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30 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 24 - March 30, 2000 Rehoboth site of sweet tidings at annual Chocolate Fest The winners are in from the 10th annual Chocolate Festival held last week and sponsored by the Friends of the Rehoboth Beach Library. Here's a list of the winning entries: Professional winners: Cookies: Kathy Pasqualini, first place; Pies: Sugar Bakers, first; Elizabeth Beam, second; AI White, third; Candy: Ibach's By The Sea, first, second and third place;. Brownies: Kathy Pasqualini, first; Brian Jester, second; Elizabeth Beam, third; Cheesecake: Sweets by Linda, first; Lisa Young, second; Kathy Pasqualini, third; Cake: Jean Luc Charpentier, first; Sugar Bakers, second; and Kathy Pasqualini, third; Most Unusual: Sugar Bakers, first; Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, second; Kathy Pasqualini, third. Restaurant Winners: Cookies: La Rosa Negra, first; Caf Sole, second; Pasqualini Bakery, third; Pies: La Rosa Negra, first and second; Caf6 Sole, third; Brownies: Pasqualini Bakery, first; Caf6 Sole, second; La Rosa Negra, third; Cake: Sugar Bakers, first; Celsius, second; La Rosa Negra, third; Cheesecake: La Rosa Negra, first; Pasqualini Bakery, second; La Rosa Negra, third; Candy: La Rosa Negra, first; Pasqualini Bak- ery, second; Most Unusual: Sugar Baker, first; Cloud 9, second; Pasqualini Bakery, third. Amateur winners: Cookies: 1. Doreen Matt, first; Lori Roessler, sec- ond; Terri Willoughby, third; Pies: Patricia Rockett, first; Beverly Cox, second; Terri Willoughby, third; Candy: Brandy Howell and Jeff Beam, first; Brian Jester, second; Terri Willoughby, third; Brownies: Patty White, first; Carol Smith, second; Marianne DiFabio, third; Cake: Patrick Oley, first; Terri Willoughby, second; Marianne DeFabio, third; Cheesecake: Patty White, first, Marianne DeFabio, second; Lori Ritter, third; Most unusual: Paula Gior- dano Graeber, first; Patricia Rockett, second; Susie Bond, third; Kids 12-and-under winners: Cookies: Julie Smith, first; K. DiFabio and H. Smith, second; Carly Roessler, third; Candy: C. Pasqualini, H. Smith and G. DiFabio, first; Cheese- cake: Alyssa Nolan, first; Cake: C. Pasqualini, G. DiFabio and H. Smith, first; Kevin Neal, second. Brownies: Hannah Neal, first; Kathleen Pasqualini, second; Most unusual: C. Pasqualini, G. DiFabio and FL Smith, first and second; Brannon White, third; Pie: Ross Roessler, first; Joan Economos, sec- ond. Bob Bowden photos Philip Lazzaroni, 3, of Rehoboth Beach, enjoys a Rocky Mountain Chocolate Company Granny Smith apple covered with caramel and peanuts. Synthia Whitaker of Millsboro makes chocolate-covered pretzels at the Ibach's display. t Dads-at-home group celebrates first year The Delaware At-home Dad Association (DADA) will be turning 1 year old this spring. The.organiza- tion, founded by Stuart Ungar of Newark, is a re- source for at-home fathers in Delaware and sur- rounding areas. Fathers choosing to be the primary caregivers have been spotlighted as a national trend. Obituaries Continued from page 28 Richard A. Townsend, former truck driver Richard A. Townsend, 59, of Millsboro, died Thursday, March 16, 2000, of heart failure at Nanti- coke Memorial Hospital in Seaford. Mr. Townsend was a truck driver ind did private main- tenance work. He was a member of Moose Lodge 534 of Harring- ton. He is survived by two daugh- ters, Wanda Sue Sammons of Dagsboro, and Nancy Ann Winter of Miilville; a brother, Harry E. Townsend Jr. of Georgetown; three sisters, Edna Steele of Dags- The idea came to Ungar when he and his wife were expecting their first child, and he wanted to find an outlet where he could connect with other men who made the same decision and offer activities and events. For more information about the group, call Ungar at 302-894-1958. boro, Eileen Reynoids of George- town and Coleta Dorey of Mills- boro; four grandchildren, Adam and Amber Sammons and John Ross and Eric Winter. Services were held from the Chapel of Melson Funeral Services, Frank- ford, with burial in the Dagsboro Redmens Memorial Cemetery. Arrangements by Melson Funeral Services, Frankford. Evelyn H. Baer, Long Neck homemaker Evelyn H. Baer, 77; of Long Neck and formerly of Brook- haven, Pa., died Wednesday, March 15, 2000, of cancer at home. Mrs. Baer was a homemak- er and a member of East Gate Presbyterian Church in Long Neck. She is survived by her hus- band of 58 years, Ted Baer; a daughter, Barbara Anne Stanley of Wayne, Pa.; a brother, Hal Freedman of Mount Laurel, N.J.; and a grandson, Robert J. De- Flavis. Services were held from the Chapel of Melson Funeral 'Ser- vices, Long Neck, with burial in Henlopen Memorial Park Ceme- tery, near Milton. Arrangements by Melson Funeral Services, Long Neck. Thomas IC Krautter, avid fisherman Thomas K. Krautter, 88, of Newark, died Thursday, March 16, 2000, at Christiana Hospital. Mr. Krautter was a member of Nicholas Pippin, 4 1/2, of Millsboro, hopes his raffle ticket wins the three-foot bunny donated by Rocky Mountain Chocolate. VFW Post 475, and enjoyed fish- ing and traveling. He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Gladys L. Krautter; two sons, Thomas Jr. of New Castle and Emil of Lewes; a daughter, Kathi Smith of Townsend; eight grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Services were held at the Robert T. Jones and Foard Funeral Home, Newark, with burial-in the Townsend Cemetery, Townsend. Beatrice M. Snavely, sales clerk Beatrice M. Snavely, 90, of Wilmington and Broadkill Beach, died Monday, March 15, 2000, at her late residence at the Masonic Home of Delaware. Mrs. Snavely was a sales person for 20 years for the former Strawbridge & Cloth- ier in the former Merchandise Mart. She had played the piano for the Old Trinity United Church, 22nd and Church Streets. She was preceded in death by her husband, LeRoy G., in 1990. She is sur- vived by three sons, George of Eastburn Acres, Wayne of West- wood Manor and Warren W. of Broadkill Beach; four grandchil- dren; and seven grandchildren. Services were held at Gracelawn Memorial Park C.hapel, with bur- ial in the adjoining memorial park. Contributions are suggested to the Masonic Home of Delaware, 4800 Lancaster Pike, Wilmington, DE 19807 or to Delaware Hos- pice, 3515 Silverside Road, Wilmington, DE 19810.