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16 TUESDAY, JUNE 7- THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 2011 CAPE LIFE cape Gazette Obituaries )) Continued from page 15 was a member of Mariner's Bethel United Methodist Church, the Bethany Beach Vol- unteer Fire Company and served on the boards of the Wilmington Trust and Sussex Trust banks. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife Naomi Hickman in 2000; four brothers, Ollie Hickman Jr., William Kelly, Donald Hickman and Elisha Hickman; and a sister, Maude Murray. He is survived by his wife Katherine H. Cole Hickman; a son, Chad Hickman and his wife Michele of Millville; a daughter, Jaclyn Hills and her husband Steven of Dagsboro; four grand- children, Tyler, Travis, Amber and Derek; a brother, Delmus Hickman; and two sisters, Janis Burbage and Violet Rickards. A funeral service will be held. at 1 p.m., Wednesday, June 8, at Mariner's Bethel United Methodist Church, 81 Central Ave., Ocean View where friends and family may call after 11 a.m. Interment will follow in the ad- joining cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions in Jack's name to Mariner's Bethel Vision Fund, 8i Central Ave., Ocean View, DE 19970. George M, Donald Jr., retired millwright George M. Donald Jr., 69, passed away Tuesday, May 31, 2011, in Brookhaven, Pa. Born in Chester, Pa., he resided in Brookhaven until moving to Rehoboth Beach four years ago. He graduated from Chester High School and worked for Scott Pa- per and Chalmers and Kubeck as a millwright. He belonged to the Moose Lodge in Delaware. He was predeceased by his beloved wife Sandra Donald and his fa- ther George Sr. He is survived by his mother Catherine Donald; his children George, Timothy, Scott and Kimberly Donald; his broth- ec -JadiCkl)ukn'ald;andhisgrandsn Lewes Steps Out For Fitnes: 2011 starts June 16 A memorial service will take place at 8 p.m., Tuesday, June 7, at the Bateman Funeral Home, 4220 Edgmont Ave., Brookhaven, Pa, 19015. Visitation will be from 7 to 8 p.m., at the funeral home. Bur- ial will be private. Leonard 'Bud' Adler, retired principal Leonard "Bud" Adler, formerly of Roxana, passed away Thurs- day, May 12, 2011. He was the hus- band of the late Doris Adler (nee Speck); loving father of Nancy (late Reed) Halliday of Arling- ton, Va., Rick (Carol) Adler of Detroit, Mich., Jessica Hall of Culpeper, Va., and Jenny (Jay) 'Leopold of Columbia, Md.; dear grandfather of David Halliday, Joelle Adler, Graham and Zoe Hall, Rebecca and Amanda Leopold; and adored great- grandfather of Bailey Hall. He was a retired teacher and principal in the Arlington Coun- ty school system and an instruc- tor in Civil War history at the Delaware Academy of Lifelong Learning. He served as past president of the local chapter of the S.P.E.B.S.QS.A. barbershop singing group, was a member of the society for preservation of Civil War battlefields, and a member of Lewes Historical So- ciety. He also enjoyed world- wide travel and supported Coastal Concerts. Ftlridl' l 6t3vices and inter- ment were private. Contribu- tions in his memory may be sent to Chesapeake Shakespeare Company (ChesapeakeShake- A memorial serv- ice will be held at 2 p.m., Sunday, lune 19, in Culpeper, Va., at Ravensnest Cafe (RSVP to )Sign online guestboolcs at: watamnfh,com Sussex Chem-Dry 302-497-7123 www.s Superior Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning. Drier. Cleaner. Healthier. Carpets Upholstery Area Rugs Stain & Pet Urine Removal with The Natural' ordy from Chem-Dry~ Inael~n~ly Owned & Ol~ena~ S~r*Jng Sussex County The 2011 version of the popu- parking lot. make it for all seven Thursday lar summer walking program, The walking program is free sign-in events will have their Lewes Steps Out For Fitness, will and everyone is imrited to attend, step recording cards entered for begin this year Thursday, June 16, This year's Lewes Steps Out a grand prize drawing to be at the public parking lot on program will also include walks awarded on the final night, Sept. Lewes BeacK to the Canalfront Park -- from 8. Sign-up will begin at 5"30 p.m. Lewes Beach - on registration Participants in the 2010 Lewes with participants again receiving nights for special activities relat- Steps Out For Fitness program free pedometers and registration ed to fitness and healthy living, logged an estimated 30,000 miles cards to record their steps. Among the activities planned for with millions and millions of The idea is to help the entire this year are zumba dancingand steps recorded on pedometers Lewes community build up yoga by Quest Fitness, O,j Dong between the middle of June and miles to make its way across the by Beebe MEdical Center's Inte- the middle of September. country on the American Dis- grative Health Department, The program, designed to help covery Trail, which begins at dodge ball and beach games by make the Lewes community one "Cape Henlopen State Park in Quest, Ideal Nutrition and Fit- of the nation's healthiest,is spon- Lewes and ends on the coast of ness by Lisa Harkins, playground sored by Beebe Medical Center, California. games by Tim Bamforth ofthe City of Lewes, Cape Gazette, Every two weeks in the sum- Seashore Striders and a closing Lewes Chamber of Commerce mer, walkers return to Lewes bonfire and related activities and Visitors Bureau, Lewes Vol- Beach to register the number of Thursday, Sept.8. unteer Fire Department, stePs they've taken. In addition to free pedometers Nemours Health and Prevention All of the steps are added up on opening night, all participants Services, and Quest Fitness. and converted to miles and regis- who sign in for their second reg- For further information, con- tered on a record board at the istration night will also receive a tact Lewes Chamber of Com- east end of the Lewes Beach free water bottle. Those who merce at 645-8073. MERR named finalist in 100 Cars for Good The Marine Education, Re- 100 days on Toyota's Facebook MERR receives the most votes search and Rehabilitation Insti- page, facebook.comAoyota. Visi- and is awarded the vehicle, it will tute, based in Lewes, is one of tors to the page can vote once a be used in the transport of ma- 500 finalists in Toyota's 100 Cars day for the organization they feel fine mammals and sea turtles. for Good program, which will is most deserving of a new Toy- The Marine Education, Re- award vehicles to 100 nonprofit ota vehicle. MERR will be one of search and Rehabilitation Insti- organizations based on votes the five organizations highlight- tute Inc. is a nonprofit stranding from the public, ed for voting Wednesday, July 27. response and rehabilitation or- Toyota's 100 Cars for Good Local residents are encour- ganization dedicated to the con- program will showcase five non- aged to support MERR and its profit organizations each da for cluest for a new Toyota Tundra. If Continued on page 17 Time "1 believe that wellness is not only an absence of disease, but is better described with terms such as vibrancy, creativity, flourishing, potential and maximizing & excelling at life." - John Rees, D.C. Dr. Rees' patients have benefited from his chiropractic services for 26 years. He strongly belLeves in a wellness approach to health care that can be achieved with a combination of chiropractic, exercise, nutrition and positive stress management life skills. Stop in for a free consultation today to see how he can improve your quality of life. MILTON CHIROPRACTIC 113 Union Street, Suite A Milton, DE 19968 302.684.1995 Whole House Special ;259 You Save ;131