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Obituaries Nancy Lyon Greene, formerly of Wilmington Nancy Lyon Greene, 86, of Lewes and formerly of Wilming- ton, died Monday, Sept. 2, 2002, at Green Valley Terrace in Mills- bore. Services and burial were pri- vate. Arrangements by the Wat- son Funeral Home, Millsboro. Frances Irene Kuntz, formerly of Florida Frances Irene Kuntz, 86, of Lewes, died Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2002, in.Beebe Medical Center, Lewes. Mrs. Kuntz enjoyed playing golf when she lived in Nokomis, Fla. She moved to Lewes in 1997. She is survived by her husband of 53 years, Edward S. Kuntz; two daughters, Marianne Furman of Rehoboth Beach and Lorraine M. Cintron of Succasoona, N.J.; six grandchildren, William E. Fur- man, Michael R. Furman, Candee M. Cintron, Scott M. Furman, Leigh-Ann Zerden and J, Todd Cintron; and five geat-grandchii- dren. Funeral services and burial were private. The family suggests contributions to the Tunnell Can- cerCenter, Lewes, DE19958. Cristina E. Laurenzi, Riverhouse server Cristina E. Landon Laurenzi, 21, of Millsboro, died Satm'day, Aug. 30, 2002 from injuries sus- tained in an auto accident. Mrs. Laurenzi was born in Lewes, the daughter of Keith B. and Cristiana Sancbez Landon of Milton. She worked as a server at the Riverhouse in Oak Orchard. In addition to her parents, she is survived by her husband of four years, Paul A. Laurenzi; a brother, Michael R. Landon of Milford; a paternal grandfather, John T. Lan- don of Milford; and her maternal grandparents, Marie D. Silvestri of Lewes and Pedro Sanchez of Milton, Funeral services were held in the Chapel of Short Funeral. Ser- vices with burial in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Milton. Marguerite M. Reardon, nurse practitioner Marguerite M. "Mig" Reardon (Kahaniak), 59, passed away on Tuesday Sept. 3, 2002, at her home in Lewes surrounded by her family. Born in Wilmington, on July 1, 1943, she graduated from Ursu- line Academy in 1961 and St. Agnes Hospi- tal School of Nursing in Bal- timore, Md. in 1964. After graduation, she worked as a nurse at Wilm- ington Medical Center and lat- er at Brandy- REARDON wine Raceway. A lifelong beach lover, she and husband, Bill, settled in Lewes in 1971 where they raised four chil- dren. After a ten-year break, she returned to work in 1982 as a part- time nurse for the Children's Beach House in Lewes. In 1985, she became an emergency room nurse at Beebe Medical Center, where she worked until she retired in 2001. During her tenure at Beebe, she took on many leader- ship roles, helping create a stan- dardized rape kit for the State of Delaware and serving as a precep- tor for Beebe School of Nursing students But it was her 1989 battle against breast cancer and her pur- suit of higher education after- wards that truly inspired her pa- tients, co-workers, family and friends. In 1995, 31 years after be- coming a nurse and only six years after beating her breast cancer di- agnoms, she earned her bachelors degree in nursing from Wilming- ton College. She continued her ed- ucation and graduated from Wilm- ington College with honors as a nurse practitioner in 2001. She was a member of the Sigma Theta .It Savory Salads' Wraps, Chips & Fresh Salsa Pastries, Cakes, Pies Catering Services Available 4307 Highway One, Rehoboth 226-2037 Tau International Honor society in Nursing and belonged to several professional associations includ- ing the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, the American Nurses Association, and the Delaware Nurses Association. She had been working at Milton Fami- ly Practice as a nurse practitioner until her diagnosis of pancreatic cancer in May 2002. Mrs. Reardon was also an ac- complished watercolor artist. She was known for her paintings of beaches, lighthouses and historic homes in the Lewes area. One of her favorite projects was a mural she painted for the Shields Ele- mentary School in Lewes. She al- so illustrated a coloring book to raise funds for the Children's Beach House. She is survived by her husband of 36 years, William P. Reardon; her four children: William P. Rear- don Jr., Elizabeth Gellene, Mar- guerite A. Reardon, and Amy Reard0n; her son-in-law Matthew Gellene; her two grandchildren John and Rosemary Gellene; and cousin Jane G. Govatos. A Memorial Mass will be of- fered on Saturday, Sept. 7 at I1 a.m. at St. Jude's Catholic Church, Rt. I and Five Points, Lewes. Friends may call from 7-9 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 6 at the Atkins- Lodge Chapel of Parsell Funeral Homes & Crematorium, 1449 Kings Highway, Lewes. Please omit flowers. Contribu- Continued on page 38 CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Sept. 6 - Sept. 12, 2002 - 37 Hip-Hop Quality Design & Installation For Kitchens & Baths Showroom at "  .,-- a'Ja aaa_ Rt. 24, just off I i' i ! [ Ol'l"UUO Rt. 1 at Family [ 25 Years Dollar Mall,=, =[]:*:  Experience A, RICHARD BARROS, ESQ, ONLY REPRESENTS INJURED CLIENTS. 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