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14 - CAPE GAZETTE, Tuesday, July 20 - July 22, 2004 Obituaries Edith Tims MaxWell , business wonmp Edith Tims Maxwell, 77, of Re- hoboth Beach, pass* away July 17, 2004, at Beebe Medical Cen- ter. Edith was one of seven children I born to the late Charles and Bessm Tims. She was raised in lockland and attended Thompson lrivate Busi- ness School. I Edith worked in veral busi- ness offices, including the Rock- land Paper Mill, H611ingsworth Lumber in Newport, land Iater for ophthalmologist Dr t Edward E Becker. ] She is survived by her husband of 54 years, Harold J. Maxwell; two sons, Harold J. Maxwell III and Jeffrey Maxwell; two broth- ers, John Tims and Larry Tims; two sisters, Margaret Newcomb and Mary Lou Elkins; two grand- children, Alyssa Maxwell and Zane Maxwell; andi nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, her brother Charles Tim$ Jr. and her sister Elizabeth Jamison, preceded her in death. A memorial service will be at llam, Wednesday, July 21, at the Mccrery Memorial Chapel, 3710 Kirkwood Hwy., (Rt. 2 east at Duncan Rd.) In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions to the American Heart Associa- tion, 1096 Old Churchmans Rd., Newark, DE 19713. Christopher M. Shea, State trooper Christopher M. Shea, 31, of Milton, died Sunday, July 18, 2004, at BayHealth Medical Cen- ter-Milford Memorial Hospital, following an auto accident While on duty for the Delaware State Police. Christopher was born in Bayo.nne, N.J., son of Maurice and Patricia (Gomm) Shea of Newton, SHEA N.J. He was a corporal in the Delaware State Po- lice working out Troop 7 in Lewes and previously at Troop 5 in Bridgeville. He had served in the U.S. Ma- rine Corps. He enjoyed golfing and motorcycling and was devot- ed to his wife and children. Portrait Continued from page 13 brothers and sisters. Two of her sisters live not far from the home she and her hosbamt - Warren Jackson - share at the edge of a woods near Hollyville. "I call them every night before I go to bed - to say good night." She takes similar care with many family members who have passed on., At Christmas and Easter she crafts a variety of arti- ficial floral arrangements and uses them to decorate the graves of close family members in the cemeteries of Harmony Church near Millsboro, Christ Church at Hollyville and Israel Church near Five Points. Her Native American heritage also remains important to Grace. Grandchildren don Native American garb each fall for the Nanticoke Powwow where they dance and get together with hun- dreds of relatives throughout the area. She also goes to a powwow in New Jersey where many of her mother's relatives live. "My mother was from Cheswold, part of the Lenape tribe, and many of her relatives moved up there." The Native American heritage of which Grace and all of her family are proud is the ingredient which held her community together and taught her how to get along with all. "We were a nation that the whites didn't want and the blacks didn't want. So we had to fight to make our own way and that's what I did." Chris is survived, in addition to his parents, by his wife Susan (Cleaver) Shea; two children - Christopher Michael Shea Jr. and Elizabeth Lyn Shea, at home; five siblings - Maurice J. Shea Jr. of Richmond, Va., Patrick J. Shea of Somerset, N.J., Heather Marie Dent of Ypsilanti, Mich, Andrew E Shea and Timothy P. Shea, both of Newton, N.J.; his maternal grandmother Patricia Marie Gomm of Whiting, N.J.; his moth- er and father-in-law Frederick R. Jr. and Paulette C. Cleaver, and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. He was predeceased by two sisters - Erin Marie and Lyn Marie Shea. Funeral services will be at l0 a.m., Thursday July 22, at at Bethel United Methodist Church, Fourth and Market streets, Lewes. Visitation hours will be from 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m., Wednesday July 21, at Parsell Funeral Homes & Crematorium, Atkins-Lodge Chapel, 1449 Kings Highway in Lewes. Interment with full state police honors will follow the funeral service in Bethel Methodist Cemetery on Savannah Road in Lewes. In lieu of flowers, memo- rial contributions are suggested to the Fund For The Children of Cpl. Christopher M. Shea, C/O Delaware State Police Credit Union, 800 N. Bedford St., Georgetown, DE 19947. Anthony "Tony" Cocuzza, retired meat inspector Anthony "Tony" Cocuzza, 79 of Lewes and formerly of Clark, N.J., died Wednesday, July 14, 2004, at Nanticoke Memorial Hospital in Seaford. He was born in Newark, N.J., and was a retired meat inspector and butcher. He was a World War II veteran of the U.S. Navy and member of VFW Mason-Dixon Post 7234 at Quiilen's Point in Ocean View. Tony is survived by his wife, Tina; two sons, Richard and An- thony Cocuzza; three daughters, Diane Jordan, Roseanne Vitale, Lucille Schwobel; a sister, Marion Richmond; and seven grandchil- dren. A funeral service will be at 2 pJh., Monday, July 19, at the Bethany Chapel of Melson Funer- al Services, West Avenue, Ocean View, where family and friends may call after 1 p.m. Interment will be in Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Dagsboro. Fred O. Bovee, former Lowe's manager Fred O. Bovee, 73, Lewes and formerly of Eastburn Acres in Wilmington, died Thursday, July 15, 2004, at his residence. Mr. Bovee was born in Erie, Pa., and had worked as a manager for Lowe's home improvement store for 16 years. He was a veteran, serving dur- ing the Korean War in the U.S. Air Force. An avid sports fan, Mr. Bovee was the president of the Capital Trail Football League for eight years and one of the founders of the Babe Ruth Baseball League in New Castle County. He will be remembered as a de- voted husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. Mr. Bovee is survived by his wife, Pauline G. (Mason) Bovee; children, Ronald Bovee and his wife, Deborah, of Drester, Pa., Donald Bovee and his wife, JOanne, of New Castle, Jackie Melczak of Lewes, Fred A. Bovee of Wilmington, Sandra Wiley of Bear, and Mark Bovee and his wife, Jeanne, of Wilmington; sis- ters, Evelyn Baker and her hus- band, Sam, of West Springfield, Pa., Mary Hill and her husband, Harry, of Georgetown, Jeanne Re- gal and her husband, Fred, and Beverly Ulbrich, all of Erie, Pa.; 15 grandchildren; and 12 great grandchildren. A funeral service will be at 10 am on Tuesday, July 20, at the Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 1000 N. DuPont Parkway, Wilm: ington Manor, New Castle, where family and friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m., Monday, July 19. Continued on page 15 Check out shopping Lots LOTS OF LINENS '00 'OFF a purchase of $25 or more with this coupon LOTS OF LINENS these great reasons for of Linens this summer/ Show your team colors and support your alma mater! DELAWARE Garden Flags ...everyday low prices Open Daily Man. - sat. 9-9 Sun. 10-7 302-227-4844 Red Hats Wall Hangings Throws Kitchen Towels Duvet Covers & Down Comforters Your Complete Home Store at the Shore for Bedroom, Bath & Kitchen Lots Linens 490 Tanger Outlets, Bayside Rehoboth Beach, DE Last outlet center on the righl, soulh bound before Rehoboth Ave. Entrance To subscribe to the Ca )e Gazette, call beth at 645-7700 lTtr ....  'T" 71TI[" llHIli]l]flllilllliiTlll[HllllilllF1]]qT .... 1 " I " IIF1TIHIHTT *1 -r ' " T - Ir3TnlllqiHTIrmllT "InI'TITIIImT!ITW*I]IIIr I'1 ,"  - " r[Fl "-- 33"7!77 ....... 14 - CAPE GAZETTE, Tuesday, July 20 - July 22, 2004 Obituaries Edith Tims MaxWell , business wonmp Edith Tims Maxwell, 77, of Re- hoboth Beach, pass* away July 17, 2004, at Beebe Medical Cen- ter. Edith was one of seven children I born to the late Charles and Bessm Tims. She was raised in lockland and attended Thompson lrivate Busi- ness School. I Edith worked in veral busi- ness offices, including the Rock- land Paper Mill, H611ingsworth Lumber in Newport, land Iater for ophthalmologist Dr t Edward E Becker. ] She is survived by her husband of 54 years, Harold J. Maxwell; two sons, Harold J. Maxwell III and Jeffrey Maxwell; two broth- ers, John Tims and Larry Tims; two sisters, Margaret Newcomb and Mary Lou Elkins; two grand- children, Alyssa Maxwell and Zane Maxwell; andi nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, her brother Charles Tim$ Jr. and her sister Elizabeth Jamison, preceded her in death. A memorial service will be at llam, Wednesday, July 21, at the Mccrery Memorial Chapel, 3710 Kirkwood Hwy., (Rt. 2 east at Duncan Rd.) In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions to the American Heart Associa- tion, 1096 Old Churchmans Rd., Newark, DE 19713. Christopher M. Shea, State trooper Christopher M. Shea, 31, of Milton, died Sunday, July 18, 2004, at BayHealth Medical Cen- ter-Milford Memorial Hospital, following an auto accident While on duty for the Delaware State Police. Christopher was born in Bayo.nne, N.J., son of Maurice and Patricia (Gomm) Shea of Newton, SHEA N.J. He was a corporal in the Delaware State Po- lice working out Troop 7 in Lewes and previously at Troop 5 in Bridgeville. He had served in the U.S. Ma- rine Corps. He enjoyed golfing and motorcycling and was devot- ed to his wife and children. Portrait Continued from page 13 brothers and sisters. Two of her sisters live not far from the home she and her hosbamt - Warren Jackson - share at the edge of a woods near Hollyville. "I call them every night before I go to bed - to say good night." She takes similar care with many family members who have passed on., At Christmas and Easter she crafts a variety of arti- ficial floral arrangements and uses them to decorate the graves of close family members in the cemeteries of Harmony Church near Millsboro, Christ Church at Hollyville and Israel Church near Five Points. Her Native American heritage also remains important to Grace. Grandchildren don Native American garb each fall for the Nanticoke Powwow where they dance and get together with hun- dreds of relatives throughout the area. She also goes to a powwow in New Jersey where many of her mother's relatives live. "My mother was from Cheswold, part of the Lenape tribe, and many of her relatives moved up there." The Native American heritage of which Grace and all of her family are proud is the ingredient which held her community together and taught her how to get along with all. "We were a nation that the whites didn't want and the blacks didn't want. So we had to fight to make our own way and that's what I did." Chris is survived, in addition to his parents, by his wife Susan (Cleaver) Shea; two children - Christopher Michael Shea Jr. and Elizabeth Lyn Shea, at home; five siblings - Maurice J. Shea Jr. of Richmond, Va., Patrick J. Shea of Somerset, N.J., Heather Marie Dent of Ypsilanti, Mich, Andrew E Shea and Timothy P. Shea, both of Newton, N.J.; his maternal grandmother Patricia Marie Gomm of Whiting, N.J.; his moth- er and father-in-law Frederick R. Jr. and Paulette C. Cleaver, and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. He was predeceased by two sisters - Erin Marie and Lyn Marie Shea. Funeral services will be at l0 a.m., Thursday July 22, at at Bethel United Methodist Church, Fourth and Market streets, Lewes. Visitation hours will be from 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m., Wednesday July 21, at Parsell Funeral Homes & Crematorium, Atkins-Lodge Chapel, 1449 Kings Highway in Lewes. Interment with full state police honors will follow the funeral service in Bethel Methodist Cemetery on Savannah Road in Lewes. In lieu of flowers, memo- rial contributions are suggested to the Fund For The Children of Cpl. Christopher M. Shea, C/O Delaware State Police Credit Union, 800 N. Bedford St., Georgetown, DE 19947. Anthony "Tony" Cocuzza, retired meat inspector Anthony "Tony" Cocuzza, 79 of Lewes and formerly of Clark, N.J., died Wednesday, July 14, 2004, at Nanticoke Memorial Hospital in Seaford. He was born in Newark, N.J., and was a retired meat inspector and butcher. He was a World War II veteran of the U.S. Navy and member of VFW Mason-Dixon Post 7234 at Quiilen's Point in Ocean View. Tony is survived by his wife, Tina; two sons, Richard and An- thony Cocuzza; three daughters, Diane Jordan, Roseanne Vitale, Lucille Schwobel; a sister, Marion Richmond; and seven grandchil- dren. A funeral service will be at 2 pJh., Monday, July 19, at the Bethany Chapel of Melson Funer- al Services, West Avenue, Ocean View, where family and friends may call after 1 p.m. Interment will be in Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Dagsboro. Fred O. Bovee, former Lowe's manager Fred O. Bovee, 73, Lewes and formerly of Eastburn Acres in Wilmington, died Thursday, July 15, 2004, at his residence. Mr. Bovee was born in Erie, Pa., and had worked as a manager for Lowe's home improvement store for 16 years. He was a veteran, serving dur- ing the Korean War in the U.S. Air Force. An avid sports fan, Mr. Bovee was the president of the Capital Trail Football League for eight years and one of the founders of the Babe Ruth Baseball League in New Castle County. He will be remembered as a de- voted husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. Mr. Bovee is survived by his wife, Pauline G. (Mason) Bovee; children, Ronald Bovee and his wife, Deborah, of Drester, Pa., Donald Bovee and his wife, JOanne, of New Castle, Jackie Melczak of Lewes, Fred A. Bovee of Wilmington, Sandra Wiley of Bear, and Mark Bovee and his wife, Jeanne, of Wilmington; sis- ters, Evelyn Baker and her hus- band, Sam, of West Springfield, Pa., Mary Hill and her husband, Harry, of Georgetown, Jeanne Re- gal and her husband, Fred, and Beverly Ulbrich, all of Erie, Pa.; 15 grandchildren; and 12 great grandchildren. A funeral service will be at 10 am on Tuesday, July 20, at the Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 1000 N. DuPont Parkway, Wilm: ington Manor, New Castle, where family and friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m., Monday, July 19. Continued on page 15 Check out shopping Lots LOTS OF LINENS '00 'OFF a purchase of $25 or more with this coupon LOTS OF LINENS these great reasons for of Linens this summer/ Show your team colors and support your alma mater! DELAWARE Garden Flags ...everyday low prices Open Daily Man. - sat. 9-9 Sun. 10-7 302-227-4844 Red Hats Wall Hangings Throws Kitchen Towels Duvet Covers & Down Comforters Your Complete Home Store at the Shore for Bedroom, Bath & Kitchen Lots Linens 490 Tanger Outlets, Bayside Rehoboth Beach, DE Last outlet center on the righl, soulh bound before Rehoboth Ave. Entrance To subscribe to the Ca )e Gazette, call beth at 645-7700 lTtr ....  'T" 71TI[" llHIli]l]flllilllliiTlll[HllllilllF1]]qT .... 1 " I " IIF1TIHIHTT *1 -r ' " T - Ir3TnlllqiHTIrmllT "InI'TITIIImT!ITW*I]IIIr I'1 ,"  - " r[Fl "-- 33"7!77 .......