He drove through the night for the morning interview but wound up in a remote crossroads also called Midway. “He arrived on time, but he looked like someone who had been up for 24 hours,” he said. “He always said I told the story wrong,” Eggiman said, “but he didn’t say what I got wrong.” Chief Carney worked his way up through the ranks and was named a battalion chief in March. He was also the owner/operator of JLS Firearms Training. He understood that there is no margin for error when lives are at stake,” Eggiman said. He is survived by his wife, Dale Dearman Oberg; a daughter, Laura Ellen Oberg of San Antonio, Texas; step-daughter, Deborah Anne Govea (Kevin) of New Braunfels, Texas; and four grandchildren, David Oberg, Chrissie Oberg, David Govea and Mark Govea. He received the Albert Gallatin Award in recognition of his noteworthy performance in exceeding his group’s objectives. He was also president of the board at the Colonial One Condominium in Ocean City, Md., and Fairfield Harbor, Windjammer I Village Condominium, at New Bern, N. On moving to the Pawleys Island area in 1997, he became a member of Tradition Club, playing golf with the men’s 18-hole league and the Gold Tee league.
As a lieutenant in 2009, he was named Midway’s Officer of the Year. He is survived by his wife of 20 years, Lillian Collins Carney; his daughter, Shayla Carney, a student at the S. Governor’s School of Science and Math; and sister, Megan Carney of Wallingford, Conn. He was also a member of Litchfield Country Club for many years. Davitt was a member of Precious Blood of Christ Catholic Church, where he served as an usher.
C., Jennifer, Will, Charlotte and Genevieve Lucina of Rockville, and Tom and Jordan of Timonium, Md.; and many other relatives and friends in Henderson County, N. Funeral services will be held at Belin Memorial United Methodist Church at 1 p.m. After all the trials and tribulations of being broke students, they moved to Norfolk where Arthur served on active duty in the Navy.Whether around the front table of Barberians, in the stands watching the Jays or at dinner with his family, Mr. 14, 1919, in Wagoner, Okla., a daughter of William Blanchard Kennedy and Anna Meisner Kennedy. In addition to her husband, three brothers, Ken Kennedy, Pat Kennedy and Andy Kennedy, died before her. For years, she was actively involved at the Strand Theater, where she acted, directed, and performed many other tasks with the Swamp Fox Players in Georgetown.Chidley liked nothing so much as trying to “solve the world’s problems” (as he often put it) through discussion and debate. Margaret Alda Kennedy Dillon died Friday at her daughter’s home in Pawleys Island. She belonged to a fun-loving group of women who were intrigued by the moon and all its phases.He was always there to help anyone needing an extra hand.He showed all of us how to love God, family, and to reach out to make a difference, his family said.Though not always successful in that effort, his keen intellect, his passion, and his independence of thought and spirit always came shining through, and those traits endured throughout his life, including during a long struggle with cancer. She enjoyed her Monday yoga and lunch with friends at Kaleidoscope Yoga in Georgetown. O’Donnell was a founding member of the Dragon Boat at the Beach, a wellness program for cancer survivors and their supporting friends and family, known as “dragonflies.” She loved to travel with her husband, Robbie to the Dragon Boat festivals throughout the Southeast, where they competed and often won medals.