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Saturday, May 6, 2017 4:00pm - 7:30pm On the Green behind Lewes Public Library Tickets $80 each, to purchase online visit: Thank you to all of our sponsors including: Beacon Pediatrics • The Lewes Building Company • Dr. Roman Orsini of Orthopaedic Associates Coastal Tented Events • Nage • Dogfish Head Craft Brewed Ales • Cape Gazette • Doodle Design Dr. & Mrs. Mark Sordi • The Moshier Family • Innovative Hospitality Solutions, Inc. Drs. Brendan Wiggins and Mark Wilkinson of Beebe Gastroenterology Associates • Dr. Edward & Mrs. Mireille Jaoude CW and Susie Mitchell • Southern Delaware Therapeutic Riding • Bayberry Flowers Richard L. Bryan • Jay Diaz of Print & Promo Coast 2 Coast • Joost Wafel Co. • Paul Cullen • Lewes Printing The Mundok Family • Parkowski Guerke & Swayze, P.A. • Johnson Orthodontics • Atlantic Chiropractic Associates Join us for a Kentucky Derby party! Heavy Hors d'oeuvres • Silent & Live Auctions • 50/50 Race Raffle Live Music by The Plate Scrapers • Mint Julep Cup for Every Attendee Open Bar with Wine, Beer, Mint Juleps & "Seabiscuit" – a Signature Cocktail featuring Dogfish Head's Compelling Gin & Seaquench Ale coastal kitchen + bar JAMES C. REED, P .A. Attorney at Law Call for a consultation (302) 227-2477 19633 Blue Bird Lane, Rehoboth Beach, DE A federal debt relief agency that can assist you in filing for bankruptcy relief. Areas of Practice · Bankruptcy · Contracts · Wills & Estates · Corporations & Business Law · Divorce · Family Law · Traffic · Misdemeanor Criminal Cape Gazette NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 28 - MONDAY, MAY 1, 2017 33 Obituaries » Robert P. Johnson, Home Depot retiree Robert P. Johnson, a.k.a. Bobby J, of Rehoboth Beach passed away at Dela- ware Hospice Thursday, April 20, 2017. He was sur- rounded by his friends and family. Bob retired from Home Depot after 10-plus years of service, and is remembered fondly by many of his coworkers and customers, not to mention his neighbors. He leaves behind his two daughters, Kelly Sue and Chel- sea; his brother Bill Johnson; his best friend Kimberly Bart; and his beloved cat Figaro. His caregivers, especially Kim and Kristin Ulmer and Shayne Cubler, had a special place in his life as well as in their hearts for Bob. We are very grateful for their compassionate care. Con- trinbutions are suggested to the American Cancer Society. Bestpitch memorial service set A Memorial Service will be held for Jay W. Bestpitch Satur- day, April 29, at 11 a.m., at New Life Bible Fellowship Church, 24771 Cannon Road, Millsboro. A luncheon will be held in the fellowship room at the church, following the service. All are invited. James C. Walton Sr., hardworking man James Christian Walton Sr., 53, also known as “Johnny Walton,” of Seaford, passed away at his home Friday, April 21, 2017. Johnny was born in Augsburg, Germany, Dec. 5, 1963, to the late James (Jim- my) Clarence Walton and his surviving mother An- nelies Eules. Johnny had a huge heart and would do anything for anyone. He was a hardworking man, who worked no matter how bad he felt! His family was his whole life and he loved them to the fullest! Johnny was enlisted in the Army for four years. He returned home and furthered his career in construction. He became well known for his ability and knowledge in this field. He had been working in this field for 29 years. He was currently employed at David G. Horsey and Son. He leaves to cherish his memo- Robert Johnson James Walton ries his wife Wanda Walton; three children, James (Monkey) Walton Jr., Meggan Walton and Jacob Walton, all of Seaford; a son by his first marriage, James Tyler Walton of Florida; broth- er Richie Walton of Delmar; sister Marianne Walton (Rich) Mitchell of Delmar, sister Melissa (Missy) Graham of Alabama, brother Ricky Walton of Delmar, sister Angela Sims of Delmar, brother Michael Walton (Amy) of Seaford; a granddaughter Mia- riah Walton and her mom Jessica Peterson of Seaford; numerous nieces and nephews, and cous- ins that he loved and cherished dearly. There are a few nieces and a nephew that he helped raise, Crissy Andrews, Angel Lauer, Margaret Faircloth and Woody Faircloth, whom he loved as his own. Celebration of life service will be held Saturday, April 29, at 3 p.m., at Christ Evangelistic Church, 9802 Camp Road, Lau- rel. Family and friends may visit one hour prior to service.