Nanticoke Memorial Hospital for many years. She also held fundraisers to raise money to help get the Senior Center where it is today. Nancy was a member of the Seaford Moose until she could no longer go or participate. She loved traveling to many other churches over the years. She is also survived by a very dear and loving friend, Linda Johnston and husband Frank of Seaford who were like family. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her brother, Milton Mitchell; her husband, Norman C.

Burial will be in Asbury Church Cemetery. Riggin -- Lee P. Riggin, 94, of Laurel, passed away on Tuesday, Sept. Born in Clearfield, Pa. He was then inducted into the United States Air Corps in and served in the training of air combat crews in Florida. In , he transferred to the United States Army, took infantry combat training and was transferred to the European Theatre of Operations.

Prior to joining the general office staff, Lee was a sales representative for 20 years with the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, working in the Salisbury area. He was a charter member of the Laurel Kiwanis Club where he served as a past president and secretary. He also served as lieutenant governor in the Capitol District in Continuing his service to his community, he served as head counselor of the local youth canteen for 10 years.

In his political life, Riggin served six and a half years on the Laurel City Council, heading its finance committee prior to his resignation to accept his position with Kiwanis International. In this capacity he assisted in the formation of new Kiwanis clubs, the training of district leadership teams and the development of membership programs. Riggin was one of four Kiwanis International field service representatives.

He and his wife were lifelong members of Centenary United Methodist Church, where he served in many capacities - past lay leader, past member of the official board, Sunday school superintendent and teacher in the youth department. He also served as the caretaker of the Laurel Hill Cemetery for many years and served on the cemetery board. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his grandson, Kevin Lee Riggin and his siblings, Elmer Riggin Jr.

Interment will be held in Laurel Hill Cemetery with military honors. Nancy was born on Nov. Nancy married Walter Francis Larned on June 3, Her grandchildren meant the world to her. Nancy and Walter lived in New Jersey until they moved to Delaware, living close to her sister Audrey. Nancy liked to crochet blankets and watch movies. She had a strong faith in God. She will always be remembered for her caring, compassionate and kind personality. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Walter Francis Larned and her brother, Leonard Frank Robinson.

A memorial service will be announced at a later date in Mayslanding Veterans Cemetery. Hickman -- Leonard A.