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.-i- - CAPE GAZETI, Friday, June 13 - June 19, 2008 - 19 Late Obituaries Continued from page 18 volunteer work with the Rehoboth Beach Lions Club and 10 years of volunteering in Beebe Medical Center's emergency room. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Carol K. Searles; his chil- dren, LisaA. Searles, Raymond R. Searles II, Loft S. Grasing and her husband, Hank, Susan S. Gimbu- tas and her husband Aidas, and Stacey S. Murphy and her hus- band Dave. He is also survived by seven grandchildren, Ryan J. Searles, Julie A. Henderson, Leah I. Gimbutas, Luke H. Grasing, Christopher R. Willey and Susan and Ashur Murphy. A celebration of his life will be held at 11 a.m., Tuesday, June 24, at Rehoboth Beach Country Club with a reception to follow for friends and family at the club. Contributions are suggested to Beebe Vision 2005 ER Expansion Fund or Delaware Hospice. Arrangements were made by ParseU Funeral Homes & Crema- torium, Lewes. Richard B. Traylor, retired police officer Richard B. Traylor of Lewes died Tuesday, June 10, 2003, at Beebe Medical Center, Lewes. "Hook" retired from the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department in 1977 with numerous commen- dations. He was a world renowned firearms expert and the 561st member of the 2600 club. A lifelong member of the NRA and a U.S. Marine, "Ritchie" is survived by his wife, Patricia; his sons, Richard and William Tray- lor; daughtei Leza and husband Scott Sabey; and his grandchil- dren, Shawn and Brian Traylor. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at noon, Saturday, June 14, at St. Jude the Apostle Catholic Church, Route 1, Five Points, Lewes. Contributions are suggested to Infants & Toddlers Battle Monu- ment School, 7801 E. Collingham We Do More Than Develop Your__ Film In One Hour.. Lots More Film Sales Custom Framing Poster Size Prints Photo Restoration Ready Made Frames Beach Portraits Digital Camera PHnts Underwater Cameras Point & Shoot Cameras Enlargements Art Gicles Reproductions Scanning Services Portrait Studio Prints From Prints & Lots More www.flratstatephoto.corn Dr., Baltimore MD 21222. Arrangements were made by Parsell Funeral Homes & Crema- torium, Lewes. Alfred F. 'Pete' Sipple, Milton handyman Alfred F. "Pete" Sipple, 75, of Milton, died Wednesday, June 11, 2003, at home. Born in Dover to the late Clarence E. and Elanor Johnson Sipple, Pete and his family had lived in Milton since 1945. He was a cocoa bean roaster op- erator for Kraft General Foods for 28 years, retiring in 1992. He was also well known in Mil- ton for his handy work, doing many odd jobs over the years. An Army veteran, he was a life member of the Broadkiln VFW Post 6984 in Milton and a member of the Lewes-Rehoboth Moose Lodge 646 and Kraft Food Re- tirees Group. He attended both Christ Episco- pal Church in Dover and St. Pe- ter's Episcopal Church in Lewes. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Alvetta Sipple in 1987, and a brother, Clarence Sipple, in 1956. He is survived by his son, Al- fred F. Sipple II of Milton; two grandchildren, Christopher Lee and Casie Lynn Sipple of Milton; his companion of 15 years, Mari- on Case of Dover; a brother, George E. Sipple of Magnolia; and three sisters, Phyllis M. Aaron of Magnolia, Frances Robinson of Milton and Shirley Ames of Frankford. Services will be held at 3 p.m. Monday, June 16, at Short Fun- deral Services, 416 Federal Street, Milton, where friends may call at 2 p.m.. Burial will be private. Contributions are suggested to St. Peter's Episcopal Church, P.O. Box 464, Lewes DE 19958, or Delaware Hospice, 600 N. Dupont Hwy., Georgetown DE 19947. EASTER SEALS THANKIS The LEWES CRUISE FOR KIDS 2003 n Sunday, June 8, 2003, over 50 children with disabilities and their families boarded boats in Lewes as geasts on a pleasure cruse on the Delaware Bay, followed by a picnic on the deck of the Lighthouse Restaurant. Countless individuals, organizations, and businesses worked together to make Cruise for Kids 2003 posbie. On behalf of the children who enjoyed this terrific experience, Easter Seals extends its heartfelt thanks to all of you. Sponsors and Contributors* Delaware River and Bay Authority - Lead Sponsor Wilmington Trust - Lead Sponsor The City of Lewes Lighthouse Restaurant. Rsherman's Wharf Lewes-Rehoboth Rotaff Club Delaware Today-A division of Today Media, Inc. Atlantic View Motel Beach View Motel Avenue Inn Cape Gazette & Beach Paper Happy Harry's Discount Drug Stores Comcast Delmarva Rehoboth Outlets Dr. Michael & Chdstie Butterworth EO.R Lodge 10 Loren Senders Glenn Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Southem Delaware Physical Therapy First State one hour Photo Service Senator and Mrs. George H. Bunting, Jr. Midwest Feather & Down Intervet, Inc. The Rookery Happy G & O'Lucky Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Captains Boats Stan Noronowicz Angler Bill Cheyney, Media Boat Stephanie Anne Holly Ann Firuta Hook'Em II Charters Art Bada Spoil Me Rotten Steve Gengler Black Duck Dan Fendler W'sh Thorn Harrison Sr. Rsh Stories Bill McMonigle Richard Wahl Lucky Two John Lewis Easter Seals would also like to sincerely thank all of the over 100 volunteers who helped plan our Lewes event and who assisted on Cruise day; space does not allow a full list. However, special thanks must be extended to the Lewes-Rehoboth Rotary Club who sponsored the picnic, to Paul Buchness and staff of the Lighthouse Restaurant, to Charlie and Nancy Joseph for their clowning, members of the media, and to the fireless Easter Seals staff and Cruise for Kids planning team.. Thanks for a .q_mat day...see you next year/ All proceeds from Cruise for Kids benefit Easter Seals, a nonprofit, community health organization dedicated to increasing the independence of chil- dren and adults with disabilities. teapm U.