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36 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Obituaries Continued from page 35 Charles H. HutsonJr., bank official Charles H. Hutson Jr., age 70 of Newport, died Friday, June 13, 1997, of cancer at home. Mr. Hutson was an assistant vice-president of Wilmington Savings Fund Society for 34 years until his retirement in 1984. Prior to that he worked as a funeral as- sistant at the Doherty Funeral Home in Wilmington. He was a former president of the Optimist Club of West Wilm- ington and the Glasgow Lions Club. He was a member of Solomon Masonic Lodge No. 36 and Knights of Columbus, Bishop Becker Council. He was a Navy veteran of World War II, and a volunteer driver for the American Cancer Society. He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Beverly M.; a son, Charles H. III of Middletown; a daughter, Sharon H. Pilkington of Newark; a brother, Andrew T. of Bear; a sister, Mary Louise Horner of Lewes; and three grandchildren. A Mass of Christian burial was held at St. Ann's Catholic Church, Wilmington, with burial in Cathe- dral Cemetery, Wilmington. Contributions are suggested to Delaware Hospice, Wilmington, DE 19810. Births Charles K. Frampton, D & D Dismantling worker Charles Kenneth Frampton, age 55, of Milford, died Wednesday, June 11, 1997 of a heart attack in Milford Memorial Hospital. Mr. Frampton was a laborer for D & D Dismantling, Inc. of Mil- ford. Earlier, he worked for Nanti- coke Homes and Herschel Billings service station in Milford He served in the U.S. Navy. He is survived by his wife of 36 years, Elizabeth; three sons, Don- ald K. of Lewes Convalescent Center, Michael J. of Swinefort, Germany and Kevin S. at home; a daughter, Tamula S. Frampton, at home; three brothers, James of Selbyville, and Rick and Billie Joe of Laurel; two sisters, Doris Mes- sick and Leah Ann Alvarez of Georgetown, a stepmother, Mar- jorie Frampton of Laurel; and a granddaughter. Services were held at Milford Church of the Nazarene with bur- ial in Asbury United Methodist Church Cemetery, Georgetown. Gerald Garvin, mechmMcalsupeisor Gerald Garvin, age 70, of Newark, died Thursday, June 12, 1997, of cancer in Veterans Af- fairs Medical Center, Elsmere. Mr. Garvin, a resident of Delaware for 60 years, had been a mechanical supervisor at Amoco Chemicals in New Castle, where he worked for 20 years until 1980. He also qwned a horse farm. He is survived by his wife, He- June 20 - June 26,-1997 len Kempski Garvin; three daugh- ters, Maryellen Shutt of Newark, Beth Klimiuk of Marshall, Texas, and Faith Wright of North Caroli- na; two brothers, Preston of Newark and Ernest of Carlisle, Pa.; three sisters, Anna Olewnik of Lewes, Laura Pruitt Of Wilm- ington and Carol Knisely of Carlisle; and three grandchildren. Services and burial were pri- vate. Contributions are suggested to American Cancer Society, New Castle, DE 19720. Everett H. Johnson, general contractor Everett H. Johnson, age 81, of Smyrna, died Monday, June 16, 1997, of heart failure in Kent Gen- eral Hospital, Dover. Mr. Johnson own.ed Johnson & Sons, a general contracting com- pany in the Milford and Milton ar- eas in the 1950s and more recently owned Johnson Sales & Service, Smyrna and Dover, for 18 years. He retired in 1988. He was a member of Church of God, Milton Fire Company where he was the former chief engineer; and served on the parade committee for Mil- ton's sesquicentennial. His first Beebe Medical Center, Lewes, Delaware Rafael and Linda Ordonez, Georgetown, June 8, son. Philip and Susan Shultie, Georgetown, June 9, daughter. Tyrone Stevens and Yolanda Richardson, Ellendale, June 9, son. Edith Finney, Georgetown, June 10, son. Ward and Kim Ewing, Mills- boro, June 10, son. Eric Fibelkorn and Jamie Moore, Lewes, June 10, son. James and Karen Poole, Mills- boro, June 11, son. Ray and Colleen Willis, Mills- boro, June 11, daughter. David and Cynthia Conway, Milton, June 12, son. Henry Wenke, II and Jessica Horseman, Lewes, June 12, daughter. Carrie and Andy Lewis, Lewes, June 12, son. Catrina Nichols, Milton, June 12, son. David and Colleen Wilgus, Ocean View, June 12, son. CHEER drawing to be held at July 5 fair Sussex County Senior Services (CHEER) will hold a drawing on Saturday, July 5 at the Sussex County Fair and Delaware Tech- nical & Community College's Old Fashioned Fourth of July at Sus- sex County Airport, sponsored by the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce. The proceeds will benefit the construction of a new Multi-Purpose Community and Adult Day Care in Georgetown. Tickets are $5 and are available now from building fund commit- tee members or856-5 i 87. wife, Jewell E., died in 1972. He is survived by his wife of 23 years, Alice B.; a daughter, Joyce A. Jester of Milford: two sons. Everett R. of Dover and Donald E of Smyrna; 10 grandchildren; and 18 great-grandchildren. Services were held at St. John's UM Church, Georgetown, with burial in St. John's United Methodist Cemetery, George- town, Rose A. Malhowski, homemaker RoSe A. Malhowski, age 78, of Wilmington, died of congestive heart* failure Monday, June 16, 1997, at home. Mrs: Malhowski, a homemaker, was a machine operator at NVF Co., Wi mir gton, for 30 years, re- tiring I in 1974. She was a member of St t Hedwig's Catholic Church and e Holy Rosary Society and a 1ember of Claymore Senior Cen- ter and Pulaski Legion Ladies Auxi tiary. Her husband, Charles, died n 1990. Sh. is survived by three sisters, Sophl e Szotkiewicz and Elizabeth "Sail]"' Okarski, both of Wilming- ton, and Helen Macuk of Re- oboth Beach. Mass of Christian Burial was reid ,hur, Cemq butio wig',, Hosp at St. Hedwig's Catholic h, with burial in Cathedral :tery, Wilmington. Contri- is are suggested to St. Hed- Project 2000 or Delaware ice. Diat,00.,l:es payirig for your supplies. 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