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Ptog 10A Tha Star-Democrat Wednesday. August 23, 1989 obituaries 1 8 ft Percy R. Kirwan E ASTON Percy R. "Pert" Kirwan of Prospect Ave., Easton, died at Memorial Hospital, Easton on Sunday, August 20, 1989. He was 64. Born in Crapo on Nov. 19, 1924, he was the son of the late Ralph Benjamin and Mildred Foxwell Kirwan. After attending public school in Wicomico and Dorchester counties, he began farming until 1946. At that time he entered the Merchant Marines and worked on the Maryland Ferry System which ran from Claiborne to Romancoke until its closing. He then began working for McKinney Willis as a millwright until 1956 when he retired due to a medical disability. A member of St. Mark's United Methodist Church, Easton, he devoted much of his time to his nieces and nephews. Mr. Kirwan is survived by a sister, Katheleen A. Patchett of Easton; three brothers, Philip L. Kirwan, Sr. of Trappe, Russell E. Kirwan and Franklin W. Kirwan, both of Easton; several nieces and nephews. He is predeceased by two brothers, Benjamin T. Kirwan, who died in 1970 and Ralph B. Kirwan, Jr., who died in 1930. Funeral services will be held at the Newnam Funeral Home, Easton on Thursday, Aug. 24 at 1:30 p.m. The Rev. Howard L. Gordy, Jr., minister of St. Mark's United Methodist Church, Easton will officiate. Burial will be at Dorchester Memorial Park, Cambridge, with family members, Edward Patchett, III, Tim Kirwan, Scott Meintzer, Brian Brown, Philip L. Kirwan, Jr., Micah Risher, Ray Jones and Michael L. Kirwan, serving as pallbearers. Friends may call at the funeral home on Wednesday from 7-9 p.m. Memorial donations may be made to Upper Shore Diabetic Association, Rt. 3, Box 99B, Cen-treville, Md. 21617. Elizabeth Gibbs Elizabeth Gibbs of Baltimore, who died on Aug. 7, is survived by two nephews, Henry Blake, Jr. of Easton, and Charles Blake, of Chestertown. Their names were omitted in obituary information given to the Star-Democrat. Charles W. Collins LAWNDALE, Calf. Charles W. Collins died July 20, 1989. He was 75. ... . v. ' ft Bonrffov.4, Ml, wa4hfcft son of the late Harry JColUns and Myrtle I. Fluharty of Fed-eralsburg. He had been a resident of Lawndale and Hawthorne since 1958, after retiring from the Navy. He was a World War II and Korean War Navy vetern, a member of Fleet Reserve Assoc.,Branch 039, Inglewood Charter Member, Hawthorne Lodge 2240, B.P.O.E. Charter Member, Westchester Lodge 2050, and the American Legion Post 12. Mr. Collins is survived by his wife, Blanche Delila Collins of Lawndale; two brothers, Koland Collins of Milford, Del and Lester H. Collins of Parsonsburg, Md.; three sisters, Lillie White of Seaford, Del., Hazel Murphy of Bridgeville, Del., and Alice Trice of Federalsburg. There will be a private cremation in Astoria, Ore. Arrangements by Pierce Bros Del Fox Mortuary. Betty J. Boda ST. GEORGES, Del. Betty J. Boda of Broad Street in St. Georges, Del., died Sunday, Aug. 20, 1989 at her daughter's home in Northumber, Pa. of cancer. She was 57. Her husband, the Rev. Alexander S. Boda, was pastor for 14 years of the Tilghman Charge, covering five United Methodist churches in the Talbot County A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK We all live by the clock and calendar, The "right time" is a way of life for a society caught in the throes of technological advancement. Working hours and business appointments are established. On the lighter side, many lives are regulated by TV soap operas, game shows, special programs and sports events. Surprisingly, some people find themselves in a state of boredom for want of something to do. This is regrettable because there is always something one can do to expand one's mind, or to help someone else. Wasted time is the rejection of the gift of time. Wasted time irretrievably passes on into an unyielding, unrecoverable past. Speaking of time, the right time to discuss or plan "prear-rangements" is AHEAD of time. It saves a worrisome, confusing and sorrowful situation for others at a difficult time. That is why "our time is your time" anytime you wish for such a discussion. Even now today No obligation, naturally. Newnam Funeral Home Easton Maryland 822-3131 MEMBER B INVITATION NATIONAL SELECTED MORTICIANS AN INTf ftNATKMAl ASSOCIATION Of area. He is now pastor of St. Georges United Methodist Church in St. Georges, Del. Mrs. Boda was an accomplished pianist. In addition to her husband, she is survived by four children, the Rev. John Boda, of Waynesville, N.C., Jan Boda of SevierviUe, Term., James Boda of Lindale, Texas, and Joy Milbrand of Northumber, Pa.; her mother, Mrs. Freda Bragg of Rivesville, W.V.; one brother, Carl Zuspan Jr. of Grafton, W.V., and six grandchildren. Funeral services will be Thursday, Aug. 24, at 10 a.m. at St. Georges United Methodist Church in St. Georges, Del. Friends may call Wednesday evening at the church from 7-9 p.m. Burial will be in Tilghman United Methodist Church Cemetery at 1 :30 p.m. Thursday. Contributions may be made to the memorial fund of St. Georges United Methodist Church. Arrangements are by the Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home in New Castle, Del. Terry G. Couch BALTIMORE Terry G. Couch of River's Edge Park, Millington, died Tuesday, Aug. 22, 1989, at University of Maryland Hospital in Baltimore of heart failure. He was 64. Born in Birmingham, Ala., the son of the late Walton and Katherine Couch, he was a retired clerk for the State Highway Administration in Cen-treville. He was a Marine Corps veteran of World War II, where he was awarded the Bronze Star for gallantry. He participated in the invasion of Guadal Canal and also in the occupation of Japan. He was a member of the American Legion Post 192 of Millington. He is survived by his wife, Jean H. Couch; three daughters, Kathleen Campbell of Wilmington, Del., Beverly Spry of Chestertown and Carol Chase of Chicago, 111. ; one brother, Melvin Couch, Gardendale, Ala., one sister Betty Lindsey of Atlanta, Ga. ; and six grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at noon on Thursday, Aug. 24, at the Fellows Funeral Home, 370 West Cypress St., Millington, where friends may call one hour prior to the service. Burial will be in the Eastern Shore Veterans Cemetery, Hurlock. Contributions may be made in his memory to the Kent & Queen Anne's Mtaseue Sqoad? Chester-' town, Md. 21620. Asa N. Chandler Jr. HAMPTON, Va. Asa Neal Chandler Jr. died Monday, Aug. 21, 1989 at his home in Hampton, Va. He was 62. Born April 21, 1927 in Birmingham, Ala., he was the son of the late Asa Neal and Evelyn Nolan Chandler Sr. His wife is the former Diane Hurst of Dorchester County. Mr. Chandler had served in the U.S. Army for 23 years, retiring as a Major. He served in Korea and Vietnam, and was the first Mary lander wounded in Korea. During his service he was awarded the Silver Star, the Bronze Star and also the Purple Heart. He had retired from the military in 1968 and went into civil service until retiring in 1984. In addition to his wife, Diane Hurst Chandler of Hampton, Va., he is survived by three daughters, Shawn C. Hope of Hampton, Va., Evelyn C. Frank, of New York City, N.Y. and Vickie C. Prentiss of Hampton, Va.; three sons, Asa N. Chandler III of Hampton, Va., Douglas N. Chandler of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Donald C. Chandler of Augusta, Ga.; 11 grandchildren, one brother and one sister. Graveside services will be held Wednesday, Aug. 23, at 2 p.m. at Dorchester Memorial Park, with the Rev. David B. Mulford officiating. Donations can be made John R Mercsron C F S P INOC PENDENT FUME A At DIKE C TOMS to the American Cancer Society, PO Box 295, Cambridge, Md. 21613. The Thomas Funeral Home in Cambridge is handling the arrangements. MorleyA. Jull CAMBRIDGE Morley A. Jull of Cambridge died Tuesday, Aug. 22, 1989 at Dorchester General Hospital. He was 58. Born April 13, 1931 in Washington, D.C., he was the son of Marion Louise Monkley Jull and the late Morley Allen Jull Sr. He attended schools in Prince George's County, graduating from McKinley Tech High School in 1949. He graduated from the University of Maryland in 1954. He served in the U.S. Air Force from 1954-56. He and Judy Moore were married Feb. 19, 1959. Mr. Jull had taught school in Prince George's County for several years, until he moved to Cambridge in 1961. He taught school in several Dorchester County high schools until his health forced him to retire after the last school year. He had been active in educational programs throughout Dorchester County. He was a communicant of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in College Park, and a co-founder and past president of Dorchester Heritage Museum. In addition to his wife, Judy Moore Jull of Cambridge, he is survived by his mother, Marion Monkley Jull of Princess Anne; one daughter, Sharon D. Jull of Cambridge; one son, John H. Jull of Crestview, Fla., and one grandson. Funeral services will be held on Friday afternoon at 1 p.m. at Christ Episcopal Church in Cambridge, the Rev. Joseph Y. Seville officating. Burial will follow in the family burial plot in Old Trinity Churchyard. The family will receive friends on Thursday from 7:30-9 p.m. at the Thomas Funeral Home in Cambridge. Donations can be made to the Morley A. Jull Scholarship Fund, in care of Cambridge-South Dorchester High School in Cambridge. Pallbearers will be Charles Beckley, Richard Lee, Robert Krewson, William Slacum, Chet Knight and Jon Sampson, with honorary bearers Jerry Mc-Culley, Dale C. Price Sr., Steve Unangst and Donald Merchant. Six Convenient Locations 116 Hammond St. Easton, MD 822-7228 These shoes mill haue you in stitches. POWELL FOR MEN Salisbury Seaford Easton Milford Dover Rehoboth Onley Jeff ery Hurley TOWSON Jeffery Carl Hurley, formerly of Preston, died Tuesday, August 22, 1969, at the Father Sheehan Center, Stella Maris Hospice Unit, in Towson. He was 34. Born at Fort Lewis Washington, he was the son of James A. Hurley of Preston and June Corkran Hurley of Seaford, Del. He was raised in Preston where he attended Preston Elementary School. After graduation from Colonel Richardson High School, he moved to Washington, D.C. where he worked for the U.S. Department of Agriculture. He later moved to Los Angeles, where he was a secretary for the J.C. Penney Co. After returning to Maryland, he lived in Baltimore with a friend, Sue Davis. He is survived by, in addition to parents, his stepmother, Jane Hurley of Preston; three brothers, Bruce Hurley of Hurlock, Duwane Hurley of Preston and John Hurley with the U.S. Navy; and a grandfather, Carl Corkran of Federalsburg. He was preceded in death by his sister, Jenise Hurley, who died in 1979. A graveside service will be held on Friday, August 25, at 10 a.m at Unity Washington Cemetery in Hurlock with the Rev. Leonard J Wheatley, minister of Bethesda United Methodist Church in Preston officiating. The family has requested that in lieu of flowers, memorial donations De made in his name to the Stella Maris Hospice Unit, Dulaney Valley Road, Towson, Md. 21204. Tired of your5 Wheels? List your promt car for sal in classified. Your massage will reach more people for less money. And when you look for your own ad, you may Just dtocover the new car of your dreams I 1 I VNERALHOME Florist ' Monuments Vaults Let us handle all of your funeral needs at a price you can afford. Complete funeral 995. OO (does not include Cemetery cost) Cast Sprays Hearts, Sprays, Baskets, Weddings, etc. 413 Gay St. Denton, MD 479-3848 USA Up to 60 of them In fact. Because these are Dexter handsewn shoes. Traditional. Comfortable. 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