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10 - CAPE GAZETTE - Tuesday, April 17 - Thursday, April 19, 2007 .(c-, .. . ,,...     ,,. rl .y Drmmg ocxmemV  Cmy  t.mm New design approved for Kids' Ketch building The Lewes Couercial Architectural Review Commission has approved an exterior redesign of Kids' Ketch toyshop at 132 Second St. The panel approved the design at its Thursda April 12 meeting. Kids' Ketch owners, Teresa and Jim Ford, said they wanted to update the front of the building, and change the business's sign. Jim Ford, the city's mayor, said .the redesigned building would change the appearance of the structure that had operated as a hardware store for many years. The new design features a standing-seam metal roof, deco- rative fascia moldings, a custom-designed art glass transom, and 39.square-foot, Hghted oval sign. Late 0bituarie00, Continued from page 8 to her declining health. She was. a member ofWesley United Methodist Church and Providence United Methodist Church, both in Georgetown. She is survived by her husband 6f over 51 years, David Martin Pepper; a brother, John S. Isaacs of California; half sisters, Nancy Kimbro of Dover, Hilda Lankford and husband William of Milton and Karlyn Musante and husband Jim of Malibu, Calif. She will be dearly missed by her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Her five lit- "tie Peppers are M. Lee Pepper and his wife Peggy, D. Randy Pepper and his wife Mary-Beth, Connie A. Moore and her husband Dave, Beth P. Beck and her husband Jon and her estranged son, Howard I. __ Pepper. Her grandchildren brought - much joy to her world and they included Tyna Lynch and her hus- band Keith, David and Cody Pepper, Amanda Dorey, Melanie Moore, Benjamin Beck and Alec and Savannah Beck. She was blessed to have two great-grand- daughters, Kelsey and Makayla Pepper-Lynch. Her entire family still resides within 10 miles of each other in Georgetown. Almeda also had two special friends she loved like family, Mary Louise Workman of Georgetown and Elma Parsons of Lincoln. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m., Thursday April 19, in the chapel of Short Funeral Services, 609 E. Market St., Georgetown, where friends may call after noon. Interment will be held at Union Cemetery, Georgetown. Contributions may be made to: Providence United Methodist Church, c/o Maryleen Cathell, 216 W. Market St., Georgetown, DE 19947 or Georgetown American Legion Ambulance Fund, Sussex Post #8, P.O. Box 734, Georgetown, DE 19947. I