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Cape Gazette CAPE LIFE TUESDAY, JUNE 17- THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 2008 15 Obituaries )) Continued from page 14 daughters Charli, Kaitlyn and Cassidy W. In addition to his par- ents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Harry Brannon; and a sister, Elva Beeson. Friends may call from noon to 1 p.m., Friday, June 20, at the Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 1000 N. DuPont Parkway, New Castle. A committal service will follow at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 2465 Chesapeake City Road, Bear. Gary Lee Bliss, Vietnam veteran Gary Lee Bliss, 58, of Oak Or- chard, near Millsboro, passed away on June 11, 2008, in his home. Gary was born on Feb. 1, 1950, in Coming, N.Y. He was an electrician. Gary was a U.S. Army veteran of the Vietnam War and he was a mem- ber of the Oak Orchard- Riverdale American Legion Post 28. Gary is survived by his wife, Marguerite "Taffy" Bricker; his parents, Lee and Wanda Davis Bliss of Millsboro; one son, Dean Bliss and his wife Norr Aarohi of Leesburg, Va.; one brother, David Bliss; six sisters, Helen Taylor, Susan Herbst, Mary Eddy, Janice Calloway, Judy Cook and Lauri DiFrancisco; two grandchildren, Kaya and Maggie Bliss; nieces, nephews, cousins, friends; and his beloved canine friends, Geor- gia and Casper. Services will be private and at the convenience of the family. Arrangements by Watson Fu- neral Home, Millsboro. John 'Jack' Vareha, La Roche retiree John "Jack" Stephen Vareha, 62, of Lewes, passed away Thurs- day, June 12, 2008, in Beebe Med- ical Center, Lewes. Mr. Vareha was born Jan. 18, 1939, in Mt. Holly, N.J., son of the late Joseph and Rose (Horvath) Vareha. Jack grew up in the Trenton area with his siblings Elizabeth and Joseph. He met his wife Jean while working in New York and was married on Nov. 18,1967. Jack spent most of his life in Oak Ridge, N.J., where he lived for 28 years and raised his family. He retired from La Roche In- dustries, based in Atlanta, Ga. He relocated to Lewes in 1998 with his wife and his daughters soon followed in order to be near Jack went on to various "re- tired" careers; most recently he served as a Pot Nets security guard. He will be remembered by all who loved him for his dry sense of humor, compassion for ani- mals and for the love of his fami- ly, especially his three grandchil- dren. Jack is survived by his wife of 40 years, Jean Vareha; two daughters, Laura Schneider and her husband Jacob of Lewes and Penny Gross and her husband Joshua of Long Neck; three beloved grandchildren, Madeline Rose, Sydney Jay and Spencer John; his sister, Elizabeth Michalchuck; and his brother, Joseph Vareha, both of Trenton, N.J. A memorial service will be 11 a.m., Saturday, June 21, in the Lutheran Church of Our Savior, 7 Bay Vista Road, Rehoboth Beach, with Pastor Donald C. Schaefer officiating. Instead of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions be made to the Bassett Hound Rescue (BROOD), c/o John Warner, 15213 Clear Spring Road, Williamsport, MD 21795; or to the American Diabetes Founda- tion, 100 W. 10th St., Suite 1002, Wilmington, DE 19801. Albert G. Perron, retired sales executive Albert G. Perron, 78, of Stuart, Fla., and Lewes, passed from this life on Thursday, June 12, 2008, in Christiana Care-Christiana Hos- Tmm mH llr/illbkaklm Ommai m.ll/.,ll laTr coati w, mj, b0,sc.( FI) pital, NewarE Born Nov. 12, 1929, in Boston, he was the husband of Trish Perron and they were married for 57 years. Al was hon- Albert Perron ored to be a fourth-degree Knight of Columbus and honor guard and a Korean War veteran. He retired as national sales ex- ecutive for Beverage-Air, a com- mercial refrigeration bottling in- dustry based in Spartanburg, S.C. AI loved golf, boating, ftshing, travel and spending time with his family. He was an avid supporter of Special Olympics and ARC. He was a man with a great sense of humor, a talented artist, calm in the storm, a true friend and a de- voted husband. Al lived his life by the follow- ing philosophy, 's you wander on in life, whatever be your goal, keep your eye upon the donut, and not upon the hole." For AI, the glass was always "half full." A1 is survived by his loving wife, Trish; daughter, Susan Per- ron, of Foxboro, Mass.; daughter and son-in-law, Janis Hanwell and Stephen Pratt of Lewes; daughter and son-in-law, Michele and Robert Falvey of Orlando, Fla.; son and daughter- in-law, Ron and Flo Landry of Orrington, Maine; son, Albert J. Perron of Arcadia, Fla.; sister, Re- nee Aprille of Hyde Park, Mass.; four grandchildren, Lacey Han- well, Dane Pratt and Chelsea and Katherine Falvey;, niece and hus- band, Laurie and Mark Marsters and children Meghan, Emily and Grace; nieces Denise Aprille and Linda McDermott; and nephews Frank Aprille and George Mc- Dermott. The family would like to thank Continued on page 16 1 Annual Percentage YieLd (APY) accurate as of 8/15/08 and sub ect to change. A new Premium Money Market Account with an initial deposit of $10,000 in new deposits funds not currently on deposit at PNC Bank or with PNC Investments) required to earn the APY, maximum $500,000. For the first three statement periods after account opening, your account wiLL earn a variable rate according to the foLLowing balance tiers: $1,BB0-$9,999.99 receives a variable rate, currently 1.00% APY (the Promotional Rate does not appty to this balance tier); $10,000+ receives a variable rate, currently 3.50% APY, which is guaranteed to be greater than our standard rate for aLL tiers of the Account for three statement periods. After the first three statement periods yourAccou nt wilt have our standard balance tiers of $1,000-$9,999.99; $10,000-$24,999.99; $25,000-$49,999.79; $50,000-$99,999.99; $100,000-499,999.99; $500,000+, and wilt earn our standard variable APY Fees may reduce earn ngs. Offer is only avaiLabLe to new PNC customers that open a Performance Checking Account. Offer avaiLabLe for a Limited time and may be modified or withdrawn at any time without prior notice and may vary by market. Business accounts not eLigibLe. 2 Annual Percentage YieLd (APY) accurate as of 6/15/08 with $1,000 minimum to earn APY. PenaLty for early withdrawaL. Maximum $500 000. Offer avaiLabLe for new or existing PNC Bank Performance Checking customers only. PLease see our Consumer ScheduLe of Service Charges and Fees for information about the Performance Checking Account. FDIC insured to the maximum permitted by Law. Other terms and rates avaiLabLe. Business accounts not eligible. Offer avaiLabLe for a Limited time and may be modified or withdrawn at any time without prior notice and may vary by market. @2008 The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. ALL rights reserved. PNC Bank Member FDIC.