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Cape Gazette Obituaries )) Charles 'Chuck' Young, dedicated firefighter Charles "Chuck" A. Young, 71, of Bethany Beach, formerly of Wilmington, passed away Thursday, June 4, 2015, at Beebe Healthcare in Lewes, Chuck was born in Philadel- phia, Pa., Dec. 18, 1943, and was raised in Drexel Hill, Pa., son of the late Leland E and Virginia H. (Mann) Young. He graduated from Bonner High School in 1961, and attended Temple Uni- versity. Chuck loved sports and played both football and baseball. He also proud- ly served his country from Charles Young 1963-65 in the U.S. Army in the Counter Intelligence Corps in Orleans, France. After his discharge from the Army, he worked as a sales engineer with Mine Safety Appli- ances (MSA). In 1982 he married Diane M. Young and spent 28 years together until her passing in 2009. Chuck started his own property management company, and owned and managed a num- ber of small apartment buildings in the Wilmington area. He was a co-founder of the Greater Wilm- ington Housing Providers; an association of property manag- ers. Since 1969, he had been a volunteer fireflghter and EMT with Talleyville Fire Company and currently with the Bethany Beach Volunteer Fire Company, where he held the position of fire police officer. Through the years, he held several fire and administration offices in the fire company. In 1993, he built a home in Bethany Beach and retired there full time in 2005. Chuck enjoyed working with his neighbors on several committees, and also served on the board of directors of the Salt Pond Community in Bethany Beach. In the past few years he has been blessed to have his faithful companion Mary Putschky by his side. He is also survived by two nephews, Lee and Steve Kowal- ski; and a grandniece, Shannon Kowalski. A visitation will be held from 10 a.m. to noon, Tuesday, June 9, with a funeral service and firemen's honors at noon at the Bethany Beach Volunteer Fire Company, 215 Hollywood St., Bethany Beach. Interment will be held privately at a later date at the Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Millsboro. Chuck requested no flow- ers; however contributions in his name may be made to the Bethany Beach Volunteer Fire Company, PO Box 950, Bethany Beach, DE 19930. Ted Baer, meat supervisor Ted Baer, 94, of Lewes, for- merly of Chester, Pa., passed away Wednesday, June 3, 2015, at Harbor Healthcare in Lewes. A veteran of World War II, he served in Africa, Sicily and Italy with the 835th Engineer Aviation Battalion. Due to an injury in Italy, he spent over one year in Army hospitals recuperating. A meat cutter by trade, he retired as meat supervisor of the Shop "N" Bag Markets in Phila- delphia, Pa, Ted was a master mason of Doric Lodge 30 in Millville. He was preceded in death by his parents, Julius and Caroline; sisters, Jean, Anne, Elizabeth and Marea; brothers, Carl and Bill; and his beloved wife, Ev- elyn Baer. Ted is survived by his daughter, Barbara Stanley; his sisters, Madalene, Gerry and Bea; and his grandson, Robert J. DeFlaviis. A funeral service was held Monday, June 8, at the Long Neck Chapel of Melson Funer- al Services, 32013 Long Neck Road, Millsboro. Interment with military honors was held at Hen- lopen Memorial Park, 28787 Lockerman Road, Milton. Claude William Hudson, provided so much joy On June 4, 2015, a beautiful spirit passed from our world to the next. Throughout his life on earth eABe t,ee he provided so many with joy, guidance, respect, love, and yes, entertainment. His spirit was always larger than his sizable hu- man frame, and now it has grown even more. Thank you Claude William Hudson - Bill - Huds - Dad - Pops for what you were to so many of us. For a life of security, warmth, and adventure, we will be forever grateful. Bill, born in Lewes, he spent his youth in Rehoboth Beach, with his brothers, Terry, Sprig- gy, and Denny. He moved to Wilmington, N.C. in 1980 from Cowtown, N.J. He was employed by Thomas Construction Group ) as a safety director. )) S!gn 0n!ine guestb~ksat! He is survived by his wife of 50 years. Holly R. Hudson; his three children: Steven, Sean, and Shan- non; and his five grandchildren: Ben Hudson, Shelby Hudson, sh i . Tristyn Hudson, Kali Szczypta, i ..... : and Hudson Szczypta. The family will hold a celebra- tion of Bill's life in October at a time and date to be announced. art classes art events art exhibitions uPCOMING EXHIBITION HENLOPEN ACRES JUNE 19 - JULY 2015 42nd ANNUAL MEMBERS' FINE CRAFT EXHIBITION ANIMAL KINGDOM MEMBERS' SHOWCASE OPENING JUNE 19 FROM 5:00 - 7:00 P.M. reception sponsored by: Dogfish Head & Hobos Restaurant " ...... Through June 14, The Sensible Y Forest, ReflectingLight and In The cchi, IlYestito, . Abstract at the Henlopen location. ael QuattroaO . ~ award winners. MIch~ .~.,. 2014 fine ~- .... a ne OT 1.l t~ . ~ WO0O, 0 ..... .... ......... FEATURED CLAss ABSTRACT ACRYLIC PAINTING with Maryanne Pollack all levels JUNE 15 - 18 2:00 - 3:00 P.M. Henlopen Acres location JUNE 18 - SALON: Art of the Dish with Denise Clemons from 6 - 8 p.m. at her home in Lewes. Through June 21 NEXT, works by Emerging StudentArtists at the Route 9 location. Find All RAL Classes & to Register on the Website rehobothartleague,org I 302.227.8408 Delaware Division of the L / Call 302-645-7700 or visit | J Cape Gazette .com OBOTH Ak [ l EAGUE