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14 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6- THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2011 CAPE LIFE Cape Gazette Obituaries )) Continued from page 13 Celeste D0rey Jones and Paul B. Dorey Jr.; great-grandchildren, the eldest being Lawrence Tyler Houseman Jr. and a great-great- grandchild, Tyler's daughter, Alexis Houseman. Friends may call from 1 to 2 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 6, at Watson Funeral Home, 211 S. Washington St., Millsboro. A graveside serv- ice will follow at 2:30 p.m. at St. John's United Methodist Church Cemetery, Gravel Hill Road, Georgetown. The Dorey family extends a special thank you to the Mills- boro ambulance crew for their outstanding care given during our time of need. In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations to Zoar Unit- ed Methodist Church, C/O Carisa Pepper, 24491 Gravel Hill Road, Millsboro, DE 1994Z Doris Ann Miller Fox, active in church Doris Ann Miller Fox, 68, of Georgetown, went home to be with Jesus Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2011. Doris was born Dec. 29, 1942, in Milford to Burton Miller and Lucy Revel Miller. She is sur- vived by her husband of 50 years, Rolmie Fox, as well as her three children, Dorie Nichols and spouse Bobby with grandsons Matt and Steve and great-grand- son Rhyley; Burt Fox and spouse Patti with granddaughter Can- dace; Becky Herbst and spouse Lee with grandson Michael; brother, Reginald Miller and sis- ter Joan McBroom; as well as many loving nieces, nephews, cousins and faithful friends. Doris dedicated her life to oth- ers. Through her encouraging words, beautiful Crafts and culi- nary delights, she reflected God's love to anyone whose life brushed up against hers. She was very involved at Cen- tral Worship Center in Laurel, formerly known as Epworth Fel- lowship Church. She led the women's group, abundantly shared her craft and food creations, and ministered to shut-ins. A funeral service was held Sunday, Sept. 4, at Watson Funer- al Home, Millsboro. Burial was at the Millsboro Cemetery. The Rev. David Lan- ders officiated. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial gifts to sup- port the research of FLT 3 Leukemia. Checks can be made payable tO Johns Hopkins Medi- cine and mailed to The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, 100 North Chartes St., Suite 234, Baltimore, MD 21201. William Seaton IV, -poultry worker William Seaton IV, 35, of Bridgeville, was found deceased Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2011. in Lau- rel. He was born April 1,1976, son of William Seaton III of Jackson, Miss., and Carolyn Austin Seaton of Bridgeville. Mr. Seaton worked as a line leader in the poultry industry at Mountaire Farms for the past four years. Mr. Seaton loved to dance, en- joyed playing video games, was talented at art, especially draw, ing, and thoroughly enjoyed his job. If you ever met him you would never forget him and his infectious laugh. In addition to his parents, he is survived by his brothers, Matthew and Javon Seaton of Bridgeville; sister Nicolette Seaton Perkins of Amityville, N.Y.; half sister and half brother Charmae and Wesley Drake of Virginia; his maternal grandfa- ther, Herbert Allen of Edwards, Miss., his maternal grandmother Rosa Pollack; a nephew, Milo Perkins of Amityville; a cousin, Shantina Johnson of Jackson, Miss.; two aunts, Christine Pol- lack of Clementon, N.J., and Peg- gy Johnson of Jackson, Miss.; two uncles, Michael Pollack of Clementon, N.J., and Victor 2011 TOURS Oct, 20-22 -- "Tara Plantation"- Three day trip into the past. The plantation is inspired by the movie "Gone with the Wind." Drake Well museum, then onto Cambridge Springs, Ye olde Castle Riverside, and Much More. Shop at the "Winner," the largest and most reasonable priced clothing & shoe store. Bus, hotels, breakfast & dinner daily, all attractions. $445,00 Nov. 7.11 - Playtime at the Pinegrove Dude, Ranch. Saddle up, pack your bags and join us for a great time, Breakfast, lunch and din- nor daily. All day long activities. Bloody Mary's at lunch time. cocktails I nightly before dinner. With hot & cold Hors D'oeuvres. Games galore, Bingo, Arts & Crafts, Bocci Ball, Marshmallow roast, Hayrides, Horse back riding. Entertainment. Music & dancing. $425.00 Dec. 1-2 -- Fun, fun, fun at the Cowboy Opry. You'll be dazzled by musician instrumentalist and vocalist performing country, patriotic, gospel and hilarious comedy. Day 2 after breakfast we will have a step on guide take us for a tour of the area of Mercersville. PA. Lunch is i included on this trip. Bus, Hotel, Show. Dinner. Breakfast. Tour & Lunch. $235.00 Seaton of Jack- son; and a host of extended family mem- bers. Memorial services will be held at 1 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 10, at William Seaton IV Parsell Funeral Homes & Cre- matorium, Hardesty Chapel, 202 Laws St., Bridgeville, where friends may call beginning at 11 a.m. Burial will be private. Please omit flowers. Contributions are suggested to Delaware State Po- lice Victims Services, Attn: William Seaton Memorial, PO Box 430, Dover, DE 19901. Thelma Mac Hiemstra, religious activist Thelma Mae Ferrier Hiemstra, 91, died Tuesday, Aug. 23, at Beebe Medical Center after a brief illness. She was born April 7, 1920, in Wilmington to Leonard Staton Ferrier and Bertha Mae Reed Thank you, Sussex County! DISCOVER BANK 502 East Market Street Greenwood, DE 19950 Local: 1-302-3494512 Toll-free: 1-888.765-6654 MyDiscoverBank.om Ferrier and was descended from early Scots Presbyterian and English settlers of Delmarva. She wag salutatorian of the first grad- uating class at ES. DuPont High School in Wilmington, in January 1938. In 1942 she married William L. Hiemstra and together they rived in Milton, Fla., Water Valley, Miss., Paterson and Hawthorne, N.J., and Grand Rapids, Mich., before moving to Lewes in 1980. A gifted teacher, editor, and leader in Reformed and Presby- terian churches, she was the na- tional chair of a gtudy group on the Role of Women in the Church for the General Synod of the Reformed Church in Ameri- ca and was instrumental in bringing about the ordination of women in that denomination. She was active in the Lewes Presbyterian Church as teacher, elder, and newsletter editor. She was a member of the committee that organized the Lewes-Re- hoboth Association of Churches and served as its first president. She was a member of the Lewes Historical Society and an avid student of the history of tea. Preceded in death by her hus- band of 62 years, the Rev. Dr. William Louis Hiemstra, she is survived by her three children, Lois Ann Hiemstra McKim and David of Charlottesville, Va., Paul Hiemstra and Lawrence Earle of Annapolis, Md., and Marc and Stella terHart Hiemstra of Bob- caygeon, Ontario; her six grand- children, Rachel Hiemstra Dierolf and Frederick of Ottawa, Ontario, Jessica Hiemstra Van- derHorst and Greg of Sierra Leone, Ann McKim Fievet and Charles of Cambridge, Mass., Joshua and Teema Hiemstra of Hamilton, Ontario, Sarah MeKim of Kabul, Afghanistan, and Jason McKim of New York City; and two great-grandchildren, Yan- nick and Hedda Dierolf. A memorial service was held Saturday, Sept. 3, at the Lewes Presbyterian Church. A private service of interment was also held at the church. Arrange- ments by Parsell Funeral Homes & Crematorium, Lewes. Contributions in her memory may be made to the Lewes-Re- hOboth Association of Churches, 34686 Jiffy Way, Lewes, DE 19958. 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