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38 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 28 - Aug. 3, 2000 Obituaries Continued from page 34 director of Banco de Crcdito In- ternational S.A.. Panama. and Sears Overseas Finance. Nether- lands Antilles. He was a member of the boards of All State Enter- prises Finance Corp., Dean Witter Capital Markets-International, London, and Sears Savings Bank, Chairman of the Sears Employees Savings and Profit Sharing Fund and a member of the Investment Review Committee of Sears Pen- sion Plan. He also served on the board of directors of the American Heart Association of Delaware. the Boys Club of Wilmington, the NCCJ of Delaware. the United Way of Delaware, and the Nation- al Association of Corporate Trea- surers. From 1976 to 1980, he served as director and chairman of the Executive Loan and ExeCu- tive Search Committees of the Farmer's Bank. He was an avid world traveler, a reader and historian and enjoyed spending time at his beach home in Lewes. He was preceded in death by his wife of 36 years, Arline. He is survived by his devoted companion, Paula Foraker of Greenville: two daughters, Patri- cia Lloyd of West Chester and Barbara Scarborough of Wilming- ton: a son. Robert. of Chadds Ford. Pa.; a sister Ann Ma- tuszewski of Middle Village, NY: four grandchildren. Debra Lloyd, Matthew Lloyd, Jeffrey Scarbor- ough and Wes Gurnee: and many close friends. Services were held at Immacu- late Heart of Mary Catholic Church, Wilmington. with burial in .Lower Brandywine Cemetery, Kennett Pike. Contributions are suggested to the American Heart Association of Delaware. 1096 Old Church- man's Road. Newark. DE 19713. Walter C. Evans Sr., retired from civil service Walter Clarence Evans St., 67, of Dover. died Sunday, July 16, 2000 of heart failure at home. Mr, Evans served in the U.S, Army for four years and was hon- orably discharged in 1956. He at- tended Temple University in Philadelphia and graduated with an associates degree in electronics In 1959. He wag employed with the Chrysler Corporation in Newark before becoming a civil service employee at Dover Air Force Base. He retired in 1988 after 30 years of military and civilian service. Over the years he received many awards and recognition. He was a former member of the Philadelphia chapter of the Tus- keegee Airmen Inc. and worked to establish a chapter in Dover, the John H. Porter First State Chapter, which he presided over for 15 years. He was a member of the Bishop Hubert Cartright Council of the Knights of Columbus 4th Degree, Atlas Post 9 of the American Le- gion, the National Association of Retired Federal EmployeeS, the NAACP, the Heisey Heritage So- cioty, the Heisey Collectors of America. the Delaware State Uni- versity Boosters Club. Temple University Alumni Association, Michael Short photo and the Dover Delaware Connect- ing Links. He was preceded in death by three of his seven brothers. He is survived by his wife of 36 years. Nettye Handy Evans; a son and daughter-in-law, Walter "Chuck" Evans Jr. and Charice Evans of Laurel, Md.; four broth- ers, Charles and Vivian Evans of Hartly, Cummins Jr. and Anna Evans of Smyrna, Henry and Rosa Evans of Milton, .and George and Frances Evans of Penns Grove, N.J.; four sisters, Beatrice Barrett of Smyrna, Elva Wells of Wilmington, Ethel and George Watson of Smyrna and Mary and Steve Monroe of Balti more; a sister-in-law, Dorothy Evans of Wyoming, five brothers- in-law, two sisters-in-law, his mother-in-law, Nettle McClendon of Savannah, Ga.; a godson, Wes- ley Parker of Smyrna; a god- daughter, Andre Pcndleton of AI- pharetta, Ga.; a host of nieces, nephews and cousins and many, many loving friends. Services were held at the Dover Air Force Base main chapel, with burial in the Delaware Veterans Cemetery, Bear. Contributions are suggested to the Walter C. Evans Memorial Scholarship Fund. 'Extraordinary Deeds, Ordinary People' Local men Mike Cerchio, a boat captain, and Fran Gonzon, a restaurateur, are combining forces to honor everyday peo- ple who do remarkable things. The new program is known as 'Extraordinary Deeds, Ordinary People" and is meant to hon- or the people Cerchio describes as "everyday heroes." The idea came home to him recently when his crew and a paramedic who were fishing nearby saved the life of a pas- senger who has passed out after choking on a hot dog. 'q'here are heroes amongst us," Cerehio said. 'rI recognized that there are people who are not getting recognized. Let's give [people] the models they need. Let's give them the examples." Cerchio, a captain at Fisherman's Wharf, enlisted the help of Gonzon, owner of the Roadhouse Steak Jointand the Pasta Bowl. Cerchio said Gonzon's reaction was 'rl want to give back to the community. Show me how." The picture at left shows the first people honored by the program, which the founders hope to continue to do on a reg- nlar basis. Shown are (l-r) Mate Kelvin Miller, Cerchio and paramedic Donald Kennard. Kennard and Miller, who re- .ceived restaurant gift certificates, were instrumental in help- ing the choking woman regain consciousness and recover when she was fishing on Thursday, July 6. i LEWES PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH I Believing00growing, [ ana snarlna I thee love o!00C!"riist i I KEN OSSIE HOWARD DAVIS TO "Captures your mind, )'our heart and your )ul." --I)R. TFff) BAEIIR..41l'Vll::tirt/ll)l; ".tcks an emotional wallop!" PRI tN FFI.I.O'WSttll t MI NI$J'RI I Wodd Wide Pictures anO Midway Assembly of God present the dramatic film A Vow To Cherish, Sunday, July 30 at 6:30 p.m. at Midway Assembly of God, Route 1 and Postal Lane Midway between Lewes and Rehoboth Beach. For more information, please call the church office at 645-9643.