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4- tPtl Gmmtlm CAPE LIFE TUESDAY, AUGUST 5 - THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 2008 117 Obituaries )) Susan Elizabeth Scott, retired mill worker Susan Elizabeth Scott, 88, of Milford, died Saturday, Aug. 2, 2008, at The Milford Center. She was born in Harrington, daughter of the late Clarence and Martha (Otwell) Draper. She worked at the Mulholland Spoon Mill Milford, for 30 years before retiring in 1970. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Leroy Scott, in 1991; four brothers, Clyde Draper, Lee Draper, Buster Draper and Ken- neth Draper;, and two sisters, An- na Mae Shields and Grace Dono- van. She is survived by two sons and daughters-in-law, Ronald Scott Sr. and his wife D. Carol, and John C. Scott and his wife Vh-ginla, all of Milford; two sis- ters, Hazel Price, of Easton, Md., and Margaret Hayes of Milford; six grandchildren, Major Ronald Smith Jr. of Dover, Christopher M. Scott of Felton, Mary C. Scott of Milford, Wayne Scott of GreenVille, N.C., Brian Scott of Lewes and Andrew Scott of Wilmington; and 12 great-grand- children. Graveside services will be held at 10-.30 am., Tuesday, Aug. 5, at Milford Community Cemetery, North Walnut Street. Arrange- ments by Lofland Funeral Home, Milford. Emma Lee Clayton, Cambridge centenarian Emma Lee Henry Clayton, 103, of Cambridge, Md., passed away Sunday, July 20, 2008, at the Mal- lard Bay Care Center. She was born Oct. 28,1904 ,and was a daughter of the late Howard and Ada Meredith Wil- son. Mrs. Clayton graduated from Cambridge High School in 1920 and was first married to Edwin M. Henry in 1926. Mr. Henry passed away Nov. 5,1959. She was later married to EUison IL Clay- ton in 1970. Mr. Clayton passed away Jan. 25,1986. As a young woman, she worked at Herbert Heam Hard- ware in Cambridge and later as a clerk to the Dorchester County Commissioners for 25 years, re- tiring at age 65. Mrs. Clayton was a member of Grace United Methodist Church for many years. She was an avid bridge player and had been a member of the Cambridge Women's Club, Cambridge Yacht Club and the Dorchester Hospital Auxiliary. She was very commtmity orient- ed and was well known for her elegance and grace. Mrs. Clayton had been a resident at the Mal- lard Bay Care Center for the past five years, where she passed away Sunday evening. In addition to her husbands, she was preceded in death by two sisters, Mary LeCompte and Laura Reynolds. She is survived by two sons, Edwin M. Henry Jr. and his wife Barbara Henry of Lewes; a step- daughter, Geraldine Clayton Creighton and her husband Don- ald of Salisbury, Md.; two grand- daughters, Barbara Jo Pion and her husband Edward of East New Market, Md., Kim Meris Reitz and her husband Richard of West Friendship, Md4 two stepgrand- children, Brian EUison Mills and Shannon Rose Mills; four great- grandchildren, Stephen E. Pion, Emily C. Pion, Katie Meredith Reitz and Christopher A. Reitz; a step great-grandson, Michael E. Pion and his wife Addy Pion of Enola, Pa.; and one niece, Bar- bara Reiss and her husband James of Vh'ginia Beach, Va A funeral service was held at STRONG CD rate with an even stronger GUARANTEE. Looking for a secure place to grow your money? Get a guaranteed yield with a fixed rate CD from State Farm Bank." For information, call me today. Jeanine 0'Oonnell, State Farm Agent 32191 Nassau Rd. Unit 4, Lewes, DE 19958 Bus: (302) lYI4-FARM Toll Free: 877-644-FARM www.lewesinsurance.cem Mon-Fri 8:30am - 6pm, Sat 9am-12pm After Hours by Appointment LIKE A GOOD NEIGHBOR, STATE FARM IS THERE." *Annuol Percentoge Yield os of 08/05/08, rotes subiect to chonge wifhoot notice. Minimum bolonce to open on cormt end toin the stotod APY is5500. A penolty moy be imposed for o withdfowd pdo, to mmdly. Cortificotes ootornoticolly renew ot motofity ot the then torrent rote for the some term. Some products ond services not ovoihble in oll orens. PO51 Ol I ILUNOIS" 1/05 Grace United Methodist Church, Cambridge, with interment in Dorchester Memorial Park. Memorial contributions are suggested to Grace United Methodist Church, 501 Race St, Cambridge MD 21613; or to the ELC Endowment, Beebe Medical Foundation, 920 Savannah Road, Lewes DE 19958. Josephine D. Varrassi, retired secretary Josephine D. Varrassi (nee Carrere), 94, of Newark, passed away Thursday, July 31, 2008, at Christiana Hospital. She was born in Little Falls, N.Y, on April 4, 1914, the daugh- ter of the late Joseph and Mari- anne Molina Carrere. She worked all her life as a sec- retary for various companies. Josephine had a unique sense of humor and loved her family, es- peciaUy the little children. She was preceded in death by her husband Nunzio Varrassi, her baby brother, William Car- rere and sisters, Maggie MatinG and Katherine Strunk. 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