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32 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 28- April 8, 1997 Obituaries Contined from page 31 N.C. and Georgette B. Walton and tier husband Richard of Frank- ford; a sister, Rose Quinn of Collingdalc, Pa.; six grandchil- dren; and two great-grandchil- dren. Services were held at Top- pitzers Funeral Services, Drexel Hill, Pa., with burial in Friends Southwest Cemetery, Upper Oar- by. Contributions are suggested to Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children, 12502 N. Pine Drive, Tampa, FL 33612-9499. Gordon T. West, Lewes sportsman Gordon Thomas West, age 61, of Harbeson, died Tuesday, March 25, 1997, of ven- tricular fibril- lation at Beebe Med- ical Center. Mr. West was born in Lewes, the son of Berlie E. Riggins West of Mil- WEST ton and the late Frank Garrison West. He was the owner and operator of Gordon's Sportsman Haven in Lewes before retiring in the early 1980s. He was formerly employed by the University of Delaware and Barcroft Corporation. Mr. West was a member of American Legion Post 17, Lewes, and the Lewes-Rehoboth Moose Lodge. Mr. West loved hunting and fishing and possessed a keen- knowledge of the woods, guts, waterways and marshes of Sussex County. He shared his quick wit and hu- mor with all who cared to engage in conversation, unless they ar- rived with any pretention. Gordon West wasn't a man with much tol- erance for pretense. He is survived by a step-daugh- ter, Terry Tresp of Annapolis, Md.; a niece, Kim Ksebe of Georgetown; a nephew, Michael Harmon of Milton; three brothers, Frank G. West of Claymont, John A.West of Milton and William West of Georgetown; and a sister, Margaret Jeannette Dougan of Milton. There will be a celebration of the life of Gordon Thomas West at the home of his sister, Margaret Dougan, Route 5 near Harbeson, at 4 p.m., Saturday, March 29. Burial will be private. Contributions are suggested to Beebe Medical Center Coronary Care Unit, Lewes DE. Arrangements were made by Parsell Funeral Home and Crema- torium, Lewes. Dewey Lions receive honors Three members of the Dewey Beach Lions Club were recently bestowed with the Ralph Helm Gold Awacd, the highest award presented in District 22-D. Nick Scatasti (right), past district governor, stands with award winners 0-r) Jim Lavelle, past Dewey president; Ted Nowakowski St., director, and Wayne Steele, secretary of the Dewey Lions Club. "Brad and Kim Glascock, Re- hoboth Beach, March 19, daugh- ter. Wilson Denieux and Lakeysha Hill, Millsboro, March 20, son. Steve and Kelly Hobbs, Births Everyone Beebe Medical Center, Lewes, Ddaware Michael Donald and Melissa Mallet, Milton, March 15, son Edward Czwalina, Sr. and Michelle Sabatula, MiHsboro, March 15, daughter Francis Swiderski and Jennifer Traywick, Rehoboth Beach, March 15, son. Robert Holloway and Christie Weaver, Seaford, March 17, son. Patricia Fair, Millsboro, March 19, son. Georgetown, March 20, daughter. Andrew and Anastasia Need- ham, Rehoboth Beach, March 20, daughter. Linda Tabfon, Lewes, March 20, daughter. N.S/S urut smmA'-o.sme mVlc 9:00 A.M. and 11:00 A.M. at Seafarers Center DELAWARE HOSPICE KIDS COME BACK FROM OUR CAMP WITH MORE THAN NEW EXPERIENCES. THEY COME BACK WITH NEW HOPE." Hew Hope is a unique program specifically DELAWARE designed to help children with the loss of a loved one. So, don't ask for hospice. Ask for HOSPICE Delaware Hospice. 1.800.838.9800. BEACH PLUM GARDENS & NEW INVENTOR Y ARRIVING DAILY Pine Needles. ---- Bale.. " , . Shrubs. Trees - Mulch -Annuals . Perennials - Gift & Garden Accessories