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9 Lewes, Delaware William and Sheryl Polite, Lewes, April 9, daughter. Andrea and Robert Pedigo, Lewes, April 10, son. James and Kimberly Allison, Selbyvile, April 12, daughter. Michael Koenig and Shannon Wolf, April 13, Millsboro, daugh- ter. Brad and Heather West, Mills- boro, April 14, daughter. Mike and Laura McFarlin, Sharptown, MD, April 14, daugh- ter. James and Randi Argo, Milton, April 14, son. Marriage Licenses page both of Millsboro; and a step-sis- ter, Bonnie McCall of Lewes. Services were held at Harmony United Methodist Church, near Millsboro, with burial in Harmony Church Cemetery. Henry Buniski, developer Henry Buniski, age 72, of Queenstown, Md., formerly of Dover, died Monday, April 14, 1997 of complications from hip surgery in Easton Memorial Hos- pital. Mr. Buniski was founder and developer of the Brookfield devel- opment in the Dover areae. He is survived by his wife of 44 years, Mildred Clark Buniski; a daughter, Deborah Buniski, of Linwood Eley, HI and Railyn Timmons, Milton, April 15, daughter. Michael and Deanna Bryson, Rehoboth Beach, April 15, son. David Harris and Tarra Kennedy, Rehoboth Beach, April 16, son. John and Pain Sadler, Rehoboth Beach, April 17, daughter. Robert S. Pennypacker, Ocean City, MD, and Melanie D. Kelly, Newark. Wayne A. Mitchell, Jr., George- town, and Patricia J. Lathbury, Georgetown. Donald L. Byler, Laurel and Linda G. Marvel, Laurel. Greenville; two sons, Drew of Queenstown and Douglas of Re- hoboth Beach; two sisters Emily Pasda of Dover, and Florence Weldon of Florida; two grandehil: dren. A Mass of Christian burial was held at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Dover, with burial in St. Peter's Cemetery, Queenstown.. George Anthony Crane, test specialist George Anthony Crane, age 6% of Lewes, died Wednesday, April 23, 1997, of complications from a stroke at Harbor Healthcare Cen- tel'. Mr. Crane retired from General- Electric Co. in Malvern, Pa. in 1990 after 34 years, having been employed as a test specialist. A U.S.Navy veteran, he was a member of theNational Chess Federation, a member of theAm- erican Contract Bridge League Randall H. Bergh, Seaford and Crystal H. Joseph, Seaford. Demetrius L. Jenkins, Seaford and Precious L. Santiago, Seaford. Richard D. McKinley, Jr., Sel- byville, and Sandra D. Ballentine, Selbyville. Louis F. Spahn, H, Delmar, and Jamie M. Curshaw, Delmar. Gordon Shoultes, Georgetown, and Melissa L. McCabe, George- town. Quinn A. Frazier, Millsboro and Denise R. Scott, Millsboro. James E. Fritz, Jr., Georgetown and Lauren L. Arnold, George- town. Mark D. Longo, Seaford, and Joyce G. Rubino, Seaford. Robert W. Foster, Milton and Mary M. Darling, Milton. Brian L. Rogers, Milford and and member of GeneralElectric Quarter Century Club. His first wife, Jenny McCol- lough Crane, died in 1980. He is survived by his wife, Bet- ty R. Crane of Ocean City, Md.; two sons, Francis Crane of Springfield, Pa. and George A. Crane Jr. of Morristown, Pa.; two stepsons, Steve Forehand of Day- tona Beach, Fla. and Michael Forehand of Wilmington; a step- daughter, Kerry Gebhart of Del- mar, Md.; a brother, Edward Crane of Springfield; and two step-grandchildren. Services will be held at 11 a.m., Friday, April 25, at Parsell Funer- al Home, 1449 Kings Highway, Lewes, where friends may visit from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Burial will be in Delaware Veterans Ceme- tery, Bear. Contributions are suggested to Cardinal Kroll Center, Sproul Rd., Springfield, Pa. 19064. Ginger M. Jensen, Milford. Richard L. Carey, Greenwood, and Carmen L. Watson, Green- WOod. Timothy B. Dill, Seaford, and Pamela A. Lynch, Seaford. Jeffrey A. Hansen, Willards, MD and Karin A. Sasse, Willards, MD. David W. Thompson, Seaford, and Jessica L. Ford, Seaford. Dallas M. Shockley, Jr., Mil- lville and Kimberly M. Campbell, MillviUe. Douglass D. Bailor, Bear, and Susan M. 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