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22 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, Obituaries Louise R. Fabrizio, Rehoboth hostess Louise Ryan Fabrizio, 79, a fourth generation Washingtonian and summer resident of Rehoboth Beach for the past 55 years, died of cancer Wednesday, April 19, 1995 at her home in Washington, D.C. Mrs. Fabrizio, an avid gardener, had been a founder and president of the "Hoe and Hope" garden club. "Her gardening skills were personified at her home on Silver Lake," said friend Teresa Weber of Rehoboth Beach. "She was the hostess personified - overseeing every last detail, and quite a cook. Her talent for entertaining was un- surpassed and everyone looked forward to visiting her. Louise made even the most casual gather- ing a special occasion." She was an active volunteer at the Kiwanis Club Crippled Chil- dren's Clinic and also volunteered for the Crippled Children's Soci- ety. She was very active at St. Ed- mond's Catholic Church in Re- hoboth Beach. She was a member of the Con- g ressional Country Club and the Rehoboth Beach Country Club. Antiques were another avocation, "and you could find her cruising Sussex County In her station wag- on looking for auctions and an- tique stores," Weber noted. Known for her understated ele- gance, black hair sleeked back in her signature knot, Mrs. Fabrizio and her husband of 56 years, Dr. Francis J. Fabrizio, U.S. Navy, Ret., were mainstays at the Hen- lopen Hotel during its heyday in the 1950s and 1960s. Dr. Fabrizio and his brother, Michael Fabrizio, owned this centerpiece of resort society. Noting Mrs. Fabrizio's devotion to her husband, children and grandchildren, another Re- hoboth Beach friend, Billie Shields, said "she was a wonder- ful neighbor and rooted for evei'y- body and we'll miss her dearly. ' She was in the background of everything Breezy [her husband] did. Weber added that "Louise al- ways had time and a kind word for everyone and was anxious to hear the news of the young people." Beside her husband, Mrs. Fab- rizio is survived by two children, Carol Ann Knoll and Francis J. Fabrizio Jr., both of Washington, D.C. and Rehoboth Beach; a brother, Joseph Ryan of Boise, April 21 - April 27, 1995 Idalao; two sisters, Margaret Bur- ton of Washington, D.C.; and Marie Malone of Alexandria, Va. Also surviving are five grandsons, E.J. Knoll Jr., Ryan F. Knoll, Christopher G. Knoll, Francis J. Fabrizio III and Chase J. Fabrizio, all of whom spent their summers at their parents' homes in Re- hoboth and frequently return to visit as time permits. Services will be heldat 10:30 a.m., Saturday, April 22 at the Im- maculate Conception Church, 8 and N St., N.W., Washington, D.C. Memorial services will be held in Rehoboth Beach at a date and location to be announced. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to George- town Visitation School Restora- tion Fund, 1524 35th St. N.W., Washington, D.C. 20007. Esther G. Griffith, home health aide Esther G. Griffith, 87, of Lewes, formerly of Milford, died Tuesday, April 18, 1995, of heart failure in Harbor Healtheare and Rehabilitation Center, Lewes. Mrs. Griffith began her career as a young woman working for the Mulholland Spoon Mill and Milford Stitching Co., both in Milford. In the 1950s, she and her husband, Marshall G. Griffith, op- erated a restaurant at the Sussex Poultry Co. in Milford for about seven years. Her last career was as a home health aide for the Townsend and Marshall families in Milford for several years before retiring in 1984. She was a member of Calvary United Methodist Church in Mil- ford, and attended Milford Church of the Nazarene. She also was a member of the Milford and Milton senior centers. Her husband died in 1967. She is survived by her son, Willard M. of Millsboro; two daughters, Catherine Ann Potter and Ruth Estella Mitchell, both of Milford; 11 grandchildren, 21 great grand- children and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Friday, April 21, at 3 p.m. at Lofland Funeral Home, 102 Lake- view Avenue in Milford. Burial will be in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Milford. Raymond Falkenheimer, New York City resident Raymond J. Falkenheimer, 52, of New York City, died Saturday, April 15, 1995, of cancer in Elmhurst General Hospital. Mr. Falkenheimer was a life- long resident of New York City. He is survived by a son, Robert C. of Harrington; two daughters, Karen L. Falkenheimer of Har- rington and Linda A. French of Greenwood; five grandchildren, Ashley, Stacey and Robert L. Falkenheimer, and Amanda and Joshua French; and four sisters, Virginia Steele and Mary Ann Bennett, both of Brooklyn, N.Y., Diana Costello of Dover and Don- na Falkenheimer of Rehoboth Beach. Memorial services were held Thursday, April 20 in Fleis- chauer Funeral Home in Green- wood. Burial was private. More Obituaries page 24 ["You Should See What I F0undI" "Ocean Outlets is a real discovery...over 70 stores in all. It's unbelieveable! We're talking big-time shopping here. There's BASS OUTLET, EDDIE BAUER, BUGLE BOY, ATHLETE'S FOOT and others too famous to believe == ! mention. Plus you won't ,. the savingsi 20 to 70% off regular retail prices - and EVERYDAY TAX-FREE SHOPPING! It's brand name shopping at factory outlet savings!" T,v., ! D ,. ,, ,, D Spring Hours: Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Conveniently located on Route 1 in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Call 302-226-9223 for store listings and more information. OPEN HOUSE Saturday, April 22nd 11 a.m.-2 p.m. 24 N. HERON DRIVE Over 2300 sq. ft. living space plus 2 car garage, sunroom w/terra cotta flooring. Master bedroom on first floor. Quality construction by Lane Build- ers. Come see! Host: PRUDENTIAL GALLO REALTY Amy Quillen 645-6661 ,.,- .... : 1,A,    .... 75 N. HERON DRIVE Spacious and airy w/panoram0c water views in growing water front community. 3+ BR, 2BA, hardwood floors, gas FP, and all amenities. You won't want to leave when you sit on the exra large screened porch overlooking the stocked pond. #5083U Priced to sell at $149,500. Host: JACK LINGO INC. Mary Lou 227-3883 Sheehan 58 MALLARD LANE You must see this newly con- structed pond front courtyard home in a great private pool community. Bass fishing available from community docks. This 3BR, 2BA open floor plan vaulted ceilings and expanses t)f glass make for bright and airy living. Fire- place & laundry room for added comfort. Hurry before its gone for $174,900. Host: PRUDENTIAL JOY-GALLO, REALTORS Pat 227-6101 Campbell-White JOIN US AT THE COVE on HERRING CREEK (directions) West on" Rt. 24, turn left at Angola light on 277. Pass entrance to Angola on right. 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