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Obituaries Continued from page 27 19958. Arrangements were made by Parsell Funeral Homes and Crematorium, Lewes. Faye A. Conoway, private duty aide Faye A. Conoway of Millsboro, age 64, died Tuesday, Feb. 18, 1997, at home of cancer. Mrs. Conoway had formerly worked as a private duty nurse&apos;s aide. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Patricia Conoway. She is survived by her husband of 40 years, Dale Conoway; three daughters, Elizabeth Joann Wood of Lewes; Debra Dale Conoway Brian of Federalsburg, Md.; and Kerry Kester photo Police promote child passenger safety Delaware State Police Lt. Peter Schwartzkopf, deputy com- mander at Troop 7, passes a toy and safety literature to Mar- shall Brown and his father, Mark, of Lewes, during a child re- straint checkpoint on Rehoboth Avenue Extended Wednes- day, Feb. 12. Delaware State Police, along with the Rehoboth Beach Police Department and the Georgetown Police Depart- ment conducted two checkpoints during Child Passenger Safety Awareness Week, Feb. 9 through Feb. 15. At the Rehoboth Beach site, 1,375 vehicles passed through the checkpoint where seven officers from Troop 7 and one Re- hoboth Beach police officer examined vehicles for proper ad- herence to safety regulations and passed out "Bucklebear" teddy bears and other souvenirs to those vehicle operators whose children were traveling safely. The Rehobeth Avenue Extended checkpoint netted three arrests for child restraint violations and a traffic arrest. The four Troop 4 officers and four Georgetown police officers who stopped 1,273 vehicles on North Bedford Street in Georgetown on Tuesday, Feb. 11 from 10 a.m. until 2 pan. made 13 arrests for child restraint viola- tions, 11 arrests for other violations and found two people for whom there were arrest warrants issued. Child Passenger Safety Awareness Week is an annual event sponsored by the Office of Highway Safety, Community Traf- fic Safety Program coordinators, Division of Public Health Disabilities Prevention Program, Emergency Medical Ser- vices and staff from both municipal and state police. ,AMENT LYNC00ARR A T T 0 II N E Y $ A T A W 6 Stone Hill Road. P.O. Box 2328" Wilmington, DE 19899 Personal Injury Medical Malpractice Automobile Accidents Workers Compensation Family Law Red Mill Center, Lewes, DE 645-4545 1-800-773-2599 DEDICATED PERSONAL SERVICE EVENING/WEEKEND APPOINTMENTS Listing of areas of practict does not represent off-,xial certification as a specialist in those areas. CAPE GAZETI, Friday, February 21. February 27, 1997 - 29 Kimbcrly Michelle Wladkowski David Lloyd Schafer, eye surgeon in private practice for of Millsboro; four sisters, Esther many years in Wilmington, and Wyatt, Clyetta Main and Bernice Milam, all of Georgetown, and Ethelene Wiles of Prince Freder- ick, Md.; seven grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Fu- neral services will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 22 at Parsell Funeral Home and Crematorium Dodd-Carey Chapel, 307 North Bedford St., Georgetown, where friends may call from 1 to 2 p.m. Burial will be in Asbury Methodist Cemetery. Contribu- tions are suggested to Delaware Hospice. retired eye surgeon David Lloyd Schafer, age 64, formerly of the Lewes area, died on Friday, Feb. 14, 1997, in Emily P. Bissell Hospital of complica- tions from Alzheimer's. Dr. Schafer served in the United States Air Force in Korea. He was a graduate of Texas Western Col- lege, attended premedical at the University of Delaware and George Washington University. He served a three-year residency at New York Eye and Ear Clinic, one as chief resident. He was an then in Lewes for almost 20 years. He is survived by three daughters, Robyn Cassada of Richmond, Va., Kristin Looney of Wilmington and Greta Katz of Flagstaff, Az.; two brothers, Darryl Schafer of Gillette, Wy. and Buddy Schafer of Grand Rapids, Mich.; three sis- ters, Hazel Delich of Chisholm, Mn., Irene Van Norman of Kings- land, Tx. and June Kurth of Min- neapolis, Mn.; and six grandchil- dren. A memorial service will he held at 3 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 22, at Chandler Funeral Home. :..;if!i i .. ::';?:t: " " ,5..' ' Technolo e Res gooo Before SilkTouch Touch Laser After Treatment of Nose The main persistent side effect, pinkness of the skin, is easily camouflaged and disappears within 2-3 months. :i!  Actual patient : ;:, treated by :iiiii: ::i:iii}ii ::i:!;i:i,! :: i:ii:i.ii Dr. Mitchell Stickler, ;:: ::: ::;:: ::. 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