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36 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 26 - October 2, 1997 Obituaries Continued from page 35 woman elder at Lewes Presbyter- ian Church, past president of Beebe Medical Center Auxiliary, a member of Unity Chapter 16, Order of the Eastern Star, a mem- ber of the Lewes Historical Soci- ety, and Henlopen Grange. She was preceded in death by her hus- band, George, in December of last year. She is survived by a daughter, Betty Chappell, with whom she lived and a brother, Robert Hast- ings of Milton. Services were held at Lewes Presbyterian Church with burial private. Contributions are sug- gested to the Memorial Fund at Lewes Presbyterian Church in Memory of Elizabeth O. Chap- pell, c/o Lewes Presbyterian Church, P.O. Box 612, Lewes, DE 19958. Herbert Clayton Folke, business founder Herbert Clayton Folke, age 70, of Georgetown, died Saturday, Sept. 20, 1997, of heart failure at home. Mr. Folke founded Sandy Hill Greenhouses in Georgetown more than 20 years ago. He was an ac- tive member of Eagle's Nest Fel- lowship Church, and since joining the church, became a poet, writing several religious verses daily. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army and a member of the Tuskegee Airmen, First State Chapter. He is survived by his wife of 39 years, Kathryn Messick Folke; a daughter, Kit Haxton of George- town; a son, Mark, of George- town; a stepson, Alan S. Krest of Salisbury, Md.; two brothers, Lowell Folke of Milford, and Ronald Folke of Georgetown; and eight great grandchildren. Services were held in the chapel of Eagle's Nest Fellowship Church, with burial in Henlopen Memorial Park in Milton. Contributions are suggested to Eagle's Nest Fellowship Church Building Fund, Route 16, Milton, DE 19968 or Tuskegee Airmen Scholarship Fund, First State Chapter, c/o Walter Evans, 138 Turner Drive, Dover, DE 19904. Catherine E. Kuhns Elks waitress Catherine E. Kuhns, age 67, of Rehoboth, and formerly of Lan- caster, Pa., died Saturday, Sept. 20, 1997, of cancer, at home. She was a waitress at the Elks Club of Lancaster for 20 years, and later worked at Rehoboth VFW Post 7447 where she was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary. She is survived by her husband, Robert A.; four sons, Robert Sny- der and Harry Marion, both of Lancaster, Wayne Snyder of Philadelphia and Frank Marion of Mt. Joy, Pa.; two daughters, Don- na Marie Marion of Lancaster and Barbara Snyder of Walkersville, Md.; a brother, James O'Neill of Lancaster; and two sisters, Mary Benner of Lancaster, and Santa Mattern of Long Neck; six grand- children and eight great-grand- children. Services were held in the chapel of Melson Funeral Home, Long Neck, with burial private. Contributions are suggested to The Memorial Fund for Catherine E. Kuhns, c/o VFW Post 7447, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971. Beatrix P. Duggan, Rehoboth homemaker Beatrix P. Duggan, age 81, of Rehoboth Beach and formerly of Sudlersville, Md., died Thursday, Sept. 18, 1997, of heart failure in Caroline Nursing Homo, Denton, Md. Mrs. Duggan was a homemaker who moved to Sudlersville during the mid-1940s. She was preceded in death by her husband, F. Patrick, in 1972. Mrs. Duggan is survived by three daughters, BeaU'ix P. "Pad- dy" Richards of Denton, Md., Di- ane Phillips Duggan of Cherry Hill, N.J., and Dorothy Roberts Duggan of Rehobotb Beach; and six grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 27, at St. Andrew's Episcopal Chapel, South Church and Maple Av- enues, Sudlersville, Md., with pri- vate burial. Contributions are suggested to Camp Wright, 400 Camp Wright Road, Stevensville, Md., 21666. Arrangements by Moore Funer- al Home, P.A., Denton, Md. Anna N. Gobas, owned Rehoboth eatery Anna N. Gobas, of Rehoboth Beach, died Thursday, Sept. 18, 1997, of respiratory failure at Mil- ford Memorial Hospital. Ms. Gobas was born in Fern- wood, Pa., but spent her childhood in Thessaloniki, Greece. After World War II, she returned to the United States. Her only relative, an uncle, George Gobas, operated George's Lunch & French Fried Potatoes on Rehoboth Avenue. Upon his death, Ms. Gobas inher- ited the business. She resided in both Woodside, N.Y., and in Re- hoboth Beach, with her sister, He- len. She was an artist who enjoyed painting and handicrafts. She was a member of St. George's Greek Orthodox Church. She is survived by her sister, Helen Papantinas of Rehoboth Beach; and two nephews, Nicholas and Alexander Papanti- nas, both of Rehoboth Beach. Services were held at St. George's Greek Orthodox Church, Ocean City, Md., with burial in Epworth Methodist Cemetery, Rehoboth Beach. Con- tributions are suggested to St. George's Greek Orthodox Church, Ocean Highway, Ocean City, MD 21842. Jerry Lynn Cubbage Sr. Army veteran Jerry Lynn Cubbage Sr., age 50, of Selbyville, died Wednesday, Sept. 17, 1997, after hanging him- self at home. Mr. Cubbage was a veteran of the U.S. Army. He is survived by his wife, Crystal Lynn Cubbage; a son, Jerry L. Jr. of Selbyville; a daughter, Lisa M. Cubbage of Sel- byville; his father, William J. Cubbage of Milford; his mother Kathleen S. Cherrix of Dover; a brother, Barry Dodd of George- town; and two sisters, Josephine Thompson of Dover and Siggy Millman of Milton. Service and burial were private. Christopher Salamonczyk, sales representative Christopher Salamonczyk, age 39, of Millsboro, died Thursday, Sept. 18, 1997, of complications of a stroke at Beebe Medical Cen- ter. Mr. Salamonczyk was an ad- vertising sales representative for Dominion Advertising Co. of Vir- ginia. He is survived by a son, Arthur, stationed at Fort Stewart, Fla.; his father Jan Salamonczyk of Poland; his mother and stepfather, Zofia J. 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