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Cape Gazette NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6- MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. 2013 29 Obituaries )) Continued from page 28 brothers Bernard (Ben) and Francis (Frank); and sisters, Margaret Richardson, Rita Sz- pakowski and Eleanor Giffms. He is survived by his brothers John (Jack) and Thomas (Tom) and sister Mary (May) Straley; daughters, Pat Lawton and her husband John of Frederick, Md., Peggy Gaestel and her husband Dave of Milton, Bridget Dalsey of Ellendale, Mary Davis of Me- chanicsville, Md., Susan Hack and her husband John of Olney, Md., and Kathi Donnelly and her husband Shaun of La Plata, Md.; sons, Jerry Dalsey and his wife Brenda of Waldorf, and Ted Dalsey and his wife Crystal of Oceanside, Calif. He is also sur- vived by 21 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. Visitation will be held at St. Joseph's Church, Pomfret, Md. from 5 until 6 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 7. A funeral Mass offici- ated by Father Mark Smith will follow at 6 p.m.; immediately following the Mass there will be a reception held in the church reception hall. Interment will be at Chel- tenham Veteran's Cemetery, Cheltenham, Md. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in her name may be made to Delaware Hospice Center, 100 Patriots Way, Mil- ford, DE 19963. Edwin Edison, sporting goods rep Edwin Edison, 82, of Lewes, passed away Monday, Sept. 2, 2013, at the Delaware Hospice Center, Milford. He was born in Joplin, Mo., Feb. 18, 1931, son of the late Joseph Earl Edison and Grace Lauriat Edison. Mr. Edison was raised in Kansas City, Mo., the young- est of three children, and he graduated from Paseo High School in Kansas City in 1948. Inhis early years, he worked for TWA and the Edwin Edison Rock Island railroad, and then spent many years working with his father as manufactur- er's reps in sporting goods. He retired in 1995 as a school bus driver for the Montgomery County, Md. school system. Mr. Edison loved to tinker and f'LX things, and you could usually find him with various tools in his shirt pocket so that he would be ready at a moment's notice to fix something. He served his country with the U.S. Air Force during the Korean Conflict where he was a radar operator based in Iapan. He was a mem- ber of Post 28, American Legion in Millsboro. Playing bridge, pinochle, and hearts and watch- ing old movies were his favorite pastimes, and he enjoyed being around children. He is survived by his wife of 40 years, Carole; and four neph- ews, Steve, David, Allen and Galen Guhr of Kansas City and Garden City, Kan. Memorial services will be held Thursday, Sept. 12, at 11 a.m., at ParseU Funeral Homes and Cre- matorium, Atkins-Lodge Chapel, 16961 Kings Highway, Lewes. En- tombment will be private at the Delaware Veterans Cemetery, Millsboro. Please omit flowers. Contri- butions may be made to the Children's Beach House, 1800 Bay Ave., Lewes, DE 19958. Luke A. Benson, enjoyed poetry, music Luke A. Benson, 33, of Re- hoboth Beach, died Friday, Aug. 30, 2013. He wag born in Wash- ington, D.C. Dec. 30, 1979, son of Bruce O. Ben- son and Isabel M. Flanagan Benson of Re- hoboth Beach. Luke en- joyed fishing, biking, skate- boarding, surfing, writ- Luke Benson - ing, reading and especially poetry and listening to music. In addition to his parents,  Luke is survived by two broth- To Honor and Remember Those September 14% 2013 10am- lpm Raindate: September 15 th Medical Arts Building, Route 24 Seeded Butterfly Cutouts: 10 Release Your Own Butterfly: s30 in advance if40 at the event, limited quantity available) For More Information or to Purchase online: A g U TT E R FLY R E L A S E WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR OUR SPONSORS: WBOC 16 R Jlm f PROCEED,8 BENEF1T: , Giant" plazette TIDEWATER ENVIRONMENTAL SER1CES. INC ers, Adam T. Benson and Colin Herbert Benson, both of the San Francisco Bay area of Califor- nia; his sister Leah Crossman of Rehoboth Beach; his paternal grandmother Maria T. Benson of Rehoboth Beach; two nephews, Atlan Benson Crossman and Levi Bruce Crossman; a niece, Amelia Christabel Crossman; the "aunts" and many other lov- ing relatives; and a very special friend, Sara Woods of Rehoboth Beach. Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Thursday, Sept. 5, at St. Edmond Catholic Church, 409 King Charles Ave., Rehoboth Beach. Memorial contributions may be made to Epworth United Methodist Church Skate Park, 19285 Holland Glade Road, Re- hoboth Beach, DE 19971. 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