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Funeral services will be held at noon on Saturday, Feb. He was an avid skateboard enthusiast and loved to read his morning and evening devotionals. Known for his kind heart and gentle spirit, Casey’s smile was contagious and he had a way of radiating light to all those around him.

Usilton (Michelle) of Milford; stepdaughter, Mary Lee Usilton of Dover; three grandchildren, Josh, Erin and Evan; one great-grandchild; father, Robert Fisch (Lori) of Seaford; brother, Mike Fisch (Deb) of California; sister, Melissa Patchett (Sammy) of Preston, Md.; sister, Trisha Delgado (Bobby) of Seaford; a niece; numerous nephews and her beloved dog, Cinnamon. A., Centreville, where a service will be held on Saturday, Feb. 5, 2017, at Peninsula Regional Medical Center surrounded by family. He always had a smile and was more concerned about others. He graduated from Wicomico Senior High School in 1979. He is remembered by all who knew him as a learned and generous man. Hockins, 68, of Laurel, passed away on Sunday, Jan.A celebration of Casey’s life will be held at 5 p.m. 17, at Crossroad Community Church, 20684 State Forest Rd., Georgetown. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that contributions be made in Casey’s memory to Delmarva Teen Challenge, 611 3rd St., Seaford, DE 19973.Arrangements are in the care of Lofland Funeral Home, Milford.13, 2017, at University of Maryland Shore Medical Center in Easton, Md. 25, 1962 in Easton, she was the daughter of Robert M. Linda grew up in the Federalsburg area and graduated from Colonel Richardson High School, class of 1980. Carney, 73, of Bethany Beach and formerly of Seaford, passed away on Saturday, Feb. She was born in Lewes on Tuesday, July 20, 1943, a daughter of the late George and Jane Robinson. Carney was employed by the Du Pont Company for 27 1/2 years, retiring in August 2001. Leger was preceded in death by her first husband, Leslie Boyer; her son, Lee Boyer; and her daughter, Lynn Tocci. 16, at Parsell Funeral Homes & Crematorium, Hardesty Chapel, 202 Laws St., Bridgeville, where friends may call from 10 to 11. Moum and Karen (Aas) Moum, both of whom emigrated from Norway. He helped establish The Veterinary Class of 1964 scholarship fund which provides several annual veterinary scholarships.She began working with various convenience stores including Uncle Willies and then GPM Investments (Shore Stop), where she was a district supervisor. She was a long term member of the VFW Ladies Auxiliary Post 4961. Carney and his wife Terri of Tyler, Texas, Steven A. Carney and his wife Kim of Seaford; five grandchildren, Steven Jr., August, Sebastian, Justin and Katy; and six great-grandchildren. Arrangements are in the care of Parsell Funeral Homes and Crematorium, Clarkesville Chapel, Ocean View. Carney’s name to Delaware Hospice, Southern Division, 60011 Dupont Hwy., Georgetown, DE 19947. Carney’s life memorial webpage and sign her online guestbook at She is survived by her loving husband of 49 years, Frederick Pershing Leger of Bridgeville and her two grandchildren, Tony Colegrande and Tracy Tocci. Burial will follow at Bridgeville Cemetery, Market & Laws streets, Bridgeville. Leger’s name to the Delaware Hospice Center, 100 Patriots Way, Milford, DE 19963. Leger’s life memorial webpage and sign her online guestbook at He worked as an industrial veterinarian throughout the rest of his career for Swift & Co., Vineland Poultry Laboratory, Merck, and Hoffman La Roche Pharmaceuticals.She was a wonderful cook who enjoyed preparing holiday meals for her family.

Some of her favorite ways to spend a day included working in her flower garden, watching the birds at her many bird feeders and spending time with their beloved pets, especially their dog Abby. Dawson of Seaford; children, Judy Forse and her husband Wayne of Delmar, Angela Ryan and her husband Nick of Selbyville, Christopher Dawson of Blades, and Scott Dawson and his wife Jessica of New York; grandchildren, Kevin Forse of Charleston, S.

John’s Catholic Church of Milford or that a Catholic Mass be said in Kathleen’s memory. They were farmers together, raising poultry and planting and sowing grain throughout their lives. Loockerman was also caregiver to her husband for almost 20 years before his passing. Cooper, 72, of Delmar, passed away peacefully on Sunday, Feb. 27, 1964 in Seaford, the daughter of the late Hubert G. Colleen graduated from North Dorchester High School, class of 1982.

Arrangements are in the care of Hannigan, Short, Disharoon Funeral Home, Laurel. She was a caring and devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, and she will be genuinely missed by everyone who was blessed to know her. Loockerman was preceded in death by her beloved husband, L. 28, at the Manor House, 1001 Middleford Rd., Seaford. 12, 2017, at the Delaware Hospice Center after a long battle with cancer. Wells, 52, of Galestown, Md., passed away on Wednesday, Feb. After graduation, she attended Sussex Tech where she earned her certificate.

The army and his sales career allowed him to travel the world and he leaves many friends across the country. Visitation and celebration of life was held after the service. (Buddy) Howeth Jr., 56, passed away at his home in Lodi, Calif., on Monday, Jan. Buddy volunteered at the Salvation Army, enjoyed Taekwondo, played piano when he was younger and loved his cats. (Teresa) of Salisbury and Rick Wheatley (Trudy) and his children Taylor and Gage Wheatley, all of Seaford; and several cousins. 17, at Clarence Street Church of God in Seaford, where visitation will be held from 10 a.m. J.; and Peter Moum of Midlothian, Va.; 12 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, please send contributions in his name to the Class of ‘64 Scholarship Fund, c/o Amy Kruzich, ISU Foundation, 2253 Veterinary Medicine, 1800 Christensen Dr., Ames, Iowa 50010-1134. She was a talented seamstress and enjoyed both quilting and sewing. She provided nursing care for the community and family members.

He leaves behind a legacy that will not be forgotten and was in the process of writing a book about his relationship with God, entitled “On Bended Knee.” In addition to his loving wife of 42 years, Joyce, Rod is survived by son, Roderick Cofield and his wife Sara; daughter, Paige Cofield; in-laws, Jack and Lois Cordrey, Jan and Kevin James and Glen Cordrey; sister, Betty Lou Ward and her husband Bill; brother, Sterling W. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Rod’s memory to Warrior Canine Connection which provides free service dogs to veterans in need. The family wishes to thank Ascend Hospice and the staff at Brandermill Woods in Midlothian for their compassionate care. She graduated from Notre Dame High School and was in nurses training when she met and married Frank Gather Horn on Oct. Jane worked many years at Nanticoke Finance in Seaford. Carol is survived by her loving husband of 25 years, William Hockins of Laurel; sons, Sean Quilty and Patrick Quilty, both of Texas; stepdaughters, Samantha Hockins of South Carolina and Victoria Hockins of New Jersey; her brother, William Gras of New Jersey; and her grandchildren, Rowan Quilty, Mila Quilty, and Wolfgar Hockins. Contributions may be made in Carols memory to Nanticoke Health Services Foundation, Cancer Center, 121 Front St., Seaford, DE 19973. She enjoyed cooking sumptuous meals for her family, as well as reading, gardening and fishing. She retired in 1977 when she married her love, Howard, and together they enjoyed the pleasures of retirement.

She is survived by her daughter, Dana Stevens and her husband Ronny; her grandson, Robby Stevens and his girlfriend Re Becka Gosch; and her brother and sister-in-law, Bob and Carol Flatley.