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.  = .: - r. .=, w : " r-,t "Y28 .CAPE'G2r, ZETI, F"da/; drtine I9 - June zo, 1998 Obituaries Continued from page 27 Jean Morgan, Laurel homemaker Jean Morgan, 66, of Laurel, died Friday, June 12, 1998, in Nanticoke Memorial Hospital, Seaford. Mrs. Morgan was a homemaker and a member of Centenary Unit- ed Methodist Church, Laurel. She is survived by her husband, Dwinton O.; a sbn, Dwinton O. II of Georgetown; three daughters, Dawn McWilliams of Annapolis, Md., Deborah J. Mitchell of Lau- rel and Doris M. Valenti of Lewes; her mother, Edna Marie Seiders of Edgemere, Md.; a brother, Robert I. Seiders of Chester, Md.; and three grandchil- dren. Services were held at Short Fu- neral Home, Laurel, with burial in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Laurel. Contributions are suggested to the Arthritis Foundation, 1505 Emerson Ave., Salisbury, Md. 21801, or American Cancer Soci- ety, New Castle, DE 19720. Lynn Marie Dycio, title company manager Lynn Marie Dycio, 39, of Col- orado, and formerly of Hockessin, died Sunday, June 7, 1998, of multiple injuries sustained while horseback riding in Glenwood Springs, Colo. Miss Dycio was a 1977 gradu- ate of Alexis I. duPont High School in Greenville. She attend- ed Harcum Junior College in Bryn Mawr, Pa. A resident of Colorado since 1982, Miss Dycio was manager of Aspen Title Company for 10 years and later was employed by Mesa National Bank in its mortgage de- partment. Miss Dycio was accomplished horsewoman and loved the out- doors. Her Wednesday afternoon horseback and snowmobiling groups could always depend on her to participate in rides through the high country near her home in the Roaring Fork River Valley. She is survived by her parents, Stephen J. and Patricia Buchanan Dycio of Lewes.; two sisters, Jan Dycio of Wilmington and Kim Taylor and her husband, John, of Landenberg, Pa.; and a brother, Chip Dycio, and his wife, Becky, of Kennett Square, Pa. She is also survived by three nieces; a nephew; and many aunts, uncles and friends in Colorado and Delaware. She was engaged to James Marshall of Glenwood Springs. More than 300 people gathered June 11 at Two Rivers Park in Glenwood Springs in a celebra- tion of life in her memory. A memorial Mass was held at St. Mary of the Assumption Church in Hockessin. Contribu- tions are suggested to Equine As- sistance Therapy, a volunteer or- ganization dedicated to providing people with disabilities and eco- nomic disadvantages the opportu- nity to enjoy the experience of horseback riding, at 5382 County Road 100, Carbondale, CO 81623. George Schalor, decorated veteran George Schalor, 77, of Lewes, died Thursday, June 11, 1998, at Beebe Medical Center, Lewes. Mr. Schalor was a 1939 gradu- ate of Hazelton (Pa.) High School. He worked as a millwright for Continental Can Co., Wilmington, for 17 years. He also worked for the Haveg Co. in Wilmington and had most recently worked for the University of Delaware College of Marine Studies in Lewes. Mr. Schalor served with the U.S. Marines dur- ing World War II and saw action in Roi Namur, Saipan and Iwo Ji- ma. He received a commendation and the Bronze Star for saving many lives. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, Re- hoboth Beach chapter, and a life member of the Ocean View VFW. He was a member of St. Jude's Catholic Church, Five Points. He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Helen B. Schalor, and two half sisters, Margaret Casper of Levittown, Pa., and Eleanor Yanetti of Hazelton. Services were held at St. Jude's Catholic Church, Five Points, with burial in Delaware Veterans Cemetery, Bear. Arrangements by Parsell Funer- al Homes & Crematorium, Lewes. Effie Mae Breasure,. company supervisor Effie Mae Breasure, 83, of Georgetown, died Thursday, June I 1, 1998, at Harrison House, Georgetown. Mrs. Breasure was a supervisor at the Gum Drop Manufacturing Co. Sewing Factory, Georgetown, for 12 years. She was a member of Asbury United Methodist Church, Georgetown, and a member of United Methodist Women. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Sara Breasure, in 1998. She is survived by her husband of 64 years, John Ward Breasure; three daughters, Joan Breasure of Georgetown, Joyc e Breasure of Wyoming and Margaret "Peggy" Breasure of Georgetown; a son- in-law, Dan Herrick of Wyoming; three sisters, Helen Beasley of Bristol, Pa., Frances Mumford of Rehoboth Beach, and Doris Walls of Seaford; and a brother, Ira Howard Short of Georgetown. Services were held in the Dodd- Carey Chapel, Parseli Funeral Homes, Georgetown, with burial in Union Cemetery, Georgetown. Contributions are suggested to Asbury United Methodist Church, Georgetown, DE 19947. Arrangements by Parsell Funer- al Homes & Crematorium, Georgetown. Millie Ward, factory worker Millie Ward, 79, of Lewes, died Friday, June 5, 1998, in Beebe Medical Center. Miss Ward was born in 1919 in Painter, Va. She was a retired fac- tory worker. She is survived by aunts and cousins. Services were held at Friend- ship Baptist Church, Lewes, with burial in the church cemetery. Regina E. Taylor Beeson, receptionist Regina Esther Taylor Beeson, 76, of New Castle, died Thursday, June I l, 1998, in Christiana Hos- pital. Mrs. Beeson had been a recep- tionist for the state Division of So- cial Services for 10 years. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harold R. Sr., in Jan- uary. She is survived by two sons, Harold R. Jr. of Bear and Robert of Dunkirk, Md.; two daughters, Pamela Whary of New Castle and Sally Reed of Rehoboth Beach; and 10 grandchildren. Services were held at New Cas- tle United Methodist Church, New Castle, with burial in Gracelawn Memorial Park, Minquadale. Contributions are suggested to New Castle United Methodist Women, New Castle, DE 19720. Norman E. McBride Jr., maintenance worker Norman Elwood McBride Jr., 71, of Ashbourne Hills, Claymont, died Monday, June 15, 1998, at his home. Mr. McBride was a mainte- nance worker at Airco in Clay- mont for 30 years, retiring in 1993. He was a World War II U.S. Navy veteran, serving on the USS Haines. He was a life member of the Claymont VFW. Survivors include his wife, Marilyn J. McBride; a son, Nor- man E. III of Rehol:/oth Beach; In Lewes 4545 (800) 773,2599 i i i ii iii i four daughters, Michele Willoughby of Raleigh, N.C., Joanne Dilks and Susan I. Clement, both of Wilmington, and Marilyn McBride of Claymont; 14 grandchildren; and seven great- grandchildren. Service will be at 10 a.m., Fri- day, June 19, at Gebhart Funeral Home, 3401 Philadelphia Pike, Claymont, with burial in Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery, off Route 71, near Summit Bridge. they're "Tweet" but they don't be/one . in your ' y chitnne00t.. _.), ;/ "i" :..\\; . SUSSEX STOVE, CO. Jim Seibert, Owner 645-7808 641 Hwy. One * Lewes BEACHWEAR FOR UR Summer's coming, and so is a FREE pair of ,;i sunglasses. When you buy a pair of clear prescription glasses by July 15, you'll get a pair of prescription sunglasses FREE. Food Lion Shopping Center Rt. 1 & Airport Road Rehoboth Beach (next to Happy Harry's) (302) 226-8800 A DAY AT T.E BEACH AT Sterlinu ---- UlTrlP00L. The Best Value In Sight. FREE =,,b. u-r I B01hpamu*tbesameprsc*il:0n.lntl  . v-- belorediscounlPresentcJpnatl ' SUNGLASSES - ' TM Other sales.packages discounls;instrance m A complete oalr o, ,,, . 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