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28 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 26 - May 2, 1996 0bi:uaries Continued from page 27 nurse at Fair Acres Geriatric Cen- ter, Lima, Pa., retired in 1976 after 19 years. She was a member of St. John the Beloved Catholic Church, Milltown. Her husband, Andrew, died in 1971. She is survived by three sons, Andrew M. of Wilmington, George S. of Brookhaven, Pa. and Robert J. of Eddystone, Pa.; a daughter, Julie L. Tubbs of Wilm- ington; a brother, George Schalor of Lewes; two sisters, Margaret Casper of Levittown, Pa. and Eleanor Yanetti of McAdoo, Pa.; 10 grandchildren; and five great- grandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11 a.m., Friday, April 26, at St. John the Beloved Catholic Church, 907 Milltown Road, Sherwood Park, with visitation from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at Mealey Funeral Home, Limestone and Milltown roads near Pike Creek. Burial will be in Immaculate Heart of Mary Cemetery, Upper Chichester, Pa. Contributions are suggested to Alzheimer's Associ- ation Delaware Chapter, 321 E. 1 lth St., Wilmington DE 19801. Marriage Licenses Jennie M.C. Gears, homemaker Jennie M. Colicchio Gears, age 82, of Wilmington, died Saturday, April 20, 1996 at St. Francis Hos- pital. A homemaker, her first hus- band, Americo Ziami, died in 1962, and her second husband, Becks Gears, died in 1972. She is survived by a brother, Rocco L. Colicchio of Lewes; and two sisters, Josephine Pulgini and Rose Donofrio, of Wilmington. Mass of Christian Burial was held at St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church, with burial in Cathedral Cemetery. Contribu- tions are suggested to St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church. Nita Pearl Tingle, domestic worker Nita Pearl Tingle, age 56, of Seaford, died Thursday, April 18, 1996 of heart failure at Nanticoke Memorial Hospital, Sea:ford. Mrs. Tingle, a domestic worker, was a member of Booker Street Church of God, Georgetown. She is survived by two sons, Daniel L. Manus of Wilmington and Anthony Tingle of Lewes; a daughter, Arlene E. Tingle of Seaford; and six sisters, Patricia Mann and Delores Andrews, both of Seaford, Ola Gibbs of George- town, Marie Palmer of Salisbury, Md., and Ella Mae Posey and Jessie Cole, both of Brooklyn, N.Y. Services were held at Cathe- dral of Faith with burial in Mount Calvary Cemetery, Middleford. Elsie I. Simpler, retired surveyor Elsie I. Simpler, age 84, of Brandywine Hundred and Pot Nets near Millsboro, died Thurs- day, April 18, 1996 of heart fail- ure at Lewes Convalescent Cen- ter. Mrs. Simpler was a census surveyor for the University of Delaware at Newark until retire- ment. Her husband, John Elwood Simpler, died in 1993. She is survived by a daughter, Doris Jane Davidson of Pot Nets; a sister, Katherine Jane Logan of Pot Nets; eight grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. Services were held at Melson Funeral Services, Long Neck, with burial in St. George's Ceme- tery, Clarksville. Contributions are suggested to the American Cancer Society, 228C N. DuPont Highway, Georgetown DE 19947. Ray H. Stitzel, former prison guard Ray H. Stitzel, age 70, of Long Neck and formerly of Hamburg, Pa., died Tuesday, April 16, 1996 of heart failure at Beebe Medical Center. Mr. Stitzel was a prison guard for the Berks County Prison in Leesport, Pa. A veteran of World War II, he served in the U.S. Army Air Force. He was a member of American Legion Post 19 of Laurel, Cape Henlopen Elks Lodge 2540, VFW Broadkiln Post 6984 of Milton, Kempton Rod and Gun Club of Kempton, Pa., Ham- burg Fish and Game Club, The Loyal Order of Moose 523 of Hamburg. His wife, Harvene, died in 1974. He is survived by a daugh- ter, Kathleen A. Correll of Ham- burg, Pa.; three grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services were private. Annand memorial service announced A memorial service for Beryl Victoria Sampson Annand, who died Feb. 16, 1996, will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, April 27 at Chandler Funeral Home, 7230 Lancaster Pike, Hockessin. Mrs. Annand, age 89, of Re- hoboth Beach, was a former Wilmington area resident. Contri- butions are suggested to the Arthritis Foundation of Delaware. Robert Lee Cropper, retired trucker Robert Lee Cropper, age 71, of Lewes, died Wednesday, April 17, 1996 of a heart attack at home. Mr. Cropper was a long-dis- tance trucker for more than 30 years, retiring in 1983 as a driver for Metcalf Trash Removal, Lewes. He was a Navy veteran of World War II and a former mem- ber of American Legion Post 5, Rehoboth Beach. He is survived by his wife, Mary Beckett Cropper; a daugh- ter, Edna Cropper of Dover; four stepdaughters, Ernestine Church, Sharon Church and Karen Church, all of Salisbury, Md. and Teresa M. Butcher of Millsboro; a step- son, Larry Church of Salisbury; a sister, Mary Trader, and brother, Ashton, both of Selbyville; and several grandchildren. Graveside services were held at People's Memorial Park, Lewes. Beebe Medical Center, Lewes, Delaware Martin Jr. and Aliza Conventry, Lewes, April 15, son. Paula Marlowe, Millsboro, April 16, daughter. Patrick and Melisa Watts, Lewes, April 17, daughter. Gary and M.L. Bickford, Ocean View, April 17, daughter. Frederick Sample and Mary Brittingham, Lewes, April 18, son. Robert A. Phillips, Milton, and Jeanette Perkins, Georgetown. Boby G. Autry, Felton, and Lisa A. Roccia, Felton. Dale J. Lomas, Rehoboth Beach, and Katherine J. Shumako er, Rehoboth Beach. Warner L. Collins, Selbyville, and Vanessa A. Richards, Mills- boro. Robert F. Moyer Jr., Lewes, and Paula Murphy, Lewes. Frank E. Eldridge, Seaford, and Kelly J. Koski, Seaford. John M. Hamasaki, Newark, and Carol L. Sheldon-Ruark, Long Neck. John E. Inkster, Rehoboth Beach, and Esther J. Kernosh, Re- hoboth Beach. Moses E. Henderson, Houston, and Darlene E. Smith, Houston. # Spree I: C 0 L L E C T I 0 N  I For Aay Re00on...For Every Season! ,q;]t _ 107 Second Street Mon.-Sat. 10-5 /  Lewes, DE 645-0189 Sun. 11J4 .>,.,- Can We Talk? We need your help. We are looking for friendly, patient people to apply for SALES at Webster Furniture. Do you know someone who loves making a house a home, has a knack with color, and is confident when meeting people? Homemakers, teachers, medical professionals, counselors, customer- service specialists are backgrounds we know make excellent customer-service oriented salespeople. No previous sales experience necessary. We will train them. Contact Don Webster, Jr. Sales Manager, Webster Furniture at 227-8100. Thanks for helping. 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