Miscellaneous New Castle County, Delaware Obituaries


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John R. Yates Sr., worked at Chrysler
Newark resident John R. Yates Sr. died on Dec. 5, 2000, at St. Francis Hospital.
Mr. Yates, 59, retired from the Chrysler Corporation after 32 years.
He is survived by his wife, Virginia V. Yates; sons, John R. Yates Jr. of Newark, Curtis McCoy of Rising Sun, Md. and Larry Barnett of N.C.; daughters, Brenda L. McCoy and Sharon L. Porter, both of Brookside; a brother, Arnold Yates of Earleville, Md.; sister, Shirley Barrett of Fair Hill, Md.; seven grandchildren; and 10 great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at Hicks Home for Funerals.

Janice M. Logan, registered nurse
Newark resident Janice M. Logan died on Dec. 7, 2000, at home.
Mrs. Logan, 64, was a registered nurse and a graduate of the Delaware Hospital School of Nursing, Class of '57. 
She was a Jehovah's Witness and a member of the White Clay congregation of Newark.
She is survived by her husband of 44 years, John G. Logan; sons, William Gary Logan of Newark and John David Logan of Pittsburgh, Pa.; daughter, Cynthia Catherine Logan of Wilmington; and eight grandchildren.
A service was held at the Marshallton Congregation Jehovah's Witnesses.

Mary E. Cirillo, homemaker
Newark resident Mary E. (DiAngelo) Cirillo died on Dec. 8, 2000, in the Christiana Hospital.
Mrs. Cirillo, 84, was born in Wilmington on Nov. 24, 1916. A homemaker, she was a former member of the Clarence Fraim Senior Center. 
She is survived by her daughter, Philomena A. Meehan of Wilmington; her son and daughter-in-law, John F. Jr. and Cora S. Cirillo of Baltimore; her brother and sister, Joseph DiAngelo and Gilda Casarino, both of Wilmington; six grandchildren; two great grandchildren; and nieces and nephews.
A funeral mass was held at St. Anthony of Padua Church.

Richard James Crouse, professor
Newark resident Richard James Crouse died on Dec. 8, 2000, at home.
Mr. Crouse, 61, received his bachelor's degree from Albright College in Redding, Pa., and his masters and doctorate degrees from the University of Delaware. 
He was a mathematics professor at the University of Delaware for 33 years and authored the textbook "Mathematical Questions from the Classroom." 
Mr. Crouse taught at St. Andrews School in Middletown where he also coached football, wrestling and crew. He coached three championship teams for the girl's Wildcats softball team in Newark.
He is survived by his wife, Joann M. Crouse; his son, Richard Andrew Crouse of Elkton; his daughter, Michelle May Glanis of Middletown; and his grandson, Nathan Andrew Crouse.
Services were held privately.

Edward R. Carpenter, earned
Purple Heart award
Newark resident Edward R. Carpenter died on Dec. 9, 2000, at home.
Mr. Carpenter, 77, had been a fire marshal with Chrysler Corporation, retiring in 1979 after 30 years. 
He was a decorated veteran (including the Purple Heart) of World War II, serving as a tail gunner in the U.S. Army Air Corps. He was a member of Aetna Hose, Hook, and Ladder Fire Company, where he served as Deputy Chief for over 20 years. He was a member of Delaware Consistory and a member of the Nur Temple Shrine.
Mr. Carpenter is survived by his children, Gary R. Carpenter of North East, Md., Graig H. Carpenter and Laura Brown, both of Middletown; his companion, Rafeikun Sham Khan of Newark; and her children, Yasmin Carr, Sayeed Khan, and Shazmin Khan; brother, Jack Carpenter of Binghamton, N.Y.; sister, Mary Raniewicz of Elmira, N.Y.; four grandchildren; and two step grandchildren.
Funeral services were held privately. 

Lucy Krchma Hajec,
Newark resident Lucy Krchma Hajec died on Dec. 9, 2000, at home.
Mrs. Hajec, 63, was born in Wilmington and retired from the University of Delaware after 15 years with the student housing department. She was a member of St. John's Holy Angel Church, where she volunteered. 
She is survived by her husband, Stan; sons, Nick Hajec and his wife Nancy of Virginia Beach, Va., and United States Naval Lieutenant Chris Hajec of Bath, Me.; daughter, Katie Downey and her husband Tim of Media, Pa.; sisters, Ann Wolfgang and her husband George of New Smryna Beach, Fla., and Jane Richardson and her husband Ivor of New Zealand; five grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. 
A mass of Resurrection was held at St. John's Catholic Church.

John Joseph Lloyd, 
Newark resident John Joseph Lloyd died on Dec. 6, 2000.
Mr. Lloyd, 56, was a decorated combat soldier retired from the U.S. Army Airborne Rangers. While serving two tours in Vietnam, he was awarded two Bronze Stars for Gallantry and three Purple Hearts. 
He was recently retired from the United Paper Worker's Union.
Lloyd was a member of the Vietnam Vets Motorcycle Club and past member of Over the Hill. He was the current and past coordinator of ABATE of Delaware.
He is survived by sons, John J. Lloyd Jr.; two grandchildren; two brothers; two sisters; and a brother Ed in Oregon.
Funeral services were held at Gebhart Funeral Home.

Ellen V. Mundorff, worked at Shue
Newark resident Ellen V. Mundorff died on Dec. 10, 2000, at home. 
Mrs. Mundorff, 87, worked for 10 years in the cafeteria at Shue Middle School, retiring in 1977. She was a member of Holy Family Catholic Church. 
She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law with whom she lived, Virginia and Francis Balascio; grandsons and their spouses, James Schwander and Mary, Chris Schwander and Michele, John Schwander and Denise, Greg Schwander and Kim, and Nick Schwander and Amy; and seven great grandchildren. 
Funeral services were private.

George Lemneos, worked at Acme 
Newark resident George Lemneos died on Dec. 10, 2000, at Christiana Hospital.
Mr. Lemneos, 80, retired in the late 1960's from Acme Poultry Company in Berlin, Md.
He is survived by his sisters, Kathryn Lemneos of New Castle, and Elizabeth Candler of Rehoboth Beach; and a brother, Harold of Jeanne Jugan Residence in Newark.
Mass of Christian Burial was held at Jeanne Jugan Residence.

Geraldine Lewis Shirley, former math teacher
Newark resident Geraldine "Jerry" Lewis Shirley died Tuesday, March 13, 2001.
Mrs. Shirley, 90, graduated from the University of Iowa and was, in her early adult life, a math teacher. 
In 1932 she married John W. Shirley and moved to Newark in the early 1960s when he was appointed to provost and academic vice president of the University of Delaware. 
She traveled world-wide, first with her husband and later on her own. She was a great advocate for education, art, and music. 
She is survived by her grandchildren, Lee, Karl and Sandra; and three great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at Robert T. Jones & Foard Funeral Home. Burial was in the Head of Christiana Cemetery, Newark.

Ellen Taylor
Newark resident Ellen Taylor, 86, died Sunday, March 18, 2001. 
Services and burial were held at Morris Cemetery, Phoenixville, Pa.

Ruth Kearns Anastasi, worked at Avon Products
Newark resident Ruth Kearns Anastasi died Monday, March 12, 2001.
Mrs. Kearns, 74, was employed with Avon Products, retiring in 1988, after 24 years of service. 
She was a member of Our Redeemer Lutheran Church.
She is survived by her husband of 54 years, George W. Anastasi Sr.; sons, George W. Anastasi, Jr. and his wife, Betty, of Earleville, Md. and Carl L. Anastasia and his wife, Patricia, of Newark; sister, Anna Snyder of Sunbury, Pa.; brother, Richard Kearns of Emigsville, Pa.; nephew, John E. Kearns and his wife, Grace, of Millsboro; granddaughters, Kellynn and Sara Anastasi; great granddaughter, Laina Houston.
Services were held at Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home. Interment was in Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery.

Scott A. Smith, former Green Beret
Newark area resident Scott A. Smith died Friday, March 16, 2001.
Mr. Smith, 46, retired from the U.S. Army after 18 years, serving as an MP and in Special Operations as a Green Beret. 
Most recently, he worked as a Federal Police Officer at Aberdeen Proving Grounds. He was a member of the Fraternal Order of Police and was an avid sports enthusiast.
He is survived by his wife of 26 years, Cindy A. (Pienta) Smith; daughter, Candy Ann Smith of North East, Md.; parents, Harry G. & Phyllis J. Smith of Elkton, Md.; sisters, Suzan J. Pini of Newark, and Sharon L. Hayworth of Lincoln University, Pa.; and grandchildren, Victoria Lynn and Zakiyah KeRen.
A funeral service with military honors was held at Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home. Interment was private.

Margaret W. Hedman, member DAR
Newark resident Margaret W. Hedman died Monday, March 19, 2001.
Mrs. Hedman, 92, belonged to the Associated Bible Students since 1952 and the Daughters of the American Revolution since 1992. 
She taught swimming at JCC and the YWCA for 20 years.
She is survived by her daughter, Shirley Ashworth of Newark and two grandchildren.
Services were held at the McCrery Memorial Chapel. Interment was in Riverview Cemetery.

Lewellyn Bowen, Christina District teacher
Newark resident Lewellyn Bowen died on Monday, March 19, 2001.
Mrs. Bowen, 67, had been a teacher in the gifted program of the Christina School District, retiring in 1991, after 34 years of service. 
She and her husband owned and operated Mr. Zickletoose & Topa Productions, a family entertainment company of storytelling, puppetry, comedy, and magic. They also handcrafted ventriloquist figures. 
She was a life member of the NEA and the DSEA. She was a member of several magic associations including SAM, IBM, and the Wilmington Knights and was a member of IVA (a ventriloquist association) and the National Storytellers of America.
She was a member of the Messianic Jewish Alliance.
She is survived by her husband of 43 years, Travis L. Bowen; brothers, John Richard Murphy and James Harold Murphy, both of Snow Hill, N.C.
Services and interment were private.

Carolyn Stilwell, World War II veteran
Newark resident, Carolyn Stilwell died Tuesday, March 20, 2001.
Mrs. Stilwell, 85, was a Navy WAVES veteran of World War II and a retired supervisor of the DuPont Company. 
She was a member of the Red Creek Garden Club, the Newark Century Club, the Newark Senior Center, the Newark Charitable and Social Club and the St. Marks U. M. Church.
She is survived by her brother, Thomas E. Stewart of Wilmington; sister, Jean Thoms of Sweetwater, N.J.; stepdaughter, Patricia Burbage of Wilmington; step-son, Frank H. Stilwell of Atlanta, Ga.; nephew, Edward T. Stewart of Wilmington; seven step-grandchildren; eight step-great-grandchildren.
Services were held at the St. Marks United Methodist Church. Burial was private.

David R. Eastburn, served in Vietnam
Newark resident David R. Eastburn III died Friday, March 23, 2001.
Mr. Eastburn, 54, is a veteran of the U.S. Army and served two tours in the Vietnam War where he received a Purple Heart with the 82nd Airborne. He then returned to the family business, Red Mill Nursery. He was a member of the local VFW Post #475
He is survived by his father, David R. Eastburn, Jr. and stepmother, Elizabeth Eastburn of North Fort Meyers, Fla.; son, David R. Eastburn, IV of Trumbull, Conn.; sister, Lynn Eastburn of Newark. 
Services were held at the First Presbyterian Church in Newark. Interment was at the Head of Christiana Cemetery.

David R. Reed, County planner 
Newark resident David R. Reed died on Wednesday, March 21, 2001.
Mr. Reed, 65, was a planner in the assessment department for New Castle County.
He is survived by his wife, Jeanne L. Reed; daughter, Jennifer A. Reed of Newark.
Services and interment were private.

Graham B. Clark, retired U.S. Marshall
Newark resident Graham B. Clark died on Friday, March 23, 2001.
Mr. Clark, 58, was a U.S. Army veteran who was stationed in England. He was a retired U.S. Deputy Marshall and a supervisor for the Wells Fargo Guard Service. 
He is survived by his wife of 30 years, Angela Trapanotto Clark; mother, Annie Mae Currin Clark of Oxford, N.C.; sons, Vincent Michael Clark and Francis Alexander Clark, both of Newark; nephews, Scott and Chris Willoughby of Irmo, S.C. 
Services were held at Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home. A funeral service was held at Oxford Baptist Church in Oxford, N.C. Interment was at the Nelson Baptist Church Cemetery in Nelson, Va.

Carolyn Youse Harrell, W.L. Gore employee
Former Newark resident Carolyn Youse Harrell died Friday, March 23, 2001.
Mrs. Harrell, 43, was a business leader for Elixir Guitar Strings at W. L. Gore and Associates. Previously, she was employed by Himont/Montell. 
She was a graduate of the University of Delaware with a bachelor's degree, and the University of Pennsylvania with a master's degree, both in mechanical engineering. She was a member of Tau Beta Pi, the engineering honor society.
She is survived by her husband of 20 years, Douglas Harrell; sisters, Ann Shields and her husband John of Mermaid, and Elizabeth Goetz and her husband Carl of Media, Pa.; mother, Joan Youse of Newark; niece, Amy Jewett; nephews, Jon Shields, Billy Jewett and Will Harrell; Uncles, Arthur Youse of Ripley, W.Va. and Charles Youse of Readsboro, Vt. 
Services were held at the Doherty Funeral Home. Interment was private. 

Helen M. Ritchie, homemaker
Newark resident Helen M. Ritchie died on Sunday, March 25, 2001.
Mrs. Ritchie, 86, was a homemaker. Services and Interment were private.

Truman Tackett, retired from Chrysler
Bear resident Truman Tackett died Saturday, March 24, 2001.
Mr. Tackett, 74, was a member of the American Legion and retired in 1989 from the Chrysler Corporation.
He is survived by his sons, Charles E. McRoberts of Kentucky, Gary W. of Delaware and David L. of Newark; brother, Zonia Tackett of Smyrna; sister, Marie Shepherd of Fort Pierce, Fla.; eight granddaughters; two great grandchildren.
A service was held on Friday, March 30, at Beeson Memorial Services in Christiana. Interment was held in Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery.

Jayaben N. Shah,
Bear resident Jayaben N. Shah died Monday, March 26, 2001.
Mrs. Shah, 73, was a homemaker. 
She is survived by her sons, Gautam M. Shah and his wife, Bharati, and Janak N. Shah and his wife, Sadhana; daughter, Javani K. Parikh and her husband, Kiran; three grandchildren.
Services were held at the Chandler Funeral Home in Hockessin. Burial was private.

Elizabeth Haggerty, Ronson Corp. retiree
Bear resident Martha Elizabeth Haggerty died Tuesday, March 27, 2001, at her daughter's home in Signal Mountain, Tenn.
Mrs. Haggerty, 86, was retired from the Ronson Corporation.
She is survived by her daughters, Mary Ann Robinson of West Point, Va., Jill Haggerty Yetter of Signal Mountain.; son, John William Haggerty of Bear; grandchildren, Deborah Parker of Saluda, Va., Susan Pullen of West Point, Va., Christopher, Beth and Nick Yetter, all of Signal Mountain; great grandchildren, Kaitlyn and Brandon Parker of Saluda, Va., Sarah, Hannah and Andrew Pullen of West Point, Va.; brothers, Fred Ponder of Orangeburg, S.C., and Stewart Ponder of Massey, Md.
No visitation or services were held.

Bradley R. Livingstone, Vietnam Navy veteran
Bear resident Bradley R. "Brad" Livingstone died on Wednesday, March 28, 2001.
Mr. Livingstone, 58, was a U.S. Navy veteran stationed in California and aboard the USS Turner Joy. He fought in the Battle of the Tonkin Gulf during the Vietnam War. 
He returned to Delaware in 1966 and was employed at DuPont Chambers Works, retiring after 32 years of service in 1998. Mr. Livingstone later worked for M. Davis in Wilmington. 
He was a member of the Red Lion Evangelical Church and for the past seven years was a member of the Faith City Family Church.
He is survived by his wife, Deborah L.; daughter, Angela L. Schoen and her husband, Gregory; son Christian Livingstone; mother, Barbara V. Livingstone; sisters, Judy McGlynn and Beverly Shevchuck; two grandchildren; seven step-grandchildren.
Services were held at the Faith City Family Church. Interment was at the Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery.

John E. Leduc, quality engineer for Chrysler 
Bear resident John E. Leduc died on Thursday, March 29, 2001.
Mr. Leduc, 60, was a graduate of Ryerson Polytechnic Institute with degrees in metallurgy and photography. 
He worked as a quality engineer for Chrysler Corporation, retiring after 30 years of service in 1996. He later worked for Thunderbolt Products as a regional sales representative until his death.
He is survived by his wife, Darlene; daughters, Jade Robinson-Leduc of Richmond Hill, Ontario, and Robyn Thomas of Windsor, Ontario; sister, Cecile Lindsay of Ottawa, Ontario.
Services were held at the Gebhart Funeral Home.

Charley M. Kegley, truck driver
Newark resident Charley M. Kegley, Jr. died on Thursday, March 29, 2001.
Mr. Kegley, 39, was a truck driver.
He is survived by his wife, Melinda F. Kegley; daughters, Brandi S. Hamrick of Middletown and Melissa N. Kegley of Newark; son, Michael R. Wilson of Wilmington; father, Charley M. Kegley of Elkton; grandmother, Hattie Lilly of Elkton; siblings, Kathy Coffin, Sandy Jones, Becky Coleman, all of Elkton and Jesse Hensley of Newark; three grandchildren.
Services were held at Hicks Home for Funerals in Elkton. Interment was in Gilpin Manor Memorial Park, Elkton.

Wilda H. Killinger
Newark resident Wilda H. Killinger died Saturday, March 31, 2001.
Mrs. Killinger, 99, is survived by her son, William G. Killinger of Wilmington; grandchildren, Mark Killinger and Jessica Killinger.
Services were held at Mrs. Killinger's residence. Interment was private.

Peter V. Kolonia, Jr., World War II veteran
Newark Resident Peter V. Kolonia, Jr. died on Saturday, March 31, 2001.
Mr. Kolonia, 80, was a graduate of Lafayette University and was in sales for most of his life. 
He was a veteran of World War II and served with the U.S. Air Force.
He is survived by his children, Peter Kolonia, III of New York City, Susan DeMoss of Wilmington, Margaret Jamison of Hockessin, Jeff Kolonia of San Diego, Calif. and Nancy Murphy of Bear; grandchildren, Jess, Ryan and Dana Jamison, Christie and Carley DeMoss and Taylor and Chad Murphy; siblings, Dorothy Tupper, David Kolonia, Bette Ketcham and Robert Kolonia.
Services were held at Ebenezer United Methodist Church in Newark.

Joyce DeWitt, great-grandmother
Newark resident Joyce "Gram" DeWitt died Monday, March 30, 2001.
Mrs. Dewitt, 83, was a homemaker.
She is survived by her children, Kathy DeWitt of Springdale, Ariz., Jerry DeWitt of Canton, N.J., Sandra McCaa of Bear, Hank DeWitt of Salem, N.J. and Kenneth DeWitt of Bridgeton, N.J.; 15 grandchildren; 11 great grandchildren.
Services were held at Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home. Interment was at the Hickory Grove Cemetery, Port Penn, Del.

Theodore C. Petroccia, retired Army Sergeant
Newark resident Theodore C. Petroccia died on Sunday, April 1, 2001.
Mr. Petroccia, 69, retired from the Army in 1977 as a Sergeant First Class. He was a member of the VFW Diamond Post.
He is survived by his daughters Kimberly Sammons of Newark and Angela Han of Honolulu, HI.; sisters, Angela Natale, Mary Lou Lyons, and Gloria Mariano all of N.J.; grandchildren, Donald "Kona", Ashley and Bianca.
Services were held at McCrery Memorial Capel followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at St. John the Beloved Church. Interment was in Gracelawn Memorial Park.

Beverly A. Pill, played in Newark Community Band 
Newark resident Beverly A. Pill died Thursday, March 29, 2001.
Mrs. Pill, 52, was an environmental health inspector with the state of Delaware for 10 years. 
She was a member of the First State Symphonic Band, the Newark Community Band and the Brandywine Pops Orchestra. 
She was an active member of the New Ark United Church of Christ and worked as a volunteer at Ashland Nature Center and Iron Hill Museum.
She is survived by her husband, Wallace Geoffrey Pill; children, Linda Pill of Baltimore, Md. and Stephan Pill of Newark; parents, Robert and Eleanor Alexander of Delmar, N.Y.; brother, Bruce Alexander of Winchester, Mass.; sisters, Carolyn Perez of Pacific Grove, Calif., Joan Fordham of Baraboo, Wis., and Holly Adams of Wilmington.
Services were held at the New Ark United Church of Christ in Newark.

Teressa Lynn Fullman, Governor Bacon Health Center employee
Newark resident Teressa Lynn Fullman died on Saturday, March 31, 2001.
Ms. Fullman, 43, was employed at Governor Bacon Health Center for more than 20 years, retiring in 1999.
She is survived by her mother, Carrie; stepfather, Samuel F. Green; brothers, Lloyd, Jerry and Keith Fullman; two stepbrothers; three stepsisters; three aunts; and three uncles.
Services were held at Congo Funeral Home, Wilmington.

James A. Metcalf Sr., U.S. Army veteran
Newark resident James A. Metcalf Sr. died on Monday, April 2, 2001.
Mr. Metcalf, 74, retired from E.A. I. as a senior field engineer. 
He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II and the Korean War, serving from 1945-46 and 1949-52. He served in the 7th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division. He was the recipient of the Bronze Star with Valor award during the Korean war. 
He is survived by his sons, James A. Metcalf Jr. of Bear, George T. Metcalf,Sr. of Newark, William J. Metcalf Sr. and Harry E. Metcalf, both of Newark; daughters, Nora Henderson of Palm City, Fla., JoAnne Townley of Newark, Rose Schultz of Middletown; sister, Catherine Smith of Philadelphia, Pa.; 16 grandchildren; and two great grandchildren.
Services were held at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church. Burial was in Gracelawn Memorial Park, New Castle.

Peter N. Black, oldest UD freshman in 1999
Newark resident Peter N. Black died Monday, April 2, 2001.
Mr. Black, 78, was self employed as a financial advisor, retiring in 1986. 
He was a 1941 graduate of Maritime High School. In 1999, he was the oldest freshman at the University of Delaware. 
He was a Merchant marine during World War II, a member of the Merchant Marine for nine years and the Coast Guard Auxiliary. He was involved in legislation to recognize the Merchant Marine as veterans in both New Jersey and Delaware. 
He is survived by his companion, Carole Ruthig of Cedarville, N.J.; sons, Nicholas P. of Medford, N.J., Anthony S. of Haddon Township, N.J.; brother, Spiro Black of Teaneck, N.J.; nine grandchildren and several godchildren. 
Services were held at Beeson Memorial Services of Christiana-Elkton. Interment private.

Gouverneur Evans
Newark area resident Gouverneur Evans died Monday, April 2, 2001. 
Mr. Evans was 89.
A memorial service was held for at Mealey Funeral Home. Interment was private.

Clara Duncan, worked for board of education
Newark resident Clara Hall Duncan died Thursday, April 5, 2001.
Mrs. Duncan, 84, worked for the West Virginia Board of Education for over 25 years. After her retirement, she worked as a volunteer helping the mentally challenged for the school district. 
She was a lifetime member of the Woman of the Moose Chapter #1803 in Tazewell, Va. She was also a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign War in War, W.V., the Calvary Baptist Church in War, W.V., and the Fincastle Baptist Church in Tazewell, Va.,
She is survived by her sons, Eugene Marcum and his wife Catherine of Newark, Tom Gullett of Bluefield Va., Howard Gullett of Niagara Falls, N.Y.; daughter, Vanasa Rae James of Bluefield, Va.; son-n-law, Paul Peterson of Tazewell, W.V.; sisters, L. Mae Walker of Huntington, W.V. and Gladys Sellers of JaneLew, W.V.; brother, James Oscar Hall of Wilmington, N.C.; nine grandchildren and six great grandchildren.
Services were held at the Mealey Funeral Home. Interment was in Grandview Cemetery in Bluefield, Va.

Frank Joseph Zippo, U.S. Navy veteran
Newark resident Frank Joseph Zippo died Thursday, April 5, 2001.
Mr. Zippo, 73, was a self employed carpenter for 40 years. He served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean conflict and enjoyed fishing, golfing and camping in his RV.
He is survived by his wife of 40 years, Elizabeth Camerote Zippo; daughters, LuAnne Sult and her husband Paul of Toms River, N.J., Judy Huber and her husband Sonny of Beechwood, N.J., Donna Barczewski and Herb Snyder of Newark, Susan DiFrancesco and her husband Joseph of Middletown, and Shirley Feeney and Robert Dunlap of Elkton, Md.; brothers, Sam Zippo of New Brunswick, N.J., Tony Zippo of Mount Joy, Pa.; and 10 grandchildren.
Services were held at Beeson Memorial Services of Christiana-Elkton. Interment was private.

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