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68 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Jan. 23 - Jan. 29, 2004 Obituaries Continued from page 57 National Library of Medicine at the National Institutes of Health, the George Meany Labor Studies Center and the Historical Society of Washington D.C. at the City Museum. From 1990 on, making sculp- ture became Ms. Tabor's passion. She wrote in an artist statement for a recent exhibition, "I love the materials of sculpture: the reality and feel and heft of wood, horse- hair, wool and bone, whatever comes to hand. The "thingness" of the material, especially wood, is wonderful. And, I believe, as a friend has expressed it, 'The more the hand is used in the creation of work, the more work of the spirit comes into it." She is survived by a brother, Paul Post, of Tacoma, Wash. A memorial service will be held at 1:30 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 21, at the Friends Meeting of Washing- ton, D.C. 2111 Florida Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. For di- rections, call 202-483-3310. Contributions are suggested to the Marine Education Research and Rehabilitation Institute, P.O. Box 411, Nassau DE 19969, or The American Friends Service Committee- D.C., P.O. Box 73008, Washington, D.C. 20056. Arline M. Hughes, senior center member Arline M. Hughes, 87, formerly of Phoenixville, Pa. and Harbe- son, died Thursday, Jan. 15, 2004, in the Masonic Village Health Care Center, Elizabethtown, Pa. Mrs. Hughes was born Aug. 2, 1916in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., daugh- ter of the late Gustave and Anna (Miscavage) Becker. She was a retired employee of Synthane-Taylor Corp. in Oaks, Pa. She was a member of St. Ed- monds Catholic Church in Re- hoboth Beach, a member of the Cape Henlopen Senior Center, Rehoboth Beach, and a member of the VFW Auxiliary in Phoenixville. She was preceded in death by her husband, Lewis H. Hughes; and her son, Robert M. Hughes. She is survived by a son, Ronald I-Ihghes of Hummelstown, Pa.; two daughters, Nancy Grad- well of Schroon Lake, N.Y. and Eileen Stec of Harbeson; a brother and two sisters; several grandchil- dren, great-grandchildren and a great-great-grandchild. Burial was in St. Ann's Ceme- tery, Phoenixville. Contributions are suggested to the Masonic Village, 1 Masonic Drive, Elizabethtown, PA 17022 or Hospice Preferred Choice, 313C Primrose Lane, Mountville, PA 17554. Jane Dudley Wilson, Maull & Maull employee Jane Dudley Wilson, 71, of Re- hoboth Beach, died Sunday, Jan. 18, 2004, at home. Ms. Wilson had formerly worked for the law office of Maull & Maull in Georgetown; as a medical transcriptionist for Beebe Medical Center and most recently for K-Mart and CVS pharmacies in Rehoboth. There are no immediate sur- vivors. Graveside services will be at 10 a.m., Friday, Jan. 23, at All Saints Cemetery, St. George's Episcopal Church, Angola. There will be no calling hours. Arrangements by Parsell Funer- al Homes & Crematorium, Lewes. Wendell Flamer, retired from Kraft Foods Wendell Deweese "Toughman" Flamer, 57, of Federalsburg, Md., died Thursday, Jan. 16, 2004. Mr. Flamer lived in Caroline County and Delaware. He attend- ed Lockerman Elementary and Lockerman High School in Den- ton, Md. He was employed by Kraft Foods in Dover from Sept. 1968 to his retirement in May 2003. He later worked part time for Tri Gas and Oil Co. He was a loving son, father, grandfather, brother, nephew and uncle. He lived his life to the fullest. He loved to bowl and was active in Kraft Food Mixed League Dover Bowl of Dover. He was a member of Calvary Baptist Church, Dover. He is survived by his mother, Hilda M. Wilson of Denton; three sons, Anthony Harris of Preston, Brent Ricketts of Federalsburg and Wendell Flamer Jr. of Dover; a daughter, Anna Mae; a grand- mother, Sarah Turpin of Denton; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Tyrone and Corazon Flamer and William Jr. and Wendy Wilson, all of Denton; three sisters and a brother-in-law, Patricia F. and William Cephus, Regina Flamer and Cynthia Wilson, all of Ridge- ly, Md.; a stepsister, Helen Turner and her husband Jesse of Berlin, Md.; two aunts, Pauline Wyatt and her husband Percell of Wilming- ton and Pauline Stewart and her husband Clarence of Lewes; five grandchildren; and several nieces, 3700 Hwy. I, Rehobo Beach, DE 302-226-2404 nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends. Services were held in St. Luke Church, Denton, with burial in Spring Grove Cemetery, Denton. Robert F. Schueler, Slots supervisor Robert F. Schueler, 51, of Lewes, died Wednesday, Jan.. 14, 2004, while visiting with family in Spring Lake Heights, N.J. Mr. Schueler was born in Long Branch and raised in West Allen- hurst, N.J. He graduated from Ocean Township High School. He lived in Brigantine, N.J. before moving to Lewes many years ago. He had been a slot supervisor and technician at Midway Slots and Simulcast, Harrington. Prior to that he had been a real estate broker in New Jersey. He is survived by his wife, Karen Mace Schueler of Lewes; a brother, Stephen G. Schueler, mayor of Bradley Beach, N.J. and his wife Eileen; and a niece, Amy Schueler of New York City; his mother-in-law, Iris Mace of Lewes; his brother-in-law Gregg Mace, his wife Caroline and their son Kyle of Harrisburg, Pa. He is also survived by his three cats, B.C., Boo and Brooksie. Services were held in Atkins- Lodge Chapel, Parsell Funeral Homes & Crematorium, Lewes, with burial private. Contributions are suggested to the SPCA Building Fund, 326 South duPont HighWay; George- town DE 19947. Joseph A. Frabizzio, retired railroad worker Joseph A. Frabizzio, 85, of Wilmington, died Thursday, Jan. 15, 2004. Mr. Frabizzio proudly served the country during World War II as a member of the U.S. Army, and it was during this time that he mastered the trades of tailoring and upholstering. He was em- ployed as a machinist with the former Pennsylvania Railroad, later Amtrak and retiredi 1979 after 43 years of servicei Fra- bizzio was a member of St. An- thony of Padua Parish in Wilm- ington and the Knights of Colum- bus St. Pius Council. He enjoyed shooting pool and trips to Atlantic City. He was preceded in death by his wife of 56 years, Fannie A. Caruc- ci Frabizzio, Dec. 13, 2002. He is survived by his sons and daughters-in-law, Joseph N. and Jean Frabizzio of Wilmington and Gene J. and Diane Frabizzio of Georgetown; his sister, Christine Continued on page 63 Call for installation (302) 644-4404 Mister Grab Bar Many Colors Available Many falls happen in the home. A simple way to make your home safer is to have grab bars installed. 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