Joan worked for Sussex Trust Bank, Manlove Automotive, Delaware Electric Cooperative, Wilmington College at Delaware Technical and Community College, among other institutions.
Fensick, 80, of Seaford, passed away on Thursday, July 5, 2018. She served as organist, pianist, and choir director for many area Methodist churches over the decades including Cannon, Portsville, Concord, Wesley, and Blades where she played her last service just one year ago before retiring.
He is survived by two sons, Gregory Reed (Donna) and Ronald Fensick (Lisa); grandchildren, Tara Ritchie (Kevin), Heather Peterson (Eric), Gregory Reed Jr. The shock of this tragedy brought on a stroke in Joan’s mother causing her death shortly thereafter.
His wife of 43 years, Patricia Mc Gee Fensick, died in 2001. Joan married James “Jimmy” Williams in 1958 who died tragically on May 17, 1975.
Granville was also preceded in death by his daughter, Nancy, and son-in-law, David Michael Cline. Olivet United Methodist Church, 315 High St., Seaford, DE 19973 or Nanticoke Memorial Hospital Foundation, 801 Middleford Rd., Seaford, DE 19973. He was grandfather to 13 and great-grandfather to eight. In his spare time, his hobbies included computer art, cooking, gardening, and classical music.
His wife of 43 years, Patricia Mc Gee Fensick, died in 2001.
George was born in Nanticoke, Pa., the son of the late Mary Fensick and George Smith.
Shaw Kuester, Bryan Kuester and his wife Dianna, Eric Kuester and his wife Katie, Ashly Karper and her husband Matt, David Cline and his wife Andi, Adam Cline, Edward Hearn and Susan Hearn; and 11 great-grandchildren. on Saturday, July 21, at Myers Park United Methodist Church. She was born May 25, 1935 in Finchville, Md., the daughter of the late Joshua and Edith Winder.
A reception will immediately follow in Jubilee Hall at the church. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Hospice and Community Care, 2275 India Hook Rd., Rock Hill, SC 29732. Olivet United Methodist Church and the church choir since 1956. Flossie was a certified nursing assistant in Georgetown. Chancellor for her unique sense of style and her desire to look her best. At a young age she developed a passion for painting mountains, sunrises, and blue skies.