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cape Gazeu BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE FR,DA₯, MAY 30- MONDAZ JUNE 2, 2OOS Sl HOT WATER HOUSE WASHING Delaware Hospice hires new staff for new center in Milford With the Delaware Hospice Center now open and serving the community, additional staff members have been hired to provide care and comfort. Delaware Hospice announces that the following individuals have been appointed to positions in the organization: • Linda Barry, RN, of Milton holds a nursing degree from Beebe School of Nursing and has experience in medical-surgical, intermediate care, home care, maternity and inpatient rehab • Monique R. Breton, RaN, of Milton has a nursing degree from Wilmington University and experience in critical care, inter- facility transport, trauma and correctional care • Herb Burbage of Milford, cook, has culinary experience from Westminster Village of Dover • Sharon Chranowski, RaN, of Lewes, earned her nursing de- gree at Lankenau Hospital School of Nursing and has diver- sifted experience in hospital nursing, case management and as a hospital liaison • Kathleen M. Cummings, RN, of Bethany Beach, has a nursing degree from Del Tech and expe- rience from St, Francis in-home care and hospice care • Michael Davis, of MiUsboro, cook, has culinary experience in the U.S. Navy and training at the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii • Teresa E. DeShields, CNA, of Millsboro, earned her profes- sional certification from Del Tech and has 25 years of experi- ence working in various nursing homes and private organizations • and agencies • Sharon V. Donlin, of Seaford, medical secretary, has 17 years' experience in secretarial and hu- man resources for the New Jer- sey Transit in Newark, N.J., Woods Service in Langhorne, Pa., and several other organiza- tions in the Seaford area • Becky Fleming, RN, of Mil- ford, graduated with a nursing degree summa cure laude from Del Tech and has experience as a cardiac nurse at Christiana Hos- pital and Beebe Medical Center • Micaila Galon, CNA, of E1- lendale, has experience provid- ing care for the elderly • Bill Gamuciello Jr., of Re- hoboth, network analyst holds professional certifications as a Microsoft certified systems engi- neer and Cisco certified network associate and has experience in systems network engineering and information technology se- curity • Edey H. Gomez, RN, of Greenwood, has nursing experi- ence in medical-surgical, cardiac orthopaedics, surgical and emer- gency room • Kelly L. Halliday, CNA, of Seaford, has worked as a certi- fied nursing assistant at Harbor Healthcare,-Seaford Genesis and LifeCare at Lofland Park • Barbara Hartigan, RN, of MiUsboro, earned a nursing de- gree from Del Tech and has 30 years' experience in the nursing profession • Brittany Elise Johnson, CNA, of Lincoln, earned her certified nursing assistant diploma from Polytech Adult Education • Susan Lewis, R_N, of Felton, holds a nursing degree from Del Tech and has 40 years' experi- ence in nursing • Terry Mills of Milton is a di- etary aide for the Delaware Hos- pice Center • Dr. Judith E. Pierson of Re- hoboth Beach, bereavement counselor, is a licensed psychol- ogist with a doctorate in coun- seling psychology from Boston University and has experience with the Boston University Counseling Center and a private psychotherapy practice • Linda S. Potter of Frederica is a medical secretary for the Delaware Hospice Center • Carolyn D. Pruitt, D.Min., of BridgeviUe, chaplain, earned her doctorate of ministry from Claremont School of Theology and was ordained as a clinical pastor with the United Church of Christ; she has served as pas- tor in California, Arizona and Colorado • Patti Quinn, RN, of Lewes, graduated from Rhode Island College and has worked as a staff registered nurse on various med- ical-surgical units in an acute care setting • Wanda S. Strickler, of Mil- ford, is the new office assistant. For more information about Delaware Hospice, call 800-838- 9800. SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL ENTREPRENEUR! 1998 GRADUATE OF CAPE HENLOPEN Over 500 Homes Must Be Sold! WASHINGTON STATEWIDE Auction Dates: June 7th-gth, 2008 Free Brochure • 800-313-5508 USHomeAuction.com Vinyl, Aluminum & Cedar Hand Gutter Cleaning COMPLETE COMMERCIAL SERVICES PI LICENSED AND INSU We've been providing sensible home mortgages to your friends and neighbors for years. We live here. We know the local economy. 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