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Johnny Butch Barnhill, 49, of Flomaton, Ala.
Johnny Butch Barnhill, 49, of Flomaton, Ala., died Saturday, July 1, 2000, at his residence following an extended illness.
Barnhill was a native of Lumberton and a resident of Milton, Fla., before moving to Flomaton three years ago. He was a truck driver and member of the Flomaton Free Will Baptist Church. He was a veteran of the U. S. Army.
Survivors include his mother, Mildred Thompson of Oak Island; his wife, Charlene Ellis Barnhill of Flomaton, Ala.; two sons, Chris Barnhill of South Bend, Ind., and Kevin Bishop of Greenville, Ala.; two daughters, Tiffani Barnhill of Gainesville, Fla., and Lisa Tipton of Milton, Fla.; three sisters, Brenda Kay of Tuscon, Ariz., Beverly Weinstein of Vienna, Va., and Harriet Gore of Whiteville; three grandchildren.
Funeral services were held July 3, 2000, at Williams Memorial Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Curtis Joyner and the Rev. Jerry Keese officiating. Burial was in Flomaton Cemetery.

Cynthia Prentice Kuester, 69, of Belville
Cynthia Prentice Kuester, 69, of Belville died Sunday, July 9, 2000.
She was born April 3, 1931, a daughter of the late Harry and Ernestine Engel. She was graduated from the University of Michigan and was employed with Michi-gan Bell Telephone Company for 28 years. She was a former resident of Boiling Spring Lakes and a member of the Women's Golf Association at Fox Squirrel Country Club.
Surviving are her husband, George H. Kuester of Belville; step-sons and families George Jr. and Heidi Kuester and grandchildren Erika, Krista and Geoffrey of Ohio, and Kurt Kuester and Debbie Davis of Florida; one sister and husband, Jane and Angel Jaimie of Michigan; cousins John and Lillian Engel, Steve and Helen Engel, all of Florida, Barbara Winkler of New Jersey and Dan and Betty Bielefeld of New York; friends Jean Kirby and Jan Mandeville of Boiling Spring Lakes.
No formal funeral is planned. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society.

Roy G. Sellers Sr., 75, of Winnabow
Roy G. Sellers Sr., 75, of Winnabow died Sunday, August 20, at Lower Cape Fear Hospice Care Center.
Sellers was born in Brunswick County on September 18, 1924, and was the son of the late L. O. and Nimie Danford Sellers. He was also preceded in death by a brother, Harold Ray Sellers.
Sellers was a U. S. Army veteran serving in Germany during World War II. He was a member and former deacon of Mill Creek Baptist Church and was a retired farmer.
He is survived by his wife, Mary Johnson Sellers of Brunswick Cove; two sons, R. G. Sellers Jr. and wife Sue of Leland, Carlton Sellers and wife Pam of Rural Hall; a daughter, Dorothy S. Edwards and husband Kenny of King; two grandchildren, Ken Edwards of Walkertown, and Tanya Sellers of Leland; three great-grandchildren; a brother, Thomas Sellers of Southport; three sisters, Eva Mae Varnam and Lara Linker of Bolivia and Margaret Holmes of Shallotte.
Graveside funeral services were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Robbins Cemetery, Bolivia, with the Rev. Avery Lumsden officiating. Nephews served as pallbearers. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Lower Cape Fear Hospice Care Center, 1406 Physicians Drive, Wilmington,NC 28401.
Coble Ward-Smith Funeral Service and Crematory, Supply Chapel.

Douglas James Fairbanks, 55, of Oak Island
Douglas James Fairbanks, 55, of Oak Island died Wednesday, August 16, 2000, at New Hanover Regional Medical Center.
The family received friends at Peacock-Newnam Funeral Home Friday evening.
Fairbanks was born August 21, 1944, in Cook County, Ill., and moved to Oak Island in 1979. He was a U. S. Navy veteran and was employed as foreman with the Brunswick County garage.
Survivors include his wife of 27 years, Lou Fairbanks of the home; a daughter, LuAnn Bennett of Cummings, Ga.; three sons, James Edward Bennett Jr. of Sandy Springs, Ga., Harry G. Bennett of Leland and William R. Bennett of Oak Island; a sister, Nancy Brinkley; five grandchildren.
Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society Fund for Children, 3131 Wrightsville Avenue, Wilmington, NC 28403.
A Peacock-Newnam service.

David Monroe Parks Sr., 65, of Oak Island
David Monroe Parks Sr., 65, of Oak Island died Monday, August 21, 2000, at Dosher Memorial Hospital.
Arrangements will be announced by Peacock-Newnam Funeral Home.
Parks was born December 2, 1934, in Forsyth County, a son of the late Ralph and Irene Lee Parks, and moved here from Winston-Salem 15 years ago. He was a retired home-building contractor, a graduate of Griffith High School in Winston-Salem, a member of Oak Island Lodge #758 A.F. & A.M. and Oak Island Moose Lodge.
Survivors include three sons, David Monroe Parks Jr. of Oak Island, Jeffrey Alan Parks and James Gregory Parks, both of Winston-Salem; two brothers, Roger Parks of Florida and Charles Parks of Winston-Salem; three sisters, Betty White, Faith Landreth and Ann Goforth, all of Winston-Salem; seven grandchildren.
Peacock-Newnam Funeral Home, Southport.

Maynard Harrison Owens, 71, of Shallotte
Maynard Harrison Owens, 71, of Shallotte died Friday, September 8, 2000, in Brunswick Community Hospital.
He was born in Wilson, a son of the late William Robert and Nancy Almeta Owens. He retired in 1986 following 30 years employment with the U. S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service. He was a member of Shallotte Lodge 727 and Scottish Rite Bodies, Wilmington Consistory.
Surviving are his wife, Peggy Owens; two sons and their wives, Glenn and Sharon Owens of Bolivia and Kenneth and Carrie Owens of Radford, Va.; a daughter and son-in-law, Audrey and Keith Gore of Walkertown; one sister and brother-in-law, Nancy and David Gay of Wilson; six grandchildren.
Funeral services were conducted Monday at Calvary Baptist Church by the Rev. Dr. John Peverett and the Rev. Bill Greer. Burial was in Brunswick Memorial Gardens with Masonic rites.
Memorials may be made to the Calvary Baptist Church Building Fund, 623 Village Road, Shallotte, NC 28470.
Brunswick Funeral Service and Crematory, Shallotte.

Denis Lowell O'Toole, 64, of St. James
Denis Lowell O'Toole, 64, of St. James died Saturday, September 16, 2000, at New Hanover Regional Medical Center.
A reception for family and friends will be held from 3 to 7 p.m. today (Wednesday) at the O'Toole residence.
O'Toole was born June 5, 1936, in Watertown, N. D., son of the late Albert C. and Luceil Culey O'Toole, and moved here from Vienna, Va., five years ago. He was a retired systems analyst with Boeing Computer Services.
He was the widower of Nancy Shaffer O'Toole and is survived by two sons, Michael B. O'Toole and wife Jennifer of Napa, Calif., and Timothy P, O'Toole of San Diego, Calif.; and a soon-to-be-born grandchild.
Memorial contributions may be made to Polycystic Kidney Foundation, 4901 Main Street, Suite 200, Kansas City, Mo., or American Heart Association, 4701 Wrightsville Avenue, Wilmington, NC 28403.
Peacock-Newnam Funeral Home, Southport.

Charles William Calary, 71, former resident
Charles William Calary, 71, died September 6, 2000, in Dunedin, Fla.
He was born in Baltimore, Md., and moved from North Carolina to Florida in 1990. He was a purchasing agent for Reynolds Tobacco for 21 years and owned Ocean 1 Realty in Oak Island.
He was a member of Lakeside Presbyterian Church in Tarpon Springs, Fla., had served in the U. S. Army and was a veteran of the Korean Conflict.
Survivors include his wife, Janet; sons, David of Southport and William of Tampa, Fla.; daughter, Melanie Calary of Winston-Salem; a brother, John Crispens, and a sister, Catherine Sapia, both of Baltimore, Md.; one granddaughter.
A memorial service was held Monday at Lakeside Presbyterian Church in Tarpon Springs.

Todd John Neeley, 25, of Oak Island
Todd John Neeley, 25, of Oak Island died September 18, 2000, at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte.
He was a Wilmington native, born March 23, 1975, to J. Kirk and Phyllis H. Neeley. He was graduated from North Brunswick High School in 1993 and was a student at Brunswick Community College in health information technology. He attended Ocean View United Methodist Church in Oak Island.
Surviving are his parents of Oak Island and one brother, Scott K. Neeley of Charlotte.
A memorial service was held Saturday at his home in Oak Island.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in his name to Ocean View United Methodist Church, 600 Yaupon Drive, Oak Island, NC 28465.
Arrangements by National Cremation Service.

Harry B. Soloway, 87, Oak Island resident 
Harry B. Soloway, 87, died Thursday, September 14, 2000, in Wilmington. 
Born in Connecticut, he moved to Morristown, N. J., in 1946 following service in the Army. There he established and ran a cabinet-making business. After retirement, he live in Long Beach for most of each year. He was a member of Rotary International, played clarinet in the Brunswick Concert Band and was an avid golfer.
Surviving are his wife, Thelma, of Oak Island, two daughters, Julie Poole and Susan Daul, both of North Carolina; and a son, Pete Soloway, of Princeton, N. J.; five grandchildren, Julie, Michael and Matthew Daul and David and Anna Soloway.
He was buried in Rocky Mount.

Mrs. Marion N. Marlowe, 82, of Southport
Mrs. Marion Norment Marlowe, 82, of Southport died Thursday, September 21, 2000, at Dosher Memorial Hospital.
A graveside service was conducted at 3 p.m. Sunday at Northwood Cemetery with the Rev. William Rice officiating. Serving as honorary pallbearers were members of Southport Fire Department.
Mrs. Marlowe was born January 31, 1918, in Southport, a daughter of the late George Leslie and Ina Winfree Norment. She was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church.
Survivors include her husband of 64 years, Edward Marlowe of the home; two daughters, Patricia Marlowe and Mary Lois Beheler, both of Southport; a son, George (Dickie) Marlowe of the home; a sister, Mary Lee Norment of Charlotte; seven grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; six great-great-grandchildren.
Memorial contributions may be made to Southport Fire Department or Southport Rescue Squad, East Nash Street, Southport, NC 28461.
Peacock-Newnam Funeral Home.

Mrs. Margaret P. Wyatt, 57, of Caswell Beach
Mrs. Margaret (Peggy) Perkins Wyatt, 57, of Caswell Beach, formerly of Greensboro, died Sunday, September 24, 2000, at New Hanover Regional Medical Center.
Mrs. Wyatt was born in Marion and was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Perkins of Asheville. She was a graduate of Salem College and lived in Greensboro for 32 years. Mrs. Wyatt was a member of Greensboro First Presbyterian Church, Junior League, Symphony Guild and the Eastern Music Festival Auxiliary. After moving to Caswell Beach, she was involved in local volunteer activities. She also was an editor and writer.
Survivors include her parents and husband, Robert R. Wyatt; daughter, Stephanie Wyatt Leo of Charlotte; two grandchildren, Hannah and Kate Leo; two brothers, Richard Morrison Perkins of Asheville and Thomas Randolph Perkins of Charlotte.
A memorial service will be held at Greensboro First Presbyterian Church at a date to be determined.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra, 200 North Davie Street, Greensboro, NC 27401; phone 336-335-5456.
Arrangements by Andrews Mortuary Market Street Chapel, Wilmington.

Lewis Henry Trent, 69, of Supply
Lewis Henry Trent, 69, of Supply, formerly of Oak Island, died Thursday, September 21, 2000, at Brunswick Community Hospital.
Trent was born July 7, 1931, in Cumberland County and was the son of Mrs. Moleta Auman Trent of Lincolnton and the late Cleland M. Trent. He was a member of Mt. Olive Baptist Church. Trent owned and operated L&M Variety in Long Beach and operated the post office in Long Beach for five years. He was a U. S. Army veteran.
Survivors in addition to his mother include his wife, Mildred S. Trent; two sons, Steve Phillips of Supply and Robert Shepard of Clover, S. C.; four daughters, Marsha Cochran of St. Pauls, Karen Shepard of the home, Sharon Jarvis of Gastonia and Cynthia Doty of Ash; a brother, James Trent of Concord; two aunts, Velma McLawhorn of Denver and Juanita Wallace of Troy; 22 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Saturday at Mt. Olive Baptist Church with the Rev. Anthony Clemmons officiating. Burial followed in the church cemetery. Active deacons of Mt. Olive served as pallbearers; honorary pallbearers were the grandsons.
Coble Ward-Smith Funeral Service.

Kathleen Hall Barber Barnes, 80, of Cary
Kathleen Hall Barber Barnes, 80, of Cary died Friday, December 1, 2000, at her home in Cary.
Her funeral will be held Thursday at 1 p.m. at First Christian Church in Wilson with Dr. Lynn White officiating. Burial will follow at Maplewood Cemetery. A memorial service was held Sunday at Glenaire in Cary; a second memorial service will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. at Trinity United Methodist Church in Southport.
Mrs. Barnes was born in Burlington, but lived in Wilson, Southport and Cary. A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, her career as a school teacher and guidance counselor spanned more than 35 years. She was an active member and officer of the Southport Woman's Club, Southport Garden Club, North Carolina Association of Educators and Alpha Delta Kappa professional sorority. She was a former member of First Christian Church in Wilson and a long-time member of Trinity United Methodist Church in Southport.
She is survived by her daughter, Sarah Barnes Barbee Whittington and husband Eddie J. Whittington of Cary; her son, James Thomas Barnes Jr. and wife Robin Leonard Barnes of Pine Knoll Shores; six grandchildren, Franklin P. Barbee Jr. of Raleigh, Christopher T. Barbee of Greensboro, Tyson J. Whittington, Ashley H. Whittington, Heather M. Leonard and Lindsey K. Barnes. Mrs. Barnes was preceded in death by her husband, James T. Barnes, the long-time manager of the Standard Products menhaden facility in Southport.
The family will receive friends Thursday from 11 a.m. to noon at Thomas-Yelverton Funeral Service, 2704 West Nash Street, Wilson.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Trinity United Methodist Church (Atlantic Avenue, Southport, NC 28461) or to the Alzheimer's Association (919 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611-1676).

Earline Rogers Garrish, 81, of New Bern
Mrs. Earline Rogers Garrish, 81, of New Bern and formerly of Southport, died Saturday, December 2, 2000, at Bayview Nursing Center, New Bern.
Graveside service was conducted at 1 p.m. Monday at Northwood Cemetery with the Rev. Ray Webb officiating.
Mrs. Garrish was born July 3, 1919, in Duplin County, a daughter of the late Roscoe and Eveline Rackley Rogers, and lived in Southport most of her life before moving to New Bern in 1998. She was a member of Beach Road Baptist Church, Live Oak Chapter of Order of Eastern Star, and formerly worked with Harrelson's Grocery.
She was the widow of David B. Garrish and is survived by a son, David Ray Garrish and wife Sylvia of New Bern; a sister, Lillie G. Morrill of Rock Hill, S. C.; two grandchildren, Jamison Garrish Parker and Jennifer Garrish Bialowas; two great-grandchildren, Alexis and Jordan.
Memorial contributions may be made to Live Oak Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, 203 East Nash Street, Southport, NC 28461.
Peacock-Newnam Funeral & Cremation Service, Southport.

Ed Vance Baldwin Sr., 96, of Oak Island
Ed Vance Baldwin Sr., 96, of Oak Island died Saturday, December 2, 2000, in Dosher Memorial Hospital in Southport.
He was born in Columbus County, son of the late Amos Vance and Lucy High Baldwin. He was widower of the late Eva Batten Baldwin. He was a barber in Whiteville for 40 years. He was a member of Hallsboro Baptist Church.
The funeral service was conducted at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Peacock's Chapel in the Pines by the Rev. Ed Vogt. Interment was in the Flynn Cemetery.
He is survived by a son, Ed Vance Baldwin Jr. of Oak Island; a daughter, Agnes Long of Hallsboro; a sister, Jeraleen Little of Clarkton; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to Hallsboro Baptist Church, P. O. Box 86, Hallsboro, NC 28442.
A Peacock Service.

Harry Q. Simmons Sr., 81, of Henderson
Harry Quinton Williams Sr., 81, of Henderson died Friday, December 1, 2000, at his residence.
He was a retired county agent with N. C. State University's Cooperative Extension Service. He served the extension service in Greene, Wake and Bertie counties before moving to Vance County in 1961. He received the Distinguished Service Award in 1971. After his retirement in 1979, he served for almost a decade as sales supervisor for the Henderson Tobacco Market. He was a U. S. Army veteran, having served in the Phillipines and Japan. 
A former resident of Newport, he attended Newport River Primitive Baptist Church.
Surviving are his wife, Mildred Jewell Taylor Simmons of Henderson; sons, Harry Q. Simmons Jr. of Caswell Beach and Alva Taylor Simmons of Charlotte; a sister, Signa Rose S. Roberts of Newport. 
The funeral service was held Tuesday at Newport River Primitive Baptist Church with elder J. M. Horne officiating. Burial was in Amariah Garner Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Munden Funeral Home and Crematory, Morehead City.

Michael Edward Woody, 47, of Winnabow
Michael Edward Woody, 47, of Winnabow died Tuesday, November 28, 2000, at Lower Cape Fear Hospice Health Care Center.
The graveside service was conducted at 11 a.m. Thursday at Oleander Memorial Gardens with the Rev. Dan Norman officiating.
Woody was born March 6, 1953, in Brevard, a son of the late Berlin and Mildred Smith Woody, and moved here 25 years ago from Gastonia. A U. S. Navy veteran, he was employed as a plumber for 20 years and more recently had worked as a retail merchandiser. He attended New Hope Presbyterian Church.
Survivors include his wife of 23 years, Kimberly Neville Woody of the home; three brothers, James Woody of Goldsboro, Richard Woody of New Jersey and John Palazzo of Wilmington; three sisters, Patricia Woody of Jacksonville, Donna Cook of Chadworth, Ga., and Susan Rinwick of Lincolnton; several nieces and nephews; and his faithful pup of 13 years, Toby Tyler.
Memorial contributions may be made to Lower Cape Fear Hospice, 127 South College Road, Wilmington, NC 28403 or Masonic & Eastern Star Home, 700 South Holden Road, Greensboro, NC 27407.
Peacock-Newnam Funeral & Cremation Service, Southport.

Robert Joseph Whiting, 69, of Oak Island
Robert Joseph Whiting, 69, of Oak Island died Sunday, December 3, 2000, at his residence.
The funeral mass was celebrated at 10 a.m. today (Wednesday) at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, where he was a member, with Fr. Douglas Lawson officiating. A prayer service was held at 8 p.m. Tuesday at Peacock-Newnam Funeral Home with deacon Eugene Gillis officiating.
Whiting was born September 21, 1931, in Ossining, N. Y., a son of Marie Granata Whiting and the late Leonard Whiting, and moved here in 1992 from Briarcliff Manor, N, Y. A U. S. Marine Corps veteran, he was a retired sargeant with the Briarcliff Manor Police Department, a member of Oak Island Elks Lodge and Oak Island Golf and Country Club, and had been an active supporter and participant in youth league baseball programs.
He was preceded in death by a son, Michael Whiting, and is survived by his wife of 48 years, Frances Irving Whiting of the home; three sons, Thomas Whiting of Medway, Mass., James Whiting of New Fairfield, Conn., and John Whiting of Boston, Mass.; his mother, Marie G. Whiting of Holidaysburg, Pa.; two brothers, Leonard Whiting of Holidaysburg, Pa., and Richard Whiting of West Chester, Pa.; five grandchildren.
Memorial contributions may be made to Sacred Heart Catholic Church Building Fund, 5269 Dosher Cutoff SE., Southport, NC 28461.
Peacock-Newnam Funeral & Cremation Service.

Homer G. McKeithan Sr., 87, of Southport
The Rev. Homer Gladstone McKeithan Sr., 87, of Southport died Thursday, December 14, 2000, at Cornelia Nixon Davis Health Care Center in Wilmington.
McKeithan was born November 15, 1913, in Columbus County, a son of the late Charles and Etta Reeves McKeithan. He had lived in Southport since 1917. An Apostolic minister, he pastored Nakina Apostolic Church for 25 years. He was a retired commercial fisherman, and was Brunswick County tax collector from 1966-1979. He was preceded in death by a sister, Emma Lee McKeithan, and a granddaughter, Gray McKeithan.
Survivors include his wife of 61 years, Lula B. McKeithan of the home; two sons, the Rev. Homer G. McKeithan Jr. and wife Deeann of Sanford and Robert L. McKeithan and wife Diane of Southport; two grandsons, Robbie McKeithan of Wilmington and Brett McKeithan of Southport; two granddaughters, Sarai Kerr and Jessica Moore, both of Fredericksburg, Va.; two great-grandchildren, Jordan McKeithan of Southport and Katyanna Kerr of Fredericksburg; a brother, Leon McKeithan and wife Emily of Southport.
Funeral services were held Sunday at 3 p.m. at Peacock-Newnam Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Homer G. McKeithan Jr. officiating. Interment followed in Northwood Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers were O. W. Carrier, Al Burlingame, Donald Dixon, Charles McKeithan, Leroy Kerr and Rob Moore.
Memorial contributions may be made to the organization of one's choice.
Peacock-Newnam Funeral & Cremation Service, Southport.

Charles Lynwood Leggett Sr., 65, of Bolivia
Charles Lynwood Leggett Sr., 65, of Bolivia died Sunday, December 17, 2000, at Duke University Hospital in Durham.
He was born February 22, 1935, in Robeson County, the son of Ricks and Eula Leggett.
He was retired and had worked most of his life in industrial construction. A farmer, he was involved in outdoor hobbies and occupations. He was a member of Pythagoras Lodge #249 A.F. & A.M. and Brunswick County Shrine Club.
He is survived by his wife, Nancy Leggett of the home; his children, Charles L. Leggett Jr. of Fuquay-Varina and Cyndi Hendricks of Bolivia; one grandchild, Zachary Hendricks; brothers, Jake and Donald Leggett of Greensboro and Ricky Leggett of Fairmont; a sister, Allyson Martin of Lumberton.
Graveside service was conducted at 1 p.m. today (Wednesday) at Northwood Cemetery, Southport, with the Rev. Rene' Pare' officiating and Masonic Rites accorded by Pythagoras Lodge #249 A. F. & A.M.
Peacock-Newnam Funeral & Cremation Service, Southport.

Robert Allen Rees, 41, of Kinston
Robert Allen Rees, 41, of Kinston died Thursday, December 14, 2000, at Caswell Center in Kinston.
Graveside service was conducted at 3 p.m. Saturday at Northwood Cemetery with the Rev. Ray Webb officiating.
Rees was born August 15, 1959, in Southport, son of Samuel and Carolyn Apple Rees, and had lived in Kinston most of his life.
He was preceded in death by a sister, Dianne Rees Carroll, and is survived by his parents, Sammy and Carolyn Rees of Bolivia; a brother, Tommy Rees of Oak Island; a sister, Susan Rees Bolduc of Southport; grandmother, Mozelle Apple of Greensboro; aunt, Eleanor Jones Price of Virginia; uncles, Charles Apple of Greensboro and Steve Apple of Oak Island; five nieces; two nephews.
Memorial contributions may be made to March of Dimes Birth Defects Association, 1275 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, NY 10605.
Peacock-Newnam Funeral & Cremation Service, Southport.

William D. Walsh of St. James Plantation
William D. Walsh of St. James Plantation, Southport, died Friday, December 8, 2000.
He was born in Bronx, N. Y., was a resident of Freeport, N. Y., for most of his life and was an educator in the Freeport Public School System for 32 years.
He was a veteran of the U. S. Army. He earned his bachelor's degree from Brockport State University, Brockport, N. Y., and a master's degree from Hofstra University, Uniondale, N. Y.
He retired to Southport seven years ago. He was a member of the Loyal Order of Moose Lodge #2069, Oak Island.
He is survived by a brother, Dr. John E. Walsh II; sisters, Geraldine McFarland and Patricia Peters; daughters, Margaret Frances Marshall and Kathryn Gaetana Muldowney; a son, William Daniel Walsh Jr.; a granddaughter, Lauren Elizabeth Muldowney.
Services were held at Sacred Heart Catholic Church on Friday.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials be made in his memory to one of the following: Coastal Junior Golf Tour Inc. (contact Mr. Hines at (910) 762-4652); Loyal Order of Moose Lodge #2059, Oak Island, NC 28465; National Multiple Sclerosis Association; Sacred Heart Catholic Church Building Fund, Southport, NC 28461.

Susan Lynn May, 47, of Palm Bay, Fla.
Susan Lynn May, 47, formerly of Long Beach, died Tuesday, December 12, 2000, at her residence in Palm Bay, Fla.
She was born in Lansing, Mich., and came to Brevard County, Fla., in 1994 from Oregon. She was a former accountant with the U. S. Deparetment of Environmental Quality, and was involved in Unity of Melbourne, Mended Hearts and Metaphysical Singles. While living and working in the Southport area she was in charge of the training library at CP&L's Brunswick Nuclear Plant. She was preceded in death by her father, Frank May Jr.
Surviving are her mother, Diane May of Springhill, Fla., and brother, Steven May of Del Ray Beach, Fla.
Services were held Friday, December 15 . In lieu of flowers, she requested a tree be planted in her memory.
Arrangements by Atlantic Mortuary in Cocoa, Fla.


 
 
 

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