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18 - CAPE GAZETTE, Tuesday, April 5 - April 7, 2005 Obituaries Continued from page 17 for the Red Clay School District. She was a past member of Richardson Park United Methodist Church. She was a member of Conrad High School, class of 1957. She loved the beach and spending time at their cottage in Broadkill Beach. In addition to her father, she is survived by a son, William "Gene" Eugene Keller and his wife, Lorraine Beauchamp Keller of Greenwood; and a brother, Donald West, of Belmoor. Funeral services were held at Short Funeral Home, Laurel, with burial, in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Laurel. Contributions are suggested to ALS Association, Greater Philadelphia Chapter, 321 Norris- town Road, Suite 260, Ambler, PA 19002-2755. Dominick S. Kelliri, worked for GM Dominick S. Kelliri, 88, of Lewes and Collins 'Park, New Castle, died Thursday, March 31, 2005, at Christiana Hospital. Mr. Kelliri was a veteran of the U.S. Army, serving during World War II. He was an official in UAW No. 435 and worked at General Motors for many years. He enjoyed boating and fishing. He was preceded in death by his wife, Ann Kelliri. He is survived by his sister, Josephine Kelliri of Pittston, Pa.; his companion, Hilda Dellose of Elsmere; and many nieces and nephews. Services were held at Mt. Carmel Catholic Church, Pittston, Pa., with burial in Deni- son Cemetery, Kingston, Pa. Charles L. Hart III, retired from Verizon Charles L. "Sonny" Hart III, of rural Frankford, died Friday, April 1, 2005, at home. Mr. Hart was a retired splicer with Verizon Telephone Compa- ny..He served in the Coast Guard during the Vietnam War and was a member of St. George's United Methodist Church, Clarksville. He was also a member of Ducks Unlimited and the Delaware Mo- bile Surf Fishermen. He is survived by his mother, Lucille Czurley of Harbeson; his wife, Ruth Rust Hart; a son, Charles Grant Hart of Frankford; three daughters, Bethany Sparpaglione of Georgetown and Kelli and Kimberly Hart, both of Corpus Christi, Texas; three sis- ters, Susan Maedler of Lewes, Rebecca Carney of Harbeson and Ruth Hart of Texas; and two grandchildren, Emma and Dane. Services will be held at noon, Wednesday, April 6 at the Bethany Chapel of Melson Funer- al Services, West Ave., Ocean View, where friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m., Tuesday. Burial will be in St. George's Cemetery, Clarksville. Flowers are acceptable or con- tributions are suggested to the St. George's United Church New Parsonage Fund, RD #2, Box F, Clarksville DE 19970. Bernard Frankel, prominent engineer Bernard "Bernie" Frankel, 83, of Milford, died Friday, April 1, 2005, in Bayhealth-Milford Memorial Hospital, Milford. Mr. Frankel was born July 25, 1921, in New York City, son of the late Harry S. and Beatrice Frankel. Continued on page 19 Sri Lanka Continued frompage 17 possible by a fairly small organi- zation with a limited focus and a commitment to follow through with the changes. The Mental health Outreach Project, organ- ized by Dr. Anie Kalayjian of Fordham University, is a very small group with minimal funding that responds to natural disasters with skilled mental health profes- sionals providing volunteer assis- tance. The UNITED SIKHS, on the other hand, is a fairly small, but international, aid organization which focuses on specific projects responding to situations of pover- ty, injustice and disaster relief. This has been the first collabora- tion combining the resources and skills of these two groups. I am pleased to say that we have done very good work although there is -much to do for the next team who will replace us, as well as all the volunteers working in the area. As with any endeavor, progress is made just one day and one proj- ect at a time. This is an ongoing lesson for me. Editor's note: Kathryn Harris is a licensed clinical social worker in private practice in Lewes. She is currently offering her expertise to families in Sri Lanka who are still suffering from the results of the tsunami. LHS hc,s00; open house for new docents The Lewes Historical Society (LHS) is looking for docents to volunteer as guides to the 12 mu- seums in the Lewes area. "Docents are only asked to vol- unteer one morning or one after- noon per week and no experience is necessary as there will be train- ing and it is easy to learn," said Suzanne Jones of LHS. There are nine historic houses in the complex at the end of Sec- ond Street, the Life Saving Sta- tion on the canal at the end of Shipcarpenter Street, the Cannon- ball House on Front and Bank Streets, and the Ryves House on the corner of Mulberry and Sec- ond Streets. All museums will Dan Cook photos Shown (l-r), Carol Orr, volunteer at the Rabbits Ferry House, shares fellowship with docents Marion Guyer and Betty Grunder of the Historical Soceity Country Store. open weekends beginning May July and August. For more infor- 28th through June then every day mation call LHS at 645-7670. OPEN 7 Days Lunch Dinner Late Night Happy Hour Dally 4-7 ....................... ,lm  at the the liar, Fridays during Nappy Now