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James Willey

James Willey was born in Salisbury, MD on June 15, 1951 and passed away in Marysville, CA on June 18, 2020.

James attended Bennett Senior High School. James served his country in the U.S. Marine Corps as a flight navigator for 24 years. He retired as a Master Sergeant Rank 08 in 1998. He graduated from the University of California, Sacramento with his Master's Degree in Information Technology and business finance/ data management in 2003.

James was preceded in death by a brother, Keith Henderson (PA), a son, Terrence Carter (CA), and his step father Melvin Silwick (MD).

James is survived by his mother, Evelyn Silwick (MD), wife of 20 years Teresa Carter-Willey, 2 daughters and 3 grandsons (CA), a son (WV), 4 sisters (MD), 1 brother (FL), many nieces and nephews and best friends Debbie Schaub and Joey Delatte.




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Published in The Daily Times from Jun. 24 to Jun. 28, 2020.
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June 30, 2020
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Bobby Brittingham
June 26, 2020
In recognition of Master Sergeant James Willey USMC(Ret) Honorable Service in the United States Marine Corps, the members of the SSgt Walter F. 'Trae' Cohee III Detachment # 115, Salisbury, MD and the members the Tri-Cities Detachment # 969, Gray, TN of the Marine Corps League would like to extend our appreciation and gratitude for his service to God, Country and Corps as well as our sincere condolences to his family.

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Don Elseroad
Staff Sergeant USMC (Ret)
MCL Detachment # 115 & # 969
Don Elseroad
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