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Obiluaries Payton Elizabeth Kenton, infant daughter Payton Elizabeth Kenton, age three and a half months, of Georgetown, died Friday, Feb. 22, 1997 of heart failure in University of Pennsylvania's Children's Hos- pital, Philadelphia. She is survived by her parents, Julie Ann Gauger and Michael Blaine Kenton, both of George- town; maternal grandparents, Bar- bara Gauger of Milton and William and Holly Gauger of Casper, Wyo.; paternal grand- mother, Eliza B. Elliott of Milton; maternal great-grandparents, Re- hate Nichols of Spring City, Pa., and Bernard and Linda Nichols of Pottstown, Pa.; and Mary Gauger of Royersford, Pa.; and paternal great-grandmother, Miriam Ken- ton of Milford. Services were held at Lofland Funeral Home in Milford, with burial in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Milford Contributions are suggested to the Payton E. Kenton Memorial Fund at Milford Church of God, 500 N. Walnut Street, Milford, daughters, Barbara Powalski of Milton, Regina Nedwick of Wilm- ington, Rhoda Dominic of Lewes and Kathleen Blue of Ocean City, Md.;'18 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Services were held at St. John the Beloved Catholic Church, Milltown, with burial in All Saints Cemetery, Milltown. Contributions are suggested to charity. Harry O. Kline, founded company Harry O. Kline, age 85, of Mill- town, died Sunday, Feb. 23, 1997 of heart failure at home. Mr. Kline founded and ran the H.O. Kline Trasnportation Co., a trucking company based in Wilm- ington for 50 years before his re- CAPE GAZETI, Friday, February 28- March 6, 1997. tirement in 1990. He was a past mayor of Fenwick Island, a mem- her of the Delaware Chamber of Commerce and the American Trucking Association. He was al- so a US Army veteran of World War II. His wife of 65 years, died Thursday, Feb. 20, 1997. He is survived by three sons, Harry O., Jr., of Hockessin, Bernard J. of Aston, Pa., and Joseph F. of Lincoln University, Pa.; four daughters, Barbara Powalski of Milton, Regina Ned- wick of Wilmington, Rhoda Do- minic of Lewes and Kathleen Blue of Ocean City, Md.; a sister Erna May of Laurel; 18 grandchil- dren and 11 great-grandchildren. Services were held at St. John the Beloved Catholic Church, Continued on page 27 For Yo00! Writing Services For busy folks, seniors, brides-to-be, and for all who are visually impaired, physically challenged, or in need of help with written English. DELAWARE HOSPICE HELPS YOU THROUGH ALL THE HARD TIMES SO YOU CAN REMEMBER ALL THE GOOD TIMES. 2,5 E 19963. Letters of all kinds Invitations, announcements Richard F. Lazarmck," Thank-you notes marketno- consultant Free initial consultation Convenient, affordable Delaware Hospice offers comfort and support 1"I'[ ATA I/17 Richard F. Lazarnick, age 39, died Sunday, Jan. 26, 1997 of Experienced staff before and after the loss of a loved one. So, don't yt-d,.bxxAft-J  complications from AIDS at a Fax service ask for hospice. Ask for Delaware Hospice. I'-l.,]t,l-I.,0J friends house in Huntington Visa, MasterCard accepted 1.800.838.9800. Beach, Calif. ing home companies. While an ! ii[ undergraduate at George Wash- ington University, he founded Lazrnick Associations, a political j campaign consulting f'nan, which -" '  "' helped establish computerized precinct targeting and voter histo-  ry databases. &/, He is survived by his corn pan- I J'.'-",, e,_. ..___.- . _.. e,.._ ..___t_ ^_j-.,"'. .' I ion, Paul M. Bradley HI of Lewes; d' Y. ,/J 4: ? // hisfather, JosephLazarnickofAt- "_ '"00Sugar ( Spice i00Jl lanta; his stepfather, Philip Sher- '  ' bert of Norwood, N.J, a brother, Dr. Peter of Carollton, Ga.; and a wood.Sister' Dana Osterman of NOr-A memorial service was held  [  ll Oeat'2 ICSt'I"JTI? N  Sunday, Feb. 23.  DELAWARE WEEKEND Contributions are suggested to Richard F. Lazarnick Foundation gg  for Healthcare to Underserved Populations, 1760 U Street, N.S., , 4" Washington, DC 20009. Regina M. Kline, Milltown homemaker Regina M. Kline, age 86, of Milltown, died Thursday, Feb. 20, 1997 of heart failure in Christiana Hospital. Mrs. Kline was a homemaker. She was a member of St. John the Beloved Catholic Church Her husband of 65 years, Harry O. Kline, died Sunday, Feb. 23. She is survived by three sons, Harry O., Jr. of Hockessin, Bernard J of Aston, and Joseph F. of Lincoln University, Pa.; four Featuring Hand-Made "Delaware's Best" Original Photography by Kevin Moore - Tastings by Cozy Mornings of Delaware Hand- made Delaware Heritage Baskets "Sip or Dip" Seafood dipping Sauce (including the new '97 baskets) (brand new product) Brand New from Shelia' s Collectibles Delaware Grown Honey & Candles the Historic Lewes Harvard House from Georgetown Open All Year- Men. - Sat. 10-5 Sun. 11-4 645-0189 107 Second St., Lewes, Delaware