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U B Obituaries Mary G. Williams, Lewes homemaker Mary G. Colin Williams, 94, of Lewes died Tuesday, March 8, 2005, at her daughters's home in Lewes. Mrs. Williams was born in Fredrikstad, Norway and came to America at the age of 19. She set- tled in Cambridge, Ma. and was one of 13 children born to Knute and Laura Colin of Norway. She relocated to Lewes 12 years ago and lived with her daughter. She is survived by her loving daughter, Arline; her husband, Charles J. Simpson of Lewes; her loving son, Edward Banks and his wife Marie of Woburn, Ma.; and her only remaining sister, Ruth Halvorsen of Burlington, Ma. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Thomas F. Banks; and her second husband, Elliot Williams. She will be sadly missed by all who knew her, espe- cially her grandchildren, Michael, Lynne, Gayle, Ann, Cheryl, Steven and David. She loved to crochet and knit sweaters for her great grandchildren, Nicholas, Robert, Shepard, David, Isabella, Dylan, Jillian, Sarah and Zachary. Her favorite pastime was spend- ing time with her companion, her dog Coli. She had a great sense of humor and had a smile for every- one she met. She was an avid fisherman for many years with her husband Tom in Gloucester, Ma. and she loved the ocean. Our deepest apprecia- tion to the Angels of Hospice, the many paramedics who made fre- quent visits to our home and to the Gull House and their staff of dedi- cated personnel who were so kind to our Morn during her days at Gull House. She loved all of you. Her remains will be spread over the fjords of Norway. Memorial Services will be held Friday March 11, at 10 a.m., at the Parsell Funeral Homes & Crema- torium, Atkins-Lodg e Chapel, 16961 Kings Highway, Lewes. Burial will be private. Contribu- tions may be made to charity of choice. Maureen Kentner, former Lewes resident Maureen M. Kentner, 84, of Country Meadows, Frederick, Md. and formerly of Lewes, died Saturday, Feb. 19, 2005, at Fred- erick Memorial Hospital. She was the loving wife of the late Rob: " W. Kentner. Born on Nov. 18, 1920 in Buffa- lo, N.Y., she was the daughter of the late Daniel and Marie Horn Malarkey. During,Vor!d War II, she served in the-Navy Wave Corps as a sur- gical technician. She.was a loving mother and homemaker who en- joyed golf and was an avid bridge player. She also enjoyed sewing and quilting. She was a member of Nimble Fingers in Silver Spring, Md., e Ocean Waves of Lewes and the Piece Makers of Milford. She is survived by her three children, Eileen K. Long and her husband Richard, of Frederick, Maryann E. McFee and her hus- band Douglas of Lewes and Jef- fery W. Kentner and his wife Pamela of Charlotte, N.C.; seven grandchildren, R. Thomas Long and his wife Laura, Michael Long and his wife Erin, Maureen McFee, Kara McFee and Megan McFee, Beth Kentner and Tracy Kentner; and a great-granddaugh- ter; Macy Marie Long; and a sis- ter, Geraldine Marfurt of Cheek- towaga, N.Y. Graveside services with mili- tary honors were held at Arlington National Cemetery. Contributions are suggested to the American Heart Association, 415 N. Charles Street, Baltimore MD 21201. Richard Hadley Fuller, worked for Rehoboth Richard Hadley Fuller, 82, of Milford, died Sunday, March 6, 2005, at his daughter's George- town home. Mr. Fuller was born in Lawrence, Mass., the son of the late Everett and Mildred Fuller. He was formerly employed with the city of Rehoboth Beach meter department and was a veteran of World War II, serving in the U.S. Coast Guard. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Susan Orzel, in 2003. He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Shirley M. Fuller; five sons, Richard, Laurence, Robert, Joseph and Christopher; two daughters, Mary Ellen Fuller and Patricia Worpek; 12 grandchil- dren; and three great-grandchil- dren. Services will be held at 11 a.m., Friday, March 11, at Our Lady of Good Council Church in Secre- tary, Md. Burial will be in the Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery South in Millsboro at a later date. Contributions are suggested to Delaware Hospice, Southern Di- vision, 600 N. DuPont Highway, Georgetown DE 19947 or Lady of Good Council Church, P.O. Box 279, Secretary MD 21664. Daniel C. Moore, truck driver Daniel C, Moore, 67, of Dags- boro, died Tuesday, March 8, 2005, at home. Mr. Moore was born in Mills- boro, the son of the late Edwin and Dorothy Moore. He was a truck driver with Parker Block Co. in Millsboro for 14 years, and was a member of the National Guard for three years. He is survived by his wife, Con- nie; three sons, Daniel C. Jr., Wayne and Steven; a stepson, Keith Marvel; a daughter, Linda Mitchell; a stepdaughter, Virginia Willey; two brothers, Lester and Robert Moore; eight grandchil- dren; four step-grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Services will be held at 2 p.m., Friday, March 11, at the chapel of Melson Funeral Services, Thatch- er Street, Frankford, where friends may call after 1 p.m. Inter- ment will be in the Prince George's Cemetery, Dagsboro. Arrangements by Melson Fu- neral Services, Frankford. Albert H. Martin, ran Lewes charter boats Albert H. "Philip" Martin, 75, of Selinsgrove, Pa., died Monday, March 7, 2005, at Geisinger Med- ical Center, Danville, Pa. Mr. Martin was born March 20, 1929, in Snyder County, son of the late Raymond L. and Florence E. Martin Hare. On Dec. 24, 1949, he married Bessie A. Bierly, who survives him. He attended Selinsgrove High School. In 1946, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy, and as a fireman sec- ond class earned the World War II Victory Medal. For most of his life he was a su- pervisor for Bethlehem Steel, re- tiring after 28 years of service. Af- ter his retirement, he chartered his CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 11 - March 14, 2005 - 83 own fishing boat, Dolphin and Dolphin II, in Lewes, until failing health forced him to finally retire in 2003. He was a life member of DH&L Fire Co. in Selinsgrove. His greatest passion was hunt- ing and fishing. In addition to his wife, he is sur- Continued on page 84 1 BeautifuIC0me See The Easter Arrangements 8, i-/ou0000 Goody Baskets ()021644-0s00 1028 Hwy One, Lewes, Located at "The Barn" at $ Points Call for installation (302) 644-4404 Mister Grab Bag Many Colors Available Many falls happen in the home. A simple way to make your home safer is to have grab bars installed. If you or a loved one is planning to, or has had surgery, balance issues, weakness or for just plain safety, our Grab Bars are custom designed to fit your shower, tub, or commode. 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