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16 TUESDAY, JUNE 24 - THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 2008 CAPE LIFE Cape Gazette Obituaries >\> Edward C' Fogg, agriculture salesman Edward C. Fogg, 84, of Re- hoboth Beach, passed away Fri- day, June 20, 2008, at Beebe Med- ical Center, Lewes. Mr. Fogg was born June 22, 1923, in Shiloh, N.J., to the late Ed- ward S. and Irma Miller Fogg. Mr. Fogg was in agriculture and automotive sales most of his life. While he was working in Washington, D.C., he delivered the presidential limo for the John E Kennedy inauguration in 1961. He graduated in the class of 1940 from Bridgeton (New Jer- sey) High School. He loved cars, horses, and used to enjoy trap- ping muskrat, fishing and vaca- tions with family. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by a son, Edward H. Fogg, in 1985. Mr. Fogg is survived by his wife of 60 years, Elaine Miller Fogg; a son, Eric Fogg and his wife Janet of Harbeson; a daugh- ter, Ellen Holtz and her husband Brian of Bethlehem, Pa.; a sister, Ruth M. Fogg of Lewes; two grandchildren, Diana Fogg of Salisbury, Md., and Joseph Holtz of Doyleston, Pa., and his close canine friend, Duchess of Nor- way. Services will be held at 1 p.m., Wednesday, June 25, at the Wat- son Funeral Home, 211 S. Wash- ington St., Millsboro, where friends may call at noon. The Rev. Gary Knapp of East Gate Presbyterian Church will offici- ate. Interment will be in Wood- lawn Memorial Park, Millsboro. Clark S. Rodney, Chrysler supervisor Clark S. Rodney, 65, of Mills- boro and formerly of Denver, Co- lo., passed away on Thursday, June 19, 2008, at Beebe Medical Center in Lewes. Mr. Rodney was born Sept. 9, 1942, son of Charles and Mar- garet (Sheldon) Rodney. Clark was a training center su- pervisor for the Chrysler Corpo- ration for 38 years, retiring in May 2007. He was.a member of the Chrysler CAP program, a master technician of the Associa- tion of Service Excellence (ASE) and a member of the American Society of Engineer.s. Mr. Rod- ney was also a member of Wheat Ridge Evangelical Lutheran Church in Wheat Ridge, Colo., and a member of Grace of God Lutheran Church in Millsboro. Clark loved anything to do with the water including boating, fishing, crabbing and clamming. He also enjoyed "tinkering" with electronics. In addition to his mother, Margaret Rodney of Millsboro, he is survived by his loving wifb of 24 years Norma (Smith) Rod- ney; a son, David Rodney of Philadelphia, Pa.; and a daughter, Elisabeth Rodney of Florida. Clark is also survived by his "adopted family," David and Kel- ly Berg and their children Riley and Kyle, all of Mason, Ohio. A funeral service will be held at 3 p.m., Wednesday, June 25, at the Long Neck Chapel of Melson Funeral Services, Long Neck Road, Millsboro, where friends may call after 2 p.m. Interment will be held at a later date in St. John's Cemetery, Maytown, Pa. In lieu of flowers the family suggest memorial contributions in Clark's name to the American Heart Assoc., 777 Penn Center Blvd., Suite 200, Pittsburgh, PA 15235. James E. Major Jr., decorated veteran James E. Major Jr., 87, of Dags- boro and formerly of Columbus, N.J., passed away on Friday, June 20, 2008, at home. He was a retired major, USMC and dNew-'Tersey-sehool admin- istrator. He was a veteran of World War II and Korea, having served with the Lst, 2nd and 6th Marine divisions Mr. Major was a life member of VFW Post 7234, MOAA, the 1st state Marine Corps League, 1st Marine Division, KWVA, NRA, the Knights of Columbus 11285 and a member of St. Ann's Catholic Church in Bethany Beach. James also enjoyed golfing, fishing and hunting. He is suryi'ved by his wife of 35 years, Virginia Major; two daughters Carol Lynn Major and Sueann M. Bennett DVM; a brother-in-law Bruce Post; a sis- ter-in-law Eileen Esgrow and her husband Buck; two grandsons, Jamie and Stanley Worrell; and three great-grandchildren. A Mass of Christian Burial will be at 11 a.m., Wednesday, June 25 at St. Ann's Catholic Church, Garfield Parkway, Bethany Beach. A viewing will be held on Wednesday morning from 8:30- 10:15 am. at the Bethany Chapel ofMelson Funeral Services, West Avenue, Ocean View. A graveside service with full mili- tary honors will be held at 11 a.m., Thursday, June 26, at Calvary Cemetery, 2398 Marlton Pike, Cherry Hill, N.J. In lieu of flowers the {amily re- quests donations be made to 1st Marine Division Scholarship Fund, 410 Pier View Way, Ocean- side, CA 92054 or Delaware Hos- pice Center, 100 Patriots Way, Milford, DE 19963. Daniel Alan Clark, bricklayer Daniel Alan Clark, 45, of Dags- boro and formerly of Moon Twp., Pa., passed away June 18, 2008, at home. Son of the late Thomas F. Clark, Daniel attended Moon Area School District and had worked as a bricklayer in Delaware. He is survived by his mother, Mary Ann Krakosh Cooper and stepfather, Gary Cooper of Hick- ory, Pa.; his grandmother, Anna Krakosh of McDonald, Pa.; a sis- ter, Mary Ellen Hunsberger of Moon Twp.; three brothers, Thomas M. Clark and wife Patty of Delaware, Jeffery J. Clark and wife Marsha of Glenwillard, Pa.,and Frank D. Clark, also of Delaware; his stepbrothers, James and Dennis Cooper and Sharon Allison; his nieces and nephews, T.J., April, Laura and Matthew Hunsberger, Brandy and Jamie Clark and Amanda Marsiglio. A private service will be held at Copeland's Moon Twp. Funer- al Home, 981 Brodhead Road, with the Rev. Wayne Jackson of- ficiating. Private interment will take place in Sharon Presbyter- ian Church Cemetery, Moon Twp., Pa. William S. Ingram Jr., Delaware Bay pilot William ';Bill" Ingram Jr. passed away at home on Thurs- day, June 19, 2008. Bill was born in Lewes on May 13, 1932. He was the son of William S. Ingrain and Florence "Scotty" Ingram. An Eagle Scout, Bill graduated from Lewes High School in 1950. He at- tended Vir- ginia Polytech- nic Institute on an hthletic and academic scholarship. Bill left in or- der to pursue William Ingrain Jr. his lifelong dream of be- coming a pilot on the Delaware Bay and River. He retired in 1993 after safely piloting 5,780 ships. Bill was the first vice president of the Lewes Historical Society and was re- cently awarded the Dr. James Marvil Lifetime Service Award. History had always been one of Bill's passions. Bill's first wife, Mary Louise Joseph, died in April 1984. He is survived by his second wife, Doris Valk Ingram; four children, William S. Ingram III and his wife Tara, Mary Prentice Yffand her husband Christopher, Elizabeth B. Leimgruber and her husband William, Allen M. Swett and his wife Catherine; and five grandchildren: Sacha and Scott Ingram, Michael Yff, Sara and A. Marshall Swett Jr. The Ingrams have a second home in Weston, Vt. They are members of the Old Parish Church in Weston, where Bill sang in the church choir. Bill was actively involved with the West- on Antique Show for 10 years. Bill's greatest joy in life, beyond his family and tractors, was being with people. He was one of those rare men that everyone loved. He was ftmny and just wished to please and care for all whom he met. All services are private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Bill's memory to the Lewes Historical Society, 110 Shipcarpenter St., Lewes, DE 19958 or to the Tunnell Cancer Center, 424 Savannah Road, Lewes, DE 19958. Ronald Richards, enjoyed gardening Ronald E. Richards, 63, of Timonium, Md., and Rehoboth Continued on page 17 Late Obituaries )) Continued from page 14 the Park Street Church in Boston. He lived in Connecticut for 35 years where he was a greeter, usher and youth leader in the Hope Evangelical Free Church, Wilton, Conn. He and his wife relocated to Lewes two- and-a-half years ago. Before his retirement, Mr. Brown was a daily com- muter from Connecticut to Manhattan where he worked for the Mead Corpo- ration. Paper was his spe- cialty, dealing Thomas S. Brown primarily with book publish- ers and anyone else needing free paper. Mr. Brown developed a "Paper Knowledge School" for the Mead Corporation. He was an avid Red Sox fan and enjoyed playingtennis. He is survived by his wife of almost 50 years, Barbara Ann Brown; a daughter, Pamela A. Hughes and her husband'Johrmy of Baltimore, Md; a son, T. Stuart Brown of Florida; two brothers and a sister, Herbert J. Brown Jr. of Maryland, and Andrew Brown and Margaret Brown, both of Massachusetts. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother, Robert Brown. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m., Wednesday, June 25, at Parsell Funeral Homes & Crema- torium, 16961 Kings Hwy,, Lewes, with the Rev. Larry Wanaselja of- ficiating. The family will receive friends at the funeral home be- ginning at 1 p.m. Entombment will be at Bethel Methodist Cemetery, Lewes. The family suggests ontributions be made to the New Covenant Presbyterian Church, 5 Lighthouse Plaza, Re- hoboth Beach, DE 19971. Elwood W. Stevens, retired truck driver Elwood W. Stevens, 68, of Ocean View, passed Saturday, June 21, 2008, at Beebe Medical Center, Lewes. Mr. Stevens was born Decem- ber 13, 1939, in Frankford, to the late William C. and Nellie D. Par- sons Stevens. He was a delivery truck driver for Suburban Propane in Millsboro for many years, retiring in 1994. Mr. Stevens attended Bay Shore Community Church in Gumboro. He was a member of the Delaware Mobile Surf Fish- ing Association and the As- sateague Island Surf Fishing As- sociation. He had a love for Dodge trucks and a special love for his Pekinese dog "Biscuit." In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his wife of 26 years, Mary Elizabeth Long Stevens, in 1996; and his sis- ter, Alberta Stevens. Mr. Stevens is survived by two brothers, John L. Stephens and his wife Shirley of Clarksville, and Clifton Stevens; and by his in-laws with whom he was close, the Long family. Graveside services will be 11 a.m., Thursday, June 26, at the Millsboro Cemetery, State Street, Millsboro. The Rev. Robert A. Hudson will officiate. Friends may call from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m., Thursday at Watson Funeral Home, 211 S. Washington St., Millsboro. The family asks that contributions be made to Delaware Hospice Center, 100 Patriots Way, Milford, DE 19963.