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t]~ ll~I[ I~ it[!t 10 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 - THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2015 CAPE LIFE Cape Gazette Obituaries )> Carol McCue Conway, Beebe employee Carol McCue Conway worked for Beebe Healthcare in Medical Records for 17 years. She was 66 years old, formerly of Mahopac, N.Y., and residing currently in Harbeson. She was a devoted mother of four, and was a beloved sis- ter, daughter, grandmother and great- grandmother. She was born March 13,1949, to the late Carol Conway Gordon and Lois Maxfleld. Taken too soon after a battle with ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease) Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2015, she was surrounded by loved ones. She loved spending time with family and shopping with her granddaughter. She was an avid reader. Carol is survived by her 91-year-old mother; her sons: Shawn McCue and his wife Dawn, whom she lived with, and Brian and his wife Rebecca, Kyle and Christopher Conway. Also granddaughters: Lucille McCue and Jessica Donovan; grandsons: Carter and Owen McCue; and great-grandson: Marqus Dono- van; a sister: Leslie Maxfield; a brother: Gordon Maxfield; a nephew: ]oseph Cloughly, and a sister and brother-in-law Janice and Bill Cloughly, along with many cousins and friends. She was preceded by the love of her life, Edward J. McCue, whom she will be with forever in her eternal life. A viewing was held at Watson Funeral Home, 211 S. Washington St. Millsboro, Monday, Sept. 14. Interment is private in New York with the family only. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions to: The ALS Foundation for Life, P.O. Box 96, Natick, MA 01760, or to Vitas Healthcare, 20773 Pro- fessional Park Blvd., Suite 200, Georgetown, DE 19947. Anna Mary Kansak, dedicated educator Anna Mary "Ann" Kansak (Glackin), 84, passed away peace- fully at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015, in Glen Arm, Md. Ann was born June 6, 1931, in Coatsville, Pa., the eldest child of George Bartol Glackin and Naomi Glackin (Mattson). She graduated from Wilming- ton High School in 1949. Later, she went on to earn her degree in elementary education from Salis- bury State College. She married the late Alexander (Butch) Kan- sak II of New Castle, in 1951. Ann and Al went on to have four chil- dren, Alexander (Butch) Kansak III of George- town, Stephen Kansak of Glen Arm, Geor- gann Knopf of Georgetown, and Susan Montgomery of Austin, Tex- as. Anna Kansak After resid- ing in the New Castle, area the family moved to Ocean View. Both Ann and Al taught for many years in the Indian River School District. Ann taught at Lord Baltimore Elementary School until her retirement in 1994. Even after retirement Ann remained part of the school district as a substitute and mentor. She is remembered fondly by students from through- out her career. Ann was an avid reader and en- joyed nothing more than sitting on the beach with a good book. She loved traveling with her daughter and granddaughters, going on many road trips. Ann is preceded in death by both her father and mother, along with her husband Al. She leaves behind four children and their spouses, Butch and Terry Kansak, Steve and Mimi Kan- sak, Georgann and Brian Knopf, and Sue and Bill Montgomery; three siblings, George (Buddy) Glackin Jr., Rebecca (Becky) Sharp and John Glackin also her grandchildren, Christopher Kansak, Matthew Kansak, A1- exander Kansak IV, Julia Knopf, ]anine Knopf, Catherine Anna Kansak, Austin Montgomery and Ethan Montgomery, along with two great-grandchildren, Sophia Kansak and ]eremy Kansak. Ann is remembered fondly as a sister, mother, grandmother, friend and teacher to many. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 16, at Watson Funeral Home, 211 S. Washington St., Millsboro, where friends may visit after noon. 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