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22 FRIDAY, JANUARY 24- MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 2014 NEWS Cape Gazette Obituaries )) James 'Tuck' Clendaniel, known for his smile James "Tuck" Clendaniel, 93, died peacefully Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014, at the Delaware Hospice Center in Milford. He was residing at the Dela- ware Veterans Home in Milford. He was known for his smile and his "stories," and his ability to make others happy. Born Jan. 8, 1921, to the late James A. Clendaniel and Emma B. Clendan- iel of Milton, he was the beloved hus- band of 68 years to the late Elizabeth "Lib" C. Clen- daniel. He was a devoted TuckCleni:lanielbrother to the late Bernice Goldberg of New York; loving father to the late Lois C. Cor- drey and James Clendaniel II. Tuck is survived by his adored granddaughter, Vanessa Redefer, her husband Justin, his three treasured great-grandchildren, Ethan, Emily and Eve Redefer. He is also survived by his dedicated son-in-law, Bill Cordrey and his wife Audrey; as well as many nieces and nephews. Tuck served as a radioman in the U.S. Navy during World War II from January 1942 to October 1945. He then worked as a local grocer in his father's grocery store in Milton and proceeded to run it after his father's death. He worked as a government food inspector from 1963-83. In retire- ment, he drove a bus for DAST. Tuck was a past master of Endeavor Lodge 17 of Milton. He and his beloved wife Lib were avid gardeners, and their yard was on display many times for Milton's annual garden tour. Tuck was known for his large garden full of vegetables, and one would often find his vegetables for sale on the front porch. Tuck and Lib were very active in the community of Milton and their church. A memorial service will be held 5 p.m Friday, ]an. 31, in the chapel of Short Funeral Services, 416 Federal St Milton, where friends may call after 4 p.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Delaware Veterans Home of Milford, 100 Delaware Veterans Blvd, Milford, DE 19963; or Episcopal Church of St. John the Baptist, 307 Federal St Milton, DE 19968. Gayle Hubley, former Consortium educator Gayle Hubley, 57 of Rehoboth Beach, formerly of Severna Park, Md passed away suddenly Sun- day, ]an. 19, 2014, in Lewes. Gayle was born in Banbury, England, Dec. 8, 1956. Gayle had worked for the Sussex Consor- tium for autistic children as a para-educator before her dis- ability. Gayle was deeply devoted to her family and friends. She enjoyed writing, painting and was a talented abstract artist. Gayle will be remembered as a loving mother, daughter, sister and friend. She was preceded in death by her mother June (Taylor) Radler. Gayte is survived by her two children, Michael R. Hubley of Severna Park and Christopher S. Hubley of Rehoboth Beach; her father, Ronald Sobel and his wife Faye of Suffolk, Va.; a brother, Scott T. Sobel and his wife Denise of Leesburg, Va.; two half brothers, David P. Sobel and his wife Sharon of Fairfax, Va and Andrew M. Goodloe of Los Angeles, Calif.; a stepsister, Blaine Lamonea and her husband Michael of Chesapeake, Va.; a stepbrother, Jason C. Goodloe and his wife Amy of Fairfax, Va.; her two closest friends, Colleen Law of Lewes and Karen Ganc of Lewes; and a host of nieces, nephews and friends. A celebration of Gayle's life will be held at 1 p.m Thursday, Jan. 30, at the Long Neck Cha- pel of Melson Funeral Services, 32013 Long Neck Road, Mills- bore, where friends and family may call after noon. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions to the Gayle Hubley Memorial Fund, c/o Gayle Hubley Estate, M&T Bank, 28529 Dupont Blvd, Millsboro, DE 19966. Cletis T. Nelson, kindhearted soul Cletis T. Nelson was born Jan. 8, 1985, in Lewes, to Juanita Nel- son and Cletis Simms. He passed away Sunday, Jan. 12, 2014, at the age of 29. Un- beknownst to the world, a kindhearted soul was about to enter and make a peace- ful impact on all who had the privilege of meeting him. CletisNelson His life was unexpectedly cut short, but God doesn't make mistakes. Cletis had a loving spirit that surrounded his personality. He loved sports and he was talented, smart, genuine and most impor- tant, family oriented. He held a strong connection to his five siblings. He was raised in the Mil- ton community where he attended H.O. Brittingham El- ementary School and Milton Middle School. After completion of school at that level, he attended Milford High School. Cletis was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather, Johnny Nelson; paternal great- grandmother, Anna Savage; and great-aunt, Dorothy Ames. He is survived by his mother, Juanita Nelson; father, Ctetis Simms; only child, Latrell Lewis (who resembles his father); one sister, Tamekia Nelson (who was raised with five brothers Aquaculture Continued from page 21 The initiative to change Dela- ware law for allowing shellfish aquaculture in the Inland Bays began a couple years ago when the Center for the Inland Bays formed a team representing a cross section of interest in the Inland Bays to develop a model shellfish aquaculture law. The Delaware Legislature passed and the governor signed the Inland Bays shellfish aquaculture law in 2013. The law charged DNREC's Division of Fish and Wildlife with drafting regulations for commercial shellfish aquaculture and administering shellfish aqua- culture in the Inland Bays. "We are on the final steps for commercial shellfish aquaculture establish details and rules for to begin in the Inland Bays," said allowing compatible commercial David Saveikis, director of the shellfish aquaculture to occur in Division of Fish and Wildlife. the Inland Bays." "Shellfish aquaculture will oc- For more information on the cur in the Inland Bays based on shellfish aquaculture public the law passed in 2013 outlin- workshop, call the Fisheries ing the framework for shellfish Section at 302-739-9914 or go to aquaculture, but these develop- www.dnrec.delaware.gov/fw/ ing regulations are needed to Fisheries. e, MDDC Press works with fellow press associations across the country to give 'you the best possible buys on advertising wherever you need it. We take care of scheduling and placement at no extra cost to you, and you save time and money. Call Wanda Smith at ext. 6 today. 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