Newspaper Archive of
Cape Gazette
Lewes, Delaware
Jim's Towing Service
April 16, 2010     Cape Gazette
PAGE 29     (29 of 116 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 29     (29 of 116 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 16, 2010

Newspaper Archive of Cape Gazette produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2018. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

-,ivGmsette Obituaries )) Continued from page 28 Caroline W. Loysen, lay minister Caroline W. Loysen" 70, of Mil- ton, formerly of Edison, NJ., passed away peacefully with her family at her side Monday, April 12, 2010, at her residence Born June 21,1939, in Danville, ill., she was the daughter of the late Harry and Winifred Ober Williams. She was also prede- ceased by one son, Matthew Loy- sen; and one sister, Sarah Goell- ner. While in New Jersey, she worked at the University of Med- icine and Den- tistry and taught pre- school and Sunday school. After moving to Milton four years ago, Car- oline was very active in her Caroline Loysen church, St. Pe- ter's Episcopal Church in Lewes, being a choir member and just completing her training as an Episcopal lay min- ister. She was a docent for the Lewes Historical Society, an avid bridge player, an excellent baker and enjoyed traveling around the world. She was a loving person and will be sorely missed by her husband, children, grandchil- dren, family and friends. She is survived by her husband of 46 years, Jon Loysen; two daughters, Kirsten Baer and her husband Michael of Winnetka, Ill., and Britt Lazelle of Lawrenceville, N.J.; brothers, Bill Williams and David Williams; sisters, Susan Byron and Winifred Weldon; and grandchil- dren Casey and Camille Baer and Jack and Harry Lazelle. A celebration of Caroline's life was Wednesday, April 14, at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Lewes. Memorial contributions may be sent to St. Peter's Episco- pal Church. Arrangements by Parsell Fu- neral Homes and Crematoriun Lewes. Nancy M. Edelen, lab technician Nancy Roberts Miller Edelen" 85, passed away peacefully Mon- day, April 12, 2010, at her home in Harbeson. Nan was born in Abington, Pa., April 15, 1924, the second daugh- ter of the late Frederick and Mary Walker Roberts. She grew up in lenkintown, Pa., along with her late sister, Helen" and attend, ed the University of Pennsylva- nia. She briefly taught nursery school in Jenkintown. After he t 1953 marriage to Charles Miller II, Nan moved to Baltimore, then Silver Si3ring, Md. She went back to school in 1966, earning a de, gree in cartography from Colum- bia Technical Institute. She worked as a cartographer fob both the Defense Mapping Agency and the Nation] Capital Park and Planning Cossion for-about years. In i975, Nail fulfilled a lifelong dream and moved to Lewes Lewes Beach had been her beloved second home as a sum- mer and weekend getaway. She worked initially as a lab techniq cian at the University of Delaware's College of Marine . I Studies. Later, while well into her 60s in age, Nan went back tO school again, and got her poultry technology degree from Delaware Technical Institutei She worked as a poultry patholo- gist, first for Cargill Industries and later for Mountaire Farms in Millsboro, until her retirement i n 1994. i Two years later, Nan and her husband and companion of a14 most 40 years, Robert B. Edeler h moved to Harbeson. l They turned a horticultural hobby into a bustling home, based business, Hollyberry Orq chids, which was featured in lo cal newspaper articles, as well a a local TV news program. The business proved to be to ;=vWIW$ bustling, however, for retirees, and the Edelens sold file busi- ness in favor of pursuing one of their other favorite hobbies - bird watching. In recent years, they traveled on nature cruises to the Galapa- gos, Central and South America, Alaska and the Arctic. In fact, Nan was a lover of all wildlife, es- peciaUy stray cats, which often found their way into her homes. She was also an active member of the Lewes Yacht Club. In addition to her husband, Bob Edelen, of Harbeson, Nan is survived by her four daughters, Donna Means of Georgetown, Patricia Rao of Silver Spring, Re- becca Ryder of Philadelphia, Pa., and Linda Miller of Gaithers- burg, M&; 10 grandchildren; and 'FRID two great-grandchildren. Family and friends are invit to help celebrate Nan's life at p.m., Saturday, May 8, at t[ Lewes Yacht Club. In lieu of flowers, donatioi should be made to DelawaI Hospice, 100 Patriots Way, 1 gY, PRII 16'-MONDAY, ' APRIL qR 2010:#29 ford, DE 19963; or the Sussex County chapter of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA), 22918 S. DuPont Blvd., Georgetown, DE 19947. Continued on page 30 WE HAVE WAY TOO. MANY SALE ITEMSTO SHOW IN THIS AD! CASH & CUSTOMER CARRIES DISCOUNTS! NO CHARGE LOCAL DEUVERY, SET UP & REMOVAU"  ,  NOW 40% OFF! plg" !:i!i '!:I:: i :i:i::!:?i 28" SUN JUST $10! FULL CORNER SET $1,000 OFF]. LAMPS FROM $39! VlDEO-CUNER LIST $410 $129! 'FULL SLEEP SOFA $549! YOUR CHOICE - TABLE OR CHAIR JUST $69! ENDS 4/30/10 ] ENDS 4/30/10 SALE COUPON $50 OFF " *" o LUXURY LIFT RECLINING CHAIR! BESCHE FURNITURE, on Highway 9, 4 miles east of Gem Online at 00.beschefurniture, Sale items maybe floor models, as-is or last one and are subject to prior sale. if we sell out of an ads available, in the same condition and if you special order it before this sale ends. Sale prices are not is from our list price, which is a manufacturers' suggested retail price or its equivalent. *On orders of Georgetown, Delaware, within Delaware and Ma@land. Removal of what is old and displaced also inc Storehouse, whereupon a charitable donation receipt for your tax purposes is available on request. C= paid by cash, personal check or debit card, Customer carries discount offered on orders of " FLIP FLOP SOFA $199! _PROTECTION ON SINGLE PIECE OF I FURNITURE DURING SALE! ENDS4rIOI getown, DE 302.856.6365 om srtised item, we will honor the sale price if it is still =pplicable to prior or pending orders. Amount off ;750.00 or more per delivery, up to 50 miles from ides donation (if the item is usable) to the Christian ,sh discount offered on orders Qf $500.00 or more if 1500.00 or more, some restrictions apply.