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Cape Gazette NEWS FRIDAY MAY 29 - MONDAY, JUNE 1, 2015 3S Obituaries )) Gerald Lee Burton Sr., laboratory technician Gerald Lee Burton Sr., 82, of Dagsboro passed away.at home Saturday, May 23, 2015. He was born April 8, 1933, in Millsboro to the late Harry I. and Etta Layfayette Roberts Burton. He was retired from .General Foods, and had also worked at Townsend's and Vlasic in a long career as a laboratory technician. He was a veteran of the Korean Craig Foskey. She worked for the Indian River School District at the Frankford Elementary School as a cafeteria worker for approxi- mately 22 years. She is survived by her husband of 51 years, David Brittingham of Millsboro; two daughters, Connie Steel of Millsboro, and Traci Gray and her husband Robbie of Dagsboro; along with five grandchildren; seven great- grandchildren and one on the way. Services will be private. In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations in Charlotte's name to Compassionate Care Hospice, 28467 DuPont Blvd., Suite 6, Millsboro, DE 19966. Arrangements by Watson Fu- neral Home, Millsboro. War, and had served in the U.S. Army. Awards conferred on him by the military included two bronze stars. He also served in the Army Reserves, giving a total of eight years of service to the country. He liked to paint, did garden- ing, and especially loved easel painting. He was devoted to family and church, and church was a big part of his life. He was a very happy man, and had affection for fruitcake, which he shared with his family. He is survived by his wife, Dorena V. Burton; and three chil- dren: Felecia Burton of Dagsboro, Gerald Burton Jr. of Dagsboro, and Brian Burton and his wife Lorraine of Millsboro. He is also survived by two sisters: Mary Ann Atldns of Millsboro; and Pat- sy Oliver (and husband Norman) of Salisbury, Md.; and a brother: Frederick Burton (and wife Ger- trude) of Whaleyville, Md. Gerald was preceded by three brothers: Robert, Elwood and Irvin; and a sister: Doris Hail. He has one grandchild: Allison Burton; and a great-grandchild: Jarron Burton. A funeral service and Celebra- tion of His Life will be held at Dickerson Chapel AME on Route 113 in Millsboro, Monday, lune 1, at noon. Friends may call one hour prior for a viewing. Interments follows at the Delaware Veteran Cemetery in Millsboro with the conferring of military honors. Charlotte Brittingham, cafeteria worker Mrs. Charlotte Sue Britting- ham, 71, of Millsboro, passed away peacefully Tuesday, May 19, 2015. Charlotte was born in Wilm- ington to the late Harry Jones and Dorris Walh. In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by a granddaughter, Nicole Brittingham; and a son-in-law, BEACH CLUB OCEAN VIEW THE BEACH IS JUST THE BEGINNING. True wellness encompasses the mind, body and spirit. At Ocean View Beach Club, we've designed a community that will enhance every part of your life. From the joy of having the perfect setting to gather your family, to the enrichment provided by our lifestyle coordinator, to the soothing environment at our spa, you'll love owning one of our beautiful beach homes in Delaware. What you love in life should be an important part of how you live your life. Own at Ocean View Beach Club. SELECT HOME SITES NOW AVAILABLE NEAR BETHANY BEACH FROM THE $300'S LiveWellOceanView.com I 855-827-9495 38541 Muddy Neck Road, Ocean View, Delaware _Jk_ CONVERGENCE & COMMUNll'IES