He is also survived by two children, Eileen (Randy) Haith and Gregory (Charlotte) Fleischauer; a daughter-in-law, Donna Fleischauer; grandchildren; great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, please make donations in his honor to Hickory Ridge Community Church or Living Life Fellowship, PO Box 878, Greenwood, DE 19950. He was the founding pastor of Cannon Mennonite Church in 1976 and served there until he retired.Friends may call on Friday, May 18 from 6 to 8 p.m., at Fleischauer Funeral Home, 16 W. In addition to serving in churches, he was a very talented carpenter and had two businesses, Mishler Construction and The Golden Rule Workshop.
She will always be remembered for her amazing artistic talent and her passion for creativity which was expressed in painting, sculpting, decorating, landscaping and entertaining.
Penny was vibrant, energetic, compassionate and funny, and she will be deeply missed by all of those lucky enough to know her.
He was very proud to be affiliated with Alcoholics Anonymous and celebrated 28 years of sobriety on Jan. Richard was the beloved husband of Kaye Donaway for 39 years; devoted grandfather to Cathy Moorefield and her husband Craig of Delmar and Jerica Morris and her husband Chad of Millsboro; loving great-grandfather to Charles (Drew) Moorefield of Greenwood, Christopher Moorefield of Delmar, and Reagan Morris of Millsboro; and great-great-grandfather to Conner Moorefield.
He was the loving brother to sisters, Doris White of Parsonsburg and Anna Lewis of Rockville, Md.
Born in Seaford, she was the daughter of the late Russell and Elsie Carey Jones. Leslie was a graduate of Fairmont State University in West Virginia, Class of 1967. Donaway, 86, of Seaford, passed away on Sunday, May 13, 2018, at his home after a long illness. Army veteran and a lifetime member of the American Legion, Seaford.
Leslie, 73, of Laurel, passed away on Thursday, May 17, 2018, in the company of family.on Wednesday, May 16, at Holloway Funeral Home with visitation one hour prior to the service. A Celebration of Life will be held from 2 to 5 p.m.Burial with military honors will be in Parsons Cemetery in Salisbury. on Sunday, June 3, in Seaford, at American Legion Nanticoke Post 6, 230 N Front St., Seaford. Penny was born and raised in Waynesboro, Va., where she was a state champion diver and excelled in gymnastics, dance and art.Burial will follow at Greenwood Mennonite Church after the service. He became pastor and then a bishop of Greenwood Mennonite Church.In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Greenwood Mennonite School or Living Hope Fellowship Building Fund. Mishler, 87, of Greenwood, went to his heavenly home at a.m. He died at home peacefully, surrounded by his family. He also served as a bishop, overseer and interim pastor in many churches throughout the United States.A member of Community Church at Ocean Pines, Brenda loved traveling with her husband, going to the beach, and spending time with her grandchildren. Leslie was the proud grandmother to seven grandchildren, Caroline Blankenship, Lena Parker, John Parker, Camille Leslie, Henry Leslie, Abe Christiansen, and Ady Christiansen. Interment will follow in Garden of the Pines Cemetery. Richard was born on June 14, 1931, the son of the late William and Bertie Donaway of Parsonsburg, Md. Richard was a “Chevy” man and worked as a mechanic for many years prior to his retirement at Oliphant Chevrolet which became Bob Bell Chevrolet then Courtesy Chevrolet of Salisbury.She is survived by her husband, Gary Leslie and children, Monica Leslie of Ocean Pines, Md., Tonja Blankenship and her husband Bill of Redlands, Calif., Linsey Parker and her husband Jake of Berlin, Md., Roscoe Leslie and his wife Megan of Laurel, and Marie Christiansen and her husband Lance of Mooresville, N. She is also survived by her brother, Glen Jones and his wife Laurie of Laurel, and a nephew, Russell Jones. on Saturday, May 26, at Burbage Funeral Home in Berlin. A donation in her memory may be made to the Community Church of Ocean Pines (RE: Music Fund for Psalm 66 Band), 11227 Racetrack Rd., Berlin, MD 21811, or the Friends of the Ocean Pines Library, 11107 Cathell Rd., Berlin, MD 21811. He enjoyed NASCAR and was a devoted Dale Earnhardt Sr. Richard also liked to watch the Washington Redskins, Baltimore Ravens and Baltimore Orioles.In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a son, William Fleischauer III. He became pastor and then a bishop of Greenwood Mennonite Church.Bill is survived by the love of his life, Nadine, who he married in 1944 and they had a love affair for nearly 74 years. Mishler, 87, of Greenwood, went to his heavenly home at a.m. He died at home peacefully, surrounded by his family. He also served as a bishop, overseer and interim pastor in many churches throughout the United States.In his retirement, he managed Seaford Self Storage.A viewing will be held at Living Hope Fellowship, which meets at Sam Yoder Farm, 89 Hunting Quarter Rd., Houston, on Thursday, May 17 from 1 to 3 p.m. The funeral will be held at Greenwood Mennonite School at 2 p.m.