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. FRIDAY, MARCH 19- MONDAY/MARCH 22 2010 Obituaries )) Continued from page 25 horses. She was preceded in death by her husband, Milton Stevens, and several siblings. Her son, Vernon M. Stevens and wife Janet of Hurlock' Md., one grand- daughter, Dana ]ewell of Cam- den and three great-grandchil- dren, Shane, Heather, and Shelby, numerous nieces, nephews and cousins survive her. A graveside service was held Thursday, March 18, at Dagsboro Redmen's Cemetery. Pastor Jim Couzens officiate& Regina Heath Husfelt, auxiliary member Regina Amelia Heath Husfelt, 83, of Millsboro, passed away Monday, March 15, 2010. She was born in Elkton, McL, to the late Charles and Amelia Heath. She was a graduate of Elkton High School and a mem- ber of American Legion Auxil- iary Post 28. She volunteered many hours of service to assist injured war veterans at Perry Point Hospital inMaryland and Veterans Hospital in Elsmere. Regina enjoyed cooldng and ani- mals; she took great pride in be- ing a homemaker. Regina is survived by her hus- band of 63 years, Howard Old- ham Husfelt. She was the beloved mother of Barbara Hus- felt, Manley Husfelt and wife Kathy, Rodney Husfelt and wife Joanne, grandsons, Ryan, Casey and Tyler Husfelt, and a pet cat, Tigress; brother-in-law Robert Davidson, sisters-in-law Nell Husfelt and Ester Husfelt, nieces Miriam Weight and husband Jack, Marilyn McMillan and hus- band Bob, Margaret Ellen Hus- felt, Pam Husfelt, Sharon Husfelt and Evelyn Husfelt. She was also predeceased by a sister; Margaret Spence; twin sister Virginia Davidson; brothers-in-law, Billy Husfelt, George Husfelt and Rodney Husfelt. Services will be private. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Delaware SPCA or For- gotten Cats. The family would like to thank the staff of Beebe Medical Center and Compas- sionate Care Hospice for the ex- cellent care given. Leslie Finer, journalist, author Leslie Finer, 88, of Lewes passed away at his home Wednesday, March 10, 2010. Finer was born in London, England, Dec. 10, 1921, son of the late Charles and Rachel Topper Finer. Finer was a Middlesex County French-language scholar in 1939 and received his degree in histo- ry:from tke:ilLondon School of  wartime exile at Cambridge University , 1940- 42. Initially, Finer served as an assistant principal with the Min- istry of War Transport. From 1942-45, he worked as liaison with U.S. Forces. Later, as private secretary of the minister, Mr. Philip Noel-Baker; Finer assisted with the passage of transport leg- islation through Parliament. During his career as a reporter and journalist, Finer contributed to numerous publications in: + , I i I CaL00 , 1 cluding the London Evening Stan- dard, the Lon- don Observer, the Financial Times, the New States- man, the British Broad- Leslie Freer casting Com- pany (BBC), the Canadian Broadcasting Com- pany (CBC) and the Athens daffy newspaper, Kathimerlni. As an author, Finer published "Pass- port to Greece" (1964) and "I Was Born Greek" with Melina Mecouri (1971). Finer also trans- lated many texts from Greek to English, including "The Third Wedding" by Costas Tachtsis (1967; 1969) and the memoirs of the Greek shadow theater mas- ter, Sotiris Spatharis, "Behind the White Screen" (1975). Finer was expelled from Greece in February 1968, as "per- sona non gram" to the ruling mil- itary junta which considered his reports for the BBC as inlmical to their interests. Returning to the Greek public via the BBC's exter- nal broadcast service, Finer con- tinued with his reports from London until the collapse of the junta in 1974. Finer often lec- tured on Greek affairs, including an extensive tour of Canada sponsored by the Canadian For- eign Affairs Institute, 1969 and at the University of Bergen, Nor- way, 1970. His contributions to The Hellenic Review and the In- dex on Censorship may well have assisted in efforts to restore democratic government to Greece. Since he moved to the United States in 1975 until just weeks before his death, Finer served as consultant and newsletter editor at the Greek Embassy, Washington, D.C. Finer's first marriage to the Greek actress Elsa Verghi ended in divorce, and his second wife, Jean Rubin of New York and Washington, D.C, died in 1988 af- ter a long illness. He married Jacquellne Tipper Sunderland of Washington, D.C. and Lewes in 1991. In addition to his wife, he is survived by his niece, Elizabeth Dobell Weiner of New York; two nephews, Alex Finer of London and Nick Finer, M.D. of Cam- bridge, England; and four grand- nieces. He is also survived by two stepsons, Trey Sunderland, M.D. of Washington, D.C., and William Tippett Sunderland of Baltimore, and five grandchil- dren. There will be no services held at this time. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Delaware Hospice, 100 Patriots Way, Milford, DE 19963. Arrange- ments by Parsell Funeral Homes & Crematorium, Lewes. James A. Dorris III, Milisboro resident James A. Dorris III, 76, of Millsboro, formerly of New Cas- tle, passed away Saturday, March 13, 2010, at the Detaw Center in Milford. He leaves a sister, l Collolugh; two sons,/ Dennis; three gra nephew, niece and rm Services and burial vate. In lieu of flower, suggests memorial co in Jim's name to, DeE pice Center, 100 Pal Milford, DE 19963. Chdstine Marie kind, caring sou! Christine Marie S born in Dover Dec Christine was taken l with the Lord Nov. 13, Christine was a st mother to her thre Ha and hel the bns offi and else ed I Chr Christine Sheddy lay, talk friends and the camp1 fine was a free spirit, herself to anyone tL her. She was a kind souL Family and file everything to her am them fiercely. re Hospice anette Mc- lichael and dsons; a ny friends. will be pri- , the family ntributions tware Has- riots Way, Sheddy, Leddy was 22, 1980. tome to be 2007. ty-at-home children, ,lie, Isaac Zeke. She 3ed with family aess doing ce work anything that need- o be done. tine )d music, ing to her tter. Chris- aho gave of at needed and caring nds meant she loved Christine leaves behind a Continued on page 27 i I ' PROPERTY MANAGEMEN00 A Full Service Experienced Community Management Compan Rffgff_l_fflFffmtn-mlm----=arlm'nidhllJrEU"i --'nrlqJllllJlllE rllgllllll_ff_ffffml The P.eaiete luSr to COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MANAGEMENT Financial Services... 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