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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 13 - September 19,1996 - 47 Herring Creek Builders:plan open house at new Lewes office Herring Creek Builders, Inc. will celebrate the opening of their new office and model home with an open house from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 12. Ron and Tricia Ritthaler, own- ers of Herring Creek Builders, have recently moved their office from Ocean View to the new model home located at 471 High- way One, Lewes, opposite Red Mill Pond. They invite everyone to come out for the open house and enjoy some food and drink while visit- ing the spacious and comfortably furnished 1,760 square foot mod- el. Ron Ritthaler, founder of Her- ring Creek Builders, has been in- volved with home construction for over 30 years and has built more than 200 quality homes in Delaware since 1978. His person- al attention to detail, coupled with his one-on-one approach, has earned him the reputation of being a man of integrity who is dedicat- ed to building the best constructed homes in the area. All Herring Creek Homes have traditionally included a 10-year structural war- ranty. Additionally, Herring Creek Builders has constructed numer- ous professional buildings and of- rices, funeral homes and addi- Tricia and Ron Ritthaler stand in front of their new office/model home of Herring Creek Builders, now located at 471 Highway One, Lewes, across from Red Mill Pond. An open house is set for 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 12. tions. Ritthaler sets high stan- dards for his experienced staff of highly trained professionals. Pat Diltz, the construction coordinator and architectural draftsman, has been with Herring Creek for over 11 years and teaches his skills part time at Delaware Tech. Superin- tendent Steve Miller has been with the company for over four years and is a hands-on, Droactive place in the hostess gift section of Carlton's Ladies Deck. Parsells set open house at new Clarksville Chapel S. Keith Parsell and his wife Andrea have announced the open- ing of their new Clarksville construction expert. The newest addition to the office staff is Shirley Fosnocht, a sales associ- ate. Ritthaler's dedication to a quali- ty product is obvious when he re- lates his philosophy: "Whether the home I am building is a small re- tirement residence or a large mul- ti-level oceanfront custom home, the same deree of structural in- i Chapel on Rt. 26, Clarksville, with an open house set for 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 29. The public is invited to view the facili- ties and meet members of the staff. The chapel represents the third location for the Parsell Funeral Homes & Crematorium which has tegrity goes into each of our homes." Tricia Ritthaler works with her husband at the new office and model, serving as both secre- tary and bookkeeper. The new model home and office is now open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday. The new Herring Creek Builders Lewes phone number is 644-2007. branches in Lewes and George- town. Parsell Funeral Homes & Crematorium have serviced the lower shore area since as early as 1865 from its Dodd-Carey Chapel in Georgetown and since 1895 at its Atkins-Lodge Chapel in Lewes. The Clarksville Chapel Continued on page 48 Business After Hours set Sept. 19 at Adriatico The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce will hold Business After Hours from 5 to 7 p.m., on Thursday, Sept. 19, at Adriatico Ristorante on North First Street in Rehoboth Beach. All business people are in- vited to attend. Cadton's plans Sept. 14 tasting Carlton's of Rehoboth Beach invites the public to a tasting from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 14. Carlton's will feature a sam- pling of their gourmet foods - Rabbit Creek muffins, breads and brownies baked in flower pots. There is also a variety of Rabbit Creek dips, and instant cappucci- no and other hot drinks will be available. A selection of pre- serves and relishes from The En- lightened Gourmet can be sam- pled as well. The tasting will take Accounting TAXES TOO HIGH? STARTING, BUYING OR SELLING A BUSINESS? Let us answer your questions. CALl, 645-5558 Beautiful 3 bedroom, 3 bath end unit in Spring Lake. Sold mostly furnished, new electrical fixtures throughout, ceram- ic tile, ceiling fans - A must see! Easy to show. Listing #5527J. S169,000. Hostess: Amy Schrader Call 227-3883 Foraker & Company, P.&. Independent Public Accountants .j MILTON TASTEE FREEZE Turnkey operation! Located in His- toric Milton on heavily traveled Rt. 16, this well maintained restaurant is being offered at $175,000 and includes equipment, building, busi- ness and a 3 lot parcel. 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