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30 FRIDAY, JUNE 19 - MONDAY, JUNE 22, 2009 NEWS Cape Gazette Obituaries )) Omtiaued from page 28 career of 30 years with the Hecht Company in Washington, D.C. from which he retired in the late 1970s as a junior executive. Mr. Clark had served with the U.S. Navy and in the Naval Reserve from 1935 to 1946. He had also served as a pilot with the Flying Tigers. He was a member of American Le- gion Post 28, Oak Orchard, and VFW Post 7447, Re- hoboth Beach. He proudly served as a member of the Eugene Clark Sr. District 4 Hon- or Guard. Mr. Clark enjoyed taking veter- ans to the VA Hospital for their appointments, working on any- thing electrical and generally helping people who were in need. He was a family man who was devoted to his loving wife of 63 years, his children, grandchil- dren and great-grandchildren. Mr. Clark is survived by his wife Mary (Greenwell) Clark; a son Gene Clark and his wife Martha of Gambrills, Md.; a daughter, Joan Davis and her husband Chip of Lewes; four grandchildren, Gordon Davis and wife Carri of Lewes, Suzy Close and husband Milton of Gambrills, Cindy Arnold and husband Frank of Manchester, Md., and Angie Davis Whitten and husband Bryan of Frederick, Md.; five great-grandchildren, Autumn Davis of Lewes, Bran- don and Ashley Close of Gam- brills, Jake Arnold of Manches- ter, and Jamie Whitten of Freder- ick. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m., Monday, June 22, at St. Jude The Aposde Catholic Church, Route 1 north of Five Points, Lewes, where friends may call at the church be- ginning at 10 a.m. Entombment with military honors will follow the services at Bethel Methodist Cemetery, Lewes. Arrangements are being han- dled by Parsell Funeral Homes & Crematorium, Lewes. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions be made to American Legion Post 28, 31768 Legion Drive, Millsborc DE 19966. Letters )) Shields thanks Lewes police chief Gooch The following letter was sent to Lewes Police Chief Ronald "Beau" Gooch with a copy sub- mitred to the Cape Gazette for publication. Shields Elementary for the sixth year is once again indebted to the officers who volunteered numer- ous hours to help our youth in the Help One Student to Succeed Pro- gram (HOSTS). I personally want to thank you for allowing the offi- cers to take time out from their busy schedules to work with the students. Many officers volun- teered during their off-duty hours as well. The students look for- ward to interacting in a proactive format with the officers. They are perfect role models for the stu- dents. Officers Pfc. Sherrie Har- mon, Cpl. Jim Azato, Pfc. Rick Schiazza, Pfc. Brent Layfield, Pfc. Chatham Marsch, Pfc. Pete Bren- nan, Pfc. Steve Downs and Cpl. Continued on page 32 PARADISE FOUND. ADD Delaware BONDS TO YOUR INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO. NOW STARTING FROM THE ,00;360s! An issue of Delaware tax-free bonds has become available. These bonds are insured as to the timely payment of principal and interest. If you have $5,000 or more available in the next few weeks, please call your local Edward Jones financial advisor today. Bonds may be subject to state, local or the alternative minimum tax. Insurance provides the timely payment of principal and interest; however, insurance does not remove the market risk of the bonds. Warren C. Hardy, AAMS 19323 Lighthouse Plaza Blvd., Unit #5 Rehoboth Beach, DE 227-2771 Janet Maher 28322 Lewes-Georgetown Hwy., Unit #5 Milton, DE 684-5946 Derek R. Clifton, AAMS 17021 Old Orchard Rd. Suite 4 Lewes, DE 645-7710 Jesse D. Piquette 17577 Nassau Commons Blvd. Suite 101 Lewes, DE 645-6208 " Member SIPC IMMEDIATE DELIVERIES AND SPECIAL BELOW MARKET FINANCING AVAILABLE!* Live your beach vacation everyday at Sawgrass. Minutes from Rehoboth Beach, Lewes Beach and Route 1, the brand-new, luxury single-family home community of Sawgrass iswaiting for you.With new =Bay Series" models starting from the $360s, you can have the perfect blend of everyday living and vacation getaway. Come visit our sales center today! Call 302-22 7-0230 CHASE COMMUNITIES DESIGNED 'fO BE EXTRAORDINARY( From 1Lt. 1 South, turn right onto Old Landing Kd. Go 1.2 Miles to gated Community Entrance at Sawgrass, make the left onto Betsy Ross Blvd; Chase Communities New Model Homes are ahead on your left. Brokers Welcome. Ed00'ardJones MAKING SENSE OF INVESTING *30-year ftxed rate Conforming Loan amount for a maximum Loan amount of $417,000. Contact Sales Representative for more information. Promotion, prices and terms may be changed without notice. I