In her earlier years, she was a bank teller at Sussex Trust Bank in Lewes. Patricia founded Cape Henlopen Christian Fellowship in Rehoboth.
She loved Jesus with all her heart, mind, soul and money.
As this larger than life woman passed in our presence with the family gathered around her bed, all of her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren witnessed her passing so peacefully as she took her last breath.
We asked God to allow the mantle of anointing she had to love people would fall on all of us so that we may carry on in her footsteps.
He will continue to encourage us to hold fast to our faith and be the rock for us to carry on the good works they started together many years ago. In lieu of flowers, please send a donation in her memory to her home church, Connection Church, PO Box 60, Laurel, DE 19956.
She is survived by her loving husband, Samuel Lockner Paynter Sr.; her children, Catherine “Cami” Dukes and her husband Pastor Barry Dukes, Samuel Paynter Jr., and Jacqueline “Jackie” Engle and her husband Mark Engle; sisters, Elizabeth Lawton Baker (Mickey) and Catherine Lawton Travis (Jackie); grandchildren, Barry “Bo” Dukes II and wife Katie, Heather Holloway and husband Pastor Kyle Holloway, Samuel Cole Paynter, Samantha Heath and husband Derek, Trevor Mc Munn and wife Carly, Kelsey Mc Munn, Mark Engle II and wife Haley, Jessie Engle, Mike Wilkerson and wife Amy, and Chase Sams; great-grandchildren, Layni Dukes, Rowan Dukes, Reid Dukes, Rory Dukes, Caleb Holloway, Addison Holloway, Jake Holloway, Erin Kuster, Skip Kuster, Brelle Wilkerson, Brook Wilkerson, and two babies on the way, one in February and one in May. Online condolences may be sent to the family by visiting Collins, 75, of Seaford, passed away on Friday, Nov. Herbert was a certified public accountant with PKS Accounting in Salisbury, Md., before retirement. Allen “Skip” Jones Jr.; her sister-in-law, Carol Custer Jones; her nephew, Ross Allen Jones; and her niece, Meghan Marie Fishman. In his early years, he worked at Bunting Auto Supply and the Diamond Theater, both in Selbyville.
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