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18 - CAPE GAZETTE - Tuesday, Feb. 21 - Thursday, Feb. 23, 2006 Continued from page 16 he lived, and Don P. and iFran Hylinski of Middletown; two daughters and sons-in-law, Pat L. and Bob Ferrier of Milford, and Marty A. and Ted Laroche of Frederica; two sisters, Helena Simpler of Millsboro, and Marion Hill of Seaford; seven grandchi l- dren, Kevin Ferrier of Haines City, Fla., Clarissa Searles of Seaford, Karen Donovan of Milford, Ashley McCabe of Elkton, Md., Elise McCabe of Portland, Maine, and Heather Hylinski and Brant Hylinski, both of Middletown; and four great- grandchildren, Sierra Donovan, Victoria Donovan and Jacob Donovan, all of Milford, and Zach Ferrier of Haines City, Fla.. Mass of Christian Burial was held in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church, Georgetown, with burial in Union Cemetery, Georgetown. Contributions are suggested to the Indian River Senior Center, 322-A Wilson Highway, Millsboro,' DE 19966, or to Delaware Hospice, Southern Division, 600 DuPont Highway, Georgetown, DE 19947. Arrangements by Watson Funeral Home, Inc., Millsboro Paul E. McKinney, decorated Veteran Paul E. McKinney, 85, of Millsboro, passed away unexpect- edly in his home Monday, Feb. 13, 2006. He was born in East Drumore Township in Lancaster County, Pa., son of the late John and Mary Bleacher McKinney. Formerly of Mount Joy, Pa., he and his wife, Marcelline moved to Delaware in 1990. He was mar- ried to Marcelline J. Zerphcy for 38 years. Mr. McKinney was a veteran of World War II. He served in the U.S. Army as a corporal in the 526th Rocket Field Artillery Battalion. He fought in the inva- of Normandy and battles in France, the Rhineland and Ardennes. Paul received the European African Middle Eastern Theater ribbon and four Bronze Stars. Paul worked 44 years for the former Federal Mogul, Lancaster, retiring in 1983. He was a member of Conley's United Methodist Church, Lewes, the Elizabethtown Moose, Lodge 596, the Hubley Club, Lancaster, and a life member of the Mount Joy Veterans of Foreign War, Post 5752. Mr. McKinney was also a member of the Cape Henlopen Elks Lodge 2540 and a life mem- ber of the Oak Orchard Riverdale American Legion, Post 28. He was an avid boater and fish- erman, Mr. McKinney loved the seashore. He enjoyed growing roses and hunting. Mr. McKinney and his wife also enjoyed traveling in their RV throughout the United States and Canada 'and spending winters in Fort Myers, Fla., for many years. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother, Raymond McKinney. In addition to his wife, he is survived by a loving companion, Molly; a daughter and son-in-law, Sandra and Sam Kreider of Quarryville, Pa.; three sons and two daughters-in-law, Barry L. and Shelley Beaner Shertzer from Lititz, Pa., and Samuel L. and Sandra Hainley Shertzer of Loveland, Colo.; two grandchil- dren, Angela Shertzer and Samuel Shertzer; four sisters and a broth- er-in-law, Hazel and Bill Reitzel of Elizabethtown, Pa., and Ruth Flowers of New Providence, Pa., Helen Hassleback and Grace Hess of Peqway, Pa.; a son, Thomas and daughter, Carol and several other grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held in the Sheetz Funeral Home Inc., Mount Joy, Pa., with the Rev. Randy Booth officiating. Burial was in Silver Spring Cemetery, West Hempfield Township. Veteran's honors were provided by the Red Rose Veterans Honor Guard, Lancaster. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to Conley's United Methodist Church, 22150 Robinsonville Road, Lewes, DE 19958. Sa'Nahya D. Williams, Milford toddler Sa'Nahya "Naya" Dynasty Williams, 4, passed away Monday, Feb. 6, 2006, Naya was born June 20, 2001, to Tykesha Williams and Nathan Carter. Naya was a child full of life and energy. She never met a stranger. Naya would talk to you and greet Dewey Continued from page 12 The victim then ran from The Lighthouse and almost reached Delaware Seashore State Park, to the south, where he hid from the suspects. "He was scared these guys were going to kill him," Dempsey said. The suspects fled the scene and are still at large. The Lighthouse security staff removed everyone involved with- in 30 seconds, said Dempsey. There were around 75 people at the bar, yet not one of them IF YOUR HAIR IS NOT BECOMING TO YOU... r ....YOU SHOULD BE COMING TO SALON MILTON 517 CHESTNUT STREET, MILTON, DE 302-684-1880 .................................................... .. ...... ' ....  ..... " P:E ...... i::: :: :: :: ......... 4 I ..................... : E HAIR ..... ' i: ', you with a smile that would light up the room. Once you met her, you would never forget her. She attended Milford Head Start Program, which she looked forward to going to on a daily basis. She is survived by her mother, Tykesha Williams of Milford; her father and stepmother, Nathan and Rushelle Carter of Lewes; a loving brother, Deonta Williams; two sisters, Akyah Carter of New Jersey, and Natalie Carter of Lewes; a loving uncle, Victor Williams of Lincoln; a loving aunt, Andrea Carter of Milton; paternal grandparents Lisa Carter of Milton and Rufus Carter III of Lewes; maternal grandparents, Boyd and Rosie Williams of Lincoln; maternal great-great grandmother, Victoria Williams of Lincoln; maternal great-grand- mother, Lula McMillan; maternal great-grandparents, Leon and Leola McMillan; paternal great- grandparents, Rufus and Ella Carter of Lewes; great-great- grandmother, Mildred Cottman of Harbeson; great-great-grandfa- ther, James Hood Milton; and a host of great-aunts; great-uncles; cousins and friends. Services were held in the Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church, Slaughter Neck. Burial was in Old Hickory Cemetery, Slaughter Neck. Arrangements were handled by Bennie Smith Funeral Home, Milford. admitted to seeing the stabbing. One bouncer was even covered in the victim's blood. "It appeared blood was gushing out of him," Dempsey said. A stereo speaker was also puddled in blood, he said. "The victim Said it all happened in a matter of seconds," Dempsey said. When Dewey police responded to the call, about 20 minutes after the stabbing, all other parties had left the scene. Only the victim and a friend, who did not see the incident, remained, Dempsey said. There are no suspected motives and just a few leads. The police department will review surveillance tape from the bar to try to match names with faces. This type of violence is unusual for The Lighthouse and especially in February, Dempsey said. "This is very rare," said The Ruddertowne Manager Martha Sweeney. The victim was released from Beebe Medical Center on the evening of Sunday, Feb 19. "He sustained lacerations. 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