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28 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 4- April 10, 1997 Obituaries Continued from page 26 dian River School District. He was a Korean War veteran, serv- ing in the U.S. Army and a mem- ber of the Blackwater Fellowship Church of Bayard. He is survived by his wife of 41 years, Ada J. Hazel; a son, Gary of Frankford; a daughter, Jane Hick- man of Dagsboro, his mother, Ida of Roxana; a brother, Charles Hazel of Lewes; two sisters, Car- fie Mac Webster of Roxana and Katherine Steel of Lewes; and three grandchildren. Funeral services were held at Melson Funeral Services with burial in Roxana Cemetery. Con- tributions are suggested "to the Millsboro Kidney Foundation/ Nanticoke Medical Center, Route 113, Millsboro DE 19966. Births Marriage Licenses William F. Carr, retired P.O. clerk William F. "Bill" Cart, age 67, of rural Millsboro, died at home of cancer on Monday, March 31, 1997. Formerly of Havertown and Drexel Hill, Pa., Mr. Cart was a clerk in the Ardmore Post Office for 31 years until retiring and moving to Delaware in 1984. He was commander of American Le- gion Post 667 in Pennsylvania in 1969-70 and served for the Tri- County/Keystone/Crossmen Drum and Bugle Corps. He also served as commander of Ameri- can Legion Post 28 in 1993-94 and was responsible for the pur- chase of a van to transport veter- ans to the VA hospital in Elsmere. He was also a volunteer for the Beebe Medical Center, Lewes, Delaware Christopher Davis and Maria Abbruzzi, Rehoboth Beach, March 22, son. Jonathan Pyle and Jennifer Ed- wards, Georgetown, March 22, son. Keith A. Bunting, Dagsboro, and Glenda R. Hammerbacher, Dagsboro. Joel N. Cox, Georgetown, and Amanda M. Bennett, George- town. William F. Lawton, Harrington, and Patricia A. Reddish, Easton, Md. Steven E. French, Laurel, and Carolyn L. Hall, Laurel. Wilbert S. Suggs, Dagsboro, and Wilma N. Pierce, Millsboro. Andres R. Izaguirre, Forestville, Md., and Carmen M. Escobar, Re- hoboth Beach. Aaron B. Hudson, Whaleyville, Md., and Rebecca A. Diddlemey- American Legion and Korean War Veterans Association for many years, having been a charter member and first president of Chapter 1, Korean War Veterans Association and national chair- man of Veteran Affairs Volunteer Stephen Grimes and Jennifer Morris, March 22, Lewes, daugh- ter. Brett and Kim Booker, Milford, March 24, daughter. Lars Granholm and Trudi An- derson, Rehoboth Beach, March 25, daughter. Harry,, III and Veronica Faust, Lewes, March 25, son. John Jefferson, Jr., and Angela Artson, March 27, daughter. er, Whaleysville, Md. Paul W. Parsons, Lewes, and Jennifer J. Braden, Lewes. Thomas I. Christley, Bridgeville, and Holly-Ann Hill, Blades. Lawrence L. Jones, Laurel, and Rosemarie Kellam, Laurel. Luis T.M. Vargas, Bridgeville, and Sara C. Balderas, Bridgeville. Jerome L. Johnson, Milton, and Amorette C. Ferrer, Millsboro. Reinaldo J. Atencio, Milford, and Juliann E. Thomas, Milford. Louis F. Thumser Jr., Vandalia, Oh., and Dorothy H. Holland, Bridgeville. Ramon A. Perez, Seaford, and Luz M. Terero, Seaford. Arthur Kilimnik, Dagsboro, and Ann Berezhinsky, Dagsboro. Services. During Desert Storm, he initiated sending packages to Delaware servicemen in conjunc- tion with American Legion Post 28, Korean War Veterans Chapter 1, Marine Corps League Detach- ment 704 and American Legion Auxiliary 'Unit 28. He served as past sergeant-at-arms, Veterans Affairs Volunteer Services chair- man and District 4 past vice com- mander in the American Legion Department of Delaware. He is survived by his wife of 18 years, Judith R. Carr; two sons, William A Carr of Drexel Hill, Pa. and Edward J. Carr of Harver- town, Pa.; three daughters, Katherine E. Radomile of Drexel Hill, Robin d. O'Donnell and Hol- ly R. Steele, both of Millsboro; a brother, James T. Carr of Blue Ridge, Ga.; and 15 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 8 p.m., Sunday, April 6 at the chapel of Melson Funeral Ser- vices, Long Neck Road, where friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Burial with military honors will be at the Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Summit, at noon, Monday, April 7. Write. Fo-00 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. Letters of all kinds Invitations, announcements Thank-you notes Free initial consultation Convenient, affordable Experienced staff Faxservice Visa, MasterCard accepted CALL 226-1971 Our Services Include: Finish Removal - Safely remove the existing finish using a modified hand-stripping method and prepare for stain application. Refurbishing- Enhance your furniture without removing the existing finish. Refinishing - Remove the existing finish, stain and adjust color, and apply a new finish to last for years. 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