In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Dragon Boat at the Beach, P. Box 230, Pawleys Island, SC 29585; Swamp Fox Players, P. Box 911, Georgetown, SC 29440; or the charity of your choice. Jessica Lynn Hill Doehner-Perry of Murrells Inlet, owner of Perry’s Bait and Tackle, died Sept. Her beautiful contagious smile brought so much joy to her family and her many friends. C., the daughter of Celina Mc Gregor Vaughan and James Alexander Vaughan.
Chief Carney joined Midway Fire Rescue 18 years ago. A memorial service will be held in Connecticut at a later date. 19, 1934, in Portland, Ore., the son of Roy Albert Oberg and Katherine Willson Oberg. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 65 Crooked Oak Dr., Pawleys Island, SC 29585. After active duty, he served in the Navy Reserve until retiring as lieutenant commander. Davitt was a mining engineer with the Internal Revenue Service in Washington, serving as group chief of the valuation branch.
He began his firefighting career right out of high school in the Air Force. 19 William Henry Davitt of the Tradition Club, a retired naval officer work worked for the IRS, died Saturday. He was born June 4, 1929, in Scranton, Pa., the son of William F. He attended Dickson City High School and graduated from Pennsylvania State University. He then attended the Navy’s Officer Candidate School in Newport, R. C., area serving as the naval weapons officer with the Naval Gun Factory.
Whether around the front table of Barberians, in the stands watching the Jays or at dinner with his family, Mr. 14, 1919, in Wagoner, Okla., a daughter of William Blanchard Kennedy and Anna Meisner Kennedy. In addition to her husband, three brothers, Ken Kennedy, Pat Kennedy and Andy Kennedy, died before her. For years, she was actively involved at the Strand Theater, where she acted, directed, and performed many other tasks with the Swamp Fox Players in Georgetown.
Chidley liked nothing so much as trying to “solve the world’s problems” (as he often put it) through discussion and debate. Margaret Alda Kennedy Dillon died Friday at her daughter’s home in Pawleys Island. She belonged to a fun-loving group of women who were intrigued by the moon and all its phases.
D’Amico in 1957 and was assigned to the Washington, D.
He received the Third Degree of the Knights of Columbus and was honored with a life membership after 52 years of loyal and faithful service.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Autoimmune Related Disease Association, 22100 Gratiot Ave., Eastpointe, MI 48021. A graduate of the Ryerson Polytechnical Institute in Toronto (now Ryerson University), he married his first wife, Sheila (née Goard) in 1958. Chidley’s first career was chicken farming, but within short order he would dedicate his talents to a more urban pursuit in the budding industry of advertising. J., a daughter of Sidney Greenwald and Madeline Fuld Greenwald White. She was a former board member of the Georgetown County Mental Health Association. C.; five siblings, John Wallace of Chadbourn, La Rae Wallace of Cerro Gordo, Jay Wallace of Cerro Gordo, Tommy Greene of Roanoke, Va., and Darrell Greene of Lumberton, N. She graduated from Ridgeland High School, Spartanburg Methodist and Limestone College with a degree in education.
Beginning in the late 1950s and over much of the next three decades, he worked in Toronto as an account executive for such advertising agencies as Ogilvy & Mather, Mc Kann Erickson and DDB Needham. After years of not painting, through her love for art, Mrs. She was beloved by many of the residents and staff at Bishop Gadsden, where she lived for 18 years. C.; and a special friend, Butch Carver of Murrells Inlet. Sunday at Worthington Funeral Home in Chadbourn, N. She taught in the private and public school system, including Mc Donald Elementary and Winyah Academy. O’Donnell also worked as a healing touch practitioner for years, assisting those who had physical and emotional difficulties, using energy work to help them achieve peace.
She enjoyed life to its fullest and never gave up her fight, her family said.
She and Robbie enjoyed quiet walks on the beach, dinner, theater, traveling with friends, and spending time with their grandchildren, often having them stay for days on end so they could enjoy the beach and the pool. State and Eastern Carolina University and pursued a double major in chemistry and biology. Jessica easily connected math, science and art in many of her unique rig designs. She loved to share her knowledge of inlet and surf fishing with everyone.
He drove through the night for the morning interview but wound up in a remote crossroads also called Midway. “He arrived on time, but he looked like someone who had been up for 24 hours,” he said. “He always said I told the story wrong,” Eggiman said, “but he didn’t say what I got wrong.” Chief Carney worked his way up through the ranks and was named a battalion chief in March. He was also the owner/operator of JLS Firearms Training. He understood that there is no margin for error when lives are at stake,” Eggiman said. He is survived by his wife, Dale Dearman Oberg; a daughter, Laura Ellen Oberg of San Antonio, Texas; step-daughter, Deborah Anne Govea (Kevin) of New Braunfels, Texas; and four grandchildren, David Oberg, Chrissie Oberg, David Govea and Mark Govea. He received the Albert Gallatin Award in recognition of his noteworthy performance in exceeding his group’s objectives. He was also president of the board at the Colonial One Condominium in Ocean City, Md., and Fairfield Harbor, Windjammer I Village Condominium, at New Bern, N. On moving to the Pawleys Island area in 1997, he became a member of Tradition Club, playing golf with the men’s 18-hole league and the Gold Tee league.