He was an avid Baltimore Orioles fan…he LOVED baseball!Wayne is survived by his daughter, Stacey Howell and her husband John of Bridgeville; two grandsons, Jaden and Kohlden Howell; a brother, Pete Hitchens and his wife Mary of Harrington; and a sister, Anita Willoughby and her husband Richard of Choptank, Md.
She organized trips to crusades, prayer in Washington, marches, and even housed and mentored hurting people over her lifetime.Patricia took short term missionary endeavors to China, Egypt, Russia, Jamaica, Africa, Panama, Sussex County, and even to Israel 10 times. Looking for: I'm looking for the woman, who want's to spend her life with me and develop our future life together. I prefer long walks in the woods, in the countryside as well as the beach. Appearance: My clothing style could be conservative, modern or casual.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.
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 her dearest friend Miss Betty Walker would pray around the clock and had many ministry adventures together.
Her giving heart would prompt her to clean out her refrigerator and freezer at least once a month to help someone in his son, David Wage and wife Pam of Simpsonville, S.
John James Deiter -- John James Deiter, 75, of Georgetown, passed away peacefully at Atlantic General Hospital in Berlin, Md., on Friday, Oct.