Dennis raised a daughter, Summer Dennis, and worked as grounds supervisor in the Rocky Point and Mount Sinai school systems on Long Island before retiring in Essie Dough Payne, 77, died Monday night [Sept. I was living the life! Survivors include her husband of Wenatchee; three sons:
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Twiford Colony Chapel in Manteo is in charge of arrangements. Payne was born in Stumpy Point, and worked with real estate sales, land development and as an agent of the American Family Life Assurance Company. He also worked in his early years as a commercial fisherman and completed three tours of duty in the Portsmouth Naval Yard.
Besides his wife he is survived by three daughters: Seagle of Chesapeake, Va. Ward of Southern Shores and Patsy L. Payne of Macclesfield; two sons: Payne of Mobile, Ala. Overton Of Chesapeake; twelve grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Burial will take place in the Cudworth Cemetery In Wanchese. Twiford's Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
She was a native of Dare County and lived at Stumpy Point all her life. She was a daughter of Theodore S.
Britt Hooper Twiford and the wife of Ellard Payne. Besides her husband, she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Ivadean Gray of South Norfolk, Va. Beuna Midgett of Norfolk; three grandchildren. Neal Boyd, assistant pastor. Jack Cohoon accompanied at the organ. The Casket was covered with a pall of white mums, pink glads and fern. Burial followed in the Manteo Cemetery. He was a native of Creeds Hill and had lived in Rodanthe for the past several years.
Sudie Midgett Payne; two daughters, Mrs. Payne [should be Midgett] and Mrs. Ruby Mae Toler of Rodanthe; one sister, Mrs. Sadie Quidley of Buxton; two brothers [step-brothers] , Jethro Payne of Wanchese and Farrow Payne of Salvo; seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Burial will follow in the family cemetery. Twiford Funeral Home in Manteo is in charge of arrangements. The casket was covered with a pall of red and white carnations.
Louise Leary sang "Beyond the Sunset" accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Leary sang "God Be With You". Burial was in the family plot. Rebecca Meekins Payne, 71, native of Rodanthe, and widow of the late Joseph Farrow Payne, for many years a resident of Wanchese, died at the home of a niece, Mrs. Folger Payne of Wanchese, Wednesday night [Aug. She was the daughter of the late J. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday afternoon by Rev.
Lawrence, pastor of the Assembly of God Church, at 2: Funeral services for Mrs. Rebecca Meekins Payne, 71, who died Wednesday of last week, were conducted at 2: Burial was in the Garrison Cemetery at Wanchese. Payne, 89, of St. Petersburg and Manteo, died May 25 in a St. A native of Stumpy Point, he was the son of the late Wellington M. He was a retired chief petty officer in the U.
Besides his wife, Mr. Payne is survived by a daughter, Jean Basnight of Manteo; two sons: Payne of Columbia; a step-son: Woody Mitchell of St. Burial with Masonic rites will be in the Manteo Cemetery. He was a son of the late William J. He was a member of the Stumpy Point Methodist Church. Surviving him besides his wife are two sons: Payne of Elizabeth City and S.
Payne of New York; two daughters: Lenemyer and Miss Carita Payne, both of Norfolk; three brothers: Payne of Elizabeth City, F.
Payne of Stumpy Point and R. Payne of New York; a sister, Mrs. Funeral services will be conducted Sunday afternoon. Sadie Faye O'Neal Payne.
She was the wife of Jethro Mullin Payne, Jr. Besides here husband, other survivors include three daughters: Willimina Jennette of Manteo, Julie K. A funeral service will be held today Thursday at 2 p. Twiford's Colony Chapel in Manteo is in charge of arrangements. A funeral service will be held at 2: Burial will follow in the Yeatesville Cemetery. The family will receive friends from He was a veteran of the U.
Army and was self-employed as a dealer for Ryder Truck Rentals. Truxton Waldo Payne, Sr. A celebration of life will be held Saturday, Dec. Burial will be in Cudworth Cemetery, Wanchese at 2 p. Payne, 80, died Sept. Payne was a dentist in Norfolk for 48 years. He was born and raised in Stumpy Point, N. He was preceded in death by his wife of 33 years, Betty Jervis Payne.
He served in the U. Army prior to beginning his dental practice. He was an active supporter of local arts and his art work was exhibited in local art shows. William Dempsey Payne, 30, formerly of Wanchese, was the victim of an automobile wreck in Boston, Mass. Funeral services were held in Boston at 2: Clarence Payne, Corbett Payne, Jr. Norman Paquette of Oxford, Mass. He had lived for a number of years in Dorchester, Mass. He was only recently married.
Wilma Estelle Basnight Payne. Payne was born in Creswell, and was a retired motel housekeeper and a member of the Manteo Baptist Church. Surviving are one daughter, Carolyn Jean Payne of Wanchese; three sons: Payne of Manteo; 8 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held Saturday, Feb. Steve Crews and the Rev.
Twiford's Colony Chapel in Manteo is handling arrangements. Zenith Fearing Payne, Jr. Born in Wanchese, he was the son of the late Zenith F. Collins Graham of Norfolk, VA; seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Payne was preceded in death by two brothers, Nathan O. Payne and Thomas Payne. A funeral service will be held on Monday, June 25, at The family will receive friends and relatives at the funeral home on Sunday from 6: A funeral will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.
Burial will follow at Manteo Cemetery. The family will receive friends and relatives at the funeral home Monday from 7 to 8: The family would like to express their great appreciation to the staff of Britthaven of Outer Banks for the care they provided to Mrs. Charles Oden Peel, Jr. Later he became the first licensed charter boat captain in Virginia Beach. In he built Mako Marina, the first private marina at Rudee Inlet. The remainder of his life was spent with his family, Grace Bible Church, on the ocean commercial fishing.
Miller and husband, the Rev. Cason of Fort Meyers, Fla. Miller of Warsaw, Farrell H. Augusta Laughinghouse Peele, 81, widow of the late Capt. Peele and a resident of Manteo for over 60 years, died in a hospital in Burlington at 2 p. Wednesday afternoon [April 11, ]. She had been ill for the last five years. She resided in Manteo until recently when she moved to Burlington to make her home with one of her daughters. Peele was born in New Bern. She was a charter member of the Manteo Rebekah Lodge and was a member of the Mt.
Olivet Methodist congregation in Manteo. She is survived by two daughters and two sons: There are six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted by the Rev. Olivet Church in Manteo on Saturday. Burial will follow in the Manteo Cemetery. The hour of the service had not yet been announced when the paper went to press.
Twiford Funeral Home of Manteo is in charge of funeral arrangements. Carlus George Peele, Sr. He was a native of Hatteras and was retired in from the Corps of Army Engineers and after his retirement he lived at Hatteras. He was the son of the late George and Mrs.
Eliza Miller Peele; two daughters: Louise Sullivan of Sharon Hill, Pa. Wilma Scaroborough, and Mrs. Margaret Quidley, all of Hatteras, and Mrs. Lucy Daniels of Seattle, Washington; 8 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at 2 p. She was a member of the Hatteras United Methodist Church and a homemaker. Burial will follow in the Manteo Cemetery, Manteo, N. Peele, a native of Hatteras, N. She was the widow of Wesley Litchfield Peele. The funeral will be conducted at 2 p. Friends may join the family at the residence. The Virginian-Pilot - unknown date. Peel died Saturday morning [July 17, ] in a hospital. A native of Manteo, he was a son of Capt. Eugene Peel and Mrs. Agusta Laughinghouse Peel and the husband of Mrs.
He was a veteran of WWII and a retired civil servant. Besides his widow he is survived by a brother, Reginald Peel of Wildwood, N. Agusta Pennystone and Mrs. Edith Fulcher of Norfolk, Mrs. Delia Williford of Fayetteville, and Mrs. Lillian Midgett of Cape Hatteras, N. Burial will be Monday at 4 p. Frazier Luther Peele, who was born in Hatteras in , was killed instantly in an automobile wreck on July 13th  on NC four miles north of Hatteras Village.
He was a highly respected leader in his community, and was given credit for the first Engelhard to Hatteras Ferry back in the 's. With very little formal education and foresight to see a desperate need for a ferry to cross this island, and no money, Mr. Peele, on a shoestring, started his first ferry for the people there on the Island. Realizing the need, he started a service that eventually brought about this operation to the attention of the State Highway Commission, which later resulted in the State buying the Ferry.
During that year the State acquitted the business which Peele operated on a toll basis. Prior to operating the Hatteras-Ocracoke Ferry, he ran a freight and passenger boat from Hatteras to Engelhard. In addition to the State position, Peele was an operator of a truck line and a restaurant in Hatteras which bears his name.
He was a descendant of one of the oldest and most famous families on the Island. Peele's immediate survivors are his widow, Mrs. Viola Willis Peele; his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Gaskill Peele; three sons: Carl Ludwick of Hatteras; two brothers: Alan Ballance of Elizabeth City, Mrs.
Luther Austin and Mrs. Donald Oden of Hatteras; and 9 grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p. Friday afternoon in the Hatteras Methodist Church of which he was a member.
Frazier Luther Peele, 63, of Hatteras was killed instantly in a wreck July 13 at Highway 12 four miles north of Hatteras village. Peele, who was driving a Buick Skylark, was traveling south on N. Trooper Britton, who investigated the accident, said that Peele ran across the center line and hit the left rear wheel of the trailer.
Britton said that Stephens ran off the road trying to avoid the accident but was unable to get the trailer off quickly enough. He reported no negligence on the part of Stephens.
There was some speculation that he may have suffered a heart attack. Stephens was not injured. Peele was port captain of the Hatteras docks for the ferry run operated by the N.
Highway Commission, in which employ he had been since During that year the State acquired the business which Mr. Peele had operated on a toll basis.
Prior to operating the Hatteras-Ocracoke ferry, Peele had run a freight and passenger boat from Hatteras to Engelhard. In addition to the state position, Mr. Peele was operator of a truck line and restaurant in Hatteras bearing his name.
Funeral services will be conducted at two o'clock Friday afternoon in the Hatteras Methodist Church, of which he was a member. Mike Peele of Virginia Beach; one daughter, Mrs. Donald Oden of Hatteras; and nine grandchildren. His father was the late Luther Peele of Hatteras.
Peele was formerly in the Merchant Marines. He was also a veteran of the US Coast Guard. He was a self-employed custom painter for several years. He was a devoted husband and grandfather. Survivors include his loving wife, Louise Whedbee Peele; children: Holloman of Virginia Beach, Barbara J.
Waterfield of Charleston, S. Holloman of Virginia Beach and Stephen R. A graveside service was held Wednesday. The infant daughter of Mr. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at the graveside in the Manteo Cemetery. Surviving the infant besides here parents are her grandparents, Mr. Tom Russell and Mrs. Etta Peele of Manteo. Infant girl Peele, daughter of William Maxton and Mrs.
Phyllis Reid Peele, died [Feb. Besides her parents, she is survived by her paternal grandmother, Mrs. Juanita Peele of Buxton; maternal grandparents, Mrs. Jessie Tolson of Frisco; paternal great-grandmother, Mrs. Beatrice Peele of Hatteras and Mrs. Paula Fulcher of Buxton. She is also survived by a sister, Miss Michelle Peele of the home. The body is being sent from Fort Rucker to the Twiford Island Chapel in Hatteras pending completion of funeral arrangements.
A native of Hatteras, he was the youngest son of the late Frazier and Viola Peele. Mike taught marine biology in the Norfolk Public School System for 28 years. He was an exceptional teacher who excited his students and shared his enthusiasm for an insatiable curiosity about the marine environment.
A master storyteller with a tremendous sense of humor and compassion, Mike touched all of those he encountered. Over a year period, he carried more that students on excursions to the Dry Tortugas off Key West, Florida. There they snorkled, fished, explored and learned in the world's ultimate classroom--a tropical island in the Gulf Of Mexico. Mike was proud of his culinary skills and thoroughly enjoyed delighting friends with his exotic dishes.
For several years he operated the Hatteras Seafood Pavilion, the largest seafood tent ever at Harborfest. He ran the water patrol, issuing fishing reports to tidewater fishermen and he captained numerous sportfishing charter boats in Virginia Beach and along the Outer Banks.
It was common knowledge that he was a devoted husband and father. He loved his wife and four children with a passion. Mike Peele will always be our hero. Survivors include his wife, Jean Howell; his three daughters: Barry Lubin; and a list of relatives and friends too lengthy to mention.
Mike declined both a funeral and a memorial service. He will be cremated and his family and select friends will distribute his ashes off Ocracoke Beach. A memorial service will be conducted on Friday, April 6, at Twiford's Island Chapel, Hatteras is assisting the Peele family. Leo Lee Peele, 76, a native and lifelong resident of Hatteras, died Thursday morning of last week [Dec. He was a retired commercial fisherman, son of the late George T. Beatrice Austin Peele; three daughters: Bennie Barnett of Frisco and Mrs.
Jack Leatherwood of Cape May, N. Wallace Lee, William M. Peele of Hatteras; 17 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild. Farmer, pastor of Assembly Of God Church. The casket pall consisted of red and white carnations, white gladioli and fern. Alice Gray accompanied at the organ. Pallbearers were Maxton Peele, Jr. Burial followed in the family cemetery.
She was a native of Hatteras and has lived there for the past 20 years. She was the daughter of the late Spires Singleton and Mrs. She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star , a member of the United Methodist Church, the membership secretary of United Methodist Women and one of the founders and present secretary of the Hatteras Village Library. Surviving are two daughters: Jermaine Hamer of Hatteras and Mrs. Patricia Burgess of Norwich, Conn.
Peele of Norwich, Conn. Brittie Gaskill and Mrs. Comfort Austin both of Hatteras, and Mrs. Martha Comer of Dobson; one brother, John T. Oden of Griffin, Ga.
Burial was in Maplewood Cemetery in Norwich, Conn. Peele, born in Elizabeth City, was a commercial fisherman and a Protestant. Besides his parents, Mr. Fagley of Frisco; and three brothers: A funeral will be at 2 p. Holt Clarke and Dwight Burrus. Burial will be in the family cemetery in Frisco. Twiford's Island Chapel in Hatteras is in charge. Louise Day Peele, 61, died at July 15  at the Albemarle Hospital after an illness of 3 weeks.
She was a native of Hatteras but had been living in Wanchese for the past 3 years. Besides her husband she is survived by 5 daughters: Lavenia Willis and Mrs. Myrna Abbott of Wanchese, Mrs. Matilda Gibbs of Norfolk, Mrs. Ella McPherson of Camden, and Mrs. Lila Willis of Texas; one step-daughter, Mrs. Eileen Etheridge of Wanchese; two step-sons: Lauris Peele of Wanchese and William E. Peele of Norfolk; one brother, James Austin of Hatteras; and 21 grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon at 2 p.
Carroll Daniels, pastor, assisted by Rev. Burial was in the Cudworth Cemetery. Elmo Daniels and Mrs. Roscoe Gallop accompanied at the piano. The casket was covered with a pall made of pink glads, white glads, white carnations and fern.
In her lifetime, Margaret Peele weathered many a storm, endured tough economic times, and witnessed German U-boats blowing up Allied shipping within sight of her village in World War II. She was lived in her home on Kohler Road since and raised her four children there. Miss Margaret was such a fan of old time country music and had the trip of her life when her daughter and son-in-law took her to the Grand Ole Opry where she was honored with seats in the first row.
Margaret was predeceased by her parents, her husband Fulford, son Shanklin Peele, and grandson Robbie Gray. She is also survived by her sister, Careda Midgette and brother, Lionel Willis. Services will be held at 2 p. The family will receive guests in her home on Kohler Drive in Hatteras.
Twiford Funeral Home of Hatteras will be opened between noon and 6 p. He was a native of Hatteras and lived here most of his life. He was employed by Texaco Inc. He had worked for the company since He was owner of the Capt.
He was the son of Mrs. Besides his wife and mother, he is survived by one sister, Mrs. Sharon Ludwick of Hatteras; two brothers: Peele of New Orleans and Irish W. Peele of Virginia Beach. Funeral services were conducted Saturday at 2: Burial was in Basnight Cemetery in Frisco. Twiford Island Chapel in Hatteras has charge. Peele was born in Columbus, GA and was a massage therapist. Besides his father and grandmothers, Mr. Peele of Hatteras; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and many friends in Baltimore.
Carl Agee and Dwight Burrus officiating. Twiford Island Chapel, Hatteras is assisting the family with arrangements. He was a retired commercial fisherman, carpenter, and boat builder.
Peele is survived by two sisters, Elise Peele Dixon and Lovie Peele Leatherwood both of Frisco; a special nephew and caretaker, Michael Peele and wife Claudia of Hatteras; and numerous nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends and relatives at Twiford's Island Chapel, Hatteras on Monday, January 19, from 1: Cory Oliver and the Rev. A reception followed at the old home place.
Twiford's Island Chapel, Hatteras assisted the family with arrangements. Nettie Baker Peele, 74, of Buxton, died Thursday at her residence. She was the daughter of the late Solon and Mrs. Lizzie Austin Peele and the wife of the late Daniel Rollinson.
She is survived by two daughters: Audrey Clark of Portsmouth, Va. Evelyn McKinney of Frisco, Mrs. Rosette Milbury of Collingwood, N. Louis Sharp of Norfolk, Va.
Peele was a member of Hatteras United Methodist Church. Survivors include two sisters, Germaine Hamer of Portsmouth, Va. Benjamin Peele of Hatteras. Loving Funeral Home, Churchland, is handling arrangements. Paula Juanita Fulcher Peele. Her family was her greatest love and crowning glory. She is survived by four children, William Maxton Peele Jr. Goodman, Michael Oden Peele and wife Claudia. She is also survived by her sisters Agnes and Carol and many nieces and nephews and family friends, Pat Deffons.
A native of Manteo, N. Other survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Augusta Pennystone and Mrs. Lillian Midgett of Norfolk, Va. A funeral service will be held Monday at 11 a. Burial will be in a Wildwood Cemetery. A native of Baltimore, Md. Other survivors include a sister, Mrs. Ora Wright of Baltimore.
A funeral service will be held today at 2 p. Burial will be in Quidley Cemetery. Shanklin Fulford Peele, Jr. He served with the U. Air Force and then attended Pitt Technical College. They sold the motel in and Shankie had completed the requirements for his captain's license to run a charter boat. His true love was auto mechanics, and his friends said they believed he could repair anything. He was a member of the Hatteras United Methodist Church and several civic and community organizations.
In addition to his wife and mother, he is survived by his daughters: A memorial service is scheduled for Friday, Jan. Shanklin Fulford Peele, Sr. Peele was a retired captain with the N. Besides his wife, he is survived by two daughters: Burroughs of Raleigh and Mona P. Dickens of Hatteras; two sons: Peele of Virginia Beach, Va. Eliza Ballance of Elizabeth City; ten grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren.
Don Brown and the Rev. Burial was to follow in the Quidley Cemetery in Buxton. Twiford's Island Chapel in Hatteras was in charge of arrangements. Peele was a native of Buxton and resided in Hatteras. She was a homemaker and a member of the Hatteras Assembly of God Church. She was the daughter of Edward Allen and Mrs. Beside her husband and parents she is survived by one son, Michael Edward Peele of the home; two sisters: Nancy Marie Auston and Cynthia A.
Searles, both of Greenville. A church service will be conducted on Sunday, March 29, at 2 p. Burial will follow in the Peele family cemetery. Twiford's Island Chapel in Hatteras is in charge of arrangements. She was the daughter of the late Robert L. Roger Barnett and Rev. Burial will be in the Cudworth Cemetery. Twiford Colony Chapel, Manteo is assisting the family.
Peele was a native of Hatteras and lived there for the major portion of his life. He was a retired warrant officer in the U. Funeral services were conducted on Wednesday afternoon at 2 p. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Lillie Oden Peele; two sons: Peele of Hatteras; two daughters: Germaine Hamer of Yokasuka, Japan and Mrs.
Mabel Holloman of Tarboro, Mrs. Annie Muse of Pamlico and Mrs. Rhoda Mason of Atlantic; eight grandchildren. He was the husband of Mrs. Lillie Oden Peele and a son of Ivey B. Except for a duty station in Norwich, Conn. Besides his widow, surviving are two sons, Oden B. Peel of Norwich and Ivey B. Peele of Hatteras; two daughters, Mrs.
Germaine Hamer of Yokasuka, Japan, and Mrs. Patricia Burgess of Norwich; two brothers, Charles R. Peele of East Hampton, L. Mabel Holloman of Tarboro, N. Annie Muse of Pamlico, N. Rhoda Mason of Atlantic, N. A memorial service will be conducted today at 2 p. Viola Willis Peele, 74, the widow of Frazier L. Peele and a lifelong resident of Hatteras, died Thursday [Aug.
Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Sharon Ludwick of Hatteras; two sons: Keith Peele of New Orleans, La. A funeral will be held Saturday at 2 p. Burial will be in the family cemetery in Hatteras with Twiford Island Chapel in charge. Peele, born in Hatteras, was a commercial fisherman and a veteran of the U. He was the son of the late Leo Jr. Twiford Island Chapel is handling arrangements. Peele was born on Hatteras Island on July 12, Peele and Cain W. Burial will be in Manteo Cemetery.
William Elisha Peele, Sr. He was a veteran, having served in the U. He was a member of the Assembly of God church. In addition to his parents, Mr. Funeral services will be held at the funeral home on Friday, at 2: The family will receive friends at the residence. He was a member of the Church of God of Prophecy. Etheridge and wife, Delia of Wanchese, NC. The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Monday evening from 6: William Maxton Peele, Sr.
He was a native and lifelong resident of Hatteras. He was a commercial fisherman and for the past two years had been employed as manager of the Co-Op Sea and Sound Fish Co. Besides his mother he is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Juanita Fulcher Peele; two sons: William Maxton Peele, Jr. Goodman and Miss Sharon Peele, both of Hatteran; three sisters: Beatrice Barnette of Frisco, Mrs. Dixon of Buxton; two brothers: Lee and Nacie Peele, both of Hatteras; and 4 grandchildren.
Burial followed in the Peele Family Cemetery in Hatteras. A native of Hatteras, he lived here eight years. He was a son of William E. Patsy Midgett Peele and the husband of the late Mrs. He was a member of Hatteras First Methodist Church.
Surviving are two sons: Lauris Peele of Wanchese and William M. Peele of Virginia Beach; three daughters: Jesse Etheridge and Mrs. Myrna Abbott of Wanchese and Mrs. Lila Willis of Virginia Beach; three step-daughters: Lavenia Willis of Wanchese, Mrs. Matilda Gibbs of Chesapeake and Mrs. Ella McPherson of Manteo; 23 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. A funeral service will be conducted Thursday at 2 p. She was a homemaker and a member of Marvin United Methodist Church.
A funeral service will be conducted on Thursday, December 4, at Burial will follow at the Fulcher Cemetery in Frisco. The family will receive friends and relatives at the church on Wednesday from 7: Twiford's Island Chapel, Hatteras is assisting the family with arrangements.
He was born in Yatesboro, Pa. Pellegrini is survived by his wife, Annie Fulcher Pellegrini of the home; two sons: Burial will follow in the Fulcher family cemetery in Hatteras. Edgar Donald Pentecost, Jr.
Born in Stutgart, Germany on January 8, , he was raised in a military family. He was the son of the late Edgar D. He grew up in Manteo and was employed as a local carpenter for many years. He was a member of Roanoke Acres Church of Christ. Surviving are one daughter, Jordan L. The family held a memorial service Dec. A scattering ceremony will be private at a future date.
Gallop Funeral Services was entrusted with arrangements. Pentecost, born in Roanoke, Va. Army, 82nd Airborne Division. He is survived by his wife of 53 years, Nancy Perine nee Reynolds. Perine proudly served his country in the U. Navy and was a member of the American Legion — Coinjock.
A Memorial Service will be held at Interment of Cremains will immediately follow the service in Southern Shores Cemetery. He was a native of Kitty Hawk but had been living at Virginia Beach for the last three years. Calsia Midgett Perry, and was in the Coast Guard for two years. Darjis Sidwell of Virginia Beach, Mrs.
Virginia Caputo of Norfolk, Mrs. Thelma Wright of Oceana. Thedis Hurst of Kentucky. Gertie Wells of Minnesota; 17 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The subject of this notice is Belinda Perry, who was born Nov. Her older brother, B. Tillett, preceded her to the grave on last August 14, after making his stay on earth 82 years 3 months and 16 days. She was the daughter of Samuel Tillett and Sallie Beacham, his wife.
At about the age of 22 she was married to Dempsey Perry and unto this union were born 10 children, 6 boys and 4 girls, all of which together with her husband, survive, except one son who died at the age of She leaves 45 living grandchildren and 7 living great-grandchildren, together with a host of friends and neighbors to mourn their loss, yet we all feel that our loss is her eternal gain.
She professed a hope in Christ and on the 4th Sunday in July, , she together with her husband, was baptized into the fellowship of the church at Kitty Hawk, N. She has since had the pleasure of seeing several of her children profess a hope in the Lord Jesus and given desire to follow their Lord and Master in the liquid grave to live in the loving fellowship of the church of her espousal.
She enjoyed the confidence and esteem of all who knew her and her children are today living monuments of a kind hand and parental training so that they love the truth, have good credit and are honorable among men.
She was taken with the "flu" and owing to her advanced age could not finally recover but continued to grow weaker until of May 13th she gently passed away and her spirit returned to God who gave it. The remains were taken to the Austin Cemetery and the last resting place well marked, there to await the resurrection morn when this vile and mortal body shall be changed and fashioned like unto the glorious body of our Lord Jesus.
May we all bow in humble submission to the will of Him who doth all things well. Perry, 76, of Kitty Hawk, died Tuesday, February 8, at his home. Funeral services were conducted Thursday afternoon at 2: Perry is survived by his wife; six sons: Earl Keller of Florence, S. Kenneth Oslund of Ocean View, Va. Sam, Tom and S. Perry of Kitty Hawk; two sisters: Lizzie Hines of Kitty Hawk; and 4 grandchildren. Dare County Times - Friday, February 11, ; pg. Midgett officiated, assisted by Rev. Special musical selections were sung by a choir made up of Mrs.
Nellie Caldwell and Mrs. Dare County Times - Friday, February 18, ; pg. Bonnie Beacham Perry, 68, died Sunday [Sept. A native of Dare County, she was a daughter of John T. Drusilla Gordon Beacham and wife of Joseph D. Besides her husband, she is survived by a son, Clifton G.
Lumber Yard in Farmington before finding full-time employment. He also had a small band. Miller was predeceased by his wife. He is survived by three sons,. Saturday, August 4, A World War II veteran was honored as the veteran of the month. Sangster, born June 28, in Thomaston, enlisted in the Army in Sangster was trained as an electrician and was deployed to Europe f. While in Europe, Sangster met his future wife, Virginia Byrd,. After they were married on June 28, , Sangster.
Sangster was in charge of military vehicles and supervised. Sangster was discharged on Jan. He returned to his home on Elm Street in Thomaston. They had two children,. Gerald Sangster and Jeanne Byrd Sangster. Sangster worked for Innes Brothers Construction Co. He was a member of American Legion Post 22 in Thomaston. He is buried in Hillside Cemetery. American Legion Post 44's th Veteran of the Month. The ceremony will start at 10 a.
The flag of World War II. Following that portion of the tribute, Victor P. Wilson, formerly of Warren,. Wilson's flag will be raised and flown for a month.
After the ceremony Post 44 invites veterans and guests to gather. Veteran of the Month BZ page. Wilson Late of Warren, Connecticut. Wilson was born on the 15th day of December At age 8 his parents purchased a acre farm in Warren, Connecticut. He attended local schooling at the. Warren West School, worked on the family farm and when of age. He worked on the Merrit Parkway in the New Haven. He supplemented his income by trapping. Camp Wheeler in Macon, Georgia for his basic military training.
His advanced training was in the area of heavy equipment maintenance. Upon completion of his training he returned to Bridgeport, Connecticut. He next was posted to Charleston, South Carolina to become. He spent the remainder of his military experience on. Ascension Island, building and maintaining a landing strip. Once home he and his wife lived with her parents as he became.
He took advantage of the G. He furthered his skills. In he built his own home on two acres of land formally part. Victor and Helene never.
Victor remained a carpenter, but being a workaholic and a jack. Peters Lutheran Church, a member of Post of the. He was known to. The nickname although not common. President Wilson had used it as a campaign slogan.
It derived from a turn of the century brand of Rye named: The only explanation was that he was dominating. Wilson was taken from his family on the 10th of June He was survived by wife Helene, a brother Percy. Kim of Goshen, Connecticut, plus eight grandchildren and ten. He was interned at the Warren New Cemetery with full Military honors. A generation of Americans who knew right from wrong, who believed. We thank the Wilson family for bringing.
Private First class Victor P. Saturday, June 2, Frank Fabbri, a co-founder of the Veteran of the Month program. This morning we have the privilege of honoring a local legend, a gentleman. Post 44 and a co-founder of this very ceremony started some 29 years ago.
Today, we honor World War Two. Frank was born in Litchfield on the 7th day of July to Thomas. He lost his father in his preschool years to an industrial. He tired of school and left to seek a trade, his last prewar job. The nation was at war and Frank enlisted in the United States Navy.
He next was posted to the Philadelphia Naval Yard. In preparation for crew assignments he attended 4 weeks. Denver sailed for the South Pacific.
The exploits of the USS Denver are volumes, but the short version. It was so badly shot up that at wars end it was retired and sold for scrap. From the beginning of its actions, to the vary last; on hand was Seaman Frank Fabbri. Discharged on the 23rd of December Frank returned to his. Later in life Frank was awarded the Connecticut Wartime Service ribbon. Upon his return he married Carmella Murrelli and fathered four children.
He gained employment in Waterbury and acquired state certification. Frank like many of this Nation's "Greatest Generation" came home. Frank's life was altered and shaped by his service. His devotion to his. Denver crew mates and what they stood for never left his subconscious. The bonds formed by war, and how a man reacts is sometimes a mystery.
Frank's reaction was positive and assertive. Francis Frank fabbri took that bond with his nation and his service. He took it upon himself to ensure. To ensure communism and this. He taught young people flag etiquette organized and championed. Channel 5 Veterans cable T. He belonged to and participated in no less than.
He spent countless hours at the Bantam Cemetery,. But maybe, just maybe, it is this very program, The "Veteran of the Month".
After all, he filled out his application to be honored by. Frank was taken from his community and family on the 5th day of June He is survived by his children Francine Komisar and husband Larry of Goshen,. Francis "Frank" Fabbri; a champion of causes, a focal point for dissent,.
Granddaughter Taylor Komisar authored a poem in. He may no longer be with us but his loyal dedicated,. Patriotic sprit will continue to grace other Veteran's,. Veteran ofthe Month Ceremony.
Saturday, May 5, This morning at our first outdoor ceremony of Richard came into this world, in Pittsfield Massachusetts on the. At the age of 6 months his family moved to. North Canaan where he spent the rest of his life. Europe was at War and London was being bombed daily. Richard Phair reported to Fort Devens Massachusetts. October of as a Combat Infantryman and was. He arrived in Europe on the 7th of September and was. As fate would have it they were about to engage.
He was hospitalized and rotated state side to the Camp Upton, New York hospital. Records show that Richard Phair was issued a Disability Discharge. He was awarded The Purple Heart with Oak leaf cluster. He returned to North Canaan and his family. It was time to resume. The job market was crowed with returning veterans,. Richard enrolled at Albany College earned a degree in Pharmacology.
He was an amateur radio operator and member of the American Radio Relay League. He was a devoted golfer and rarely missed a chance to play. He cared for his fellow veterans and was a member. He was a people person and enjoyed the company of his fellow man. His warm friendly, sincere and cheerful nature earned him the respect. He always loved having his family and friends to share a meal. It was only in his later years that he showed his pride in his service.. As with most veterans of his era it was only on rare.
Richard was taken from his family on the 21st of January in his. He was interned at Mountain View cemetery with full military honors followed. Richard was predeceased by his beloved wife of 62 years. Mary Morgan Phair and his son, John Phair. He was survived by his. Post 44 is proud to have this opportunity to honor one of.
There never was a question about honoring United States Army. Saturday, April 7, Dennis, who died on Oct. Dennis enlisted in the Marines in and traveled to Parris Island, S. His first assignment following training. The unit was assigned to the 6th Fleet and stood ready. Dennis also served two tours in the Mediterranean Sea and a tour in.
His final assignment as a Marine was at. He was promoted to sergeant when his enlistment ended on July 1, Upon his discharge from the Marines, Dennis received the. After his military career, Dennis attended Pace University,. Dennis raised a daughter, Summer Dennis, and worked. He served on the final honors squad of the. Torrington Veterans Service Office. He was a member of the. Dennis was born Aug. Saturday, March 3, Major Colvocoresses has the distinction of being the only locally.
Harold Colvocoresses, who served his country during three wars. Colvocoresses was honored during a service Saturday at. It was the st consecutive monthly. Colvocoresses, who died on Nov. Harry Colvocoresses III with flag in memory of his grandfather. Colvocoresses was educated in Litchfield and Washington, D. He attended the U. Naval Academy for two years,. He resigned from the academy for academic reasons and.
Colvovoresses resumed his retirement after the war and lived in. He was promoted to major and. Major Colvocoresses seated with his staff and Marine mascot in their. Georgia recruiting office during World War I. Colvocoresses was a member of American Legion Post 27 of Litchfield,. Michaels Church and the Litchfield Country Club.
This morning we celebrate our st consecutive Veteran of the Month. Major Colvocoresses has the distinction. He graduated from St John's. Preparatory Schoolin June of and upon graduation took. His military career started when he entered the Naval Academy in May of Alas, it was not to be and he resigned for academic reasons in Upon reaching the age of 20 he took a military examination and in September.
More than one way to skin a cat. His first military duty was as an engineering. Ten Months later in July of he was diagnosed with Tuberculosis. He and his wife Alice traveled in search of Tuberculosis cures, visiting. When WWI broke out in Europe he set aside his retirement status and. Between and he and his wife lived in Santa Fe, San Antonio. In , upon the death of his parents, he and his wife. In the period between and Another war was on the horizon and at the age of sixty he again volunteered.
During his service he had. King, who was destined to be Chief of Naval Operations. He resumed active duty with a promotion to permanent. In Sept of at the mandatory retirement age of 64 he was shown the. A man who loved his country,.
He returned to Litchfield. His known awards and decorations are the World War. Victory Medal and the American Campaign Medal. He was a member of the American Legion Post 27 of Litchfield,. Michaels Episcopal church and the Litchfield Country Club. He stressed thrift, and had several sayings that reinforced that value. He saved every scrap of wood, sheet medal, leather and used nails.
He passed away on November 1st and was interned in the family. He was survived by his wife. Alice Lee Colvocoresses, a son Harold L. Harold L Colvocoresses, also a veteran, comes from a family whose. Post 44 wishes to Thank Harold for his help in. United States Marine Corps. Lieutenant James Fields Mayenschein. On Saturday, February 3, American Legion Post 44 of Bantam. Lieutenant James Fields Mayenschein,. Veteran of Iwo Jima and uncle.
Lieutenant Mayenschein, February's Veteran of the Month,. American Legion Post 44 of Bantam celebrated the. Mayenschein died during the invasion of Iwo Jima,. With his troops from Company B pinned down by enemy sniper fire and mortars,. Mayenschein organized a withdrawal of his men and those who were wounded. Toward the end of the withdrawal, Mayenschein was fatally wounded. He was represented at the veteran of the month service by his.
Bryan Simmons of Litchfield. A flag honoring Mayenschein. Mayenschein, posthumously, was awarded the Silver Star Medal;. He is survived by his two children, James Mayenschein. Mayenschein was born March 9, , the son of Harry James.
The family moved to Malden, W. He enlisted in the Marines in and served a tour at Guantanamo Bay.
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