Patricia Ann Paynter -- Patricia Ann Paynter of Millsboro, passed away at her home on Sunday, Nov. Born at Beebe Hospital, she always called herself the “Beebe Baby.” She was the daughter of the late John “Jack” Robinson Buchanan Lawton and Catherine Ingram Lawton.In her earlier years, she was a bank teller at Sussex Trust Bank in Lewes. Patricia founded Cape Henlopen Christian Fellowship in Rehoboth.Her legacy will live on as an incredible wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother whose shoes we will never be able to fill.

Patricia took short term missionary endeavors to China, Egypt, Russia, Jamaica, Africa, Panama, Sussex County, and even to Israel 10 times.

When you left her presence, you always felt extremely loved, accepted and filled with the hope that you would have a good purpose and a great future ahead.

Kay also loved to travel and was a member of the Laurel Alumni Association.

She leaves behind her husband of 58 years, Howard F.

A visitation for family and friends will be held from to 8 p.m. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his sisters, Elizabeth Phillips, Mary Quesenberry, and Agnes Wolf and his brother, William Wage. He often used his talents and volunteered his time to help relatives, friends, and others. Wage is survived by his wife of 50 years, Virginia Wage; his daughter, Kathleen Wage of Springfield, Va. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Delaware Food Bank, the American Red Cross, or Toys for Tots. He was a family man who was known for picnics, reunions, or whatever excuse for getting the family together. He was a member of the Father’s House church in Frankford. He loved to cook but he also loved to dine out; it didn’t really matter as long as the food tasted good..if it didn’t, believe me he would tell you! 6, at the Frankford Chapel of Melson Funeral Services, 43 Thatcher St., Frankford, followed by the funeral service at 1 p.m.

and his son, David Wage and wife Pam of Simpsonville, S. He is also survived by his sisters, Blanche Hitchens of Laurel and Ida Ponton of St. Arrangements are in the care of Hannigan, Short, Disharoon Funeral Home, Laurel. J., to the late Sidney and Dorothy (Rassbach) Deiter. He was also known by his motto, ‘work hard, play hard.’ In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his sisters, Joan Basenese and Dorothy Ann Duff. He was an avid Baltimore Orioles fan…he LOVED baseball! Wayne is survived by his daughter, Stacey Howell and her husband John of Bridgeville; two grandsons, Jaden and Kohlden Howell; a brother, Pete Hitchens and his wife Mary of Harrington; and a sister, Anita Willoughby and her husband Richard of Choptank, Md. Interment will be held at the Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Millsboro.Mills; two daughters, Terri Heath and husband Arlie of Honeybrooke Pa.and Susan Messick and husband Kirk of Seaford; six grandchildren, Jessica Jones, Ashley Dengler, Sarah Jones, Emily Messick, Shauna Mc Allister and David Jones; eight great-grandchildren, Brooke Jones, Taylor Jones, Sophie Jones, Caleb Howard Dengler, Jayden Mc Allister, Noah, Madelyn and Brody Mc Allister; one sister, Carol D. 3, at Hannigan, Short, Disharoon Funeral Home in Laurel.She is survived by her husband of 41 years, Donald F. Becky’s experience working in restaurant kitchens made her home a delicious place to dine. According to her niece, Becky’s fresh ground coffee was the best on the east coast. In retirement he designed and built a house in Adolphus, Ky., from the ground up with no detail left untouched by his hand. 11, at Seaford Presbyterian Church, 701 Bridgeville Hwy., Seaford. He later worked at First American Bank in Tennessee. Market St., Georgetown, where friends may call from 11 a.m. Interment will follow in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Laurel. Wayne retired from the Dupont Company in Seaford with 15 years of service.Hoover; a daughter, Dawn Ryan and husband Mark of Laurel; stepdaughters, Donna Hungerford and husband Bobby of Dover and Micki Taylor and husband Steve of Seaford; grandchildren, Adam Ryan, Jacob Ryan, Shawn Heller, Jeffrey Taylor and Brian Taylor; great-grandchildren, Emily, Kayla and Brandon; brothers, William Layfield and Clark Layfield and wife Karen, all of Delmar; and a sister, Agnes Truitt of Seaford. Undoubtedly, Becky’s favorite place on earth was Green Turtle Cay in the Bahamas, which is evident from the bumper stickers on her cars to the pictures throughout her home, but most of all, in Becky’s choice of her final resting place. He often used his talents and volunteered his time to help relatives, friends, and others. Wage is survived by his wife of 50 years, Virginia Wage; his daughter, Kathleen Wage of Springfield, Va. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Delaware Food Bank, the American Red Cross, or Toys for Tots. “Jim” Wage, 87, of Seaford, passed away on Monday, Oct. Throughout his life, Jim always had a project going. He then opened several stores selling coins, jewelry, stamps and sports memorabilia.Our dad will be the strength of the family, and the guard on watch of the generations. at Connection Church, 30048 Sussex Hwy., Laurel, where a funeral service will be held at 1. Mom dearly loved flowers, but enjoyed watching people grow in the Lord even more.