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Carol Moody

Nov 30, 1932 - Nov 30, 2023

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Wilmington, DE

Carol Moody (nee Frohreich), age 91, of Glen Mills, PA, formerly of Wilmington, DE, passed away at her home on November 27, 2023. Carol was born in Jackson Heights, NY to Frank Frohreich and Evelyn Hauber. Carol met her husband Bill at a USO bar in New York and they were married that same year. She worked as a stenographer for DuPont at the Savannah River Plant before retiring to devote her life to supporting her family. Carol and Bill moved many times over the years with Bill's job for DuPont, ...Read More

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Lizzie Johnson Ware

Feb 23, 1932 - Feb 11, 2024

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Wilmington, DE

Lizzie Johnson Ware was born on February 23, 1932, in Hampton, South Carolina to the late Jim Johnson and Rose Ann Doctor. She received her education in her early years in the Hampton County public schools. She later left home at the age of 16, to move with her aunt and uncle Marie and Fred Johnson of Philadelphia, Pa where she continued her education. After her studies, she was employed with Philadelphia. Electric Company (PECO) for 35 years until her retirement.Lizzie touched the lives of many people with her generosity and sense of humor. She had a deep love for her family and her southern roots. She would frequently travel from Pennsylvania and Delaware to Hampton, South Carolina to maintain the bond she shared with her parents and siblings until they preceded her in death.In 1965, while living in Philadelphia, Pa, Lizzie met and fell in love with her husband and partner of 34 years, Fred Ware. The two of them were married on July 30, 1966. They resided in Pennsylvania for many years until moving to Wilmington, Delaware. She was preceded in death by her husband Fred Ware, parents and her siblings. On Sunday, February 11, 2024, her heavenly father called her home for eternal rest."Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, l will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me."She leaves to cherish her memories: one brother, Samuel (Christian) Johnson of New Castle, Delaware; A God daughter; Linda Royal of Philadelphia, Pa, Devoted nieces and nephews; Kimberly Holland (James) of New Castle, Delaware, Patricia Rodd of Varnville, SC, Monica McCray of New Castle, De, Johnny Johnson of Johns Island, SC, Prince Williams JR (Sabina) of Wilmington, Delaware, Derrick Williams (Trina) of Wilmington, Delaware, Dianne Houston of Atlanta, Georgia, Dennis Johnson (Allison) of Nashville, Tennessee, Reginald Ware of Syracuse, New York, and Ross Moseley of Atlanta, Georgia; 2 devoted cousins; Freida Strange of Philadelphia, PA and Linda Battle of Sanford, Florida; and a host of several nieces, nephews, cousins and other extended family and friends.

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Lech A. Skiba

Dec 31, 1955 - Feb 15, 2024

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Wilmington, DE

Lech A. Skiba, age 68, of Wilmington, passed away on Thursday, February 15, 2024. Lech attended St. Hedwig's Roman Catholic Church. He adopted family and many friends in the U.S. He is survived by his mother, Leokadia Skiba; daughter, Katarzyna Poskrobko (Tokek); son, Tomasz Skiba; two grandchildren; and sister, Elzbieta Jankowska (Zbyszek). A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 1:00 pm on Saturday, February 24, 2024 at St. Hedwig's Roman Catholic Church, 408 S. Harrison Street Wilmington, DE 19805, where visitation will begin at 12:30 pm. Burial will be private. Contributions can be made to St. Hedwig's Church, www.sthedwigde.org.

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Elizabeth "Betty" (Baldwin) Devine

Jan 31, 1923 - Feb 19, 2024

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Wilmington, DE

Elizabeth “Betty” (Baldwin) Devine died in the early morning hours of February 19, 2024 at Parkview Nursing & Rehabilitation where she had been a resident for several years. She was 101. She was born at the family home in January 1923, the eldest of 8 children born to Joseph Ellsworth and Sarah McDermott Baldwin. She attended St. Paul’s elementary school, St. Paul’s Commercial school, was a proud graduate of Wilmington High School, and then attended Goldey-Beacom College, later taking introductory engineering classes at the University of Delaware. After graduation, she went to work for American Viscose in Center City Philadelphia, commuting by train with her sister, Mary. She transferred to the DuPont Company where she honed her photography and editing skills working with her “beloved engineers”. She continued at DuPont after her 1950 marriage to her husband, Donn, leaving for a short period after the birth of her two eldest children. She resigned in 1956, but maintained the friendships forged there. She dedicated the next years to being a homemaker and mother, showing up at school plays, bake sales, Little League games, correcting piano practice errors, and teaching how to put a spin on a football. If Donn was the ‘public face’ of the family, she was the one who kept things running - editing papers, timing speeches, making sure uniforms were in order, and everyone was fed something for dinner. She returned to work in the late 60s as a personal secretary to Msgr. Paul J. Taggart, later transferring to his diocesan office. Her work with the Personnel and Real Estate committees led her to take up para-legal studies at the Academy of Life Long Learning at the University of Delaware. As she always reminded us, as a child of the Depression and a WWI veteran, and as one who came of age during WWII, nothing ever was or should be taken for granted. Her volunteer endeavors over the years included taking reports during WWII Civil Defense black-out drills, employee bond rallies at DuPont, and writing public service announcements. After her marriage, she became involved with various church activities, not only at her home parish, but at St Joseph’s French St., Catholic Forum of the Air, and (Servant of God) Dorothy Day’s Catholic Worker Movement believing that everybody has a role to play. Retirement brought trips to museums, libraries, and her beloved ocean. She cut back on activities after a life-threatening accident but was always proud of being a charter member of the League of Women Voters, the American Legion Auxiliary, and a founding member of The Irish Culture club with her old school chum, Eileen Claffey. Her family was her world, staying in touch with cousins in County Tyrone, NI and following her brother Jack’s lecture tours and achievements at Merck and his later endeavors. She was small, a little sarcastic, sometimes bent but never broken and we will miss her terribly. Betty is survived by her daughter and caregiver, Mary Elizabeth “Mary Beth” and son, COL( Ret) Martin “Marty”, his wife, Kelly; her grandsons, Joseph (Jordan) of Paris AR, CPT Patrick (Amanda) of Pinehurst NC, CPT Sean (CPT Delanie) of Ft Campbell KY, 1LT Michael of FT Bragg, NC; five great-grandchildren; brother, Dr. John J Baldwin (Ann), of Gwynedd Valley, PA; and sister in law, Elaine Baldwin, of Princeton, NJ. In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her husband, BG (Ret) Donn D Devine; son, Edward D;.;and siblings, Joseph, Sr., Mary St. Joseph, RGS, Jane, Catherine, Alfred, and Margaret. We would like to thank the medical teams that kept us going these past years including Drs. Jerry Gluckman, Gil Leidig, Brian Sarter, and Ying Zhu. The staff at Parkview will forever be remembered for getting us through some rough spots, especially Lena, Adrienne, Doris, Claire, Anthony, Rike, Carla, and her “sweet Amy”. Services will be private. A Celebration of Life will be announced at a later time. The family requests no flowers. Contributions may be made to the Edward D. Devine Memorial Fund, the Elizabeth B. Devine Fund both at Delaware Community Foundation, 100 W. 10th St., Wilmington DE or a favored charity.

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Kevin A. Razze

Feb 17, 1950 - Feb 16, 2024

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Wilmington, DE

Kevin A. Razze of Wilmington, DE, passed away on Friday, February 16, 2024, a day before his 74th birthday. He was the beloved son of the late Edith I. (Battaglia) and Anthony J. Razze. Kevin graduated from Conrad High School in 1975. His favorite things were singing and Doo-wop music He was an accomplished singer and always dreamed of being a DJ some day in the style of his idol Jerry Blavat, “The Geator with the Heater.” Kevin is survived by his brother Dennis Razze and his wife Lisa, as well as his aunt Dolores “Dee” Dougherty and many loving cousins. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held this Friday, February 23, 2024, at St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church at 901 N Dupont Street (9th and Dupont Streets) at 11am. Calling Hour will begin at 10am in St. Anthony of Padua Church. Following Mass will be an Internment at All Saints Cemetery, in their chapel. In lieu of flowers, the family encourages memorial contributions be given to the Delaware Division of Developmental Disabilities Services. To plant a beautiful memorial tree in memory of Kevin A. Razze, please visit our

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Gladys I. Krauss

Mar 18, 1930 - Feb 15, 2024

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Wilmington, DE

Gladys I. Krauss, passed away peacefully on February 15, 2024 at the age of 93. Gladys was the oldest of 13 children and is survived by 3 sisters, Dolly, Diane and Nancy. She was married to Elmer E. Krauss for 64 years prior to his passing in 2015. Gladys and Elmer were the proud parents of two children, Barbara Robinson (†Ken) of Wilmington, DE, and Michael Krauss (Christine) of Vestal, NY. Their family brought them immense joy, shaping their lives with warmth and purpose. Their love extended to their nine grandchildren [Jill (Dan), John, Jim (Darlene), Jeanette, Joe, Jennifer (Bob), Benjamin, Allison, and Hannah] and eighteen great-grandchildren. Gladys hails from Boston, MA, where she was born on March 18, 1930, and spent her formative years. Soon after graduating from Charleston High in 1948, she met Elmer who swept her off her feet! The two married in the summer of 1950, at which point they relocated to Delaware where her life would begin as she would come to know it! She began her career at Atlantic Aviation but retired as an executive secretary for DuPont, where her talent for shorthand proved to be invaluable. Gladys and Elmer spent their retirement on the shores of Pickering Beach, DE and Venice, FL. Though they enjoyed their time soaking up the sun, they missed their family and eventually opted to move back to the familiar comforts of Wilmington, DE. Gladys was the Bridge Club Queen, an avid knitter, and cut-throat Scrabble player. Between jumping cruise ships, attending Navy reunions, and partaking in frequent, weekend garage “sailing,” she really enjoyed spending time with her family the most, especially if it involved a bushel of crabs and sweet treats! A Memorial Service will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, February 27, 2024 at Gebhart Funeral Home, 3401 Philadelphia Pike Claymont, DE. 19703, where friends may visit with family beginning at 9:30 a.m., with a private burial to follow. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Alzheimer’s Association. https://www.alz.org/get_involved To offer condolences, please visit: Gebhartfuneralhomes.com 302.798.7726 To to the family or in memory of Gladys I. Krauss, please

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Horace Edward Dunfee, Sr

May 02, 1935 - Feb 17, 2024

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Wilmington, DE

Horace Edward Dunfee, Sr 88 of Cochranville PA, passed away at Wilmington Hospice care on Saturday February 17, 2024. He was the husband of Joyce M Vail Dunfee of 67 years. He was the son of the late James and Emma Dunfee of Oxford PA. Horace served his country in The United States Army. He enjoyed tractor pulling and drag racing with his 2 sons. He owned his own car repair shop for many years in Hickory Hill PA, before that a construction company. He enjoyed full time camping with his lovely wife and his fur babies for many years. He loved spending time with his family and enjoyed his grandkids and great grandchildren. Horace was a friend to everyone he meet and enjoyed giving of his time to help He is survived by his wife Joyce, son Edward J Dunfee (Crystal) of Oxford PA, two daughters Susan M Pajrowski (Joseph) of Kendall NY, and Debra P. Pajrowski (Richard) of Cochranville, PA. He had 9 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren, also one sister Edith Poff. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his son Horace E. Dunfee Jr, and brother Charles R Dunfee. To to the family or in memory of Horace E. Dunfee, Sr, please

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Earl Mason

Apr 20, 1951 - Feb 17, 2024

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Wilmington, DE

Earl Mason of Wilmington, Delaware passed away on Feb 17, 2024. His loved ones are composing his obituary, which you will be able to read here.

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Warner Lee Wright

Jun 01, 1946 - Jan 28, 2024

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Wilmington, DE

"Warner Lee Wright, 77, of Delmar passed away on Sunday, January 28, 2024 at Accent Care Hospice at Wilmington Hospital. He was born on June 1, 1946, in Salisbury, a son of the late Warner Lee Wright and Isabel Lula (Bennett) Wright. Having served in the United States Army during the Vietnam War near Pleiku, Lee showcased his dedication to his country by serving in the Second Squadron First Cavalry Regiment, D Troop as helicopter armament system specialist. Lee spent his childhood in Delmar, where he developed a strong work ethic and a passion for craftsmanship. After earning his Bachelor\u0027s Degree, in Agricultural Engineering, He pursued his passion and embarked on a successful career as a skilled cabinet maker. He owned Lee’s Cabinet Shop for over 30 years. Lee took great pride in his work, leaving behind many cherished pieces specially made for many of his family members. Throughout the years, he enjoyed hiking in the Appalachian Mountains, watching wildlife, and had a love for gardening, always growing tomatoes. His love of traveling led him to visit all 50 states and have many fishing adventures in Canada, with stops to several Cabela\u0027s Stores along the way; And most recently to 2-1 Cavalry Reunions and a trip back to Vietnam. He is survived by a son, Warner Wright (Carolyn); daughter, Heather Wright; significant other of 26 years, Vickie Lowe; grandchildren, Kaylee Abbott, Emalee Riggin, Evan Riggin, Claire Wright, Sarah Wright, and Warner Wright; two great grandsons; brothers, Bruce Wright and Herbert Wright; a sister, Gwendolyn Hopkins; and several nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his sisters, Nina Wildman and Linda Thompson. A visitation for family and friends will be held from Noon to 2:00 pm on Saturday, February 10, 2024 at Short Funeral Home, 13 E. Grove Street, Delmar, DE. The memorial service will begin at 2pm. In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests donations to be made to the 2-1 Cavalry Association, 4320 Upham Street, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 in honor of Mr. Wright’s dedication and service to his country. Arrangements are in the care of Short Funeral Home in Delmar. Online condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.shortfh.com."

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Sylvester J. Borus Jr

Died : Feb 17, 2024

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Wilmington, DE

Sylvester J. Borus Jr, 77 of Wilmington, passed away on February 17, 2024. Syl was born in Wilmington and was a graduate of Newark High School. He proudly served in the US Army. Syl devoted 20+ years of machine operating at Wilmington Finishing and 10+ years nickel plating at Harper & Theil. He was a simple man who enjoyed his solitude; however Syl and his lifelong companion (Ginny Pierce) did enjoy time spent at Fraternal Order of Eagles Club. Syl was self sufficient and had the quality of not being bothersome. His quiet impact on his family will be cherished. Syl is survived by his children Frank Borus (Miriam Caraballo), Fredrick Pierce, John Pierce (Lucy Pierce), and James Pierce; grandchildren Jacob, Aubrey, Brayden, John Jr, Abigail, Thomas, and Ashley; and many great grandchildren. Syl is preceded in death by his great love of 40 years, Virginia “Ginny” Pierce; daughter Christina “Tina” Pierce; and grandson Matthew Pierce. Visitation for family and friends will be held Saturday, February 24, 2024, 11 am, memorial service starting 12 pm at Charles P. Arcaro Funeral Home, 2309 Lancaster Ave., Wilmington DE., 19805. Burial will be privately held. To send a flower arrangement or to plant trees in memory of , please .

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Benjamin Paul Di Sabatino III

Jul 06, 1949 - Feb 16, 2024

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Wilmington, DE

Benjamin Paul Di Sabatino III, 74, of Wilmington, passed away surrounded by loving family on February 16, 2024. Ben was born to the late Benjamin Paul Di Sabatino Jr and Julia Bell Di Sabatino on July 6, 1949, in Wilmington, DE. He proudly served in the US Marine Corps. Ben was a talented contractor by birthright and will be remembered by his contribution to the many locations all across Delaware he helped build. Ben built his life on the pillars of family, friends, and work. He loved a good meal, boating, muscle cars, and working out in the gym. Above all else he especially cherished moments and holidays shared with his children and friends. Ben is survived by his children Eleni Di Sabatino, Benjamin Paul Di Sabatino IV, Marc Di Sabatino (Stephanie Andrus), and grandson Nikolas Di Sabatino. He also leaves behind his dear friends Salvatore Causi and William Spence.A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at noon on Thursday, February 22, 2024, at St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church, 901 N. DuPont St., Wilmington, DE 19805. A viewing will begin at 10 am. The burial will be privately held at the Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery. To send a flower arrangement or to plant trees in memory of Benjamin Paul Di Sabatino III, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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